Double D On the The Rocks Sports Bar and Grill

460 Beach Blvd
Winchester Bay, 97467
Reviews:
Reuben with extra kraut was amazing. The clam chowder was to die for. The Ortega burger was just ok onion rings are very good.
Stopped by for dinner after a day of driving back from our Harney County birding trip. Nothing to write home about. My burger was okay but un-inspired. My wife's Bleu Cheese burger was apparently much better. I was tempted to try the halibut sandwich, but the batter fried part just sounded greasy. After way too many days of road-trip fried potatoes I opted to pay $1.50 more for them to hold the fries and add a cup of chili. Besides being a rip-off, the chili tasted liked canned Hormel's. Stupid choice on my part. Some locals banging away at the video lottery machines along one wall kept giving us the stink-eye. Weirdly, there's a pool table in the bar, but it's covered with a huge plastic tablecloth and is set up for eating. Is this the great local ambience other Yelpers are praising? Draft beer selection was okay, but much more expensive than Walt's in Coos Bay. Walt's also has a much better beer selection. There are TVs in every corner playing sports of some kind. Except for the one directly behind us that was trying hard to fill the entire bar by pumping out loud, tinny Country music from the built-in TV speakers. My head was still pounding hours later. The lone waitress was nice enough, but she assumed we were out-of-town tourists, saying "Enjoy the rest of your stay!" when she brought back the check. Which may be all you need to explain the money/food quotient? Long story short, with tip we shelled out $45 for two for what was probably the worst meal of our entire eastern Oregon trip. No joy there.
This is definitely the bar that the locals frequent and it is for good reason. The staff was friendly and attentive, the food was good, and they have plenty of TV's to watch whatever game is on. The clam strips were my favorite on the Captains Platter. Large pieces of clam with a fairly light batter and fried up super crispy. Also loved the clam chowder, it was thick with big chunks of clam and topped with paprika. I only come down here to do some fishing once in a while but this will be my go to grab a beer and a bite spot when I do.

(541) 271-4242

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Fishpatricks Crabby Cafe

196 Bayfront Loop
Winchester Bay, 97467
Reviews:
On vacation here again - 4 in our group. Service was fast and friendly. Clam chowder was delicious thick with chunks of clams. Fried cod and clams were perfectly crisp. Not a fan of the fries (not crispy crunchy) or cole slaw. Had the calamari strips appetizer - they were bland. The marionberry cobbler ala mode and brownies were good. Food was consistent compared to 3 years ago. I still recommend this place
Great service, Mediocre food. Clam chowder required salt and for $19 bucks expected more than a crab claw on a Crab Louie salad. We will pass on this place next time.
We came in to eat after a beautiful day on the beach. My husbands fish and chips were pretty tasty but the cole slaw had no flavor. The clam chowder was pretty bland and gummy. The beer was cold but the Bloody Mary was lacking. The place was clean but the service was slow.

(541) 271-3474

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Fishpatrick’s Crabby Cafe

196 Bay Front Loop
Winchester Bay, 97467
Reviews:
On vacation here again - 4 in our group. Service was fast and friendly. Clam chowder was delicious thick with chunks of clams. Fried cod and clams were perfectly crisp. Not a fan of the fries (not crispy crunchy) or cole slaw. Had the calamari strips appetizer - they were bland. The marionberry cobbler ala mode and brownies were good. Food was consistent compared to 3 years ago. I still recommend this place
Great service, Mediocre food. Clam chowder required salt and for $19 bucks expected more than a crab claw on a Crab Louie salad. We will pass on this place next time.
We came in to eat after a beautiful day on the beach. My husbands fish and chips were pretty tasty but the cole slaw had no flavor. The clam chowder was pretty bland and gummy. The beer was cold but the Bloody Mary was lacking. The place was clean but the service was slow.

(541) 271-3474

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Griff’s On the Bay Restaurant and Seafood

142 Bay Front Loop
Winchester Bay, 97467
Reviews:
We had been driving along the coast looking for fresh seafood-not fried fish-which is what we found at most places. We came to Griff's and saw the seafood case and knew we found our spot. We had Rockfish last year -which was amazing. This year we had the clam strips-very good with big pieces of clam. The clam strips are also very good with big pieces of clam-not fresh but still good. The Rockfish were not in season-it was J0une 22 and was too early. The cod fish and chips-is lightly breaded and tender. Not what you think of when you hear fish and chips. It came with seasoned French fries were crisp on outside and soft inside and cole slaw was surprisingly light and not loaded down with mayo. The tartar sauce was light with dill and a small amount of dill pickle (which I read about before but didn't think I'd like but LOVE) Service has been good and friendly. The restaurant is decorated appropriately with sea faring items that are handmade by the owner. We will definitely be back!
Loved this place. We were on our way to Bandon beach and stopped for lunch. It was fun looking out at the water. If the weather is nice they have outdoor seating as well. All 4 of our lunches were excellent prawns and scallops for me. The cole slaw is some of the best I have ever had. Wait staff was very friendly.
The cioppino was full of seafood and was one of the best soups I have eaten. The shrimp were lightly breaded and amazing. The fried fish had the same light reading and was good. Will come back here some day.

(541) 271-2512

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Pizza Ray’s & Suzy’s

105 Coho Pt Lp
Winchester Bay, 97467
Reviews:
Pizza Ray's should be called, "Everything -Under-the-Sun Ray's". You can get huge platters of fried chicken, teribly greasy too cheesy pizza, delicious clam chowder, the strangest bread sticks known to man, several kinds of salad and subs. Turkey hunting was on the big screen while I was there, and very large fisherman talked about the day's adventure. Strange place, not recommended for anything other than their clam chowder.

(541) 271-2431

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