Strangely lunch at the Cannon Beach Café reminded me of a recent dinner at the Montefiore 7 in Tel Aviv. Both are small spaces, 10-12 tables, and both are in restored small hotels. They have that intimate atmosphere that comes from the combination of quality materials and a careful eye for colors and textures. The Cannon Beach Café had a good sized menu selection supplemented by daily specials that consisted on that Sunday of tomato bisque and three fish main courses. My lunch partner and I both opted for the pulled pork take on a BLT—a house favorite. It was thick slices of pork built up on a grilled cibata roll with fresh tomatoes and endive. Absolutely delicious. Complimented with a feather light slaw with tiny apple slices. The bisque was very good. I finished with a first class espresso—no need for sugar. Service was knowledgeable and attentive. We will be back. Total for two including non-alcohol drinks and tip was $42.
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