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Review of Pacific Grind Cafe

Pacific Grind Cafe
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$4 - US$9
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Dining options: Breakfast
Description: Pacific Grind Cafe is a Mom & Pop owned and operated full service Coffee House at the core that has evolved into a full blown toaster bistro with 4 seating areas and Beer & Wine service. A locally focused business year round we offer great home-away-from-home accommodations for travelling and vacationing guests. Focusing on Espresso and coffee house drinks as well as baked goods and made to order yummies all day, we also boast a 30 item full entree lunch menu. Ranging from simple Ham, Turkey or PB&J sandwiches to Hot Reubens and Panini as well as fully composed salads. Comfortable seating for all we welcome children, dogs (on the deck), students, retirees and everyone in between!
Reviewed 6 September 2013

Great coffee, sandwiches, and salads. And they have tasty gluten free bread as well. The service is fast and friendly, and it's very close -- walking distance -- to my favorite place to stay on the coast, The Historic Anchor Inn.

Thank Leslie W
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Reviewed 3 September 2013

Our family went to the cafe for lunch hoping for a decent veggie sandwich. What we got was a very good veggie sandwich! They had several menu options for vegetarians, but we went with the Vegetariano Panini and the Black Jack Vegi. They are both basically the same thing with different bread. This sandwich stands out because they dice up the veggies so the flavors can blend together. They also add thin layers of avocado and cream cheese so you get some extra flavor but not so much that the spread overwhelms the other layers of goodness. Even the multigrain bread was toasted well so the sandwich didn't get soggy while I ate it! We enjoyed our lunch so much we went back the next day and had it again :)

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Thank KLBlythe
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Reviewed 30 July 2013

One of the best mochas I've had, and an awesome panini! Our group had a variety of items off the menu, and no one had a complaint. The staff were all so friendly and helpful, and the prices are fantastic! We wish we could have enjoyed our meal outside, but it was a little too windy. Cannot wait to visit again! I recommend the Thai panini.

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Thank ALatOr5
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Reviewed 5 July 2013 via mobile

Stopped on a whim, saw sign for cafe along Dr 101. A bit secluded in back of a real estate office building, yet a great find.

Friendly service, tasty crab bisque, good half sandwich cup of soup option

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1  Thank Michael F
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Reviewed 7 May 2013

We were at Inn at Spanish Head for the weekend with friends. They are coffee people who really look forward to their AM joe! We walked the beach down to the dock near Mo's. Our normal drink spot didn't open until 9 so we headed back up 101 searching for caffeine.

A local smoking a corn cob pipe told us about Pacific Grind. We were happy to find it. It was a beautiful warm sunny morning so we liked seeing the big deck with seating.

Inside, 2 servers behind the counter immediately greeted us and offered to start a beverage. We looked over the menu. My friends ordered lattes and a breakfast burrito. I got a croissant with cheese and ham, fresh out of the oven. My husband got a large serving of granola with fruit flavored yogurt. We both got water from the self serve jug.

My friends claim their coffee was delicious. My husband was satisfied with his granola. I really enjoyed the croissant. It was warm and flavorful!

The small restaurant is cute with comfy seating. There is a large wooden deck on the south side.

This is a very nice local coffee shop in South Lincoln City.

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1  Thank nkwins
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