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EVOO Cannon Beach Cooking School

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EVOO Cannon Beach Cooking School

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188 S Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR 97110-3043
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Along the Northern Oregon Coast, you will find old-growth forests, pristine beaches, majestic capes and stunning views. Wander in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark as you explore the beach and majestic Haystack Rock. Have lunch in Cannon Beach and browse in the many quaint stores and shops. Pass through a preserved old-growth forest on the way to Ecola state park and hike out to view the sea lions and seabirds.
$128.21 per adult
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diannelg56 wrote a review Aug 2020
Yakima6 contributions8 helpful votes
This was truly a one of a time experience. We were treated with three entrees and a dessert over a three hour span, along with three wine pairings. Our host couple were very engaging, friendly, and funny. We really enjoyed the unusual and complex dishes. Bob the chef was very good about checking in with us often. To be honest, we were overwhelmed with the amount of food in each course. By the third entree, we were so full that it was hard to enjoy it, and we left food on our plates each time. For the dessert, we still powered on, even though we were so full. This was an awesome experience for us. However, there are a few things that could be improved upon. First off, Lenore, Bob’s wife, is very soft spoken. She used a microphone about half the time. When she didn’t use it we could not hear her, as we were placed away from the main seating area. The three hour time span was very long. We could barely move when we finally got up to leave! And $180 per person is quite unrealistic for most people. I understand that there is a lot involved in this, but three entrees? They could do two instead and charge less, and make it two hours or so instead. My final comment is about the center-cut filet in the last entree. The whole dish was divine, but the filet was raw in the center. The chef watched me cut into into it and said, perfect! Um not. I could only eat the outside edges.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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spitfirem2015 wrote a review Feb 2020
Salem, Oregon176 contributions10 helpful votes
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This place was wonderful. Food was amazing definitely need to visit this place. Great place to learn techniques.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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