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Times Theatre & Public House

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Times Theatre & Public House

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133 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138-5803
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Oregon Coast Day Trip: Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock
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Oregon Coast Day Trip: Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock

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Explore the northern coast of Oregon with ease on a full-day tour from Portland. Look for whale sightings from Neahkahnie Point, then check out the shops or beach in Manzanita. Visit an old-growth forest, have time to purchase lunch and explore Cannon Beach, and walk around Haystack Rock and the beach that flanks it. Stop at a historical logging museum on the return drive to Portland.
$100.00 per adult
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Kelly M wrote a review Mar 2020
Portland, Oregon151 contributions18 helpful votes
We stopped in for a beer and received the best service ever at a brewpub! Abigayle was kind enough to let me have a couple of tasters before I ordered my pint (honey orange lager). We also had the pretzel sticks - so good and perfect with a beer. Prices were reasonable and the March Madness tourney was being shown while we were there. Great break from shopping!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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mrslach29 wrote a review Feb 2020
Sumner, Washington2 contributions
We walked by here a few times and didn’t realize that there was an actual restaurant inside of a former movie theatre. We were pleasantly surprised that it was parts movie theatre, there’s a bar area that was sectioned off, and just a good ole’ fashioned restaurant style seating that is very family-friendly! We have a son on the Autism spectrum, and our servers both times (yes, we had lunch two days in a row here) were very kind in their interactions with him (and us). We have two in our family who are gluten-free and they had a great selection of gluten-free options available. I was only able to capture a couple of pictures of food, but we had the chili fries, Swiss burger, and clam chowder (gluten-free AND delicious)! Once the kids were finished with their meal they were able to go upstairs to where the movie theatre seating area is, and my husband and I were able to enjoy the rest of our meal while the kids enjoyed exploring the upstairs section. Highly recommend for families. Will be one of the top restaurants we visit on our next trip back to seaside!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Christine O wrote a review Dec 2019
Washington129 contributions26 helpful votes
This old time theatre has been restored and named Times Theater and Public House. It is part restaurant and part cinema. It was a fun place to visit but does need some upgrades to make it better. Front entrance has a full concession service. Inside the theatre there a dining tables a bar and full service menu. Some of the threatre seats have trays attached to them where you can watch a show and eat. We just had a snack of clam soup and their special beer bread it was very good. They also have their own brewery on the premises. Lot's of beer choices and their own Sisu beer. They show movies or if a game is on they show the game. I would say this is a local favorite.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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David M wrote a review Oct 2019
Portland, Oregon309 contributions161 helpful votes
We were looking forward to a long weekend at the Oregon Coast, starting with a bus ride from Portland to Seaside. We went to the station by taxi and learned along the way that Seaside was the driver's home town. I asked him where the best place was to watch the U of Oregon football game and get something to eat. He immediately recommended the Times Theatre, and launched into a lengthy description of the history and decor of the place. We were sold! That evening we went to the Times Theatre for the game. Comfortable seats. Some folks sat in movie theatre seats with pullout trays. (The place is a repurposed movie house.) We sat at an actual table and were fine for the duration of the the game. The food was good and it was inexpensive. They had a large selection of beers, so every taste could be satisfied. Atmosphere was classic era movie-house-converted-to-brewery-sports-bar, which was fun, and definitely not pretentious. As you would expect in a place like this, the screen was very big and the picture was very sharp. Audio was clear. The staff was excellent. Service was quick, and nobody nagged us to buy more, drink more, or anything like that. Still, when I wanted another beer a server was ready quickly. Very good crowd, for the most part. One table of four overdid the alcohol and got pretty noisy and a little annoying, otherwise people just plain had fun. We especially enjoyed the Oregon alums who stood and sang the Oregon fight song after every Duck touchdown. People came to have a great time and they got what they came for. Not only that, but Oregon won-- Go Ducks!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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WanderfullNancy wrote a review Oct 2019
California89 contributions45 helpful votes
We ended up in Seaside, OR on our way to Seattle. It was off-season, so the restaurant pickings were slim and nothing on Trip Advisors Top 10 appealed, so I kept searching. Glad I did, cuz we had a delicious dinner (I had the Aussie burger), great craft beer and a fun evening watching the Seahawks beat the Rams on the huge theatre screen in this “vintage theatre re-invented.” Was fun to be out with other people doing something different than just having dinner. I wish we had a place like this in my home town!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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