Stopped on way from beach to home got a burger. Reasonably priced and burger and tator tots good. Casual atmosphere and waitresses are very friendly and customer service orientated.
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We stopped here on the way from PDX to Cannon Beach. We were so impressed with the foood and service, we went back 2 days later to eat again. Best patty melt I ever had and the ice tea freshly brewed. I do not understand...More
First things first, this is NOT in Seaside. It's 25 miles inland. We stopped at the Elderberry 5 years ago when we first bought a house in Gearhart. The lunch was stunningly bad... they even managed to make a grilled cheese sandwich w/ tomato soup...More
We typically stop at Camp 18 for breakfast or lunch on the way to or from the coast, but we decided to try the Elderberry Inn on our return from Cannon Beach. It's an older building, but we were greeted warmly and waited on immediately....More
Our family has been going to the Elderberry for MANY years and just made our reservations for the 4th year of staying at the Elderberry while visiting family in the area. The owners, both past and present, have always been accommodating for us. We enjoy...More
In my youth. Elderberry Inn used to be THE place to stop for a meal on the way to the Oregon Coast. Time has not been kind to this restaurant, which is LONG overdue for a major makeover...beginning with the staff! The Food: Nothing special,...More
Have been up and down between PDX and Seaside many times and never stopped here. Now finally have visited this monument to Americana: this piece probably hasn't changed in 60 years. Fabulous burgers and old-fashioned shakes, and great onion rings.
Stopped on the way back from Seaside. Older place with lots of charm. Staff was very warm and friendly. Food was what you would expect if you were visiting your grandmother. Simple and good. Eaten at Camp 18 many times on the way to Seaside...More
We drive often from Hood River to Seaside and always stop at another large restaurant nearby for a meal. Today that restaurant had a long wait so we decided to find something else. We'd never tried this restaurant so decided to try it. This is...More
All in all, a great experience because Camp 18 was closed, again...as is often the case. Eldeberry Inn was open and crowded and I think they may have been slightly understaffed, not expecting the closure of Camp 18. We sat in the lounge and were...More