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“biggest cinnamon roll ever”

Camp 18 Gift Shop & Restaurant
Ranked #8 of 112 Restaurants in Seaside
Certificate of Excellence
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Good for: Large groups, Families with children
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed February 1, 2014

We stopped for lunch and all had sandwiches, mostly ordinary but tasty. I had heard of their cinnamon rolls and the size so only ordered one with 4 plates. It came and we were all amazed at the size, about 4 X 9 inches and covered with lots of icing. We cut out 4 big pieces and took the rest home. It was a nice treat, warm and lots of cinnamon. The room is full of old time pictures of logging activities, the place build with large logs in log cabin style. Outside is a museum of old relic logging equipment, scattered around the parking lot The gift shop has a nice assortment of souvenirs.

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Thank cgbutler
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

If you like razor clams, you'll love this spot. Great ambiance. Authentic, with a nice logging museum as well.

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Reviewed November 9, 2013

We stopped by Camp 18 for breakfast. I had the Camp 18 Omelet and wife had a waffle with blueberries. Both were prepared and presented in a very good manner. Wife could hardly find her waffle it was covered with some many blueberries. Serve was quick. Décor is quite nice - lot's of old pictures showing the logging history of the area. Interesting use of logging tools for door handles.

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Thank travelsbyrail
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Reviewed October 20, 2013

This roadside restaurant along Highway 26 about an hour west of Portland was the perfect breakfast spot on our way for a day of sightseeing along the Oregon coastline. Other reviews have criticized the attitudes of the hostess and wait staff, and while I could detect some of that, our waitress was very friendly.

The interior is rustic, almost log cabin. Indeed, the restaurant is encircled by an outdoor logging museum, which is worth a gander time permitting. There's a gift shop, and various decor for picture taking outside the restaurant. Parking is plentiful.

The breakfast portions were HUGE and the prices relatively reasonable. Their special is their cinnamon rolls, but beware: one is good for a table of three. The pancakes are delicious and served with both maple and maidenberry syrups. The biscuits and gravy aren't the best I've had (being from North Carolina), but they were good and very filling. Try to score a back window table to view the creek out back along with the birds that fly up to the deck area. After this meal, we didn't need any lunch at all.

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Thank enm007
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Reviewed October 18, 2013

We've stopped a couple of times in the past and have had a so so experience but this must be a new chef or cook!
My friends prawn and chips platter were so over fried it was inedible. The beef stew was a joke where's the beef!! Gravy and overcooked veggies and that was it!!
The logs were in need of dusting and overall a total cleaning of the place.

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Thank Zinger404
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