I really wanted to love this place - I am in Yachats periodically and eat out often when I'm there. The menu is very nice - a mixture of Southern and Northwest cuisines with several vegetarian entrees. The staff is friendly and helpful. The ambiance is fine and location is great in downtown Yachats. I ordered a cup of french onion soup for an app and a stuffed pork chop for my entree. The french onion soup was fairly small - and was presented in a fairly large bowl for the serving size which is unusual for this classic soup. The gruyere on top is normally broiled to crisp it and brown it - this was not done - so the cheese was just melted on top of bread and the onions with broth. The broth was tasty. Overall - OK - but not great. My stuffed pork chop entree sounded better than it was. The stuffing looked like chopped apples and ricotta - it was cold and stuffed inside the warm split chop. The cold stuffing with the warm meat didn't work so well - and looked unappetizing. They also way overdid it with the amount of stuffing. About 1/3 of the amount would be better - regardless of the type of stuffing. The chop was topped with caramelized onions and other sautéed ingredients - but it tasted like they might have added sugar - the total effect was very sweet. I pulled out the stuffing and removed the topping and enjoyed the pork meat by itself which was very nice. There were no veggies, potatoes or rice with this - just a little bit of friend kale or something which I didn't eat. Would be nice for $22 to have a little more variety on the plate. My appetizer and main course arrived at the table at the same time - so some kind of miscommunication between the kitchen and wait staff. Overall it looks like they have a few kinks to work out. I hope they do - we need more options in Yachats and this is a great location.