We must of had three meals here over the weekend. All were good sized, good tasting and the service was good as well! The new owners have done a great job transitioning a landmark restaurant in the coast range!
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A spontaneous lunch stop with no advance information by 3 retired couples, who had clam chowders, hamburgers, and BLTs, each among the best (and largest) ever. I'd remarked in advance not ordering soups because the bowls are always so small - until Elderberry Inn. The...More
Located half way between Portland and Seaside/Cannon Beach, the Elderberry Inn has resided beside highway 26 for years. New owners have taken over in the past year or so resulting in a solid family run restaurant. The restaurant is clean, comfortable, and the service is...More
Father's day brunch. Although busy, service was prompt and we were served in a very reasonable time frame. Good Menu variety. Food was what was ordered and had good flavor. Multiple staff helped serve with extra water, tea, and etc. I will definitely eat there...More
My husband and I stopped here twice; once on the way to Astoria and once on the way back to Portland. The breakfast was well prepared, generous and tasty. The service was great! We will stop here again.
Great breakfast and really GOOD service! Had biscuits and gravy, was it ever good. Had Buttermilk pancakes and they were fluffy and hot. Also had a bacon burger and it was big and good.
My husband and I were driving to Canon Beach from Portland and stopped here for lunch. We loved it! Very quaint little restaurant with local art on the walls. My husband had a hot turkey sandwich and I had a blt and they were both...More