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TRAVEL

NEWPORT

NEWPORT

BREWING

COMPANY

A dream becomes reality

EAT LIKE A LOCAL

We Take Crab Very

Seriously in Newport

Local Maps, Places to

Dine, Stay, Play and

Shop and much more!


Looking for a sign that it's time to

buy a home on the Oregon Coast?

OCEAN VIEW

ADVANTAGE

Real Estate

541-265-2200

By Appointment Only

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You just found_ it.


Photo by Jeremy Burke


TRAVEL

NEWPORT

A News-Times Publication

@2020 Newport Newspapers LLC.

All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be reproduced.

831 NE Avery Newport OR | NewportNewsTimes.com


CONTENTS

SPECIAL FEATURE! We Take Crab Very Seriously! 11

Uncommon and Mysterious Things 14

Asian-Fusion at Asiatico 14

Investigate Sea Life 14

HISTORIC BAYFRONT

Barge Inn to the Local Scene 17

Stay on the Historic Bayfront 17

Sweeten Your Day 17

Stroll through Nye Beach 20

Wake Up with Ultralife 20

Kick Back at the TapHouse 20

NYE BEACH

Relax with Sandbar & Grill 21

Ride the Concrete Waves 21

Winter Storm Alert 21

SPECIAL FEATURE! Painting the Port! 24

SOUTH BEACH

Play Indoors at Aquarium Village 28

Eat and Drink off The Hook 28

Oregon Coast Aquarium 28

Take a tour of Rogue 29

Hoover’s Pub & Grill 29

Fresh Roasted Coffee & Craft Beer 29

Visit & Cross 32

Feed your Body & Soul 32

Find Fresh and Local Produce 32

DECO DISTRICT

Pop into Uptown Pub 33

Soar to New Heights with a Kite 33

Start your Day off Right 33

SPECIAL FEATURE! What’s in our tidepools! 37

Climb Yaquina Head Lighthouse 40

Access to Agate Beach 40

Szabo’s Steak and Seafood 40

UPTOWN/AGATE BEACH

Settle In at Agate Beach Motel 43

Sea Glass Bistro & Lounge 43

Hunt for Treasures at Agate Beach 43

Photo by Jeremy Burke

COVER SHOT

by Jeremy Burke

SPECIAL FEATURE! Visit the Coast in Style! 44

Places to Stay in Newport 46

Places to Dine in Newport 53

Places to Shop in Newport 57

Tidal Charts 62-63

Map of Newport 60

What’s Fresh and When - Seafood 42

SPECIAL FEATURE! What’s new in brewing! 48


Discover Newport at Sunset


The Coast You Remember

1-800-COAST44

DISCOVERNEWPORT.COM


613 NW 3rd St • Newport • 541-574-8787

OPEN 7 Days A Week at at 11am

www.nanasirishpub.com

Nana’s takes pride in using

locally

Nana’s

sourced

takes pride

meats

in using

and

vegetables

locally sourced

in our

meats

recipes.

such as

Seasonal

100% grass

organic

fed beef

vegetables

from Knee

from Deep our Cattle own Co. Nana’s in Eugene, Innisfree NW

Farm Cod in and Logsden organic are vegetables used in

our from salads, the Willamette soups, sandwiches

Valley.

and pies for much of the year.

Come and enjoy imported and local

beers on tap, Oregon Northwest wines, wines, and and

a great selection of of cocktails. Our Our

Happy Hour is is Monday thru thru Friday

from 3-6pm. Like us us on on Facebook for for

updates on on our our daily daily cocktail specials,

soup of of the the day, day, music music and and more. more.

Check out our live music calendar at

Live www.nanasirishpub.com

music on Saturday nights

from 9-11:30pm

Live Children music welcome on Saturday so bring nights the from whole 9-11:30pm family.

(Minors allowed until 10pm)

Imported beers on tap (Guinness, Harp, Smithwicks and Magners Cider)

Imported beers on tap (Guinness, Harp, Smithwicks and Magners)


Natural Food Cooperative

• Full-line grocery store

• Everyone welcome!

• Organically grown produce

• Hundreds of items in bulk

• Sandwiches, soups, salads &

entrées made fresh weekdays

• Sandwiches, soups &

baked goods weekends

We’re Open

Every Day

Monday-Friday: 8am-7pm

Saturday: 8am-6pm

Sunday: 10am-6pm

Find us on Facebook!

159 S.E. 2 nd St • Newport • 541.265.8285

www.oceanafoods.org

POWER

NEWPORT

1107 N. COAST HWY, NEWPORT

541-265-4601

POWERFORD.COM

POWERDODGE.COM

POWER

CHEVROLET

1422 N. COAST HWY, NEWPORT

541-265-7731

POWERGMOFNEWPORT.COM

Tranquility on

Yaquina Bay

Reserve Now!

Next to the Aquarium and

Marine Science Center

RV Park

Beautifully landscaped bayfront park

Full hookup sites with:

water, sewer, 30+50 amp power, & cable TV.

Sites include

HUGE big rig pull-thru sites,

laundry rooms, bathrooms, free showers,

free limited WiFi, dump stations,

and activity/club room for groups.

– Book Reservations Online –

Recreational Marina

With a boat launch ramp,

laundry rooms, bathrooms,

showers, free limited WiFi,

fish cleaning tables, fuel dock,

public fishing pier, restaurant,

brewery, and marina store.

WWW. PORTOFNEWPORT.COM • (541) 867-3321


We Take CRAB

Very Seriously Here!


Newport is “The Dungeness Crab Capital of the World”

BOAT CHARTERS

NEWPORT TRADEWINDS

653 SW Bay Blvd.

541-265-2101

newporttradewinds.com

CAPTAINS REEL DEEP SEA

FISHING

343 SW Bay Blvd.

541-265-7441

captainsreel.com

YAQUINA BAY CHARTERS

1000 SE Bay Blvd. (near the

Embarcadero Resort)

541-265-6800

yaquinabaycharters.com

NEWPORT MARINE STORE &

CHARTERS

2128 SE Marine Science

Drive, South Beach

541-867-4470

nmscharters.com


There are no days off in

crabbing.”

~ Nick Mavar

f you know much about Newport, then you know that we take Dungeness crab

very seriously here! In fact, the phrase “The Dungeness Crab Capital of the World”

became a registered trademark of the city in 2007. The Port of Newport is home to

the largest commercial fishing fleet on the Oregon Coast, and has been harvesting

record numbers of this prized culinary crustacean for over a decade. Because so much crab is

gathered locally, residents and visitors alike are able to purchase fresh crab right off the docks,

from area fish markets, and may enjoy crab in many local restaurants. Newport also offers a

variety of opportunities for you to catch your own crab directly from the docks of the Yaquina

Bay, or by boat in the bay itself.

Commercial crabbing is a way of life in Newport, and many residents work in the industry

harvesting, processing and preparing the popular shellfish. Crabbing from Newport is hard

work, and it’s dangerous. During crabbing season, fishermen brave the rough and potentially

deadly seas, and extreme weather to collect crab by passing through the Yaquina Bay Jetty, an

area simply known as “the bar.” The Yaquina Bay bar is an invisible horizontal barrier, where

the deep waters of the Pacific Ocean meet with the much shallower waters coming from the

mouth of the Yaquina River, causing extremely perilous conditions for boats leaving and

returning to the bay.

Out to sea, beyond the Yaquina Bay bar, commercial crabbers must work along the edge of the

Pacific Northwest coastline known as the “Graveyard of the Pacific,” where jagged, unforeseen

rocks and severe and rapidly changing weather create hazardous crabbing conditions. The

Discovery Channel has chronicled the life-threatening work environment faced by Newport’s

commercial crabbers in the reality series, Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove. In addition to the

difficult and harsh working conditions, crab fishermen often have to negotiate the price of

crab to get fair payment for their yield.

If you want to catch your own crab, the Yaquina Bay is perfect; it requires minimal expense

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and preparation and provides a great individual, family or group experience. Crabbing in

the bay is open year round, although most crab is harvested between June and November.

The best times to crab are when there is less difference between high and low tides, and

during slack tides. Pick up a copy of the current Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations, a “crab

gauge” measuring tool, and an Oregon shellfish license. Examine the regulations closely

for instructions on gear to use, limits, measuring and determining the sex of the crab. Don’t

forget to dress in warm clothes and bring gloves. Choose to bait your traps with fresh turkey,

chicken, clams, fish carcasses, small fish, or other meat scraps.

If you choose to crab the bay by boat, you will need to stay out of the navigation channel and

away from boat traffic. Select a location to drop your pots or traps that is at least 20 feet deep;

most charter boats are equipped with depth finders, but if you are renting your own boat

make sure that you are crabbing in deep water. Use sinking line (as opposed to floating line)

that is at least twice the estimated depth of the water to avoid having it get tangled in boat

propellers or swept away by erratic tidal currents. Also make sure that your pots or traps are

heavy enough to sink all the way to the sandy bottom, and that your floats and buoys can be

easily distinguished from other crabber’s gear.

Crabbing from a dock or pier is much easier and less expensive than crabbing from a boat,

although the availability of crab can be limited to the specific area that you choose to drop

your traps. The Port of Newport public fishing pier (located between the Rogue Brewery and

the historic Newport Bay Bridge) in South Beach, and the Abbey Street Pier on the Historic

Bayfront are some of the best spots to crab. Tie off the end of your crab line to the pier, and

position your pots and rings so as to not interfere with boat traffic.

CRABBING EQUIP.

NEWPORT TRADEWINDS

653 SW Bay Blvd.

541-265-2101

newporttradewinds.com

CAPTAINS REEL DEEP SEA

FISHING

343 SW Bay Blvd.

541-265-7441

captainsreel.com

YAQUINA BAY CHARTERS

1000 SE Bay Blvd. (near the

Embarcadero Resort)

541-265-6800

yaquinabaycharters.com

NEWPORT MARINE STORE &

CHARTERS

2128 SE Marine Science

Drive, South Beach

541-867-4470

nmscharters.com

If you choose to use pots, leave them undisturbed for at least 45 minutes before pulling them

in to examine your catch. With rings, let them sit at least 10 minutes before checking them,

and then pull them up consistently and quickly to allow the basket shape to capture all of

the crab in the trap. Crab rings and pots are inexpensive and available in many locations

throughout the Newport area, and renting them is even less expensive and might be the best

choice for your first crabbing adventure.

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Experience

Uncommon and Mysterious

Things at Mariner Square

Fine Asian-fusion at Asiatico

The main event at Asiatico, is the sushi, and the sushi chefs here prepare

artistic rolls with creative combos of ingredients! Try the Asiatico Roll (eel,

avocado, cucumber, masago, spicy sauce, topped with smoked salmon,

black caviar and Japanese mayo). The menu also includes non-sushi main

dishes, and you’ll often find amazing specials that feature fresh, local fish.

Make sure to compliment your dinner with one of their many sake choices.

Asiatico is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week and you can eat

in or take out.

875 SW Bay Blvd., Historic Bayfront

(541) 265-8387 | AsiaticoFusion.net

pend the day exploring

strange and fascinating

things at Mariner Square on

Newport’s Historic Bayfront!

Mariner Square is the home of Ripley’s

Believe It or Not, The Waxworks Museum,

and Oregon Undersea Gardens. At Ripley’s,

you’ll experience oddities from around the

world, like the elusive Sasquatch and the

hall of shrunken heads. The Waxworks

Museum will introduce you to lifelike wax

creations, featuring prominent historical

figures and celebrities. Take the elevator

down to the bottom of the ocean at

Oregon’s Undersea Gardens to view the

amazing variety of sea life. All three of

these attractions feature gift shops with an

amazing selection of treasures.

250 SW Bay Blvd.,

Historic Bayfront

(541) 265-2206

www.marinersquare.com

Investigate Sea Life with Marine Discovery Tours

Climb aboard the deluxe, 65 foot Discovery for a fun and exciting twohour

Sea Life Cruise! Led by a team of enthusiastic naturalist guides, the

tour will take you around the bay and into the ocean (if the conditions

are safe enough to leave the bay). You’ll search for gray whales, harbor

porpoises, seals, sea lions, pelicans, bald eagles, plankton and many

other diverse kinds of sea life, and experience all of the fantastic scenery

that the bay and coastline have to offer. Marine Discovery Tours also

specializes in educational field trips, and features customized charters for

special events.

345 SW Bay Blvd., Historic Bayfront

(541) 265-6200 | MarineDiscoveryTours.com

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The Bayfront

Newport’s

Historic Bayfront

Shop, Play, Dine, Stay...

Family Attractions

Waterfront Lodging

Fishing Fleet • Group Cruises

Fresh Seafood–Dining

or Off the Docks

Coast Guard Station

Commercial & Recreational

Gear & Marine Supplies

Crabbing Piers • Salt Water Taffy

Sea Lion Colony & Birding

Gift & Art Galleries

Sport Fishing • Wine Tasting

Whale Watching • Kayaking

Sailboats

Fishermen’s Memorial Walk

Microbrews • Chowder

Pubs • Night Life

ANCHOR PIER LODGE

541-265-STAY

AnchorPierLodge.com

BAYSCAPES GALLERY & COFFEEHOUSE

541-265-4017

CLEARWATER RESTAURANT

(541) 272-5550

ClearwaterRestaurant.com

Find us on Facebook

ENGLUND MARINE & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY

541-265-9275

EnglundMarine.com

MARINE DISCOVERY TOURS

541-265-6200

MarineDiscovery.com

MO’S & MO’S ANNEX

541-265-7512

MosChowder.com

NEWPORT TRADEWINDS

541-265-2101

1-800-676-7819

NewportTradewinds.com

OCEANIC ARTS &

BREACH THE MOON

GALLERIES

541-265-5963 541-265-9698

ROGUE ALES PUBLIC HOUSE

Rogue, Bed & Beer

541-265-3188

Rogue.com

SMUGGLER’S COVE RESORT

541-265-9290

SmugglersCoveResortNewport.com

SURF TOWN COFFEE &

TILLAMOOK ICE CREAM

541-265-2208

SurfTownCoffee.com

THE LANDING AT NEWPORT

541-574-6777

TheLandingAtNewport.com

WIND DRIFT GALLERY & CHILDISH TENDENCIES

541-265-7454 • 541-265-4491

Find us both on Facebook

a neighborhood of fun for locals & visitors


Agate Beach Inn

Experience the Oregon Coast

Ocean and Non-ocean View Rooms, Air Conditioning

Indoor Pool, Hot Tub, Restaurant & Lounge

www.agatebeachinn.com

3019 N Coast Hwy, Newport

For reservations call 541-265-9411

3 Full line hardware and garden

center

3 Paint studio with color

matching

3 Pull through or walk up

propane filling station

(even the largest RV’s!)

3 Fishing and shellfish licenses

3 RV parts and supplies

3 Camping supplies

3 Crabbing supplies

3 Clamming supplies

3 Fishing tackle & bait

3 Rods and reels

3 Firearms and ammunition

3 Barbecues, smokers and

accessories

2340 N. Coast Hwy

Newport

541-272-5440

• Oceanfront views

• Fully equipped kitchens in every unit

• Indoor heated pool

• WiFi available

800-648-2119 • 541-996-3623 • fax 541-996-5585

www.oceanterrace.com

4229 SW Beach Avenue • Lincoln City, Oregon 97367


Sweeten

Your Day on the Historic

Bayfront

Barge Inn to the Local Scene

Newport’s Barge Inn is a fixture on the Historic Bayfront. In fact, the selfproclaimed

“Home of the Winos, Dingbats, and Riff Raff” has been a local

landmark since 1936. The Barge Inn is a popular spot with fishermen and

other residents, and you’ll feel right at home when you order a frosty beer

or classic cocktail. They also serve the famous Barge Burger, which many

consider to be the best burger in town. Stop in for a drink and a bite to eat,

play a few games of pool, and listen to the amazing stories about fishing

and living in a great coastal town.

358 SW Bay Blvd., Historic Bayfront

(541) 265-8051

You’ll find many interesting souvenir shops,

art galleries, and incredible restaurants

amongst the working docks and fishprocessing

plants of Newport’s Historic

Bayfront, but did you know that the area is

also home to four amazing candy shops? No

matter what kind of sweet treat you’re after,

these candy stores will have it! And they all

have saltwater taffy!

DOODLE BUGS

This little shop not only specializes in

chocolates, ice cream, saltwater taffy, and

hard candy.

334 SW Bay Blvd.

Stay on the Historic Bayfront at The Landing

The Landing at Newport will make you feel right at home when you stay at

the coast! Located in the heart of the Historic Bayfront, this condominium

hotel provides fully-furnished rooms complete with equipped kitchens,

a dining area and a separate living room with a gas log fireplace. Most

rooms offer washers and dryers, and feature a private balcony where you

can enjoy all of the sights and sounds that the working bayfront has to

offer. The Landing also has a large patio with gazebo, gas grill and crab

cooker for parties or family get-togethers.

890 SE Bay Blvd., Historic Bayfront

(541) 574-6777 | TheLandingatNewport.com

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NEWPORT CANDY SHOPPE

Stop in for the huge variety of saltwater taffy

and Jelly Belly jelly beans, or try a large

lollipop that’s sure to last a long time.

440 SW Bay Blvd.

2 KIDS CANDY STORE

They have your favorite type of store-bought

candy, many kinds of lollipops and saltwater

taffy, caramel corn, fudge and chocolate, and

even Pez and Pez dispensers.

640 SW Bay Blvd.

REPUBLIC OF CANDY

In addition to the saltwater taffy, caramel

corn, and chocolate, Republic offers baked

goods, espresso, and Beanie Babies.

855 SW Bay Blvd.


N Y E

Ampersand

501 NW Coast St.

Facebook.com/AmpersandNyeBeach/

Charisma

315 NW Coast St.

(541) 265-4657

Chowder Bowl

at Nye Beach

728 NW Beach Dr.

NewportChowderBowl.com

Inn at

Nye Beach

729 NW Coast St.

InnAtNyeBeach.com

Jovi

232 NW Coast St.

541-265-8220

Historic

B

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Things to do!

Beachcombing

Bike Riding/Rental

Beach Walking

Kite Flying

Surfing

Sail-boarding

Tide Pooling

Photography

Galleries • Jewelry

Visual Arts • Apparel

Lodging

Cafés & Fine Dining

Hours of Family Fun

Unique Retail Shops

Professional Services

Fine Gifts & Home Decor

World Class Performing Arts

Sweets - Ice Cream - Chocolates

C H

Nye Cottage

Beads

208 NW Coast St. #1

Facebook.com/NyeCottageBeads

Nyevana

135 SW Coast St.

Nyevana.com

Peerless Puffin

742 NW Beach Dr.

Find us on Facebook!

Queen of Hearts

708 NW Beach Dr.

QueenOfHeartsLingerie.com

SJ Custom

Jewelers

316 NW Coast St.

SJCustomJewelers.com


Anchor Pier Lodge

Anchor Pier Lodge

Perfect

coastal

treasure

TripAdvisor.com

Affordable Luxury

with a View

541-265-STAY

Relaxing Luxury...Exceptional Views

Spa Tubs &

Fireplaces

Stay & Play on Newport’s Bayfront

See Oregon’s Largest Fishing Fleet, plus~

Fun Whale & Sea Life Cruises

Freshest Seafood

Sport Fishing & Crabbing

Shopping & Art Galleries

Brew Pubs & Night-life

themed suites for

“caPtains • surfers • mermaids”

sPa tubs • firePlaces

sPacious balconies

Waterfront VieWs

Private Decks Overlook

Newport’s Bayfront

www.AnchorPierLodge.com

LittLe Creek ApArtments

365 N.E. 36th Street • Newport, OR 97365

• 2 Bed/ 1 Bath

• 3 Bed/ 2 Bath

• On-site laundry facilities

• Play Areas

• Public Transportation

Call 541-265-2663

Professionally managed by sima management, inc.

ANIMAL MEDICAL CARE OF NEWPORT

COMPLETE MEDICAL CARE

Family Pets • Farm • Exotic • Surgery

Dentistry • Laser • Endoscopy

Hours

M-F 8am to 6pm • Sat 8am to 3pm

Eric N. Brown - DVM• Steen E. Smith - DVM

www.animalmedicalcarenewport.com

541-265-6671

162 NE 10th St.,

Newport, OR 97365


Stroll

Through Nye Beach

Ultralife

ultralife cafe was created to offer hearty & healthy food & drink options for

all kinds of people. – always on the go but still craving nutrition & quality.

Offering vegan, gluten free, dairy free, & keto choices on the daily. ultralife

is a locally owned and each location has its distinct variations from local

coffee to craft cocktails and brunch to after-hours, offering quality choices

with unique flair.

715 NW Beach Drive Newport | (541) 264-8676

121 NE 15th Street Newport | (541) 272-5555

he Nye Beach

Turnaround connects

one of Newport’s

favorite neighborhoods

to miles of sandy beach, and is a great

place to park your car while you explore.

Visit the many shops and galleries that are

nestled together in the neighborhood, and

stop for some coffee, candy, of ice cream

along the way. Nye Beach is also home to a

variety of amazing restaurants, which offer

diverse culinary delights, and several local

bars that are perfect for a relaxing drink

after your adventures. The beach is easy

to access at the Turnaround, and is ideal

for setting out your blanket, flying a kite,

building sandcastles and making a fire to

roast hotdogs or s’mores.

The Taphouse at Nye Creek

Hidden in the heart of the Historic Nye Beach Neighborhood, overlooking

the Beautiful Oregon Coast! Easygoing, family-friendly spot offering

hamburgers, seafood & pizza plus beer & cocktails. Hours: Sunday-Monday

12 p.m. - 10 p.m.

515 NW Coast St, Newport

| (541) 272-5545 | taphouseatnye.com

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Relax at the Sandbar & Grill

Winter

Storm Alert!

Order a cold mug of beer or a specialty cocktail, have a bite to eat, play a

game of pool, or try your luck at video poker! A short walk from the beach,

and located in the heart of the Nye Beach Neighborhood, the Sandbar &

Grill is a favorite of both locals and visitors alike. It’s an excellent place to

relax and reflect at the end of the day, or to take a break before heading

back to the beach. Once you’ve been to the Sandbar and Grill, you’ll want

to make it a regular stop every time you come to Newport.

722 NW Beach Dr., Nye Beach

(541) 265-6032

Ride Concrete Waves at Newport Skatepark

This mid-sized skatepark is ideal for skateboarders of all ability levels!

Skate subtle curves and ride the smooth dips that are designed to keep

you in motion. Hit the ramps, slide along the metal rail, or drop into the

bowl at your own speed. All of the terrain in the park flows together so that

it can be skated in one continuous ride, but also allows skaters to focus on

specific kinds of contour and slope. The skatepark is located right next to

a portion of Sam Moore Parkway, which offers playground equipment and

picnic tables.

inter visitors to

Newport are often

amazed by the

spectacular storms

that build and erupt over the ocean and crash

onto the beach and shoreline! These wild

acts of nature often occur between October

and March, when dark squalls crash inland

and release tremendous gusts of wind,

rain, thunder and even lightning. The most

exhilarating place to watch winter storms

is just above the beach. The Nye Beach

Neighborhood has a number of hotel rooms

that directly overlook the shoreline and

Pacific Ocean, and are perfect for snuggling

up in a fluffy chair in front of the window to

watch the action.

726 NW High St., Nye Beach

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Painting the port


Rogue Ales commissions local

artist to create a mural

A new work of

art has been

installed at the

Rogue Distillery

in South Beach,

one brushstroke

at a time: a

mural depicting keystones

of the Newport port area,

with the aquarium, NOAA

and Hatfield Marine Science

Center among them.

“It’s kind of a representation,

recognition and appreciation

of the (port) area and the

people that make it work,”

explained artist Casey

McEneny, who is working on the wall eight hours per day, every day that the weather

allows.

The mural is part of a brewery building agreement between Rogue and the Port of

Newport when the ale-maker expanded the Ocean Aging Room and the Rolling Thunder

Cooperage.

“We both thought that painting a meaningful mural was a great way to make sure that

the new building had soul, as well as functionality,” explained Hagen Moore, creative

director at Rogue Ales and Spirits.

The Port of Newport provided an initial sketch and concept, and Moore set out to find a

local artist to bring the project to life. When he found the work of McEneny, things really

started rolling.

“I gave him a call to talk about the project. and he was interested,” said Moore. “It took

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a year or so to get everything

lined up but he’s underway now

— we’re excited and happy to

have him painting the mural.”

McEneny helped refine some

details and add design elements

to enrich the mural,

then he set to work in South

Beach. However, a project this

size is a lofty task for one artist

with three months to pull it off.

So, McEneny called on an old

friend, who flew up from Atlanta:

Jason Kopydlowski.

“He was my roommate in art

school, and we were always

good friends and kind of have the same philosophies in commercial art and painting

styles.”

With the two of them working together, they’re making quick work of the wall. The

process starts with McEneny’s sketch, which he projects onto the blank wall at night so

they can trace it at full size with a warm brown paint. Then, Kopydlowski lays down the

base colors and McEneny comes in to paint the fine details. Of course, they’re entertaining

themselves the whole way, joking and ribbing each other.

But McEneny says it’s the reaction of passers-by that have been most rewarding for

him, including local residents and employees of NOAA and the Hatfield Marine Science

Center.

“So far everyone has had really positive things to say about it,” said Moore. “People

really seem to enjoy watching it develop and some even stop to talk with Casey about

the mural.”

The final product was finished in late August and is on full display for anyone to come

and see, from a distance or up-close.

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Play

Indoors at

Aquarium Village

If the weather won’t cooperate,

you’ll still find several

opportunities for indoor play

amidst the restaurants and shops

at Aquarium Village!

YO HO HO INDOOR BOUNCE

Bounce out of the bad weather and hop

around for a while! Kids of all ages can

choose to play and jump on a variety of

inflatable bouncy slides, castles, and other

fun structures. Parents and older kids can

watch the younger ones bounce, or get in on

the action too.

3101 SE Ferry Slip Rd., South Beach

(541) 867-3423

YohohoIndoorBounce.com

ESCAPE ROOMS NEWPORT

Gather your family and friends and work

together as a team to decipher codes, clues

and hints in less than 60 minutes to find the

solution to escape the room! Choose one of

the three themed rooms and find out if you

have what it takes to get out alive.

3101 SE Ferry Slip Rd., South Beach

(541) 867-2988

EscapeRoomsNewport.com

Eat and Drink at Off The Hook

This new addition to the South Beach Neighborhood offers a seafood-laden

menu, but has all of your favorite comfort food too! Try one of their many

fresh and mostly local seafood appetizers or entrees, or choose a specialty

burger or signature sandwich. They also feature crisp salads, savory soups,

heavenly $5 desserts, have a full-service bar with beer in bottles or on

tap, and provide a variety of regional wines. After lunch or dinner, stop by

Newport Candy’s Chocolate Shop (which is conveniently connected to the

restaurant) for some sweet treats and great gifts.

3211 S Coast Hwy, South Beach

(541) 867-5555

Dive into the Oregon Coast Aquarium

For over 25 years, the Oregon Coast Aquarium has been the premier

regional destination for exploring the mysteries of the ocean and the

unique wildlife that call it home. You’ll love the dozens of displays of

sea life and 15 themed exhibits, like the installation called Big Bites that

showcases creatures with feeding adaptations. The Animal Encounters

& Tours are also fun for older members of the family; get a hands-on

experience with the new Sea Jelly Touch Encounter, learn the ins and outs

of caring for the marine animals at the aquarium with a Behind the Scenes

Tour, and swim with the fish and sharks when you Dive the Aquarium!

2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd., South Beach

(541) 867-3474 | Aquarium.org

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Drink

Fresh Roasted Coffee and

Local Craft Beer

Take a Tour of Rogue World Headquarters

Situated along the Yaquina Bay in South Beach, Rogue World Headquarters

is the place for everything Rogue! Stop in and sign up for a daily tour

(every Monday through Sunday at 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm), and

then head into the brewpub for a bite to eat and some beer. The brewpub

features a new and improved menu with delicious shared plates, soups,

salads and other entrees, and they have over 40 beers on tap. The tour

will then take you through the brewery, Rogue Spirits Distillery, museum,

Rogue Rolling Thunder Cooperage, and Rogue House of Spirits.

2320 SE Marine Science Dr., South Beach

(541) 819-0202 | Rogue.com

Bring Your Friends to Hoover’s Pub & Grill

Since 1978, locals and visitors to the South Beach Neighborhood have

been coming to Hoover’s Pub & Grill for drinks, dinner and fun! Hoover’s

has an assortment of popular pub food and a full-service bar, and offers

a comfortable atmosphere inside, or outside in their tiki-themed patio.

In addition to video poker, you can shoot some pool or challenge your

friends to a game of foosball, and they even have a book exchange if you’re

looking for something to read. Hoover’s features live music on Fridays and

Saturdays, and has an open mic night most Thursdays. You’ll know you’re

in the right place when you see the mini Yaquina Bay Bridge on the roof.

3539 Hwy 101, South Beach

(541) 867-3303

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Visit two of Newport’s newest additions in

the recently finished Wilder Corner Building

in the rapidly growing Wilder subdivision

of South Beach. These new businesses offer

fresh and local coffee, food, and beer, and are

not to be missed!

BOSQUE CAFÉ & ESPRESSO BAR

Come in for a steaming cup of espresso and

a delicious Bahn Mi sandwich and you won’t

be disappointed! Bosque Café & Espresso

Bar features sustainably minded small-batch

coffees from Trailhead Coffee Roasters, and

offers fresh-made cuisine from around the

world, with an emphasis on Vietnamese

recipes. They are also recognized as a Zerowaste

café, so bring your own coffee cup and

container if you want food and drink to go.

4590 SE Harborton St. #100

South Beach

(541) 264-2278| BosqueCafe.com

WOLF TREE TAPROOM

Local favorite Wolf Tree Brewing has opened

up a taproom, and you’ll be glad they

did! The Wolf Tree Nanobrewery has been

crafting amazing beers from their Seal Rock

brewery for a few years, but had not had a

place to serve it until now. They feature their

amazing beer, as well as a rotating guest tap

for cider, and a choice of fine regional wine.

The Taproom doesn’t offer food other than

popcorn, but they do encourage you to bring

your own meal or snacks from elsewhere.

4590 SE Harborton St., South Beach

(541) 223-5766

WolfTreeBrewery.com


Join our health care

provider team

In the mid-Willamette Valley and along the central Oregon Coast,

Samaritan Health Services is a regional, not-for-profit health care

system that includes acute-care hospitals, more than 80 physician

clinics, a health sciences campus and much more.

Our passion is providing world-class health care in our beautiful,

dynamic and close-knit communities. If you’re like the hundreds of

Samaritan physicians and advanced practice providers who aspire to

serve others as leaders in your field, join us!

Add competitive wages, excellent benefits and opportunities for

continuing education and professional growth for a complete package.

Interested? Learn more at samhealth.org/DocJobs

or 541-768-4419.

WE

DELIVER!

GAME

ROOM!

Pizza, Pasta, Salads, Calzones, Grinders And More!

130 NW 19th Suite B • Newport

(Behind OSU Federal Credit Union)

541-265-3300

300 S. Main St. • Toledo

www.cobblestonepizzaco.com

541-336-2663


MARKET

Oregon Grown,

100%

Employee Owned!

801 SW Highway 101

Lincoln City

541-994-4354

YOUR COMFORT IS OUR PRIORITY

Dental treatment does not have to be stressful.

We understand your apprehension, and we

provide comforting amenities like headphones,

iPod with a large selection of music and podcasts,

blankets, and dark glasses to help you relax.

Come early to your appointment and enjoy

complimentary coffee, tea or cocoa.

dougchadwickdds.com | (541) 265-4221

123 SE Douglas Street Newport, OR 97365

This exciting new gallery on Newport’s Bay front is filled with international

art, sculpture, pottery, ceramics, fashion, jewelry and the largest

collection of Disney Fine Art in the Pacific Northwest.

859 SW Bay Blvd. • Newport, OR 97365

541-574-0802

www.rogeryostgallery.com

When every second counts “You” may be the one

to make an “Impact” on someone’s life.

SUDDEN IMPACT

Specializing in Human and Pet First-Aid, CPR

as well as other

EMS Education Services

A store for the Well-Traveled

Dixie V. Lorange EMT-I

OHA/EMS/NFPA Instr.-I

LCSOSAR/NW CISM

720 SW Hurbert St. • Newport

541-270-7020

Email: firstaid2015@icloud.com

232 NW Coast St. • Historic Nye Beach • 541-265-8220


Visit & Cross

The Yaquina Bay

Lighthouse and The

Yaquina Bay Bridge

Feed Your Body and Soul

Since 1971, Canyon Way has been nourishing locals and visitors alike with

scrumptious homemade lunch and dinner, and providing them with great

books at the same time! Their chicken curry soup has just the right amount

of spice, and the fresh Dungeness crab cakes are amazing. They also

specialize in pasta and local oysters. The relaxed atmosphere at Canyon

Way completes the experience, especially when you find the right book to

take with you on your adventures. The restaurant and bookstore are open

Monday through Friday.

1216 SW Canyon Way, Deco District

(541) 265-8319 | CanyonWay.com

he Yaquina Bay

Lighthouse, completed

in 1871, is believed to

be Newport’s oldest

building. The structure is Oregon’s only

remaining wooden lighthouse with built-in

living quarters, and is reputed to be haunted.

Regular daily tours of the lighthouse

are available, and admission is free with

donation. The Yaquina Bay Bridge was

constructed in 1936, and is perhaps the most

recognizable landmark in Newport. With an

iconic central arch and gothic columns, the

bridge is impressive against the horizon,

especially when the sun is setting over the

Pacific. Visit the lighthouse, and then walk

over the Bay Bridge to South Beach.

Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site,

Deco District (800) 551-6949

Find Fresh and Local Produce

Thankfully, the bustling Newport Farmer’s Market, held every Saturday from

May through October, will not simply vanish from the intersection of Hwy

101 and Angle St., but will move indoors through the winter and spring.

Much of the produce, meats, baked goods, and the wide assortment of

crafts offered by the Farmer’s Market will still be available at the Newport

Winter Farmer’s Market from November through April every Saturday from

9 am to 1 pm. Stroll through the market with a steaming cup of hot coffee

or tea, and select the perfect produce, meats, and crafts.

Lincoln County Commons (fairgrounds)

633 NE 3rd St., Deco District | NewportFarmersMarket.org

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Start

Pop into Uptown Pub

This unassuming corner bar is a favorite spot for locals, but visitors are

always welcome! Uptown Pub has a large selection of microbrews, and

they serve up serious cocktails and offer daily happy hour specials. They

also provide generous portions of pub food, and have the best Taco

Tuesday around. Uptown Pub’s pool tables are only 50 cents, and chances

are good that they’ll have your favorite video poker game. You can listen

to live music on Friday nights, and the jukebox is well-stocked with a wide

variety of songs that will liven up your evening.

Your Day off right with a

great cup of coffee from

Coasties Roasties

636 SW Hurbert St., Deco District

(541) 265-3369

Soar to New Heights with a Kite

Newport’s beaches are ideal for kite flying, and The Kite Company has all

of the equipment to get you started! They have the largest kite store on the

Pacific Coast, and have hundreds of kites to choose from. The Kite Company

has been providing high-quality kites for 27 years, and have field tested

every kite they sell. Whether you’re buying a kite for the first time, or

upgrading into a more complex model, the knowledgeable staff will help

you select the right one for you. The Kite Company also sells a wide variety

of flags, banners, windsocks, and wind spinners.

407 SW Hwy 101, Deco District

(541) 265-2004 | TheKiteCompany.com

Drive in for coffee and

a bite to eat before

starting your day on

the coast, or stop by to

revitalize during your

adventures! Coasties Roasties is locally

owned, and serves drinks sourced regionally.

Get a steaming cup of coffee from Columbia

Coffee Roasters or delicious chai tea blended

in Eugene, and check out their daily menu

for fresh pastries, scones, muffins, breakfast

burritos, wraps, soups and sandwiches.

Coasties Roasties tries to include one vegan

or gluten item on the menu daily, and they

even make their own salted caramel and dog

treats.

605 E Olive St.,

Deco District off Hwy 20

(541) 272-5353

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Photo by Jeremy Burke


Looking back from the trails of South

Beach State Park. Photo by Jeremy Burke

SPEND THE DAY IN NEWPORT.

STAY THE NIGHT WITH US.

232 SW Elizabeth Street, Newport, OR 97365 elizabethoceanfrontsuites.com (877) 265-9400


No aquarium, no tank in a

marine land, however spacious it

may be, can begin to duplicate the

conditions of the sea.”

~ Jacques Yves Cousteau,

Oceanographer

See the following pages for an

information map about our tidepools

Photo by Jeremy Burke


on rocks and beach areas while their mothers feed

offshore. Seabirds also use rocks for nesting and

rearing their young. Please enjoy these animals from

at least a 50-foot distance.

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MID-TIDE ZONE

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LOW TIDE ZONE

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SUB-TIDE ZONE

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SPRAY ZONE

1. Acorn Barnacle

2. Ribbed Limpet

Brown text indicates animal.

Green text indicates plant.

HIGH TIDE ZONE

3. Purple Shore Crab

4. Black Turban Snail

5. Rockweed

MID-TIDE ZONE

6. California Mussel

7. Ochre Sea Star

8. Rough Keyhole Limpet

9. Hermit Crab

10. Black Leather Chiton

11. Gooseneck Barnacles

12. Surfgrass

13. Giant Green

Anemone

LOW TIDE ZONE

14. Giant Pacific Ch

15. Red Sea Cucum

16. Blue Top Snail

17. Purple Sea Urch

18. Feather Boa Ke


All information or fees subject to change without notice.

This brochure is available in alternative formats upon

request. Call 1-800-551-6949.

Oregon Relay for the hearing impaired: dial 711.

63400-8136 (5/2018)

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23. Pigeon Guillemot

24. Western Gull

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Tidepools are divided into several zones. The zones

are classified based on wave action, shoreline

features and exposure during tidal periods.

The organisms that live in each zone are dependent

on a number of factors: water temperature, wave

action, variation in salinity (saltiness), exposure

to light and how much water is present. The

conditions have to be just right for an organism to

be comfortable in each zone.

Some organisms are hardier than others and are

able to live in multiple zones. Part of the fun of

exploring tidepools is discovering a plant or animal

where you least expected it to be!

Spray zone: This area extends from the highest

reach of spray and storm waves to the average

height of the high tides. It is usually dry, meaning

relatively few types of organisms can live here.

High tide zone: This zone includes the area from

the average high tide to just below the average sea

level. It is a highly saline (salty) environment and

experiences higher temperatures than other zones.

Mid-tide zone: This zone extends from just

below average sea level to the upper limit of the

average lowest tides. Mid-tide zones experience

more intense wave action than spray or high tide

zones, but nonetheless are rich in animal and plant

diversity.

Low tide zone: This zone is exposed to air only

at the lowest tides. This keeps temperatures and

salinity levels more stable, allowing for more

biodiversity than other zones. Organisms here are

also more protected from predators—like big fish—

because of the wave action and shallow water.


Climb

Yaquina Head Lighthouse

and Explore the Headland

Access Agate Beach from Ernest Bloch Wayside

Agate Beach has a new and improved access point at Ernest Bloch

Memorial Wayside! Named after the famous composer who spent much

of his time at Agate Beach, the wayside includes an enlarged parking lot

with restrooms, exterior showers, benches and a memorial to Ernest Bloch.

The wayside is located alongside Hwy 101, and is just a short walk down

to some of the best surf on the Oregon Coast. The beach is also accessible

from the Lucky Gap Trail that winds through the forest and onto the sand.

You’ll know you’ve found it when you see the surfboards that say AGATE

BEACH propped up against the side of the restrooms!

NW 49th St./Woody Way, Agate Beach

pend the whole day at Yaquina

Head Outstanding Natural

Area! At 93 feet, the historic Yaquina

Head Lighthouse is Oregon’s tallest in a

string of strategically placed lighthouses

along the Pacific Coastline. Built in 1873,

the lighthouse is situated on a narrow

basalt peninsula that spills into the Pacific

Ocean, and is surrounded by 100 acres of

the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural

Area. Guides lead year-round tours of

the lighthouse, and the headland has an

interpretive center, gift shop and is home

to many kinds of wildlife. Trails wind

through the Outstanding Natural Area,

and will take you to vistas with panoramic

views, and areas where you may see seals,

whales, sea birds, and tide pools teeming

with life.

750 NW Lighthouse Dr., Agate Beach

(541) 574-3100 | blm.gov/learn/

interpretive-centers/yaquina

Szabo’s Steak and Seafood

You’ll find so much on the menu at Szabo’s Steak and Seafood restaurant!

They serve up the very best surf and turf (as the name suggests), but also

specialize in great sandwiches and hearty pasta dishes. In addition, Szabo’s

has an assortment of delicious breakfast choices to get you started in the

morning. And Szabo’s doubles as a sports bar, with all of your favorite

games on one of their ten TV’s! They even feature NTN trivia, an interactive

game that you can join anytime. You’ll love the daily happy hour specials,

but don’t forget to check your team’s game schedule before you visit.

5188 NE Lucky Gap St., Uptown

(541) 574-0100 | szabossteakandseafood.com

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An exclusive collection of jewelry and fine art presented

in a beautiful gallery setting.

434 SW Bay Blvd • NeWport

541-265-9698 oregoncoastgalleries.com

contemporary craftS

pottery

wood carvingS

meta L ScuLptureS

Leather goodS

The Landing at Newport was developed in the year 2000 as a 57 unit

condominium-Hotel and is now one of Newport’s premiere Properties. The

concept combines a resort-style hotel operation condominium ownership.

890 SE Bay Blvd. Newport 541-574-6777

TheLandingAt Newport.com

Located on the Bayfront in newport

444 Sw Bay BouLevard

oregoncoaStgaLLerieS.com

Full Hot Breakfast

Indoor Heated Pool

and Hot Tub

Next to the Oregon

Coast Aquarium

135 SE 32 nd St • Newport, OR 97365

Phone: 541.867.3377

Fax: 541.867.3378

www.hiexpress.com/newportcoast • www.newportcoasthotel.com


What’s Fresh and When?

Oregon North Coast Seafood Consumer Guide 2020

Salmon

Columbia River &

Young’s Bay Gillnet

Coho

Feb. - Oct.

Exact dates vary

within season

Chinook

Feb. - Oct.

Exact dates vary within season

North Coast

U.S / Canada Border

to Cape Falcon

July 1 - Sept 30

May 6 - June 28

July 1 - Sept. 30

Mid Coast

Cape Falcon to

Humbug Mt.

No Season

Apr. 20 - May 5

May 26 - 31

June 4 - Aug 25

Sept.1 - Oct. 31

South Coast

Humbug Mt. to

OR / CA Border

No Season

Apr. 20 - May 5

May 26 - 31

June 4 - July 31

Pink Shrimp

April 1 to Oct. 31, 2020

Dungeness Crab

Dec. 1, 2019 to Aug. 14, 2020

Dec. 1, 2020 to Aug. 14, 2021

Albacore Tuna

June to October

Depending on when

species arrives off the

Oregon Coast

Pacific Halibut

June 22 - 24

July 6 - 8

July 20 - 22

Aug 3 - 5

These dates are only open

until the quota has been

reached for the year.

Lingcod, Rockfish, Sole,

Flounder, and Blackcod

Throughout the Year

Sturgeon

Young’s Bay, Tongue Point,

Blind Slough, and Deep River

April - Aug.

Exact dates vary

within season

Please Note: These are NOT RECREATIONAL harvest dates.

For more information contact: Amanda.Gladics@oregonstate.edu or (503) 325-8573


Settle In at Agate Beach Motel

Hunt

For Treasure at Agate Beach

You’ll feel right at home at Agate Beach Motel, where classic décor meets

modern comfort! These relaxed, country-style suites offer oceanfront or

woodland views, and are perched above one of Newport’s favorite beaches.

Each room is uniquely furnished, and includes a separate living area,

kitchen or kitchenette and private deck. The Agate Beach Motel has DVDs

and board games at the front desk, and dog-friendly rooms are available.

The motel also features a centrally located fire pit and a seating deck over

the beach, with a gas grill for family or group barbeques.

175 NW Gilbert Way, Agate Beach

(541) 265-8746 | AgateBeachMotel.com

Unwind at Sea Glass Bistro & Lounge

You’ll discover a fantastic place to relax while enjoying amazing coastal

cuisine and beverages inside the Best Western Plus Agate Beach at Sea

Glass Bistro & Lounge. The newly remodeled and renamed restaurant and

bar combines breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks with stunning views of

the Pacific Ocean and Agate Beach. Choose from their seafood inspired

menu, and sip regional craft beer, wine or a signature cocktail from the

dining room, Seaview patio, or comfortable lounge. The Sea Glass Bistro &

Lounge also offers five TVs so that you can watch the big game while you’re

staying on the coast.

Beachcombing is always a

mystery when you wander

Newport’s beaches in

search of treasure; you

just never know what’s been washed up

from the depths of the Pacific Ocean until

you search for it! Great beachcombing

happens every day just a few hours

after high tide, and Agate Beach is the

perfect place to find fossils, agates,

shells and even large fishing floats. Grab

a portable tide table booklet (many local

businesses give them away), a stick or

sturdy pole to poke and pick apart the

piles of flotsam, and a bucket or bag to

hold all of your finds. Happy Hunting!

3019 N Coast Hwy., Agate Beach

(541) 265-9411 | AgateBeachInn.com

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Visit the Coast in Style!

For over 15 years, Oregon Beach Vacations has been

providing Oregon Coast vacation rentals along the

central and northern coast. We offer hundreds of

vacation rentals, spanning from Yachats on the central

coast all the way to the Warrenton on the north coast.

Our rentals are properly maintained and always ready

to accommodate your Oregon Coast vacation. All of

our rentals are within a short driving distance to the

ocean and surrounded with beautiful coastal areas

to explore. There are endless things to do on the

Oregon Coast, keeping tourists returning to the area

and booking vacation rentals with us year-after-year.

No matter how specific your vacation rental needs are,

we are sure to have a property that can accommodate.

If you’re wanting to bring the whole family along,

be sure to check out our Oregon Coast pet-friendly

rentals. If you’re looking for a vacation rental with

added amenities, you may want to check out our

Oregon Coast oceanfront vacation rentals, rentals with

hot tubs, or Oregon Coast luxury rentals. Feel free to

contact us with any questions or specific needs. We are

always more than willing to help find the rental that’s

just right for you. Start planning your vacation to the

Oregon Coast with Oregon Beach Vacations today.

Newport, Oregon 97365

800-723-2383 | OregonBeachVacations.com

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PLACES TO STAY NEWPORT OREGON

A GATHERING PLACE

7858 Surfland St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

206-935-7921

CHEROKEE HOUSE

3914 NW Cherokee Lane

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6262

FAIRHAVEN VACATION RENTALS

29 SW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-0951

MONEY SAVER MOTEL

861 SW Coast Hwy 101

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2277

ABOVE THE SCHOOL HOUSE LODGING

144 SW Coast Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-270-2850

COMFORT INN

531 SW Fall Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6203

GRAND VICTORIAN B & B

105 NW Coast Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4490

MOOLACK SHORES INN

8835 N Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

503-265-2326

AGATE BEACH MOTEL

175 NW Gilbert Way

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8746

COTTAGE AT NYE BEACH

406 NW High St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-921-3101

HALLMARK RESORT - NEWPORT

744 SW Elizabeth St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2600

MOTEL 6

2633 S. Pacific Way

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-7055

AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN & SUITES

710 N. Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6631

DAYS INN

544 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5767

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS

135 SE 32nd St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-3377

MYSTHAVEN

162 SW 86th Court

Newport, Oregon 97365

303-470-5689

ANCHOR PIER BAYFRONT LODGING

345 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-7829

DOLPHIN REAL ESTATE

547 SW 7th Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

1-800-365-6638

INN AT NYE BEACH

729 NW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2477

NEWPORT BAY MOTEL

754 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2241

BEACH COTTAGES AT NYE BEACH

110 SW High St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-3537

ECONO LODGE

606 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-7724

KNIGHTS INN NEWPORT

1823 N. Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4533

NEWPORT BELLE BED & BREAKFAST

South Beach Marina ‘H’ Dock

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-6290

423 SW Elizabeth St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-820-6132

BEST WESTERN PLUS AGATE BEACH INN

3019 North Coast Highway

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9411

ELIZABETH OCEANFRONT SUITES

232 SW Elizabeth St. / PO Box 1342

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9400

EMBARCADERO RESORT HOTEL & MARINA

1000 SE Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8521

LA QUINTA INN & SUITES

45 SE 32nd Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-7727

LITTLE CREEK COVE

3641 NW Oceanview Drive

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8587

NEWPORT MOTOR INN

1311 N. Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6363

NYE COTTAGE VACATION RENTALS

208 NW Coast Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6262

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OCEAN HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST

4920 NW Woody Way

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-3888

SHORELINE RIDGE

1125 NW Spring St. #A103

Newport, Oregon 97365

916-371-7577

TYEE LODGE BED & BREAKFAST

4925 NW Woody Way

Newport, Oregon 97365

841-265-8953

WILLERS MOTEL

745 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2241

OREGON BEACH VACATIONS (RENTALS)

Newport, Oregon 97365

800-723-2383

STARFISH POINT

140 NW 48th Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-3751

VACASA

1803 S Roosevelt Drive Unit D

Seaside, Oregon 97138

503-738-6680

YAQUINA BAY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

146 SE 1st Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-3537

PORT OF NEWPORT MARINA & RV PARK

2120 SE OSU Drive

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-3321

STONE CREST CELLAR BED & BREAKFAST

9556 S. Coast 101 Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-6621

VACATION INTERNATIONALE

256 E. Olive St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-7743

YAQUINA SURF CAMP

NW Spring Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

858-688-8261

RODEWAY INN

206 North Coast Highway

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5321

SYLVIA BEACH HOTEL

267 NW Cliff

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5428

WAVES OF NEWPORT

820 NW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4661

ROGUE BED & BEER

748 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-961-0142

THE COAST HOUSE

14440 South Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

253-631-3915

SAIL INN

134 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-270-5151

THE LANDING AT NEWPORT

890 SE Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-6777

SCHOONER LANDING

201 NW 66th Drive

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4293

THE WHALER

155 SW Elizabeth

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9261

SHILO INN & SUITES OCEANFRONT HOTEL

536 SW Elizabeth Street

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-7701

TRAVELODGE

1311 N. Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8516

Sylvia Beach Hotel

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Newport Brewing Compan


any


Craft beers include a Yaquina Sunrise pale ale, a Dungeness IPA,

fter months of constructing and careful

planning, Newport’s newest brewery is

open for business in the Canyon Way

building that some long-time local

residents will remember as Pop’s.

“It’s been a long road,” said Brodie

Becksted, owner and manager of the

brewery. “It’s been over two years, so we’re pretty

excited to get it open.”

The brewery, which opens with the accompanying

restaurant, The Anchor at Newport Brewing Company,

will have a variety of original craft beers on tap,

including a lager, a pilsner, a pale ale called the Yaquina

Sunrise, a Dungeness IPA and a hazy double IPA, along

with a “Rockfish” stout and the “Salty Big” rosé.

“I’m a lager guy, so that’s what I’m drinking right now,”

Becksted said Friday afternoon, the day before opening

to the public. “We have some non-alcoholic beverages.

We have a full bar with all the alcohol, wine, and we

have hard seltzers, too.”

Each of the seven original brews served up at the

brewery’s opening night aren’t the only original beers

to be brewed on site. Within another week, Newport

Brewing Company staff will have another couple of

brews ready — an English oatmeal stout and a fruity

kettle sour.

“We’ll have a kettle sour with a bunch of fruits and

stuff,” said Sam Zermeño, the brewer. “It’s pretty

popular with the ladies.”

That sour is made with hibiscus, berries and milk sugar

to balance out the tart, Zermeño said.

“It gives it a little bit of sweet so it doesn’t overly bite

your palate with tartness. I add a little bit of vanilla

bean at the end as a dry hop, and it all plays really well

together.”

Food prices will range from $7 to $30, depending

on the dish, slightly higher than the prices offered by

the fledgling brewery’s local competitors. However,

Becksted hopes the modern, industrial vibe of the

brewery will fill the hole in the local market he saw

prior to opening.

“We have a really big brewery across the bay, and

I figured it would be neat to do something a little

different out here,” Becksted said.

The craft beer, too, is unique at the brewery, according

to the in-house brewer.

“I don’t see a lot of people doing the styles of beers

I’m going to be doing here,” Zermeño said. “We’re

going to be doing some pretty interesting kettle sours

and hazy IPAs. Those are pretty trendy still, and we’ll be

doing a handful of those I think will be pretty popular.”

The opening of the brewery’s doors isn’t the last of the

new business’s development. Becksted has plans to

expand what the brewery offers and use the feedback

he and staff get from customers.

“We have plans to expand and add more tanks, add a

canning line, more distribution,” Becksted said. “This is

just a start, really.”

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a hazy double IPA, a “Rockfish” stout and the “Salty Big” rosé.

1118 Southwest Canyon Way, Newport | 541-272-5120 | www.newportbrewingcompany.com

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Join us to experience award winning coastal cuisine, exceptional service,

waterfront dining and sea lion entertainment. Views from upstairs, downstairs,

outdoor patio, bar and lounge. Open Lunch and Dinner.


Induldge yourself

Places to dine in Newport


Sea Glass Bistro and Lounge

Panini Bakery

2 KIDS CANDY SHOP

640 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541)265-2075

BAY HAVEN

608 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-7271

BREWER’S ON THE BAY

2320 OSU Drive

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 867-3664

CHALET RESTAURANT

2026 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-6900

ENRIQUE’S TAQUERIA

741 NW 3rd S

Newport, OR 97365

(971) 599-8621

A POSTO PERSONAL CHEF

P.O. Box 1471

Newport, OR 97365

(971)506-6695

BAY LATTE

663 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-2208

BURGER KING

1435 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8247

CHOWDER BOWL

728 NW Beach Drive

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-7477

FERRY SLIP CAFÉ

2820 Ferry Slip Rd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 867-3474 ext 5421

ABBY’S LEGENDARY PIZZA

932 North Coast Highway

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-9336

BIER ONE

424 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-4630

BURGER KING

1435 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8247

CLEARWATER RESTAURANT

325 S. Bay Blvd.

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 272-5550

FISH PEDDLER’S MARKET

617 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-7057

AGATE BEACH GOLF COURSE

4100 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-7331

BITES ON THE COURTYARD

1654 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 272-5582

CAFÉ STEPHANIE

411 NW Coast St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8082

COCA MOCHA JOE’S

1630 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-6444

FISH TAILS CAFÉ

3103 Ferry Slip Road

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 867-6002

ARCTIC CIRCLE

340 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-7822

BJ’S ICE CREAM

501 NW Coast Street • Suite B

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 991-1096

CANYON WAY BOOKSTORE

1216 SW Canyon Way

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8319

DEEP END CAFE

740 W Olive St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 264-8672

FLASHBACKS FOUNTAIN & GRILL

1255 N Coast Hwy,

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-1955

ARR PLACE

143 SW Cliff St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-4240

BOSQUE CAFE

4590 SE Harborton St Ste 100

Newport, OR 97365

5412642278

CARLS COFFEE

715 NW Beach Dr.

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8665

DUTCH BROS. COFFEE

822 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-4009

FLIP’N CHICK’N

912 Oregon Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 272-5456

Ove

Lucky Thai Elephant


Ove

Newport Candy

FRED MEYER DELI

150 NE 20th St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-4581

JJ HO CAFE INTERNATIONAL

715 SW Hurbert St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 272-9463

LOCAL OCEAN SEAFOODS

213 SE Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-7959

MOMIJI JAPANESE

122 Pacific Coast Scenic Byway

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 207-0476

NOBLE ESTATE TASTING ROOM

146 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 272-5222

GEORGIE’S BEACHSIDE GRILL

744 SW Elizabeth St.

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-9800

KAM MENG CHINESE

4424 N Highway 101

Newport, OR 67365

(541) 574-9450

LUCKY THAI ELEPHANT

807 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-2959

NANA’S IRISH PUB

613 NW 3rd St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-6847

OFF THE HOOK BAR & GRILL

3211 S Coast Hwy,

Newport, OR 97365-4976

(541) 867-5555

GINO’S

808 SW Bay Boulevard

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-2424

KUM-YONS RESTAURANT

1006 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-5330

MAZATLAN MEXICAN

404 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8595

NEWPORT CAFÉ

534 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-6847

OVE NORTHWEST

749 NW 3rd St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

(541) 264-2990

GYRO GUYS

342 Sw Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 961-8160

LA MAISON

315 SW 9th St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8812

MCDONALDS

1300 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-9866

NEWPORT CANDY SHOP

19 Oregon Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-2256

PANINI BAKERY

232 NW Coast St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-5033

IZZY’S CLASSIC BUFFET

5251 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-3636

LA ROCA

352 SW 9th St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-3005

MO’S RESTAURANT & ANNEX

657 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-9866

NEWPORT LIQUOR STORE

2019 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-5621

PAPA MURPHY’S

514 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-9065

JC THRIFTWAY DELI

107 Highway 101

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-9450

LEE’S WOK

306 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-6197

MOLLIES FOOD FOLLIES

3101 SE Ferry Slip Rd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 867-7075

NEWPORT STEAK & SEAFOOD

1019 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8283

PIER 839

839 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-2839

Ultralife Cafe


Clearwater Restaurant

PIG N PANCAKE

810 SW Alder Suite A

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8009

SHILO INN RESTAURANT

536 SW Elizabeth

Newport, OR 97635

(541) 265-2449

TABLES OF CONTENT

267 NW Cliff St,

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-5428

ZACH’S BISTRO

614 W Olive

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-2929

ROGUE ALES PUBLIC HOUSE

748 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-3188

SORELLA

526 NW Coast St. Suite C

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-4055

TACO BELL

2415 N Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-5127

ROGUE HOUSE OF SPIRITS

2122 Marine Science Dr

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 867-3670

SOUTH BEACH FISH MARKET

3640 S Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 867-6800

TAPHOUSE AT NYE CREEK

520 NW Alpine St,

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 272-5545

SAIL INN CAFE

134 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-8880

STARBUCKS COFFEE

122 N. Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8610

THE COFFEE HOUSE

156 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-6263

SANDBAR AND GRILL

722 NW Beach Drive

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-6032

SUBWAY

1522 Oregon Coast Hwy,

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-4209

THE HISTORIC BARGE INN

658 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8051

SEA GLASS BISTRO & LOUNGE

3019 N Coast Highway

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-9411

SUBZERO SWIRLZ

106 SW Coast Hwy,

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8269

WATERFRONT GRILLE

1000 SE Bay Blvd.

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8521

SEADOGS

839 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

541-264-8205

SUPER OSCAR’S MEXICAN FOOD

1226 Oregon Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-8222

WOLF TREE

4590 SE Harborton St.

South Beach, OR 97366

(541) 223-5766

SHARKS SEAFOOD BAR & STEAMER

852 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-0590

SZABO’S STEAKHOUSE & SEAFOOD

5188 NE Lucky Gap Road

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 574-0100

YUMMY BOWL

554 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-8783


Spoil yourself

Places to shop in Newport

regon Coast Glassworks is Newport’s center for beautiful art and exciting glass experiences. As the premier Native American

owned and operated glassblowing gallery in the area, they offer glass blowing classes, free glass blowing demonstrations,

and a gift gallery full of incredable sea life and animal sculpture, bowls, platter’s, floats, handcrafted jewelry, local beach

agates and other handcrafted items from local artists. Memorial glass items and the expertise to create your unique custom

project are also available. 616 E Olive St Newport, Oregon (541) 574-8226. www.oregoncoastglassworks.com


PLACES TO SHOP NEWPORT OREGON

3 GYPSY’S BOUTIQUE

3101 SE Ferry Slip Rd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-6531

BREACH THE MOON GALLERY

434 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9698

ENGLUND MARINE SUPPLY

880 SE Bay Blvd

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9275

JOVI

232 NW Coast. St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8220

NYE BEACH BOOK HOUSE

727 NW 3rd St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6840

ABBEY CARPET & FLOOR

345 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6167

BRIDIES IRISH FAIRE

715 NW 3rd St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-9366

FEED CORRAL

634 Pacific Coast Scenic Byway

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8299

LATTA’S FUSED GLASS

669 Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9685

NYE BEACH SWEETS

314 NW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-1963

ACE HARDWARE

2340 N Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

(541) 272-5440

CANYON WAY BOOKSTORE

1216 SW Canyon Way

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8319

FOR ARTSAKE GALLERY

258 NW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-9070

LEATHER WORKS

410 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8577

NYE BEACH WINE CELLAR

255 NW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-3292

AMPERSAND

510 N. Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-264-2090

CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME

350 E. Olive St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-3530

FORINASH GALLERY

845 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8483

MADE IN OREGON

342 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-9020

NYE COTTAGE BEADS

208 NW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6262

AQUARIUM VILLAGE

3101 SE Ferry Slip Rd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-6531

CARQUEST

145 E Olive St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2271

FRED MEYER

150 NE 20th St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4581

MAI’S ASIAN MARKET

256 E. Olive St. #A

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5868

OCEAN PULSE SURF & SKATE

428 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-7745

AT&T

2015 N Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2900

CASH & CARRY

156 NE 7th St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-7571

GROCERY OUTLET BARGAIN MARKET

721 N. Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2407

MARINER SQUARE

250 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2206

OCEANA NATURAL FOODS CO-OP

159 SE 2nd St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8285

BAYSCAPES GALLERY

333 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4017

CHARISMA

315 NW Coast St

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 265-4657

HARRY’S BAIT & TACKLE

404 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2407

MINI PET MART

1740 Pacific Coast Scenic Byway

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8355

OCEANIC ARTS

444 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5963

BEVENS’ MARKET & DELI

960 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2722

CHEAP FRILLS QUALITY RESALE

120 US 101

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9588

HASTING COASTAL WOODWORKS

3333 SE Ferry Slip South

Beach, Oregon 97366

541-867-2992

NEW 4 YOU CONSIGNMENT CLOTHING

337 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9110

OLD WORLD TATTOO PARLOUR

444 SW Coast Highway

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-270-9538

BIER ONE

116 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4630

CHILDISH TENDENCIES

412 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4491

HEALTH HAVEN VITAMINS

2009 Oregon Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-7663

NEWPORT BAY CANDLE CO.

616 E. Olive St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6111

OREGON COAST AQUARIUM

2820 SE Ferry Slip Road

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-3474

BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS

116 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8335

DIAMOND WIRELESS VERIZON

324 Coast Hwy 1

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-0311

ILLINGWORTH’S GIFTS

735 NW Beach Drive

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5094

NEWPORT FLORIST AND GIFTS

1164 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8262

OREGON COAST GLASSWORKS

616 E. Olive St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-8226

BIKE NEWPORT

150 NW 6th

Newport, Oregon 97365

1-800-446-9243

DIAMONDS BY THE SEA

2250 N Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-7755

INSCAPES GALLERY

818 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6843

NEWPORT LIQUOR STORE

2019 N Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5621

OREGON OYSTER FARMS

6878 Yaquina Bay Rd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5078

BOHEMIAN CANDLE

342 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-0300

DOLLAR TREE

44 S. Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-7950

J.C. MARKET

107 N. Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6641

NEWPORT MARINE & RV SERVICES

4354 Oregon Coast Hwy. South

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-3704

OSSIES SURF SHOP

4860 N. Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-4634

BRANDY’S BARGAINS

3101 SE Ferry Slip Rd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-4210

EAGER BEAVER DISCOUNT STORE

588 W Olive St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8438

JAMBO WORLD CRAFTS

458 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-0027

NOSTALGIA ESTATE SALES

120 Pacific Coast Scenic Byway

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4549

OZONE FINE ART

669 Bay Blvd

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9500


PEERLESS PUFFIN

742 NW Beach Drive

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-3153

PICK OF THE LITTER THRIFT STORE

633 NE Third St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-1861

PIRATE’S PLUNDER

3145 Ferry Slip Rd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-6000

PRESENTS PAST

716 NW Beach Dr.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-272-5082

QUEEN OF HEARTS

708 NW Beach Dr.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2118

QUICK’S COMPUTER SERVICES

4909 S. Coast Hwy. Suite 12A

South Beach, Oregon 97365

541-867-7515

QUILTERS COTTAGE

1610 Oregon Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4248

RAGS TO RICHES

724 SW Hurbert St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-5541

RECYCLED VIDEO GAMES

504 Oregon Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-4400

RED LOTUS MUSIC

425 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4082

REPUBLIC OF CANDY

855 SW Bay Blvd

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4082

RITE AID

2336 North Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8596

ROBY’S FURNITURE

5111 N. Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-9520

SAFEWAY INC.

2220 N Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2930

SALLY BEAUTY

2230 Oregon Coast

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2822

SJ CUSTOM JEWELERS

316 NW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-272-5300

SOUTH BEACH GROCERY

3650 SW Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-7141

THE EDGE GLASS BLOWING

3916 S Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-867-4198

THE GALLEY KITCHEN SHOP

420 SW Bay Blvd.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-264-8360

THE KITE COMPANY

407 SW Coast Hwy.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-2004

THE OLDE TELEPHONE CO.

255 SW 9th St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-272-5225

THINGS RICH AND STRANGE

255 NW Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-365-3600

TU-TU-TU KITHCHENWARE COTTAGE

222 N. Coast St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-8065

WALGREENS

27 S Coast Hwy

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-574-4405

WALMART

136 SE 1st

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-6560

WESLEY’S TRADING POST

136 SE 1st. St.

Newport, Oregon 97365

541-265-4556

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Salt Water Pool,

Private Saunas, Hot Tubs,

Year-round Crabbing

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ARTS EXPERIENCES ON THE OREGON COAST.

NEWPORT VISUAL ARTS

CENTER

777 NW Beach Dr., Newport

541-265-6540

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ARTS CENTER

777 W. Olive St., Newport

541-265-ARTS (2787)


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A REMINDER OF LIVES LOST

The wreckage of a fishing boat can be seen during a minus tide about 200 yards south of the south jetty of

Newport’s Yaquina Bay. The remains are believed to be that of the Amber Dawn II, a 43-foot crabbing vessel that

capsized in heavy seas on the night of Dec. 6, 1994 near the tip of the south jetty. All four people aboard lost their

lives. A couple of weeks later, a portion of the boat washed ashore. Heavy equipment was brought to the beach in

an effort to remove the wreckage from the surf, but the attempt was unsuccessful. It remains at the low tide mark,

buried in a considerable amount of sand. (Photo by Jeremy Burke)


‘THIS IS MY TURF’

A gull riding the air currents over Newport’s Agate Beach on Saturday,

June 27, apparently took exception to the fact that a juvenile bald eagle

had invaded his territory. After mixing it up for a bit, the eagle decided to

move on to friendlier air space. (Photo by Jeremy Burke)


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