Travel Notice:

Travel Notice:

The City of Cannon Beach/Clatsop County are in Phase 2 of the Reopening plan. Hotels/rentals are taking guests, Restaurants may offer limited seating, businesses are open with safety protocols in place. Beaches are open. The State of Oregon requires face coverings in all indoor public spaces. In addition, face coverings are required in outdoor public spaces when physical distancing is not possible. Garbage left behind on our beaches and parks has become a concern so please remember to "Pack OUT what you pack In.. help protect our environment".

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End a long day of soaking in everything Cannon Beach has to offer with a cold, fresh brew at one of our brewpubs. Pelican Brewing Company and Public Coast Brewing are two of our newest brewpubs, each offer craft beer and small batch specialty brews, joining Bill's Tavern & Brewhouse on the local brewing scene.

Pelican Brewing features a spacious bar and dining room with an open kitchen and hearth-style oven in their newly constructed location on the corner of Hemlock and Sunset. In addition to their renowned lineup of award-winning brews and ales, specialty beers are brewed on site just for Cannon Beach.

Public Coast Brewing, formerly The Lumberyard, has newly renovated their restaurant at 264 E Third Street. The name Public Coast Brewing celebrates Oregon's 363 miles of public coastline. With that philosophy of inclusion, this newer brewery offers a selection of beers that appeal to both the craft beer drinker and broader consumer.  They produce and serve seven of their own craft brews and root beer, in addition to offering rotating beers from partner breweries. 

Bill's Beers are crafted on site, on the top floor of the tavern. They use only the finest raw ingredients, most of which are locally procured. Their goal is to have a variety of styles available to suit most tastes. Bill’s selections continuously evolve to reflect the palates and preferences of their clientele.

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