Bandon makes me feel like I’ve stepped into a New England seaside town, they’ve even got the chowda to seal the deal. Yum Yum Yummy!
Lot and lots of chowder. So much that it was hard to decide where we should eat, but Tony’s Crab Shack seemed to be the busiest on the boardwalk so we quickly decided this was our place for a seafood treat.
I tried the New England style Clam Chowder and the Bandon’s Famous Crab Sandwich. While both were amazing, I probably enjoyed the crab sandwich more. It was insanely delicious.
They even brought out a dog bowl of water for Lemon. Man, I thought California was dog friendly but people here take it to another level. They love dogs!!
Ok on to exploring the tiny seaside town which is also known as the cranberry capital of Oregon. You can find jams, fudge, and other treats in most of the stores in Bandon located across from a boardwalk and pier which add to the picturesque town.
The town also has some very neat outdoor artwork. You can see a giant bird and fish that have been made out of marine debris! The debris has been collected from the beach and reworked into large scale pieces of art. It’s called the Washed Ashore Project.
And the fun doesn’t stop there, Bandon is also known for it’s beautiful beaches and the ever famous Face Rock!
Can you see her? In the Rock? Here is more information on the legend of Face Rock. The beach is absolutely beautiful. It makes to for great pictures, and sunset strolls !
“Sea” you soon! Adventure awaits.