Culinary groups, when you visit Long Beach, Washington means you’re dining at the source. 

Here are 6 delicious places your groups won’t want to miss when visiting the Long Beach Peninsula.

 

Adrift Distillers

Adrift Distillers

Adrift Distillers

  • WHY VISIT? Experience a spirited taste of Washington. The tasting room is where groups can see the staff handcraft artisan, distinctive spirits which tell a delicious story from grain to glass. 
  • WHEN TO VISIT? Open daily, year-round.
  • WHAT TO EXPECT? Tastings and recipes that feature locally produced spirits.
  • WHERE IS IT? 409 Sid Snyder Drive, Building #3, Long Beach, WA
  • CONTACT INFO (360)642-3096
  • PRO TIPS FOR GROUPS 

 

Pickled Fish Restaurant 

Pickled Fish Restaurant

Pickled Fish Restaurant

  • WHY VISIT? Perched atop the of the Adrift Hotel the ocean views at Pickled Fish are great! Plus there’s award-winning food and five-star ratings waiting for your group. The menus focus on local, foraged, organic, grass-fed, wild-caught goodness that will delight the palates of your groups. Plus each month they feature an exclusive craft cocktail for a cause and donate a portion of the proceeds to a local charity. 
  • WHEN TO VISIT? Open daily, year-round.
  • WHAT TO EXPECT? The cuisine places an emphasis on fresh and local sourced ingredients. The food, craft cocktails, and live entertainment are thoughtfully selected to reflect and connect your groups with everything that is unique about this beautiful corner of the Pacific Northwest. They offer live music nightly so a stop at the Pickled Fish is more than dinner, it’s an experience. 
  • WHERE IS IT? 409 Sid Snyder Drive, Long BeachWA 98631
  • CONTACT INFO (360) 642-2344
  • PRO TIPS FOR GROUPS: They only accept reservations for a party of five or more. Please call or email prior to arrival to place reservations. Budget accordingly for your group meal here. The restaurant pays a living wage to their staff and adds an automatic 20% charge to all checks. 100% of this is paid to ALL employees in the form of a higher wage and benefits. Because of this, the servers do not rely on nor do they expect tips.

 

Shelburne Inn  

Shelburne Hotel

Shelburne Inn

  • WHY VISIT? Historic hotel thoughtfully updated pub and dining room.
  • WHEN TO VISIT? Open year-round.
  • WHAT TO EXPECT? Smoked chowder, fresh seafood, black garlic fried rice, and countless more goodies served in a casual, intimate environment.
  • WHERE IS IT? 409 Sid Snyder Dr, Long Beach, WA 98631
  • CONTACT INFO (360) 642-2442
  • PRO TIPS FOR GROUPS Ask about seasonal outdoor dining with access to the bocce ball court.

 

The Depot Restaurant 

The Depot

Red Wine-braised Elk with house made Gnocchi at The Depot

  • WHY VISIT? This hidden gem is located in one of the old clam train depots and offers farm to table cuisine.
  • WHEN TO VISIT? Open year-round but ask about the fall harvest season when they host a spectacular wild mushroom dinner and feature fresh oysters.
  • WHAT TO EXPECT? Casual atmosphere with fine dining. The owner and chef often greet patrons with hospitality and wonderful stories of the history of the building. Voted best clam chowder, featured in People’s Platelist and the Confetti Travel Cafe.
  • WHERE IS IT? 1208 38th Pl, Seaview, WA 98644
  • CONTACT INFO (360) 642-7880
  • PRO TIPS FOR GROUPS Call ahead because you need to make sure they have tables available for your group size.

 

Cottage Bakery and Deli 

Cottage Bakery

Cottage Bakery and Deli

  • WHY VISIT? Locally owned and operated the Cottage Bakery is a must-taste for those that love sugary carbs. Outstanding freshly baked pastries and bread! 
  • WHEN TO VISIT? Open year-round, best for breakfast “to-go” orders. 
  • WHAT TO EXPECT? Freshly baked cream puffs, scones, their specialty the “Devil Dog”, bread, light sandwiches, sausage, and gravy, and pies. Groups, please note this is a small location so plan on getting your group’s order “to-go” and eating on your tour bus, or off-site. There is not enough seating inside for groups.
  • WHERE IS IT? 118 Pacific Ave, Long Beach, WA 98631
  • CONTACT INFO (360) 642-4441
  • PRO TIPS FOR GROUPS bring cash or a company check because they don’t take credit cards.

 

Skamokawa Farmstead 

Skamokawa Farmstead

Skamokawa Farmstead

  • WHY VISIT? This working goat farm offers tours and tastings of their locally produced artisan goat cheese. Meet and play with baby goats, explore the milking parlor, watch the cheese-making process, then taste and buy artisan cheeses! Groups love this place, it’s educational, fun, and delicious! Ask about their locally sourced cranberry chevre. Your tour will fill your group with a wonder for the homestead/farm life. 
  • WHEN TO VISIT? Spring through Fall (Early spring is kidding month when there are lots of baby goats to visit)
  • WHAT TO EXPECT? From the moment the gate opens you may feel like family. Your group will enjoy a tour of the farm and the chance to see cheese being made and learn all about the process and the methods. Beautiful farm, animals are well cared for, and friendly staff. The environment is clean and the goats are happy because happy goats make great cheese! Tastings are included with the tour. Be sure to leave time for your group to shop in the gift shop. 
  • WHERE IS IT? 1681 SR-4, Skamokawa, WA 98647
  • CONTACT INFO (360) 846-7264
  • PRO TIPS FOR GROUPS Ask about their “caramel sauce” it delicious to sample. Please note this is a standing and walking tour with little to no seating.

 

For more insider tips on planning a group tour, and/or for group lodging, additional experiential dining or charter transportation contact Ragan Myers, Tourism and Events Coordinator. 

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