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Things To Do

A trip to Seabrook, Washington, should always include hiking, roaming the beach, and indulging in the food scene. While visiting the area, most people will take the short 5-minute drive over to Pacific Beach and explore the shore. You’ll need to stop for a bite to eat after enjoying the ocean, and Pacific Beach, WA, restaurants are some of the best. We’ve compiled a guide to the best eateries in the area to help you find the top spots. To learn more about Pacific Beach, WA, restaurants as well as local attractions and activities, check out our Things To Do page. As you’re planning your trip to the Pacific Northwest, be sure to also look at our Events page. You may want to attend one of the many year-round happenings and festivals that take place in our seaside town.

Top 5 Pacific Beach, WA, Restaurants

The Stowaway

Spending a day at The Stowaway makes for an ideal afternoon on vacation. This charming wine and cheese shop offers a variety of charcuterie plates with delicious meats and unique cheeses. Pair your selections with the perfect red, white, or sparkling wine. You can also opt for the white or red flights to try multiple wines on your visit. Friendly sommeliers are happy to help you choose wine and cheese pairings.

Frontager’s Pizza

By far one of the best places for pizza in Seabrook, WA, Frontager’s Pizza serves up delicious brick-oven pies topped with fresh, local ingredients. Though you’ll want to come for the pizza, don’t miss out on the extensive antipasti list. Start with the whipped ricotta or antipasti board to share with the table. The brick oven infuses a smoky flavor and creates a satisfyingly crunchy crust, making every pizza out of this world. The menu is a mix of classic pies, like Margherita and Neapolitan marinara, and unique offerings like the pie topped with cured speck ham, fresh pineapple, and mozzarella.

Seagate Restaurant & Lounge

Known for its quintessential dive bar atmosphere, Seagate is a local beach bar that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For a typical diner-style breakfast, order the classic breakfast sandwich, a three-egg omelet, or the egg plate breakfasts with bacon, sausage, and hashbrowns. From the dinner menu, Seagate is applauded for the burgers and Philly cheesesteak. While you wait for your food, enjoy a drink from the bar and play a game of pool at the billiards table.

Mill 109

Another excellent spot for breakfast, Mill 109 offers mouthwatering morning options like bread pudding French toast and a Seabrook Benedict with crab cakes. The afternoon and dinner menus are a combination of sandwiches and salads alongside entrees of meat, seafood, and pasta. Some standout items include the clam chowder and the fish and chips.

Red Velvet Bakery By the Sea

If you’re looking for a quick lunch or a small snack to start off your morning, check out this Seabrook, WA, bakery! Red Velvet Bakery By the Sea offers sandwiches, soups, pastries, and locally sourced coffee. This is the perfect spot to enjoy a meal on the outdoor patio while people watching.

Find the Perfect Vacation Rental for Your Family 

Now that you know all the best Pacific Beach, WA, restaurants, you’ll need to book comfortable accommodations. Let Seabrook Cottage Rentals provide the ideal vacation home for you and your family. Offering oceanfront locations, quaint cottages, and big houses for large groups, Seabrook Cottage Rentals is sure to have a property that fits your needs. This adorable, cozy Turtle Time property is an excellent vacation rental for groups of 6 or less. With two beds and a pull-out sofa, this rental is located in the North Alder neighborhood, which includes a shared firepit area to convene with others. You can walk to the nearby Crescent Park and let the kids enjoy the playground or take advantage of the indoor pool and hot tub.