5 Top Eateries Along the Pacific Coast Highway

5 Top Eateries Along the Pacific Coast Highway
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The Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most famous highways in the United States. Spanning 500 miles from California to Washington, the Pacific Coast Highway, or California Highway 1, is known for its captivating ocean views, tourist destinations like the Redwood National Forest and beautiful beachfronts. Whether you’re planning to travel the entire Pacific Coast Highway, or are just nearby, consider these top 5 eateries:

Paradise Cove Cafe

Located at 21828 Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California, Paradise Cove may look familiar – it was featured on Gidget and Beach Blanket Bingo. The cafe is a popular spot for residents and visitors alike. Benefits include amazing views, quality service, highly-rated food and a laid back environment. The location also features rentals to enjoy the beach and water. Contact ph: (310-457-2503)

Fat Cats Cafe

Located at 3920 Harford Drive in Avila Beach, California, Fat Cats Cafe sits near the Port San Luis Pier. As you sit on the patio enjoying the fresh ocean air, you will overlook a breathtaking harbour. Known for excellent views, superior service and award-winning food, you will not want to miss a chance to stop and dine at this eatery. Contact ph: (805-595-2204)

Nepenthe Restaurant

Located at 48510 Highway One in Big Sur, California, Nepenthe Restaurant serves your meal 800 feet soaring over the Pacific Ocean. This family-owned restaurant with a 60+ year history is a bucket list stop for many travellers. Don’t miss your chance to dine at the edge of the continent! Contact ph: (831-667-2345).

Mo’s Restaurant

Located at 622 SW Bay Boulevard in Newport, Oregon, the Original Mo’s Restaurant is the destination for clam chowder lovers. Mo’s is home to authentic and fresh seafood, and homemade desserts of the Oregon Coast and is well-known in the Pacific Northwest.

 

Bailey's Bakery

Bailey’s Bakery Located at 26910 Sandridge Road in Nahcotta, Washington, Bailey’s Bakery and Cafe is small, but loaded with charm. The family-owned eatery only has five tables! If you need to stop for breakfast, lunch or just a baked treat – their baked scones will make your trip to the State of Washington an unforgettable one.


We think these 5 eateries alone are worth a drive along the Pacific Coast Highway, when you book your camper with Mighway. If you have other recommendations for restaurants or stops on the PCH? Tell us about them in the comments below!