Port Orford (Tolowa: tr’ee-ghi~’- ’an’ ) is a city in Curry County on the southern coast of Oregon, United States. The population was 1,133 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Port Orford
4.5 based on 498 reviews
Crazy's is an old school Fish and Chips joint. All food is made from scratch-no packages, no junk. We make delicious desserts, soups, salads and burgers as well as fish. When available there will be local fish and veggies! We keep short hours in the waning light because we all should!
We stoppedTop quality fish and chips + fried oysters. Stopped here randomly on a road trip but very very happy we did. Excellent food. Cheers!Thanks for letting us fuel your roadie! Glad you had a good visit! See you next time!
4 based on 5 reviews
Ice Cream 101 is located in Port Orford, Oregon. We are located right on Highway 101 and serve all of your favorite ice cream basics. Our waffle cones are made fresh in-house. Along with all the favorite Umpqua flavors we have a variety of frozen treats, including ice cream for your dogs.
This store just recently opened and is the first dedicated ice cream store in Port Orford in recent history. The owner is very nice and she makes her own waffle cones. She serves Umpqua ice cream - our choice for excellent quality! Try it, you'll like it.
4.5 based on 496 reviews
WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 2017. <br>WE WILL REOPEN FEBRUARY 1, 2017<br><br>Opened in Summer 2010, Redfish offers Contemporary Coastal cuisine and drink in a modern, casual, and original setting with one of the most spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean on the Coast. Redfish serves sustainable products from local farmers and fishermen wherever possible. Our Chef uses the freshest local and regional foods in partnership with family producers and artisan purveyors. Redfish provides an excellent dining experience for intimate affairs, families and large parties. Call for hours at 541.366.2200. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner and Sundays brunch as well.
Red Fish is a wonderful restaurant. It's the ambiance you notice first, whether the warm and inviting yet modern interior or the deck out back. The deck might have the best restaurant view on the Oregon coast looking out to a lovely Pacific beach. Then...MoreThank you for taking the time to review us. We appreciate it. Looking forward to your next visit.
4 based on 276 reviews
Small Restaurant Located Right On The Dock - Fresh And Delicisiou Seafood Right Off The Boats..
No pretense, no frills, just a simple shack (with an attached gift shop) and small kitchen with a somewhat simple dining area facing the ocean. Griff's is literally plunked down right in the middle of a working dock, with fishing fleet boats mere steps away and cranes and other vehicles parked around it. You could easily miss it among all the stuff if you weren't looking for it.
We had a shrimp salad and fish and chips, along with some craft beers (in a bottle), sitting at a no-nonsense wooden table with an ocean (and parking lot) view. Service was friendly enough, though they were out of a lot of things at that point in the day (lunchtime). The food was okay, not amazingly delectable or terrible, and the price was reasonable. Overall, this just wasn't all that memorable or special a dining experience but it served our purposes, mostly because everything else in town was closed - we were visiting Port Orford on a Monday.
Charming in its own way, but not a must-see.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
The food was basic here, nothing particularly memorable, but was good enough to get us on our way. The biscuits and gravy were especially good, based on one of partys comments. Not a lot of choices in Port Orford, so give them a try...just dfon't expect a wow. Cute place, kind of like an old style diner.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Bakery - pastries, cupcakes, cookies, bread. Wine Shop. Candy. Local Beer. Growler fills. Lunch daily. Full Breakfast on Sunday. Farmer's Market on Saturday
We bought a loaf of sourdough bread to go with our cracked crab dinner. The bread was the star; the crab wasn't bad but the bread was life changing. Nice crust and perfect texture to the bread.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
I had a salted caramel mocha when I was here and it was one of the top 3 I've had. The young lady behind the counter was very friendly and there are a couple of tables to relax at if you so choose. I am looking forward to getting to visit again.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Market and bakery with full salad bar. Also serving hot sandwiches and made from scratch soups, chowder and chili. 12 flavors or ice cream.
Luckily we spotted this place on a Sunday afternoon, thirsty for coffee, on our way through this town. It is just off the main road, so keep your eyes open....
We tried the ice-cream (delicious) and took a few treats along for later, including the home-made hummus and a wonderful tomato! And of course a take-away coffee, our original reason for stopping.
Very friendly, sweet woman who does all the cooking herself, and made us a fresh pot of coffee.
4 based on 10 reviews
A very small oceanfront town with friendly people in an awesome location. Good place for hiking, biking,beach combing or generally lying around. Fabulous views of ocean and a small lake. Great place for an Eco vacation. Agate beach, pine forests, fresh air! Not crowded at all as a bit off the beaten path.
3.5 based on 16 reviews
My family will never return to this place! Some hag named Avita(?) swearing and yelling at everyone; we don't let our kids listen to that language! Lot's of drunks hanging outside smoking and swearing! Other reviewer was there when we stopped and maybe works there named Penney. We also were overcharged and when we asked girl said she though our change was her tip and then didn't return full amount! It is a drunk bar and not much more. Maybe waitress was drunk.
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