Pacific Blues Natural Cafe & Wine Bar

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175 2nd St SE, Bandon, Oregon, USA, 97411

Founded in 1996 by its owner & chef as a place to enjoy wine and beer with snacks, this restaurant has grown to offers an electic bistro menu featuring dishes from around the world. Open Mon-Wed 11:00am-3:00pm, Thu 11:00am-4:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-6:00pm, Sat 11:00am-5:00pm, Sun 11:00am-4:00pm. Open hours vary seasonally.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, American, International, Organic, Beer/Wine

7 Reviews

First Review by jrm212

Cozy, Tasty, & Funky [atmosphere] - Edit

Great little cafe in the heart of Old Town. Long time owner is a character with a wonderfully dry sense of humor if you can appreciate that : ) We got a vegan pizza and the beach bum rice plate. Both were on point and I would get them again! Seems that most menu items can be "veganized"! Yeehaw

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an oasis for vegetarians - Edit

Bandon locals and visitors are very lucky to have this vegetarian cafe on main street (2nd Street) in Old Town. You can sit at tables on the sidewalk to enjoy coffee, beer or wine with a large menu of delicious natural food choices and daily specials. Pacific Blues is an oasis for vegetarians with excellent food you won't find anywhere else. Enjoy!

Pros: Excellent food prepared with care, unique vegetarian menu, sidewalk dining

Cons: limited hours

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Nice and cozy... - Edit

This is a cute and cozy place with quite a few options for a vegetarian. Vegans should watch the food being prepared if getting it to go. Although I had requested vegan many times I came away with a bunch of non-vegan cheese and was unable to return the meal.

Pros: Many vegetarian options

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Fantastic Little Restaurant - Edit

This is our new favorite restaurant. The vegan options are delicious! I had a lovely fresh sandwich on a roll with guacamole and fresh raw veggies and in-house homemade vegan cheese. It was so good, I wished I could have eaten two. Marcos had the cajun bbq, and it was so good, it was gone before I finished my sandwich. The owner is really friendly and cool and vegan, although there is also vegetarian food here. I was really, really happy to find this bistro. (and there are passionflowers everywhere!)

Pros: delicious, vegan options, wine

Cons: it closes at 5

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Delicious vegetarian/ vegan meals - Edit

This is a fun and interesting little restaurant with an excellent menu and tasty daily specials. The red pepper special was stuffed with well-seasoned rice with vegetables and cheese, which was also available with vegan cheese made on the premises. It was fabulous! Two of us had two different whole-meal salads, each a unique combination of grains, greens, cooked and fresh vegetables, topped with a scoop of an avocado salad. All the dishes were accompanied with freshly-baked bread. The dining room was brimming with interesting things to look at and buy, but it was the really excellent menu, well-prepared and tastefully presented, that will bring us back again next time we're in the area.

Pros: excellent food, friendly staff, food value

Cons: not open in the evening during the week

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Coast Explorer Magizine - Edit

Updated from previous review on Tuesday March 18, 2014

Updated from previous review on Tuesday March 18, 2014
Pacific Blues
When the salty sea breeze excites your appetite, head to Pacific Blues. Pacific Blues café and wine shop menu features organic wine and zesty vegetarian fare. Signature entrees such as the Beach Bum in Paradise plate and Italian Stuffed Red Pepper with pesto are served with salad greens and warm tortilla or lightly toasted cheese bread. Guests who just want a light bite may choose to split an appetizer with a friend, stuffed mushrooms are a treat shared under the afternoon sun at a sidewalk bistro table. Proprietor Jason Tree is happy to uncork wines by nearby Oregon Rogue and Umpqua valley vineyards, as well as regional craft beer, such as award winning MacPelican's Scottish Style Ale from Pelican Brewery. Sample from one of several organic wines offered each day, or relax with the featured glass of Our Daily Red. Like what you're sipping? Purchase wine by the bottle or order online at
Pacific Blues, 175 Second Street SE (541) 347-3326

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Served the purpose - Edit

Strange place and not a lot of vegan options, but in the midst of fish-and-chips land we were happy to have found it to grab sandwiches to go and eat on the pier. Owner was willing to tweak our order to make it vegan; served on fresh-baked bread, with tortilla chips on the side. Would've wished for more actual vegetables (salad etc) but we appreciated the effort.

Pros: Veg in the midst of no-veg-land, Flexibiility

Cons: Slow

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treetones 18 Mar 2014 - We are all Vegetarian! Salads are a huge part of our menu. MANY vegan options....  

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