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Lounging in Lincoln City
Published: 02/17/2010
The lounge at The Bay House in Lincoln City offers an award-winning wine selection, sophisticated bar menu, a cozy fireplace and a panoramic view of Siletz Bay.
The lounge at The Bay House in Lincoln City offers an award-winning wine selection, sophisticated bar menu, a cozy fireplace and a panoramic view of Siletz Bay.
photo by Gary Hayes

Cool Lincoln City locales where you can wine, dine and dance or just relax, enjoy and indulge.

Bayside Lounge at The Bay House: A major addition to this renowned coastal fine dining restaurant, the lounge at The Bay House Restaurant provides panoramic views of Siletz Bay and comfortable seating areas. Grab a window seat for great views or a sofa by the fireplace. Enjoy a selection from the award-winning wine list featuring over 2000 choices or order your favorite martini. A small plates menu offers big flavors in small portions, most priced under $10. Listen to live music every Saturday night and sample featured wine on Wine Wednesday from 4:30-6pm. The Bay House recently added a chauffeur-driven limousine to provide customers with pick up and drop off service in the local area.

Rogue River Lounge at Chinook Winds Casino: This lounge offers the atmosphere of a big city nightclub with a small city crowd. Located on the second floor, you will be treated to a panoramic ocean view or you can catch the game on the big-screen television. Choose a drink from their monthly drink specials while you play your favorite slot games. Get your groove on Friday and Saturday nights with music by DJ Ultrasonic and dance the night away on the large dance floor.

Fathoms Penthouse Restaurant & Bar: This upscale casual lounge sits atop the 10th floor of the Inn at Spanish Head and offers an amazing ocean view. Try a specialty cocktail like the Cadillac Margarita with fresh squeezed lime or a Lemon Drop with fresh squeezed lemon. You can sample several items from their extensive appetizer menu priced at only $2-$4 each. The lounge is open 2pm-10pm daily. On Sundays, the Champagne Brunch Buffet in the lounge features a wide array of hot and cold items, and includes coffee, juice and Champagne for under $24.

DaddyO’s Lounge at Kyllos Seafood & Grill: Overlooking the world’s shortest river, D River, DaddyO’s offers a casual experience. Enjoy game day on any of three big-screen televisions, order dinner from the full-service menu, or try one of their specialty drinks. The DaddyO Bikini Martini features Malibu rum, pineapple and orange juice with a squeeze of lime, or enjoy their house margarita with agave. - By Cristine Shade

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