Best Local Restaurants Tourists Don't Know About

Best Restaurants and pubs that the Locals Love

Welcome to our favorite restaurants that serve great food but would easily be missed if you are not from the Long Beach Washington Peninsula.  These are places that include a dive bar with delicious organic shrimp and crab salads on the menu (The Fishtrap in Chinook), or some crazy good Norweigan seafood pizza that isn't advertised anywhere found only at the Long Beach Tavern, or a high end 5 table fine-dining Italian restaurant like MyCovios with just two employees. 

MyCovio's Chef Paul



1311 Bay Ave

Ocean Park WA

Phone: 360.642.3475


-Menu-     Takeout available

MyCovio's is the perfect restaurant to add to your plans for a romantic weekend getaway. For a delicious dinner just a stone's throw from the beach, visit Chef Paul and experience his Italian food passion. Enjoy wine while waiting for the charming Dutch master from Amsterdam to prepare your feast. This incredible restaurant is within a 5-minute drive from our ocean view rentals in Ocean Park, WA. Be sure to tell Paul that Bloomer Estates sent you! MyCovio's is also rated high in our Best Fine Dining eateries.

Long Beach Tavern front sign and entrance

Long Beach Tavern

305 Pacific Ave S.

Long Beach WA 98631



 -Menu    Takeout Available

Long Beach Tavern serves GREAT Pizza.  It's a hidden gem. So few people know about it—a great place to play some pool and grab a drink with the locals, sure. But don't sleep on the LBT. Some of the Best Pizza in the Pacific Northwest is made right here. Any topping you can think of and some that will leave you scratching your head.
Come down to the Long Beach Tavern, Order your Pizza to go, Enjoy a beverage and play a game of pool while you wait. 

Patty's fish tacos Entrance in Long Beach Washington

Patty's Fish Tacos


403 Pacific Ave

Long Beach, WA 



-Menu    Takeout available

Serving halibut tacos, carne asada tacos, and crab chimichangas Patty's is the Best! Patty Lopez and her husband, Emmanuel Cholico, opened Patty’s Fish Tacos in May of 2018, after working in a restaurant for 14 years.  This walk-in taco shop is located in downtown Long Beach where most of the fun things to do can be found.  They offer an assortment of fresh fish and toppings.  Patty's is also on our list for best eateries no one knows about yet, and best cheap eats. Patty's is within walking distance of our Long Beach Washington Coast Rentals.

The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club is a brand-new breakfast spot in the heart of Seaview. The charming eatery is a welcome addition for locals and visitors with a hankering for breakfast.


4214 Pacific Way

Seaview WA



Enjoy breakfast standards with a peninsula twist, like Eggs Benedict with crab or salmon cradling perfectly poached eggs under a blanket of Hollandaise sauce. Or experience Razor Clams and Eggs, with made-to-order eggs nestled next to two coveted razor clams. Try their original Benedicts, puffy omelets, or biscuits and gravy for more traditional taste buds. If you have a sweet tooth, sink it into their thick cinnamon custard French toast or cloudlike pancakes.

Current Cafe + Surf

The latest addition to the new restaurants on Long Beach Peninsula is at Boardwalk Cottages. Current Cafe + Surf is a brand spanking new café in downtown Long Beach that offers a little something for everyone.


801 Pacific Ave S

Long beach WA



Part coffee shop, restaurant, and surf store, this cozy environment will wet your whistle, fill your belly, and ready you for your beach adventure.

Formosa Bao

An authentic Taiwanese bao shop has opened as one of the new restaurants on Long Beach Peninsula! Husband-and-wife duo Richard and Rhoda proudly run Formosa Bao in the heart of Long Beach, and you can taste the dedication of craft in every bite.


811 pacific Ave

Long beach WA


Seaview Biscuit Company

If you’re looking for an exceptional breakfast spot that dishes deliciousness without breaking the bank, look no further than the Seaview Biscuit Company. This new restaurant on Long Beach Peninsula is the culinary masterpiece brought to you by the adjacent Seaview Cottages. The cheerful burnt orange and yellow building is hard to miss, and the from-scratch kitchen is drawing crowds.


3728 Pacific Way

Seaview WA


Taco Wok

East meets West at the newly opened Taco Wok. The cheerful white, green, and orange hut is the brick-and-mortar location of the former food truck. Taco Wok offers your taste buds an international flavor mash-up. Menu items feature a fusion of Asian and Mexican options that will delight you with every forkful.


609 Pacific Ave

Long Beach WA



What do you get when you combine flour, water, heritage, and love? If you’re lucky, you’ll get WTFrybread. A local mom-and-son duo runs the Indigenous, woman-owned food truck. Their bright green truck usually has a crowd, and their menu is bursting with traditional flavors with a twist.


109 Sid Snyder dr

Long beach WA