Sam’s Seaside Cafe proudly serves the Seaside, Oregon area. We have built our customer base through hard work and determination, something that has allowed us to become the company we are today. We take great pride in providing you with top-level service and promise complete satisfaction when choosing us for all of your dining needs. We are close off the beach!
We are dedicated to providing you with the right solutions for all your dining needs. Our staff strive to offer our customers the latest in our field. We are always educating ourselves on the latest food industry practices. This ensures that anyone who calls Sam’s Seaside Cafe will be 100% satisfied.
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We look forward to serving you.
3 star rating
We were looking for somewhere to eat that didn't involve food on a stick or served on a paper plate. We said" what the heck" and walked into Sams. We were a party of 6 and found a table right away. The server was with us super quick, hes a tall slim man with gray hair and glasses, and he knows how to work the room. Our drinks came quick and were never empty. Full glasses of soda would appear before the kids ever had to ask for a refill and he kept hubby and I properly sauced in beer. The food was good, I had a crab melt. Crab was fresh. ($16) came with fries. Kids had hamburgers ($8) and voted them top notch. We all decided to make this a regular stopping place when we visit seaside every year.
Excellent burgers and sandwiches. Be sure to try the Smoked Onion Dip on your fries and chips! (They gave us the recipe!)
5 star rating
We had dinner here our first night in Seaside. Our waiter, Sam, was a great guy and enjoyed talking to us. Our food came fast...I had the Shrimp Louie Louie Salad and my husband had the Halibut and fries. He thought it was the best fish he's had. We both loved the fries. Homemade, skinny and tender and very tasty. The salad looked on the small side but had plenty of shrimp and fresh tomatoes and ripe avocado. The size was great for me but someone who eats big portions may be a bit disappointed. We recommend this place highly!
5 star rating
Who would have thought a plain old burger would be better than the seafood I ate fresh from the ocean? I visited here for lunch on a trip with my girlfriend from Seattle after a bad night at a seafood place next to our hotel. (Who prepares "grilled" oysters by breading them and dousing them in oil?) Fun decor, steps from the beach, and a very friendly, casual waiter. He highly recommended the Fort George Brewery Vortex Ale, perhaps the smoothest and most flavorful IPA I've ever had. I'm not big on IPAs, but this selection from nearby Astoria was heavenly. The charbroiled burger was done to perfection as well, and the thin, slightly crispy fries were just what I needed. There wasn't a bad bite or sip (which also included the Rogue Shakespeare Stout) in the entire meal. This place made my day immensely better, and I'll be sure to return