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McMenamins Gearhart Hotel

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Judy
Judy
July 13, 2021
A great place for friends and family to gather. The back deck overlooks the golf course, a block from the ocean (no ocean view though). Great food and beer. They source ingredients fresh from local and regional growers. Kid’s menu available.
Marie
Marie
August 1, 2020
Also known as Mcmenamin's Sandtrap Restaurant, it offers views of the Gearhart Golf Course.
Malia
Malia
November 8, 2018
Love the location, view and menu. Elk burgers are delicious
Desirée & Dustin
Desirée & Dustin
August 7, 2018
Delicious pub food and great spot if you're looking for an indoor/outdoor spot to eat and hang out. Pack your golf clubs, because this hotel resides right next to the Gearhart Golf Links Course.
Michelle
Michelle
June 27, 2018
From golf to summer concerts to food and spirts.

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1157 North Marion Avenue
Gearhart, Oregon 97138
Teléfono+1 503-717-8159