My friend is fixing to get married in the next year or so, and she needs help finding a venue. I believe she wants it to be in Central Coastal Oregon. Ideas?
Tell your friend that she couldn’t have picked a better place to get hitched! Oregon is perfect! Check out some of these B & B wedding locations! If I had a larger group (100 or more) I would consider the Pelican Pub & Brewery in Pacific City. They have a banquet room that opens onto a sandy area right off the public beach (like getting married on the beach without all the walking) and great food and brews made on-site. On the quirkier side, my friend Kip Ward is starting a new event center in Lincoln City. It’s a former mortuary turned into a restaurant and event center — the working title is “The Eventuary.” Good luck!
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About Ask Oregon Expert Niki Price
Niki Price is the editor and co-owner of Oregon Coast Today, a weekly newspaper covering arts, entertainment and the environment on the central Oregon coast. She roams the shores of the Oregon coast, covering everything from pelican proliferation to proffered profiteroles, with two underage editorial assistants often in tow.