Destination Oregon: Lincoln City Culinary Center

A visit to the Oregon Coast can mean walking along the beach, building sand castles or whale watching, but for some folks, it can mean improving your skills in the kitchen. In this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to the Lincoln City Culinary Center.

Thanks to the folks at Lincoln City Culinary Center for showing us around. Join us every Thursday night for another new edition of Destination Oregon where we take you to some of the most beautiful and interesting locations around our state.

Destination Oregon: Captain Dan’s

In business, you sometimes have to look for things that set you apart from your competition. Something that makes the customer remember you.

For this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to a business on the Oregon Coast where they’ve taken that theory to the extreme.

Thanks to the folks at Captain Dan’s for showing us around. Join us every Thursday night for another new edition of Destination Oregon where we take you to some of the most interesting places in our state.

Destination Oregon: The Oregon Clam Chowder Trail

The website “Only In Your State” lists something called “The Ultimate Oregon Clam Chowder Trail.” When Central Oregon Daily’s Dave Jones caught wind of this he immediately volunteered his Destination Oregon crew to explore this ‘clam chowder trail” along the Oregon Coast.

For this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave takes us to two of the stops along this tasty trail.

Thanks to the folks at Pelican Brewing and Gracie’s Sea Hag for showing us around and join us every Thursday night for another new edition of Destination Oregon where we take you to some of the most beautiful and interesting locations around our state.

Destination Oregon: Snug Harbor

In the historic Taft District of Lincoln City, there is an establishment that has been serving up burgers and beer since… Well, that’s not entirely clear. In this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to the longest operational bar on the Oregon Coast.

Thanks to the folks at the Snug Harbor Bar and Grill for showing us around and join us every Thursday night for a new edition of Destination Oregon when we show you some of the most beautiful and interesting destinations across our state.

Destination Oregon: Pendleton Woolen Mills

Many of us have them. They keep us warm and often become family heirlooms. The Pendleton blanket is a uniquely Oregon product that has been around for over a century. In this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to the Pendleton Woolen Mills.

A special thanks to John Boston for showing us around. Join us every Thursday when we take you to some of our state’s most beautiful and interesting locations for our Destination Oregon series.

Destination Oregon: Decadent Creations Bakery

It is not uncommon to find old buildings renovated for a new and different use–it happens all of the time. For this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to a new bakery in Hillsboro that is housed in a former mortuary.

Thanks to the folks at Decadent Creations for showing us around. Join us every Thursday when we take you to some of our state’s most beautiful and interesting locations for our Destination Oregon series.

Destination Oregon: Severe Brothers Saddlery

Sometimes, the old way of doing things is still the best way. Such is the case of a saddle-maker in Pendleton, whose time tested artistry has garnered international praise.

In this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones introduces us to Randy Severe, custom saddle maker extraordinaire.

Thanks again to Randy Severe and a special thanks to our Destination Oregon sponsor, Robberson Ford, for giving us the time and resources to take you to some of our state’s most beautiful and interesting locations every Thursday night on Central Oregon Daily.

Destination Oregon: Bible Club Pdx

Back in the prohibition days, speakeasies had ironic names like “The Office” or “The Library,” and so it is with a new bar in southeast Portland today.

In this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to the prohibition-style bar, the Bible Club Pdx.

Thanks to everyone at the Bible Club for showing us around and a special thanks to our Destination Oregon sponsor, Robberson Ford, for giving us the time and resources to take you to some of our state’s most beautiful and interesting locations every Thursday night on Central Oregon Daily.

Destination Oregon: Tillamook Creamery

If you were to guess the top tourist attractions in Oregon, your list might include Crater Lake, Mount Hood and Multnomah Falls and you’d be right.

However, in this week’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford, Central Oregon Daily’s Dave Jones takes us to a tourist attraction on the Oregon coast that has nothing to do with the beach but brings in well over a million visitors a year.

The Tillamook Creamery, located four hours northwest of Bend, is one of Oregon’s most well-known tourist attractions with 1.3 million people visiting each year.

Tillamook County boast some of the best dairy land in the world and cooperative of 90 dairy farmers in the area supply Tillamook with the quality milk it needs to produce the cheese it has become known for.

Other than cheese, visitors can also taste Tillamook’s ice cream, butter and yogurt, all of which make the creamery the best dairy destination in the Pacific Northwest.