Gracie's Sea Hag Restaurant

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This gem of a seaside restaurant has graced the township since the mid 1950’s, and specialises in seafood and other hearty fare. In fact, legend has it that some customers enjoyed the restaurant so much that they stayed on even after their death. Reports of paranormal activity include apparitions, strange noises and an entity that steals cutlery.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

58 U.S 101
Depoe Bay, OR
United States

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44.8109476, -124.06169260000001
Lincoln County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Depoe Bay, OR (0.2 mi.)
Lincoln Beach, OR (2.8 mi.)
Siletz, OR (9.3 mi.)
Lincoln City, OR (10.4 mi.)
Newport, OR (12.0 mi.)
Toledo, OR (14.4 mi.)
Rose Lodge, OR (16.4 mi.)
Neskowin, OR (20.8 mi.)
Waldport, OR (26.5 mi.)
Summit, OR (26.6 mi.)


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