Oregon hiking is hard to beat with old growth forests, canopy of lush scenery and views to die for.
My favorite stretch of Oregon beaches is south of Cannon Beach and beyond, with cute beaches such as Hug Point, Manzanita and everything inbetween, so we decided to stop off at cute little Neahkahnie Beach for some lounge time after our hike.
So how was the food? Well sometimes you can't separate the food from the service, especially when it comes to sushi and if you end up sitting at the sushi bar. And all we can say is Fishes seemed to be ran by a bunch of high school kids who wanted to hang out and make some extra summer cash. The whole operation was amateur to say the least, but one thing we can say for Fishes is it is damn lucky they are so close to the ocean, the quality of the ingredients made up for the lack of proper sushi rolling technique and poorly executed/timed service. The menu is very limited to just the basics, so we didn't expect too much. However, how often is it you can get dungeness crab california roll and a chirashi bowl that actually had locally caught tuna and not imported/unsustainable bluefin? The sushi rice was also really good.
It was such a lovely day. We had a great time and a well appreciated vacation break from our vacation.