Panini Bakery


My wife and I were on a one week driving vacation in Oregon not long back. After picking up our rental car at Portland airport we headed to the coast and commenced to work our way down. We stopped along the way at famous tourist spots and places that we found interesting. Our last coastal stopover was beautiful Newport where we had a late dinner at Georgie’s Beachside Grill inside the Hallmark Resort Hotel where we spent a very comfortable night.

Everything about our dinner was sensational including the amazing complimentary artisan Sourdough Bread. We asked Tamie our server . . . did you guys bake this delicious bread ? We get it from Panini Bakery 5 minutes down the road was her reply. Immediately after breakfast at The Coffee House the next morning we scooted straight over here to buy some fresh bread supplies. The bakery smelled so wonderful when we walked in around 10am . . like the smell of bakeries from my childhood hometown.

The staff were very helpful while we fussed about deciding on our selections. We bought a bunch of Artisan Breads, Jalapeño Queso Sourdough & Chocolate Croissants to take to our kids at our next stop in Eugene. Just as we were about to leave I noticed a couple of the guys making a huge pizza so I asked for a photo pose. Everything tasted really good when we made sandwiches for lunch in Eugene. This is a fantastic bakery with friendly staff, great tasting coffee and delicious pizzas too !

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232 NW Coast St. Newport, OR 97365


(541) 272 5322

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Michael Burke

I'm an expat Aussie ( now a naturalized American citizen ) who moved to Southern California in 2006 with my American born wife Sherri. I like to write reviews about the most memorable restaurants, coffee shops, cafes, brew pubs and anything new that we find in our travels. I particularly look for excellent food & beverage consistency, good value for money plus friendly service.

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