BANDON, OR — Broken Anchor Bar and Grill fills the niche for lively entertainment and late-night fare in Old Town Bandon. “People love the live music and that the kitchen stays open ’til midnight,” said owner Jessica Neal.
The grill-style menu includes options for a light or hearty meal. Oregon coast flavors spice up the kitchen and bar selections. There are several seafood choices on the menu, plus a poutine appetizer
feat. Face Rock Creamery Vampire Slayer curds. Coast brews from 7 Devils Brewing, Bandon Rain and Arch Rock Brewing are on tap.
House cocktails don’t stop with the printed list– be sure to check the specials board to see what the Anchor bartenders are stirring up. “Our margaritas are the most popular thing here, and we do
rotating flavors,” said Neal.
Musicians are typically booked on weekends. The small stage provides a perfect perch for small groups. Look for local and out-of-town acts performing various styles, from folk and jazz to rock.
Seating is first-come, first-served, except for large parties. Reservations are recommended for groups of six or more. Minors are welcome in the restaurant until 10 p.m. Broken Anchor Bar and Grill is at 325 Second St. in Bandon, 541-329-2326. (http://brokenanchorbar.com/)