Red Fish Coastal Cuisine Restaurant

Opened in Summer 2010, Redfish offers affordable french-inspired coastal cuisine and drink in a modern, casual, and original setting with one of the most spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean on the Coast. Chef Patrick Zulick delivers creative and unexpected twists on french influenced Pacific Northwest coastal cuisine.

Red Fish Coastal Cuisine Restaurant
Red Fish Coastal Cuisine Restaurant

Redfish serves only the highest quality product, and we strive to source from local farmers and fishermen as often as possible. Chef Zulick continuously seeks out local and regional partnerships with family producers and artisan purveyors to ensure fresh, unprocessed foods that pay respect to the environment, our providers and our clientele. Redfish provides an excellent dining experience for intimate affairs, families, as well as parties for an exceptional value.

Beginning May, 2011, Redfish Restaurant and Hawthorne Gallery will host Port Orford’s Farmer’s Market in the Hawthorne Gallery sculpture garden, adjacent to Redfish. Come support our local produce, seafood, and meat purveyors, Saturdays from 10am – 2pm.

Please contact Jeff Mecredy with questions or to become involved. All are welcome! (jeff@hawthornegallery. com — 541.366.2266) — (RedFish 517 Jefferson Street . Port Orford . Oregon . 97465 — 541.366.2200 — Mon-Fri 11am-9pm, Sat-Sun 9am-9pm)

About Port Orford

Our identity and heritage have been based on our natural resources. We overlook the mighty Pacific. Rivers, wetlands, creeks, beaches and green bluffs all make up the wild and windy landscape. Our residents appreciate the community’s environment with fresh air, changing cloud formations all the way to the horizon, gorgeous sunsets, a mild climate and dark night sky. Like many small American towns, Port Orford is in a time of transition between our history and our future, trying to find the best way to shape development to protect and enhance our unique nature. Our past is rooted in fishing and timber, particularly the beautiful but endangered Port Orford cedar. The timber has faded, but the fishing remains a vital part of our community.

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