Have you ever craved the excitement of dining out, indulging in dishes that transcend the boundaries of your home kitchen? That's precisely the allure of Bay City Kitchen, nestled in the heart of Bay City, Oregon. Recently, I had the pleasure of experiencing its culinary delights, spurred by enticing reviews and a revamped menu.

Stepping into Bay City Kitchen, my senses were immediately captivated by the aroma of freshly prepared dishes and the welcoming ambiance. Accompanied by a dear friend, we embarked on a culinary adventure that left an indelible impression.

Our lunch selections were nothing short of spectacular. I opted for the tantalizing crab fried rice, accompanied by a velvety vanilla latte, while my companion savored the geoduck clam chowder, enriched with housemade bacon. Despite the gastronomic indulgence, our bill totaled a mere $25 for both meals, a testament to Bay City Kitchen's commitment to affordability without compromising quality.

While we resisted the temptation of the soup of the day - purple broccoli cheddar soup - our curiosity was piqued by Bay City Kitchen's array of freshly baked goods, ideal for immediate gratification or takeaway. The refrigerator/freezer section beckoned, offering a tempting selection of soups, including the herbed butternut squash variety, which I later customized with chicken and hearty noodles for an exquisite home-cooked meal.

Bay City Kitchen's dedication to locally sourced ingredients shines through its diverse beverage selection, featuring Scott Smith Tea, Sattwa Chai, Degarde beer, and Finn River Pear Cider. Under the culinary expertise of Chef Derek and pastry virtuoso Chef Kathy, Bay City Kitchen proudly caters to diverse dietary preferences, with an abundance of vegan and gluten-free options.

For those seeking an extraordinary dining experience, I wholeheartedly recommend Bay City Kitchen's Sunday suppers. Picture this: succulent Dungeness crab, steamed and roasted to perfection, complemented by roasted garlic, preserved lemon, crab compound butter, and bucatini pasta, accompanied by a vibrant salad of mixed local radishes, shaved fennel, citrus, dulse, and toasted seeds and nuts. To conclude, a citrus tart awaits, a harmonious blend of Meyer lemon curd, white chocolate, and candied kumquats - all for $35 per plate, served from 5-8pm.

Navigating Bay City Kitchen is a breeze; peruse the menu near the register, place your order, and await delivery at your table. The tranquil ambiance, coupled with panoramic views of the mountains, Bay City village, and the bay, sets the stage for an unforgettable dining experience.

Whether you're planning a romantic date night, a casual lunch with friends, or simply seeking culinary enlightenment, Bay City Kitchen beckons with open arms.

Operating hours are Thursday to Monday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, with Sunday dinner service from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Visit Bay City Kitchen at 5535 Hayes Oyster Dr., Bay City, OR, or explore their offerings online at baycitykitchen.com. Connect with them on Facebook at https://m.facebook.com/baycitykitchen for the latest updates and specials.


Blog contributed by Debbie Carr, Rob Trost Real Estate



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