Here are the hot spots and under-the-radar finds to know
Location: ~ West Region U.S.
Story Date: 7/17/2018
Publisher: Portland Monthly
Author: Ramona DeNies
LEGEND HAS IT that some 170 years ago, California miners who’d struck gold would celebrate with the most luxurious menu item they could get: oysters shipped down from Washington’s Willapa Bay, fetching more than $1 a shuck. (That would be, maybe, $30 today.) Call it the Long Beach Peninsula’s own gold rush: one that transformed this sleepy stretch of coast into what Thandi Rosenbaum calls the “Hamptons of the West.” At the turn of the 20th century, senators even built oceanfront manses there, like the one in Seaview Rosenbaum now owns and operates as the Sou’wester Lodge.
Place Category: Attraction, Food & Drink, Lodging, and Shopping