About The Berry Patch Restaurant
At The Berry Patch Restaurant we serve quality food in a prompt and pleasant manor. We look forward to serving you soon and hope you save room for a piece of one of our famous pies or visit our gift shop for jams, jellies and syrups. We have the widest selection of quality and tasty berry products in the Pacific Northwest. Many people stock up on our great products each year while on their way to vacation at the Oregon Coast.
Take some time to walk down our hallway and see our collection of old time logging photos and how they logged the old growth trees in our area 100 years ago.
Further down our hallway is our jam and pie kitchen. You may smell the delicious scent of our pie baker hard at work baking a variety of pies for our customers to enjoy here or take home. If you are from out of the area, try our Marionberry or Huckleberry pie as thousands of others do each year.
How it all started
Oregon Wild Berries was started by Stan Egaas in one bay of a pole building that was approved for a commercial kitchen in 1987. He started making jams using rare Little Wild Blackberries.
Needing more room, he purchased this building in 1990. Stan decided to start The Berry Patch Restaurant in 1993, which seated 56 people.
The restaurant now seats over 100 people, and offers 26 types of jams, jellies, syrups, soups and other products for sale in the gift shop. Our pies are a favorite with customers and in 2019 we made over 8,000 pies.
In January of 2020, Stan sold the restaurant to longtime employee Mylene White whose goal is to keep producing the amazing food and service The Berry Patch Restaurant is known for.
Stan is still the owner of Edwin's Soup Kitchen and you can find his great soups to purchase here.