Drive-thru coffee stands near Cannon Beach and Manzanita
Divine Grounds (Seaside/Hwy 101 at Hwy 26 Junction) — Featuring Sleepy Monk Coffee and pastries from Dough Dough, Divine Grounds is a great place to stop before hopping on Hwy 26 to head toward Portland.
Dutch Bros (Seaside/Hwy 101 between 17th and 24th) — With a cult following in seven western states, the Dutch Bros drive-through coffee chain is known for its irreverent customer service and “secret” menu items (try the Pumpkin Pie Breve). This location is at the northern end of Seaside just north of Seaside High School.
Rise & Grind (Seaside/Hwy 101 at Ave Q) — Located in the old Mama Bair’s Java Den and Kickass Koffee drive-through stand next to the Thai Me Up restaurant, Rise & Grind brews Sleepy Monk coffee and fresh juices.
Brew 22 (Seaside/Hwy 101 at South Holladay) — Another quality coffee drive-through, Brew 22 features a full assortment of coffee drinks, along with an awesome house-made espresso ice cream, fresh-baked goods, real-fruit smoothies, and milkshakes.
Sunset Coffee (Elsie/Hwy 26) — Pop in here the next time you’re making your way to/from the coast for coffee, breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos, pastries and bagels. Sunset Coffee is 10 miles east of the Hamlet Quick Stop (US 26 and Hwy 53)
Hugo’s (Nehalem/Hwy 101 at 8th Street) — Locals swear by Hugo’s coffee shack, located at Hwy 101and 8th Street just before 101 goes hard south through downtown Nehalem. Serving up coffee, tea, and milkshakes, along with breakfast burritos, muffins, and bagels.