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Restaurants

Albatross
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225 14th St
503-741-3049
Albatross is a small farm to table restaurant and bar on Oregon's beautiful north coast. Sister restaurant to thistle in McMinnville, OR.
Astoria Coffee House & Bistro
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243 11th St.
503-325-1787
By Day ACH is a popular trend-setting coffee house with free WIFI, handcrafted coffee, homemade pastries, panini sandwiches, seasonal salads, daily soup specials, comfort food, local organic beer & wine, NY Times & assorted newspapers / weekly events / music on the weekends.

By night the ACH dinner menu is transformed to the finest of comfort foods with items such as: My Father's Meatloaf with mashed potatoes and gravy, Mac & Cheese, & the Backyard Burger. There are also inventive dinner specials with fresh local seafood and a beverage menu serving fine wines and a specialty cocktail menu.
Baked Alaska
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1 12th St. #1
503-325-7414
Baked Alaska features Northwest cuisine boasting everything from grilled Wild Salmon, to seared Albacore, to hand tossed pizza and fresh cut steaks. Every table in the dining room offers a river view. They offer deck seating when the weather cooperates, and two banquet rooms accommodating groups from 20-60. The Northern Lights Lounge serves up a large regional and international wine list, signature cocktails and a nice draft beer selection to lounge patrons and restaurant guests alike. Live music and theme nights throughout the week.
Baked Alaska Pizzeria
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1 12th St. #1
503-325-7414‎
Looking for that awesome pizza? Check out the Baked Alaska's 800 degree brick oven. They offer a great kids menu with tons of healthy options. Many menu items can be gluten free, including their pizzas. Super kid friendly. Perfect for that special night out!
Blue Ocean Thai Cuisine
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1040 Commercial St.
503-325-1316
Best Thai on the North Coast with pad Thai, curry dishes, fresh basil rolls and other fine Thai dishes.
Blue Scorcher Bakery
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1493 Duane St.
503-338-7473
Blue Scorcher is a worker collective that creates artisan breads, pastries and handcrafted seasonal foods using local and organic ingredients.
Coffee drinks are made with Sleepy Monk organic fair trade coffee and Noris Dairy organic milk. They offer a wide selection of magazines and periodicals, and a children's area with a play kitchen.
You can also find us at Astoria Sunday Market May thru Oct.
Check out our website for special events such as Classical Music Brunches and our Special Dinner Series.
Bowpicker
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17th and Duane Streets
503-791-2942
Folks line up at this "deep-fried tuna stand" in an old fishing boat to order mouth-watering fish and chips. Picnic tables are on hand, if it's sunny.
Bridgewater Bistro
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20 Basin St.
503-325-6777
At the Bridgewater Bistro, the most important "recipe" is a combination of: fresh, regional food and beverages, bold and interesting flavors, and affordable prices. Caring, friendly, professional and consistent service - as we have provided for 28 years. Casual and fine dining on two levels of a renovated historic boatyard. Private parties up to 55. Stunning bridge and river views from every table - included at no extra charge!
Charlie's Chowder House
1335 Marine Dr.
503-325-2368
Astoria's seafood and chowder house. Plates, soups, salads, sandwiches and more.
Clemente's
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1198 Commercial St.
503-325-1067
Clemente's is a lovely European style restaurant serving a quaint, yet casual lunch and a formal dinner with an emphasis on fresh, local seafood. The lunch menu is diverse with a large selection of authentic seafood, beautiful salads, specialty sandwiches and pasta. The dinner menu offers authentic Adriatic cuisine from the coasts of Italy and Croatia and emphasizes local fresh seafood, authentic pastas and free-range meats. The chef is from an Italian family and the sous chef is from a coastal Croatian family. All dishes are prepared using all natural superior ingredients and inventive pairings. The wine list is brief yet quite comprehensive.
Columbian Cafe
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1114 Marine Dr.
503-325-2233
Owner and Head Chef Uriah Hulsey creates dishes with a spicy flare and the freshest local ingredients, and is vegan friendly. A full bar is offered via The Voodoo Room, adjacent to the cafe and the Columbian Theater.
Fort George Brewery + Public House
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1483 Duane St.
503-325-7468
Brew masters Chris and Jack's brewpub showcases unique and tasty beer recipes, homemade sausages and menu items made with the freshest organic local ingredients. On the second floor artisan pizza is baked in a wood-fired oven.
Beers are sold to go by the growler or by the keg. Located on the site of the original Fort George settlement, a truly historic site and a fun atmosphere. Sundays they have live music starting at 8pm. Never a cover charge.
Fort George/Lovell Brewery + Taproom
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1483 Duane St.
503-325-7468
As the Fort George Brewery stretched out into a brewery block in late 2010, the Lovell Auto Building was renovated to house a 30 barrel brewhouse, canning line, and taproom. Much like the Lovell Arcade of old, as the brewery expands we have hosted markets, speeches, and concerts. The brewery and taproom is open to the public Friday through Sunday. This space will continue to evolve just like our beers.
Fulio's Pastaria & Tuscan Steak House
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1149 Commercial St.
503-325-9001
Pasta dishes & fine Italian cuisine, all you can eat steamer clams Thursday nights, full cocktail bar, small banquet room. Chef Roscoe, owner of Fulio's, is a seasoned veteran of the restaurant business, having logged over 30 years.
Geno's
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3693 Leif Erickson Dr.
503-325-4927
A family restaurant serving pizza and burgers. You can dine in, take out, or have it delivered. Entertainment for the kids, big and small, with our video arcade and big screen TVs.
Himani Indian Cuisine
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1044 Marine Dr.
503-325-8171
Long before Himani Indian Cuisine became a tangible creation, the conceptual ingredients were all there. The Kancharla family embodied the elements that would soon become the heartbeat of their new restaurant: a desire to serve people, a passion for rustic, traditional cooking, and a love for their home country of India.
Hong Kong Restaurant
2813 Marine Dr.
503-325-5344
Cantonese & Szechwan style Chinese food; American menu also available. To-go orders welcome.
Labor Temple Bar & Diner
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934 Duane St.
503-325-0801
Then and now, good food & fun! Enjoy "Midnight Diner Breakfast" in the historic Labor Temple Diner on Friday & Saturday nights until 2 pm the following day, along with daily lunch specials. Happy Hour 4 to 6 pm every day. Live music and full service bar with billiards and video lottery. A splendid time is guaranteed for all.
Merry Time Restaurant
995 Marine Dr.
503-325-5606
Merry Time has been in business since the 70's serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Biscuits and gravy, burgers, and fish & chips are their specialties. It's a sports bar where you can watch the latest game while you play a game of pool. The Merry Time also serves a full bar.
Portway Tavern
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422 W. Marine Dr.
503-325-2651
Great beer-batter halibut fish & chips, charbroiled steaks, hamburgers, and clam chowder are the highlights of the Portway's menu. The Portway, built in 1923, is the oldest watering hole in the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies. The Portway seems to still hold the spirit of "Portway Paul", or at least their bartenders believe so. Stop by and see the history. The building looks much like it did in 1923, including a Shanghai door. Ask where the "fighting pit" is. Guinness and microbrews on tap, with single malts available. Eighteen wines by the glass.
Rio Cafe
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125 9th St.
503-325-2409
Authentic Mexican food, all your favorites prepared their special way with the freshest ingredients. A full bar with live music on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
Riverview Buffet
77 11th St.
503-468-0607
Featuring fish and chips, sushi, Chinese and Asian food. Located on the Columbia River and offering on the river seating.
Rogue Public House
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100 39th St. Pier 39
503-325-5964
Opened in July 2007 in the former Bumble Bee Tuna cannery on Pier 39. Features micro brews, meeting and party space, burgers, pizza and outside seating, all with a Columbia River view.
Rollin' Thunder BBQ
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#77 C 11th St.
503-325-5936
Southern Style hickory smoked barbeque located in Pier 11 Mall, serving 1/3rd to full rack of ribs, smoked chicken, & beef brisket with corn bread, ranch beans and tarter, mac & coleslaw salads. $5 lunch special daily.
Silver Salmon Grille
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1105 Commercial St.
503-338-6640
Silver Salmon Grille reflects a cozy, intimate and casual but elegant dining experience with stunning architectural treatments and superb interior decor.

They serve lunch, dinner, banquets, wine tasting, a full bar and catering. Happy Hour menu Mon-Fri 3:30 to 6:30 pm.
T. Paul's Supper Club
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360 12 St.
503-325-2545
Come celebrate your birthday with us, and enjoy a free dessert of your choice! Lots to choose from... including Gramma's 4-Berry Cobbler, our warm and gooey Chocolate Pecan Turtle Cake, Key Largo Key Lime Pie, Swedish Cream Panacotta, Creme Brulee Cheesecake, & our Bourban Root Beer Float-for big kids! Friday and Saturday nights you can enjoy live, local music.

Every Tuesday: Blues'N'Burger Night! 4-9pm

Every Thursday: Fresh House Beer-Battered Fish & Chips - rotating weekly.
T. Paul's Urban Cafe
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1119 Commercial St.
503-338-5133
American, contemporary, eclectic homemade cuisine with the freshest of ingredients serving gourmet soups, salads, sandwiches, pastas, and quesadillas for lunch and light dinner. In business since 1977. T Paul's special strawberry lemonade / ice tea blend is a favorite and very refreshing. Beer and wine are also available.
The Ship Inn
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No. 1 on 2nd Street
503-325-0033
Opened in 1974 and named after The Ship Inn in Exeter, England, which was frequented by Sir Francis Drake in the 1560s and 70s. We specialize in fish & chips, English specialties and clam chowder. We have a full bar with domestic and imported beers, fine wines, and specialty drinks.
Tokyo Teriyaki
1446 Commercial St.
503-338-5151
A Japanese restaurant serving teriyaki dishes, yakisoba noodles, miso soup and sushi.
Tora Sushi Lounge
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1197 Commercial St.
503-325-2585
Tora Sushi chefs will delight you with their Japanese Style Cuisine. Artfully crafted sushi, sashimi and rolls are sure to please any sushi lover! Japanese appetizers, udon noodles, teriyaki specialties and tempura dishes.

Sit at the Sushi Bar and watch Tora Sushi's professional sushi chefs prepare your favorite sushi, sashimi and nigori rolls. Multiple sitting arrangements are also available. Large banquet style tables for large groups, booths seating up to six or quiet table for two, perfect for a romantic dinner and seating options for large parties.
Wet Dog Cafe & Astoria Brewing House
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144 11th St.
503-325-6975
The Wet Dog Cafe since 1995 and brewpub since 1997 (Pacific Rim Brewing Co.), is located on Astoria's waterfront next to the Trolley tracks. They serve handcrafted beers, burgers, seafood, and American food. You will also find live and DJ music, & a pool hall for your entertainment.
Liberty Theater