Located at the Northwestern tip of Oregon where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean, Astoria is a food-lover’s favorite for its breweries, seafood, and growing food cart scene. Its storied history includes the indigenous people of the Clatsop and Chinook tribes, Lewis and Clark, John Jacob Astor, and Finnish socialists that revolutionized the fish processing industry in its heyday. Today the canneries are more about beer, especially with Astoria’s ever-expanding (though occasionally collapsing) breweries Buoy and Fort George.
Many bars and restaurants are downtown in reclaimed industrial buildings with details like exposed bricks and stone floors, but it’s worth seeking out places on the edges of town, as well. For more dining options on the Oregon Coast, one of these maps should suffice.Read More