Find Food & Drink on the Oregon Coast
Astoria Sunday Market
Enjoy is makers and growers market every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Astoria, OR
Email us (astoriasundaymarket[at]gmail[dot]com)
Wet Dog Cafe
Open Daily: 11am-9pm.144 11th Street
Astoria Coffeehouse & Bistro
European-style coffee house and bistro serving fresh baked pastries, Caffe Vita coffee and a full breakfast and dinner menu.243 11th Street
Reach Break Brewing
Astoria is already a hot spot for craft beer lovers, but now you can add one more destination to your list. Opened in spring 2017, just two blocks west of Fort George Brewery, Reach Break has several projects in the...1343 Duane Street
Blue Scorcher Bakery Café
We create artisan breads, pastries and handcrafted seasonal foods using local and organic ingredients. We operate as a worker collective.1493 Duane Street
Himani Indian Cuisine
Himani Indian Cuisine features Northern and Southern India dishes.1044 Marine Drive
Explore Oregon’s Coastal Food Trails
The Oregon Coast has a bounty of amazing, fresh food. Best of all, these farmers, fishers, and restaurateurs are all local, which means that supporting them supports their communities. These customizable Food Trails are treasure maps to the riches of Oregon’s Coastal Cuisine.
The North Coast Food Trail website is a guide to discovering excellent local food from Cannon Beach to Lincoln City. This resource is a curated list of farm and coast-to-table experiences for those who love to dig in and know where their food came from.
Spotlighting Oregon’s Southern Coast, this food trail has the low down on restaurants, markets, breweries, and more. What’s the criteria? The food at these places is all locally-made. There’s not a chain to be found here.
Where to Find the Freshest Seafood on Oregon’s South Coast
Where to Find Fresh Produce and Fish on the Oregon Coast
Bandon Dunes Unveils Sheep Ranch Golf Course
How to Enjoy the Coastal Outdoors Safely
Top 10 Reasons to Consider the Oregon Coast When We Can Travel Again