Find Food & Drink on the Oregon Coast
Astoria Sunday Market
Astoria Sunday Market, located in the heart of Astoria’s Downtown, combines fresh produce, local arts & crafts, food, music, and more in a lively downtown street market atmosphere. The market features up to 150 vendors each week offering locally-made products...Astoria, OR
Email us (shelby[at]astoriadowntown[dot]com)
Rose River Inn B&B
Our Astoria B&B, located in a 100 year old house, is ideally located just 3 short blocks to Astoria’s Historical Downtown area. And just 4 blocks to the Columbia River, the River walk and the Astoria Riverfront Trolley. Also in...1510 Franklin Ave.
Email us (info[at]roseriverinn[dot]com)
Obelisk Beer Co
Obelisk Beer Co.’s motto is “Slow Beer, Good Times.” The brewery, founded by Nathan Lampson and Dave Coyne – two Fort George Brewery alums – focuses on creating artisanal beers with intriguing ingredients and flavors.598 Bond Street
Franklin St. Station Bed & Breakfast
Email us (franklinststationbb[at]yahoo[dot]com)
You will find authentic Bosnian comfort food at Drina Daisy, by a chef who lived in Bosnia near Sarajevo. Indulge in a delicious Euro-Mediterranean style dinner tonight.915 Commercial Street
Email us (drinadaisy[at]gmail[dot]com)
Open 7 days a week for lunch, dinner, and sunday brunch. LIVE music on friday, saturday, and at sunday brunch. 6:30 to 9:00 friday and saturday, 11:30-2:30 Sunday. Columbia riverfront dining cocktails, northwest regional foods, wines & brews, casual family...20 Basin St.
Email us (info[at]bridgewaterbistro[dot]com)
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.
Coastal Coffee Hop
3 Ways to Cook a Crab
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