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)
Fort George Brewery & Public House
Fort George crafts original beers distributed only in the Northwest. Whether in cans or kegs, at our pub in Astoria or on your front porch, our brews bring people together in aromatic headiness and lupulin ecstasy.1483 Duane Street
Come watch the Columbia River roll by while dining in a century old cannery. Lunch and dinner available on the riverside of the restaurant. Outdoor seating, weather permitting.1 Sixth Street
Columbia River Coffee Roasters
Columbia River Coffee Roaster is an independently owned company located on the shores of the Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon, established in 1992. We specialize in custom blends and roasts using the best beans available. We offer equipment and service...279 W Marine Dr
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)
Curry & CoCo
Curry & CoCo offers Thai staples including curry, seafood, noodles and stir fries. The restaurant, run by Nalinrat “Lily” Sahunalu and her boyfriend, Brian Fernandez (originally from Cuba) also features Havana Nights on Thursdays where Cuban food is served.125 9th Street
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.
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