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Eating Astoria

I’m often asked where’s the best place to dine in Astoria, so I created a list of my favorite places to nosh and nurish.  I also added a few of my favorite other must-do’s.  I hope you love your Astoria visit as much as I love living here!

Noshing:
My fave, fave, fave place for dining is either T Paul’s Urban Cafe, or T Paul’s Supper Club (both owned by T and Paul).  Both are in downtown.  You and yelp or urban spoon them for a great sampling of reviews. facebook.com/tpaulsurbancafe

Also faves of mine:
- Fort George Brewery
- Astoria Coffee House & Bistro  (you MUST visit Cargo and Lunar Boy across the street from it)
- Bowpicker boat across from the Maritime Museum (best fish & chips - made with fresh, local caught tuna)
- Pig n’ Pancake (The Pig - everyone’s favorite diner - locals and tourists)

Shopping:
- Cargo (scroll down for Astoria info)
- Lunar Boy Gallery
- Center Diamond Quilt Shop in Cannon Beach

Sight-see:
You can not come to Astoria and not visit the Astoria Column!  Your camera and flickr will thank you.

I’m not a hiker… but I hear the Saddle Mountain hike is awesome.  I’m waiting for them to install a tram.
oldoregon.com/visitor-info/entry/hikes-to-take

If you’re ever here on a Sunday between Mother’s Day and October… you HAVE to visit our Sunday Market.  It’s also the largest outdoor market in the state and is more of a festival than a shopping experience.
oldoregon.com/visitor-info/entry/astoria-sunday-market

Get your Goonie’s on at the Oregon Film Museum.

Portland:
The Guardian | Fred Armisen’s Portland: it’s weird and it’s wonderful

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Monica Solorio-Snow
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Astoria, Oregon

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