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Dine: Seafood

Love fresh seafood?  We've got a lot of options to fill you up deliciously!

Bowpicker Fish & Chips.  Astoria's classic stop for Fish and Chips.  This converted fishing boat can be found across Marine Drive from the Maritime Museum.  It can easily be found by the usually long (but fast moving) line of hungry diners who queue up for Albacore Fish and Chips, their only offering.  Very popular and understandably so.  Limited outside seating or grab an order and mosey over to the River Walk. Soft drinks and water only.  A must stop for an Astoria adventure.  Tip: Talk like a local and pronouce "Bow" like "Ow" and not like an archery "bow."  17th and Duane 

South Bay Wild Fish House.  New to the Astoria dining scene this restaurant features sustainable seafood often harvested by family members.  Full Bar.  Inside seating and to go orders.  South Bay offers full meals onsite and also seafood is available to prepare at home.  Tip: Try the seafood sampler or anything with the fried salmon skin.  262 9th Street     

Hurricane Ron's.  Brightly painted and easy to find in downtown Astoria.  Hurricaine Ron's offers full meals on site, food to go, and a case full of fresh seafood to prepare at home.  Tip: Try the razor clams.  1335 Marine Drive 

Hanthorn Crab Company.  Funky place located inside the old Bumble Bee Cannery on Pier 39 east of town (and next to Rogue brewing).  Fresh seafood to go and some prepared food like shrimp melts and oysters,  Next door to the Rogue Brewery. Tip: Check out the old cannery next door and the historic photos.  100 39th Street

Josephson's Smokehouse.  Many consider this the place to go for smoked fish. They have been smoking fish since 1920.   Smoked fish to go.  Sandwiches and small plates on site.  Beer and Wine.  Tip:  Grab some smoked fish to go.  106 Marine Drive 

Fort George Brewery.  Much loved by locals for producing some of the world's finest beer.  Seafood selection varies by season.  Many sandwiches and pizzas also available.  Wide selection of local beer and wine.  Tip: Try the albacore tuna chopped salad with a Vortex IPA.  1483 Duane Street 

Mo's Seafood and Chowder.  Small chain with an emphasis on clam chowder.  Fun for kids. Beer/Wine.  Right on the river. Tip: Snag a seat with a view of the river and order up the clam chowder.  101 15th Street

Columbian Cafe.  Highly reviewed and a locals favorite.  Very unique.  Cash or check only.  Always fun.  Open Kitchen where you may watch your food being prepared.  Full bar.  Good stories and interesting decor.  Right next door to the Voodoo Room, watering hole of choice for many locals. Tip: Check the board for today's specials.  1114 Marine Drive 

Silver Salmon Grill.  Beautiful old school restaurant.  Full bar.  Friendly staff.  Wonderful dining room and beautiful bar.  Tip:  Try something cajun influenced with a martini.  Great for late night dining.  1105 Commerical Street   

T. Pauls Supper Club.  Very popular with tourists and locals.  Full bar that is very popular.  Large varied menu. Tip: Try the seafood pasta with a boom-boom salad or bourbon shrimp at happy hour.  360 12th Street 

Busu.  Japanese inspired take out window.  Amazing food.  Menu varies daily but nearly always has a seafood dish.  Tip: Check the board for daily specials.  275 11th Street 

Albatross & Co.  Highly reviewed. Full bar with eclectic brew selection.  Great happy hour.  A little loud but the food is always amazing.  Tip: Try a selection of fresh oysters.  225 14th Street 

Portway Tavern.  Rumored to be haunted. Seafaring decor.  Full bar with a friendly crowd.  My personal favorite for fish and chips.  Tip:  Try the fish and chips with a local brew.  422 West Marine Drive 

 T Paul's Urban Café.  Highly regarded by locals.  Famous for their salads.  Beer/wine.  Music on some weekend evenings.  Tip:  Try the crab and cheese quesadilla.  1119 Commercial   

 Astoria Brewing Company.  Wide selection of house produced beer.  Large menu.  Some seats offer a view of the water. Tip:  Try the fish tacos and one of the house beers.  144 11th Street 

Astoria Coffeehouse and Bistro.  Another local favorite.  Amazing bartenders.  Busy place.  Coffee house by day and bistro by night.  Look for the large coffee cup outside.  Tip:  Try the Vesper martini with the tuna poke.  243 11th Street 

Bridgewater Bistro.  Always delicious food with river view.  Well thought out menu.  Full bar with extensive wine list.  Beautiful setting.  Tip: Check the daily specials, order the salmon if it is available.  20 Basin Street in the Big Red Building

Buoy Beer Company.  Right on the water.  Large selection of house brews.  Full bar with beer garden area.  Look for a sea lion through the glass floor.  Tip: Check the board for daily specials. Try the cream ale.   No. 1 8th Street