Modern every-day women’s fashion for every occasion on the Oregon Coast. We dress Astoria from head to toe!
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Main municipal office for the City of Astoria. The City provides services in the areas of police, fire, parks, libraries, sewer / water utilities, roads, planning / building permits, and economic development.Read More
Dining guide and community resource for all things eating and drinking in Astoria.Read More
Astoria Food Hub provides infrastructure and services to create a resilient, equitable regional food system.Read More
We provide the tools, work space and education to inspire creativity and making. Our business model includes an artist studio collective, retail space, in-house design and fabrication services, classes, lectures, and membership access to our multi-trade workshop.Read More
The Astoria Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce was established in 1873 and currently represents over 600 businesses, large and small. We exist to be a catalyst for business success, a convener of leaders and ideas and a champion for our community.
The Chamber also operates a visitor center, open year-round to provide information for travelers visiting our region. Our small gift shop includes merchandise from The Goonies (filmed in Astoria), postcards and souvenirs.Read More
Astoria, OR hotels are nestled in a charming coastal town, where beloved films like Goonies and Kindergarten Cop were filmed and still draw fans to this day.
Your Best Western® Astoria Bayfront Hotel features easy access to the beach including the famous sights like Haystack Rock. However, it’s the Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival that really draws a crowd, but you don’t need to wait for this annual event to indulge. Enjoy the freshest seafood and most delectable vino along the coast year-round. Hotels in Astoria, OR cater to travelers interested in a diverse range of entertainment from wine tasting to wind surfing.
Convenient amenities, like the pool open 24-hours, make this Astoria hotel really stand out. Take advantage of upgraded Wi-Fi to stay well-connected whether traveling for business or pleasure. A clean hotel and friendly staff is the foundation for a memorable stay. This property is close to the most exciting attractions in town such as the Maritime Museum. The Astoria Column is a must-see, and of course the Goonies House can’t be missed.
Some lucky travelers stay at this Astoria hotel on business but find plenty of opportunities to play in between meetings at Kroger or events at Longshoremen. While the Crab Festival remains a town favorite, this is also the end destination of Hood to Coast, the epic run or walk from Mount Hood to the Oregon coast. Held late in the summer, the grand finale is a massive beach party that welcomes all whether you came from the mountain or not.
A fantastic hotel is all about location, but hospitality, spacious rooms and those comforts of home are important, too. Guests have it all at this hotel situated in what’s arguably the loveliest coastal town in the state.
Book your room at the Best Western® Astoria Bayfront Hotel where life really is a beach! Enjoy your stay.
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Hot breakfast, fast internet, 24-hr indoor pool, hot tub, sauna and rooms with Jacuzzi and fireplaces!
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Bowline Hotel is a riverfront boutique hotel located in historic Astoria, Oregon.Read More
Professional real estate serving Astoria, Warrenton, Seaside, and more!Read More
Enjoy lunch or dinner with great views of the Columbia River. Live music Thursday-Sunday night.
OPEN Thursday thru Monday
(closed Tues. lunch and Wed all day)
SUNDAY BRUNCH • 10:30am – 3pm
LUNCH • 11:30am – 3pm
DINNER • 4pm – Close
Open for indoor and outdoor seating
Brumfield Gallery was established by Jane & Mike Brumfield in 2020. Jane & Mike Brumfield have had galleries in Boise, Idaho and Hastings, England, before settling on the Oregon Coast. Prior to this Jane had a 20-year career curating for small regional museums in the South of England.
In June 2022, the Brumfields sold the gallery to Joseph Clayton. Joe owns Bronze Coast Gallery in Cannon Beach and was happy to add Brumfield Gallery to his business portfolio and gallery family. He has employed Jane Brumfield to manage both galleries, and she will remain the curator for Brumfield Gallery. Joe has an extensive background in marketing and business development, in addition to being an enthusiastic art collector.
They have established ongoing relationships with artists and collectors, with the aim of providing a supportive and welcoming environment where the appreciation and creation of new work can flourish. Their selections are informed by their own taste, so they recognize that their success is based on the coming together of like minds. They hope you like the way they think.
They choose work that is engaging on an emotional level – work that speaks to the complicated nature of the human condition. They are often asked to categorize the kind of art they show, and find that difficult. It borders surrealism, symbolism, and fantasy, but they do not see these boxes as being relevant. It is perhaps better likened to the literary tradition of magic realism. It questions what we perceive as real and shows that there is only a thin veil between that reality and the imagined world. The work is born from authentic human experience and from a particular individual’s perspective. And then sometimes… they might show work just because they like it.