Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in Astoria, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.
No credit cards. The bread is worth the trip alone. Local tip: spread garlic jelly and salsa on the bread. This place doesn't look like much, but the breakfast is awesome, service great & history fun. -- Maui Hawaii via Foursquare
Best fish & chips in town (or possibly anywhere!)...made from locally caught and processed Pacific Albacore, served out of a Columbia River Gillnet boat, a bowpicker. -- Elizabeth McMaster via Foursquare
I had the cup of Mushroom soup and the smokey mac n cheese with the dungeness crab add on. It's the best meal I have had that wasn't cooked by my grandma. The best part is they were great w/my toddler -- Nichole Davis via Foursquare
This worker collective features artisan breads, pastries and foods using local and organic ingredients. Children’s play area, wide array of periodicals for purchase. -- Commodore Hotel Astoria via Foursquare