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Astoria, Oregon - one night?

Tom P Jun 22, 2008 06:47 PM

Any recs for Astoria for a good restaurant? Thanks

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    mrnelso Jul 2, 2008 08:04 PM

    search for Shark's on this board for reviews - short story=Cioppino and fabulous

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      Sushiqueen36 Jul 6, 2008 09:31 PM

      I thought Shark's was in Newport?

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        mrnelso Jul 6, 2008 09:46 PM

        And you are completely correct, Shark's is in Newport. In Astoria, we enjoyed The Coffee Girl, on account of it's on a dock and especially fun for teenagers, and Fulio's - Grilled Caesar, fresh pasta - extremely fine Italian, for Oregon. Drina Daisy was closed, or we would have explored that one for sure. Smoked fish place, I forget its name, but you will find it.

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          Steve K Jul 7, 2008 07:25 AM

          Oh, good, teenagers. A Chowhound place for sure.

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            mrnelso Jul 8, 2008 08:58 PM

            I saw none there, but if I had teens in the family I'd take them there for sure.

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      chipqmunk Jul 2, 2008 07:15 PM

      If you like good fish & chips and don't care so much about fancy atmosphere, the Ship Inn is good.

      Sunset magazine recently had a page on Astoria and mentioned Drina Daisy. It sounded good, but I haven't tried it.

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      Ship Inn Restaurant & Family Pub
      1 2nd St, Astoria, OR 97103

      Drina Daisy
      915 Commercial St, Astoria, OR 97103

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        callmijane Jul 2, 2008 02:09 PM

        fulio's is very good. I really enjoyed their ravioli di zucca.

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          Sushiqueen36 Jun 23, 2008 07:51 PM

          The new Bridgewater Bistro is pretty good (try their crab cheesecake appetizer). A friend told me that Fort George brewpub is good but I haven't been there. I've twice been underwhelmed by Baked Alaska and the salads we had at Wet Dog cafe sounded great on the menu but were not at all in reality (refrigerated steak on a steak salad? Even Quizno's heats it first). For breakfast, you can go traditional greasy spoon (in a good way) with Andrew and Steve's or try Cannery Cafe for more funky food with a great view.

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