Cozy, woodsy-chic restaurant & bar on a pier in the Columbia River serving New American plates & pizza. Family atmosphere and a great menu from the bar and kitchen. I paid $26 for Seafood Stew and $13 for Calamari.
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This was our second time to Baked Alaska and it was fantastic, just like the first time we were here. Service was on point and the food was great. We will be back.
I'm always unsure why I come back here. The first time I visited (2015) I had to wait an hour for my food when it wasn't busy. No one bothered explaining anything. These incidents seem to happen to me here. Yesterday I got in 10...More
My first time dining here this year brought back countless memories why this is the best restaurant in Astoria. Although known for fresh seafood selections, my brother and I were in the mood for tender, juicy full flavoured beef... and that's exactly what we received,...More
We had a wonderful tasty dinner for our last night in Astoria - with my husband requiring a gluten free diet (celiac) we were looking for a nice place for dinner that could create a nice dinner meal and not a "me too" GF menu...More
Stick with the seafood. We ordered cubano sandwiches and they were smothered in a strong mustard sauce and pickled onions, almost inedible. Still worth 4 stars due to the fresh seafood. The clam chowder was especially good.
They were very short staffed so service was good but slow.Little pricey but very delicious. LOVED the grilled caesar, fish and chips were good. Would love to have basic tartar sauce. They serve their own style sauce it was good but I prefer the basic....More
The food is very good and the view is excellent. It is not cheaply priced, but with the view, you will remember it for a long time.
Table for two with an awesome view of the Columbia and the passing ships and some channel pilot activity. We had the fish n chips. Good drinks. The waitstaff was the best. Super friendly.