Casual dining with great views of the Columbia River, The Ship Inn serves English specialties such as fish and chips as well ... More
Ship Inn, The
Casual dining with great views of the Columbia River, The Ship Inn serves English specialties such as fish and chips as well as seafood, sandwiches and soups. International and domestic beers are on tap.
When you dine there, ask for Phuong as your wait person, and eat whatever she recommends. The crab cocktail is delicious, and the fish and chips can't be beat---halibut cooked to perfection in a light batter.
The Ship Inn is the best place for seafood in Astoria. Portions are very generous and I've never been served anything that was freezer burned. The location and atmosphere are perfect for a relaxed meal on the river. If you can only eat at one place on your visit, this is it!
This is a terrific restaurant located right on the Columbia River. You have an excellent view of the river and any ships, boats or the occasional sea lion. They have the best seafood in town. They get crowded, especially on the weekends, so you'll want to arrive early, if possible. Enjoy!
Named for John Jacob Astor of the Pacific Fur Company, this neck of the woods was established to counter a
Lewis and Clark camp. Fort Astoria's construction began in 1811, making the town the oldest west of the Rocky ...
Lovingly restored over the past several years, the inn is registered in the National Historic Districts, and is a Historic
Landmark. Centrally located, this rare beauty captures the early 1900's \"Arts and Crafts\" period. A full breakfast is provided, ...
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