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astoria, or.


astoria drinking holes
chart room - In Astoria recently, slammed by winds, drenched by a record rainfall, I found myself foundering on the streets with an hour to burn before an appointment. Acting on a tip, I sought shelter from the storm in the Chart Room, the annex lounge of the venerable (since 1916) Adam and Steve's Cafe located at 1196 Marine Drive.
des/annie's - It's a helluva' tavern, a gritty neighborhood tavern where the wool-clad regulars pound mostly Bud Light, but real beer flows too. Yes, an excellent tavern.
the labor temple - The Labor Temple Café and Bar in downtown Astoria on Duane Street could care less about TR’s report. It exists merely to be utterly Oregon cool without affectation, the exact way Bill Walton, Ken Kesey, Louise Bryant, Bud Clark, Hazel Hall, Steve Prefontaine, Samuel Boardman, and Tom McCall were in their respective heydays.
Triangle Tavern triangle - The Triangle Tavern exists on Highway 101 under the Megler Bridge, and its magic number is 34—opened in 1934 after sanity repealed Prohibition, and the beer always chilled to 34 degrees.
voodoo lounge - Let's get right to the point. The Voodoo Room in Astoria could be the best bar on the Oregon Coast. Other competitors stack up against it like Matchbox 20 versus the Beatles.
worker's - A perfect date exists in the Northern Hemisphere and it begins and ends in Worker's Tavern under the Megler Bridge in Astoria. It goes like this:

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