The produce is fresh from the farm and the salmon chowder was really good, too. They ran out of garlic bread but that was OK. And you can’t beat the setting.
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Posted in Long Beach penninsula, Northwest coast, Washington
- Tagged cooking, crafts, farmers market, Fish, Food, Garlic, Garlic bread, Home, Ilwaco, Ilwaco Washington, Washington
These guys were playing outside the Liberty Theater. Not only a great restored landmark for the city, but a hot spot on Sunday for Astoria‘s Market.
We also sampled some really good stuff. On the advice of Market regulars and a tip from our friends at Columbia River Coffee Roasters, we had the salmon crepes by Crepe Neptune from Cannon Beach. Also a four-pack cookie variety by Packer Family Orchards & Bakery from Hood River.
The market’s website is astoriasundaymarket.com.
Posted in Astoria, Oregon, Cannon Beach, Oregon, Northwest coast, Oregon
- Tagged Astoria, Astoria Oregon, buskers, Cannon Beach, Cannon Beach Oregon, Columbia River, Columbia River Maritime Museum, cookies, farmers market, flowers, Lady Washington, Oregon, salmon, Sunday