Food & Drink

Food is the best part of life in the Northwest! We’ve curated our favorites for the best places to eat and drink in the Northwest – always locally owned. Narrow down your search by the categories below, or start with our round up of the best Northwest food and wine trails.

Mo's Choweder, Newport, OR

(541) 265-7512

622 Southwest Bay Boulevard, Newport, OR, United States

Our Summer Hours of Operation: Daily 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day

Mo’s Restaurants is family owned and specializes in Seafood and Clam Chowder. We have six locations on the Coast and one at the Portland Airport (PDX). Read More

Bell Buoy of Seaside, Oregon

(503) 738-2722

1800 S Roosevelt Dr, Seaside, OR, United States

Sun-Th 9:30-5:30; Fri-Sat 9:30-6:30

Bell Buoy of Seaside is a family-owned seafood specialty store located in Seaside, Oregon along the coastal shores of the Pacific Ocean. Our location enables us to deliver the freshest seafood directly from the boats to your dinner table. Read More

Bowpicker Fish & Chips, Astoria, OR

(503) 791-2942

1634 Duane Street, Astoria, OR, United States

Wed-Sun 11-6

Firm chunks of Albacore tuna lightly beer battered and fried to perfection by Ron and Linda, they stand ready to soak up malt vinegar and scoop tartar sauce. The bed of thick steak fries, crunchy outside and tender inside, are much more than a side dish. Read More

Capital City Public Market, Boise, ID

208-345-3499

Boise, ID, United States

Check website for season and hours.

At The Capital City Public Market, you’ll meet Treasure Valley farmers who can tell you the best way to choose a ripe ear of corn. Skilled artists who burn the midnight oil in their studios, yet rise with the sun to display their handiwork. Read More

Port Townsend Farmers Markets

(360) 379-9098

Port Townsend, WA, United States

Check website for season and times.

This little town has 3 markets in 3 locations–the main one is on Saturdays, but there is also a Sunday market and a Wednesday market.  Check their website for open seasons, times, and locations. Read More