Ocean front next to the Turnaround in Seaside, Oregon's premier beach town. Food and service we OK but nothing special.
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The location was good but we visited on Labor Day Weekend so you could tell the restaurant had experienced a busy day. Not tidy as the décor would call for. We got a window facing the ocean which could be perfect if not for the crowds outside the windows watching the sunset. Yes everyone should be able to enjoy but... More
On a roadtrip down the Oregon coast and decided to stop in at the Shilo restaurant for lunch. My boyfriend and I both started off with the clam chowder. It was some of the best chowder we've had in a long time! It was bursting with flavor and had a plentiful amount of clams in it. They also make theirs... More
We stopped in, but no hostess materialized to seat us. After several minutes of looking at the sign instructing us to wait to be seated we left. Out on the promenade, we decided to give it one more chance. We were eventually greeted by a server who had been called in to work. She wouldn't seat us (4 adults and... More
This restaurant used to be a favorite of mine in Seasise. Not so much anymore. The clams we ordered as an appetizer were okay tasting but sandy and there were broken pieces of shell in the broth. My partner ordered the crab Mac and cheese which he enjoyed quite a lot and I tried the surf and turf. I asked... More
Was suppose to be crab and shrimp louie. Was all salad and very little crab or shrimp. The service was good but meal was less that I would expect.
The Boardwalk is inside the Shilo hotel on the promenade Astoria, Very nice clean restaurant with a large Bar, food was excellent and prices reasonable (not cheap), I think during the weekend they have live music.
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