Many stores in downtown Astoria are re-opening just in time for summer. These businesses have adapted their store policies in an effort to keep employees and customers safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support our local businesses, please visit one of the following downtown Astoria businesses (click on name to see special hours and more information):
4 Seasons Clothing
A Gypsy's Whimsy Herbal Apothecary
Astoria Brewing Company
Bloomin Crazy Floral
Blue Collar Collective (online)
Brut Wine Bar (retail sales only with curbside pick-up)
Buoy Beer (online)
Candy Skein (online)
Doe and Arrow
Erickson's Floral (curbside & delivery)
Holly McHone Jewelers
Kit's Apothecary (online & curbside pickup)
Loop-Jacobsen Jewelers (by appointment)
Molly Morgan Jewelry
Old Town Framing
Pat's Pantry (online & curbside pickup)
Purple Cow Toys
Rory Gerard-Govea Counseling
Sea Gypsy Gifts
West Coast Artisans
**We are updating this information often but if you know of a business that should be added to this list, email@example.com. We suggest confirming hours and store rules directly with each business.
From vintage shops & boutiques to galleries and book stores, Downtown Astoria offers a wide array of shopping.
Explore our eclectic historic district filled with wonderfully fascinating people and places that provide a true Astoria experience.
STUDY FINDS PARKING USAGE AT GOOD RATES - The ADHDA undertook a parking survey to update the last study done in 2013. Findings show healthy usage, with parking regularly available within 2-4 blocks of destinations during peak hours.
ASTORIA LOOKS TO ADDRESS CHRONIC BAD BEHAVIOR - ADHDA continues to support innovative solutions to keep downtown friendly, safe, and open for business after dark.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING WINS NATIONAL PRESERVATION GRANT - In partnership with the ADHDA, the Odd Fellows building has secured $150,000 from the National Trust via the Partners in Preservation Grant.
GROUP SEEKS BATHROOMS FOR ALL IN ASTORIA - A bathroom task force of city, tourism and downtown leaders met with the Astoria City Council and reached a partial consensus to increase availability for all.