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Opened in July 2007 in a former Bumble Bee Tuna cannery on Pier 39, the Astoria Public House features over 30 Rogue Ales on tap, Rogue Spirits, a Columbia River view, meeting and party space, adjacent luxury suites, pizza and outside seating, and Rogue merchandise for sale.

The Public House banquet and meeting space is able to accommodate a 20-person board meeting to a 150-person wedding reception and offers full service catering built to the needs of your event. For reservations and more information, call the pub directly at (503) 325-5964.

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