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Dooger's Seafood & Grill
Today 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
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505 Broadway St Seaside, OR 97138
505 Broadway StreetUSOregonSeaside97138
Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
American Restaurant
Today 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PMWednesday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PMThursday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PMFriday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PMSaturday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PMSunday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PMMonday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Dooger's Restaurant specializes in Seafood. We also serve traditional American fare.
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Headquarters of a small chain of classic fish houses known for chowder & crab cakes.- Google
"Ordered the calamari lunch special, wife had crab cakes and clam chowder."
"The sweet potato fries are well done."
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Chrissie Wise
2 weeks ago
Last 2 years food was great, loved Doogers. This year the fish and chips tasted like frozen, thawed, refrozen then cooked, not fresh like before. Crab cakes meal, crab cakes burnt on outside only ate 1/2 of 1 out of 2. Chowder is good but not as flavorful as restaurant we went to in Cannon Beach the day before.
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Dana Josephson
4 months ago
If you get the salad before your dinner save yourself the gagging and don't get the shrimp. You would think you'd get fresh shrimp from a seafood restaurant being so close to the ocean. The shrimp had a horrid smell and was slimy, like it was from a can. I ordered the seafood Alfredo and the scallops tasted the same was. Everything seemed to be very bland and poorly seasoned. For as much as you pay, it's not worth it. We will never go back there on any future trips to Seaside.
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Rin -
4 months ago
Amazing place! We came in for a quick lunch and had clam chowder and fries. The clam chowder wasnt as thick as I normally like but it was good, the fries were perfect and crispy. The best part of this place was the waiter. Not only was the customer service an A+, Jacob(the waiter) was friendly and extremely adorable. I left him a pretty generous tip just because of his gorgeous face. Is that wrong? So ladies, if you want great food with an even better view(the cute waiters) this is definetly the place to go.
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Louis Schanus
6 months ago
Great staff and atmosphere. Stay away from pasta dishes (overcooked), stick to simple things. Pan fried razor clams are excellent, as is the chowder.
Dina O
2 months ago
Very friendly and professional service. (Not the kind of friendly where a server talks too much)...the calm chowder was full of flavor and hearty with ingredients. I only ordered a cup and wish I had gotten 2 bowls! So was well priced and with a good mix of options that were good quality. I got a blend and my husband an OR Pinot Noir. The GF fish and chips (sub veggies) were not deep fried as I had hoped but still hit the spot. My only 'complaint' would be the restaurant's music...a bit dated...but that's only my opinion and a very small observation.
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Daniel Pringle
3 months ago
To start, (scroll got food and price) their speed in seating and waiting through the whole meal was satisfactory. Lighting was low enough I know my parents and grandparents would need a seat by the window or extra light at any other tables. Decor was okay, possibly an attempt of crossing modern with shop interior. Very clean floors, tables, utensils, plates, and condiment containers. Food and price went pretty well hand in hand. Portions were great for what we ordered, I had a good sized burger and fries for $11. My wife had shrimp salad, steamed crab legs with butter sauce, tater tots, and garlic bread for $22. Taste was middle ground of my palate. The burger patty it's self was bland but the bacon made up for what it lacked. Fries came crisp, as did the tater tots, (which I prefer) and were well flavored, not needing sauce (but is my preference.) Salad was interesting. Shrimp was great and so was home made ranch dressing but the salad leaf tasted as if it were pulled straight from the mass produced grocery store "salad" bag. The crab leg were also great, able to fend for theme selves with out the butter sauce. However both me and my wife agree that either some spice on the butter or a second sauce would be beneficial to the meal. We did no special drinks during this visit. P.S. As we went to leave the young man at the counter made me nervous when trying to figure out me paying my bill. He had to pull his phone to do the math.... Yeah otherwise I could see it being a great date night get away.
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Matthew Hilliard
3 months ago
Excellent seafood! Ate here the other day and had a delicious shrimp sandwich. Friendly service and great atmosphere. Great fries too.
Benjamin Covington
8 months ago
You'll hear a lot about Dooger's if you visit the Seaside area, largely because it's a somewhat upscale eatery centrally located on Broadway St., which makes it an easy name to include in tourist pamphlets. The atmosphere is exactly alright. Not really good or bad. It's pleasant enough to have a whole meal there, but there's nothing striking about the design of the place, the art around the restaurant, or even the plating of your food. With respect to taste, I can only comment on a few dishes. The clam chowder is rather runny, but taste-wise it's certainly an acceptable representation of the coastal tradition. The fish and chips on the other hand really leave something to be desired. Well, the fish at least. The sweet potato fries are well done. But the mainstay of coastal fish dishes falls flat on its face with unusually lite breading around a fish that tastes no fresher than you'd be able to find quite a ways inland. It's not terrible or anything, but the payout isn't worth what you pay in. And that's probably the biggest strike against Dooger's. What they serve just doesn't seem to be worth the notable price tag on most of their dishes. If you're looking for a Seaside experience, sure, go Dooger's. If you're looking for real quality seafood, I'd recommend you invest your money elsewhere.
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