Aberdeen /ˈæbərdiːn/ is a city in Grays Harbor County, Washington, United States. The population was 16,896 at the 2010 census. The city is the economic center of Grays Harbor County, bordering the cities of Hoquiam and Cosmopolis. Aberdeen is called the "Gateway to the Olympic Peninsula".
Things to do in Aberdeen
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Pacific North West food. Different Chefs are on location. They are a winery that has wines everyone will love, even those who do not like wine along with wonderful food. The owners are delightful and plan on having a nice relaxing evening. Call ahead to find out if there is a mystery dinner, wine club, lecture, or some other event that you can attend.
The winery was recommended in an article written about wines in Washington. We stopped only because of that and was not disappointed. Our breakfasts (Beach Benny) was very good. The service was friendly and helpful. We will be going back when we return to this area in a week!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
While taking a after dinner walk we stopped at scoops for dessert. They have a large selection of ice cream. They have a limited breakfast menu and also espresso drinks. Ice cream portions are huge and the ice cream tasty. Loved the retro look of the place.
4 based on 18 reviews
Originality of coffee flavors and mixes are second to none. Sometimes under staffed when busy flow but not bad. Prices could be cheaper but not fault of location or staff. Overall reasonable for what you are getting compared to other Coffee places. Their pastries and sandwiches are great.
4 based on 154 reviews
Stopped for lunch and had a cup of clam chowder and halibut and chips. The clamchoder was well above average and the fries were good but the halibut was thin filets that were overcooked to the point of being dry. The cod at other tables looked much more appealing. So I would suggest skipping the halibut! Otherwise good!
4 based on 9 reviews
Physical layout of drive thru and work area inside sren't designed too well but that pales in comparison to the staff who stand around talking while the line backs up...
4 based on 168 reviews
We've been going to Billy's for a long time. There truly isn't much to offer in the way of food in Aberdeen and Billy's has always been reliable in both its service and its food.
Prices are reasonable, good selection of beers, adequate selection of wines. The clam chowder is chunky (that's a good thing) and the veggie burger is great.
If you are making the run from Seattle to the ocean, this makes a perfect late lunch stop.
the other great option is the Beehive up in Montesano.
4 based on 5 reviews
We were passing through town today and needed coffee to pick us up since we were heading back to Ocean Shores for the night. I got a peppermint white chocolate mocha they was made just right. They also serve soy and almond milk which my other half drinks. Can't wait to go back! Great service!
4.5 based on 70 reviews
We had heard so many good things about Anne Marie's that we were anxious to try them out, so after a doctor's appointment in Aberdeen, we made a bee-line there for breakfast. First, parking is very limited and no handicap parking is available. Service was tortoise slow - our waitress actually bussed tables and set them up for the lunch crowd PRIOR to taking our order. We ordered a number of sides in order to get a chance to try a little bit of everything offered. Their baby red potatoes had no seasoning what-so-ever and were on the raw and crunchy side as were my husband's shredded hash browns (which he declined to eat). His toast was pale and limp, over medium eggs were barely over easy, the 1/2 ham steak (actually half a slice of 1/4" ham) was a bit tough and grisly. Their pancakes are pretty mediocre. However, their bacon and sausage links were delicious and cooked to perfection. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful - unfortunately we found their food just acceptable and our bill a bit higher than we're used to paying for breakfast.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
We loved everything about this place. Nice ambience. Great service. The food far exceeded our expectations. The chef is super creative!
We started with the grilled brussels sprouts—crispy, flavorful, a bit spicy. Delicious. We both chose the pork chop for our main course and were glad we did. Outstanding cook on the meat (huge portion!) plus a really cool combination of flavors in the accompanying vegetables.
I highly recommend a visit to Rediviva!
4.5 based on 63 reviews
This is a great place to stop for a burger & fry's. The food is top-of-the-line and the home town service is excellent!
The place is clean, bright and a very safe place for out-of-town travlers to stop.
I highly recommend this restaurant for travlers passing through town!
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