To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, Astoria has installed a Reme-Halo RGF air purification system. Using ionized-hydro-peroxides, the system destroys harmful micobials in the air and on surfaces. The technology kills bacteria, mold and viruses, kills 99 percent of sneeze and cough germs within three feet and 99 percent of viruses on surfaces. We’re doing everything we can to keep you healthy when you visit Astoria.
For the time being, Astoria will not take reservations and will limit seatings to 90 minutes. We appreciate your understanding as we try to accommodate our guests as smoothly as possible under current constraints.
NEW HOURS FOR PATIO AND CAFE
Lunch: Tuesday – Friday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Happy Hour: Tuesday – Saturday 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Dinner: Tuesday – Thursday 5 p.m. – 9 p.m./Friday & Saturday 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Brunch: Saturday 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m./Sunday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
“On one of those cement-sky February days in Cleveland, we sat near the windows at Astoria Cafe & Market …and saw sunshine land on the table. That bright light came from a series of Mediterranean-inspired foods: lemony hummus with warm, grilled, fresh pita chips; imported salami sliced to a melting thinness with brilliant green baby arugula, and lamb chops sharing a plate with dabs of peso and mascarpone-rich mashed potatoes. Did I mention the lush little rounds of octopus, the best I’ve ever had? Something warm and authentic is going on here.” – Debbi Snook
SCENE MAGAZINE: ONE STOP SHOP – Astoria Cafe & Market delivers an unmatched dining and shopping experience
“On a recent Saturday night Astoria was buzzing with activity. On the retail market side, customers popped in to purchase bottles of wine, tubs of mixed olives, cheeses by the pound, thin-sliced imported meats, and whatever else they needed to survive and oncoming blizzard. Over the the cafe, nearly every seat in the bar and dining room was filled with guests who chose to leave the cooking to the pros.” – Douglas Trattner
“Sometimes when a restaurant tries to do too many things, nothing works. But the folks at Astoria Cafe & Market have found the recipe for success with a culinary triumvirate: bar, restaurant and market. You might want to call to see if reservations are necessary for brunch at busy Astoria Cafe & Market.” – Marc Bona