Gilbert District Businesses

Welcome to the Historic Gilbert District! TigerLily Gallery and Boutique.

The Tiger Lily Boutique & Gallery is within the Gilbert District Gallery and under the new ownership of Gloria Hernandez where you will find beautiful artwork & unique home decor!

613 Broadway Street
Seaside, Oregon

 

(503) 440-7996
(503) 739-7044

Hours:

Mon: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: Closed
Thu: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Fri: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sat: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sun: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Pizza a’fetta Seaside opens in August 2020 in the Kirwen Building in the Historic Gilbert District!

 

 

 

“We are building a new Pizza a’fetta Restaurant in the Kirwen Building located at 611 Broadway.

Plans are to open by August 2020.”

–JAMES FAURENTINO

pizzaafettaseaside@gmail.com
Gourmet Hand Tossed Pizza, Salads & Appetizers

 

 

July 4th Seaside First Saturday Art Walk is on!

Celebrating 16 years in 2020, the next Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, will be held 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday July 4th.

The free event takes place between Holladay Drive and Broadway Street in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside.

The short list:

Gloria’s Gilbert District Gallery, 613 Broadway St.

SunRose Gallery, 606 Broadway St.

Pacific Heirloom Art and Collectables , 608 Broadway St.

Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway St.

The Whet Spot, 12 N. Holladay Drive

Blue Bond Art Studio and Gallery, 417 S. Holladay Drive

Angi D Wildt Gallery, 737 Broadway St., #2

 

 

 

The galleries will be following the state’s reopening plan for Phase 2

Limiting the number of guests to 25
Masks are recommended
Social distancing guidelines in place

Eye candy=new summer art in every gallery!!!

Bev Birdwell is a new NW artist at Gloria’s Gilbert District Gallery.

BEVERLY BIRDWELL

Bev has called Vancouver, Washington home for many years. During this time she has had a painting studio, Arts Desire, where many classes and workshops are held. She has been able to have her studio on the same property as her home, which has allowed her to work and enjoy her beautiful flower garden right out the classroom window. She spent about 13 years as a staff teacher for Susan Scheewe Publications, and in recent years has been teaching painting workshops at various art conventions.

 

Bev has published two instructional books titled “Garden Collection” and “Garden Collection 2” on painting flowers in acrylic, watercolor and oil which have been well received. Bev was also one of the artists featured in the “Northwest Artists” coffee table book featuring Northwest artists.

 

The Holland America Bulb Farms of Woodland, WA selected Bev’s tulip painting for their 2007 limited edition print. Bev went to Taiwan representing Martin F Weber /Susan Scheewe acrylics in 4 different teaching trips at K Kingdom which were each 2-3 weeks in duration and teaching with the Scheewe acrylic and watercolors.

Bev took a group of 6 in June 2017 for an artist retreat in the Lott area of SW France where many sights were visited and sketching and painting of these sights as well. This was followed by several days in Paris visiting the Louvre, D’Orsay, Giverny and other sites.

Gloria’s Gilbert District Gallery is located at 613 Broadway Street in the Kirwen Building of downtown Seaside.

 

Historic Gilbert District neighborhood of downtown Seaside.

 

 It includes 4 city blocks, often called the gateway to Seaside.

The Historic Gilbert District is located on the corner of Broadway Street and Holladay Drive. The area is bordered by the Broadway Bridge (second bridge in the photo with the pink building on the left) and is at the intersection of Highway 101 at Broadway.

Seaside Art Walk on-line exhibition June 6th- 25th.

UPDATE! Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, scheduled for June 6th, will be online only. Out of an abundance of caution and following the State’s Phase One re-opening guidelines from COVID-19 with limits on public gatherings, the event will be viewed through individual gallery articles, rather than a public gathering.

Angi D Wildt Gallery, 737 Broadway St., #2

“Northwest Reflections” continues through the June’s 1st Saturday Virtual Art Walk. The Angi D Wildt Gallery is featuring photographs and paintings inspired by the reflections on the Oregon Coast shores and other bodies of water. You may view this work at http://www.angidwildtgallery.com or schedule a private tour.

Blue Bond Art Studio and Gallery, 417 S. Holladay Drive

Featuring oil paintings by Blue Bond, an accomplished Seaside professional artist whose specialty is in portraits, wildlife and still life. With over fifty years of experience, the artist enjoys commissioned portraits.

For more info call (360) 921-4672 or FB message m.me/BlueStudioGallery2016


Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway St.

Fairweather offers a dose of Americana in SUMMER SERVED, on exhibit through June 25. Featuring art by Paul Brent, Melissa Jander, and Sharon Johnson, as well as, wood serving bowls by woodturner Tom Willing.

“Part curatorial, part installation Fairweather House and Gallery brings together artists’ works from a wide variety of genres and grouping them in seasonal spectrums.”

For more info contact fairweatherkd@gmail.com or message FB @fairweatherhouseandgallery

Pacific Heirloom Art and Collectables, 608 Broadway St.

Featuring Cindi Kaliszewski, photographs in rice paper mounted on glass and driftwood, as well as images on matted and framed. Her art creates a pleasing ethereal feel that can be highlighted with a light source.

For more info contact SkyWater Home and Gallery/ Ilwaco (520) 661-2570

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SunRose Gallery, 606 Broadway St.

As we celebrate the height of spring, SunRose is highlighting three amazing mosaic artists. Kath Jones uses mixed media in organic colors; Anna Meyrick features vibrant stained glass and Charlotte Bruhn integrates her handmade ceramics with natural stone.

For more info contact cathytippin@gmail.com or at cell (503) 717-2685

Supporting local businesses is more important than ever before…

HISTORIC GILBERT DISTRICT BUSINESSES:
94.9 The Bridge
ACE Hardware
Ancient Health and Healing
Angi D Wildt Gallery
At Home on Broadway
Bagels by the Sea
Beach Books
Beach Puppy
Bella Espresso
Bliss Mercantile & Brocante
Blue Bond Art Studio and Gallery (on Holladay)
Dough Dough Bakery
End of the Trail Pub
Fairweather House and Gallery
Fire House Grill
Five-Star Henna
Gilbert District Gallery
Hold Fast Tattoo Company
Holiday Inn Express
Line X of Clatsop County
Nonni’s Bistro
Pacific Heirloom and Collectibles
Patty’s Wicker Cafe
Peddler’s Row
Pizza a’fetta Seaside
Rust and Dust
Salon on Broadway
Seaside Antique Mall
Seaside Brewery Co.
Seaside Coffee House
Seaside Coffee Roasters
Seaside Yarn and Fiber
Seaside Yoga
Shamous Rocks
Shine Fair Trade
Spay and Neuter Thrift Shop
Star Furniture
Starry Night Inn and Art Hotel
Studio 7
SunRose Gallery
The Heathy Hub
The Whet Spot
Tom’s Fish and Chips

Tora Sushi
Una Ves Mas Mexican Restaurant
Yellow Curry Cozy Thai
Voyages Toys
Wheel Fun

About the End of the Trail Public House

Sean McKeown and ‘Not Your Standard Sour’ at the End of the Trail Public House

733 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138
located in the Historic Gilbert District
 (503) 717-5472

 

 

Columbia Bar: End of the Trail Public House Sour

By Ryan Hume Feb 19, 2020

For Our Coast/ Coast Weekend

 

 

It is hard to imagine that I have been writing this Columbia Bar column for over five years now. I have learned quite a bit along the way while ducking into the regions numerous drinking holes and offering myself up as a guinea pig to whomever happened to be slinging sauce that day.

 

In no particular order, some half-truisms: know that bartenders are some of the best people in the world to talk to. Yes, you should at minimum tip a dollar a drink. Not all simple syrups are simple. Mezcal has more regulations upholding its place of origin and quality than its hermana tequila. In addition, sorry Kentucky, but even Oregon can make a decent bourbon.

 

Writing this column has introduced me to many creative spirits. It should come as no surprise to say that the bar culture and local distilling scene is thriving.

 

It seems appropriate then that I landed at End of the Trail Public House in Seaside.

 

When quizzed, owner Sean McKeown traces the origin of the sport pub’s name to the plaque on the Lewis and Clark statue rising above the roundabout where Seaside’s Prom ends against the sand. However, if you find yourself staring at this statue, you have missed the pub by a number of blocks.

 

McKeown has deep roots on the other end of Broadway. His parents own the Firehouse Grill and Nonni’s Italian Bistro within spitting distance of End of the Trail.

 

McKeown cut his teeth in the family businesses before venturing out on the pub, which is his first solo effort. The pub is located in the old Moose Lodge, 733 Broadway St.

 

Having just celebrated its six month anniversary in January 2020, End of the Trail is up and running as a proper sports bar, with an array of flat-screen televisions reaching deep into the ESPN multiverse. There is also pool; darts and a gigantic Connect 4 board that just so happens to compliment the rest of the pub’s décor. The bar top was moved across the street from the closed McKeown’s Irish Pub.

 

When I first sat down at the bar, the bartender was fielding a landline call from someone looking for an update on the score of the Oregon Ducks women’s’ basketball game. If that does not legitimize a sports bar, I do not know what will.

 

In true Oregon Coast fashion, everything behind the bar and in the kitchen is scratch-made, from the simple syrup to the whipped cream that blooms off the head of each Irish coffee like a cloud.

 

However, for this column, we are looking past tradition. This particular drink is a new arrival to the bar menu. The Not Your Standard Sour is just that.

 

American bourbon and English-style gin are not exactly fast friends in an old-fashioned glass, even if this particular gin, Hendrick’s, very light with cucumber and herbaceous with rose, is made in Scotland, and carries no hangover from the dust of the Revolutionary War.

 

This odd couple is melded with freshly squeezed citrus — either lemon or lime will work, McKeown says — and a splash of grenadine stains the whole thing pink. Most whiskey sours run queasy on the color wheel, with a hint of green.

 

An impaled Bordeaux cherry and a graft of lemon peel spruce up the finished product.

 

Enjoy and do not forget to tip your bartender.

Welcome to the Historic Gilbert District. Bliss Mercantile & Brocante.

Bliss Mercantile & Brocante

Shopping & Specialty Retail

734 Broadway Seaside, OR 97138

(971) 865-6255

 

 

 

Purveyor of Chateau Chic Style-treasures for the home and garden that are a little bit French Country and a little bit Romantic Rococo…

 

And, too, welcome to the Seaside Chamber of Commerce!

 

Sharing a grace note to the Historic Gilbert District:

“As a resident in walking distance I am over the moon that Bliss has come to Seaside, into that section of Broadway! We are SO fortunate! Revitalization of one of our most beautiful storefronts, from such dear and creative folks, with a venue we can shop and enjoy year round, is such a gift! Welcome them, support them, appreciate them! Thank you Bliss Mercantile and Brocante for choosing Seaside, Oregon!”  P. Schwenzer

Save the date. Seaside Antique Mall Fall Sale.

October 4, 5 and 6th.

Seaside Antique Mall

726 Broadway St

Seaside, Oregon 97138

(503) 717-9312

 

Every booth, every dealer to have fabulous stuff on sale.

The Seaside Antique Mall has become as big of a destination point as Seaside itself. The Management and Staff are always friendly and helpful. The Vendors inside the mall are always bringing in new items and keeping it fresh.

This is a super clean, well-organized super fun place to visit if you are in search for that special item or just taking time off to browse and relive your past memories browsing the very large and diversified amount of vintage items in this mall.


“We visit the Seaside Antique Mall every time we are in Seaside and always seem to find the perfect item to add to our collection. Thank you to all the vendors for bringing your wonderful treasures to Seaside for us to enjoy and add to our collections.”

Seaside First Saturday Art Walk. September 7, 5-7PM.

SEASIDE — Celebrating 15 years in 2019, the next Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, will be held 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7. The free event takes place between Holladay Drive and Broadway Street in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside.

 

 

 

Shine Fair Trade, 609 Broadway St.

Featuring hand painted one-of-a-kind sand dollar art by Seaside artist Sandy Higgins. Each sand dollar is collected locally, cleaned, primed and sealed with poly acrylic paint and are made to last a “very long time.”

 


Painted Sand Dollar by Sandy Higgins at Shine Fair Trade

 

Peddler’s Row, 604 Broadway St.

Featuring vintage oils, designer goods and work created by artisans. Peddler’s Row is a new-old business curated by Avery Loschen and Will Perkins.

 

Peddler’s Row display by Will Perkins.

SunRose Gallery, 606 Broadway St.

Featuring felted wall art, sconces and artisan jewelry by Seaside artist Robin Montero. Also presenting new spirit dolls by Jan Barber, beaded mosaics and acrylic paintings by Zemula Fleming and new sand dollar mosaics by Mimi Fox. Live music provided by guitarist David Crabtree accompanied on saxophone and flute by Ray Coffey.

‘Khaleesi,’ felted portrait by Robin Montero at SunRose Gallery

 

Pacific Heirloom Art and Collectables, 608 Broadway St.

Featuring an extensive collection of ancient wood floats and antique netted glass floats. Wooden buoys predate glass floats. They are referred by Japanese float expert, Walt Pich, as “ancient.” Antique wooden deep-sea fishing floats should show, splits, and roughness from life in the ocean. Netted glass floats are no longer used by fishermen, yet many of them are still afloat in the world’s oceans, found primarily in the Pacific.

 

 

Pacific Heirloom wood float display.

 

Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway St.

 

Opening reception for “Contrasts,” an exhibition showing art from selected regional artists using bright, abstract palettes – electric yellows, brilliant blues, wild reds and shining greens and in addition displaying only black and white tones found in the natural world. Artists will speak on their work at 5:30 p.m. and naturalist Neal Maine will talk about the local habit at 6 p.m. Painting Seaside Live event led by Paul Brent with live music by Shirley 88 throughout the evening. Featuring abstract artists Bill Baily, Gregory Bell, Christine Downs, Agnes Field, Carmela Newstead, Jan Rimerman, Renee Rowe, Russell J. Young, Zifen Qian and Peg Wells. In addition, Renee Hafeman, mid-century jewelry designer, and mosaic-beaded artist, Gayle H. Seely, reveal bright, new fall work.  Neal Maine habitat lecture at 6:pm.  Painting LIVE demonstration by Paul Brent.  Playing LIVE music by Shirley 88.

 

‘Elegant Blue Heron’ photograph by Neal Maine at the Fairweather House and Gallery

 

Art in the Loft at Beach Books, 616 Broadway St.

 

Presenting Oregon artists Jim Zaleski and Jeffrey Hall in “The New Media Art Movement / Rise of the Tradigitalists,” an introductory exhibit of an evolving New Age art form. Once shunned and criticized by contemporary artists, the digital art world is now making peace with its once skeptical progenitors. Zaleski and Hall will help educate the public on the New Media Art movement through this exhibit and will help demystify the genre in order to encourage more acceptance by other artists and the public at large.

 

 

Mixed media by Jim Zaleski at Beach Books’ Art in the Loft gallery

 

 

Seaside Yarn and Fiber, 10A N. Holladay Drive

Featuring new hand-dyed autumn colorways and offering yarn-spinning demonstrations.

 

 

The Whet Spot, 12 N. Holladay Drive

Featuring Seaside artist Billy Lutz who has painted in themes for 30 years, developing a philosophy of collectivism premised on the requirements of individual motive and other paradox. In addition, Lutz will play his guitar live during the Art Walk evening.

 

 ‘Nearsighted Moon’ by Billy Lutz. Acrylic/layered wood with raised leaded panel at The Whet Spot

 

Angi D Wildt Gallery, 737 Broadway St., #2

Featuring Dustin Yorksie, known to his friends as Woody, is a first generation American born to Canadian immigrants. A constant love of space exploration has led the artist to a newfound passion for Astrophotography as a current major focus. Future work in weather photography, macro and landscape is in the sights for Yorksie. Meet Yorksie and artists Christine Kende and Aerin Adrian.

 

 

Blue Bond Art Studio and Gallery, 417 S. Holladay Drive

Featuring oil paintings and acrylics by Blue Bond, an accomplished Seaside professional artist whose specialty is in portraits and wildlife.

 

 

Oil by Blue Bond at Blue Bond Art Studio and Galley

 

Starry Night Art Hotel and Inn, 811 First Ave.

Featuring the art of Caroline Green, an artist that uses glazing to create paintings inspired by the Pacific Northwest environment. The art at the motel is curated by Chris Haberman.

 

 

Find additional original art during the day at: Gilbert District Gallery, 613 Broadway St.; Seaside Coffee House, 3 N. Holladay Drive; Seaside Antique Mall, 726 Broadway St. and at Dough Dough Bakery, 8 N Holladay Drive.