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151 Howerton Way

Ilwaco, WA, 98624

360-642-4332

— Open Thursday thru Monday —

OleBob's Seafood Market

Open 10am - 5:30pm   

OleBob's Galley Cafe

 Open  11am - 4pm   

 Open  11am - 5pm   Friday & Saturday

Closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Seafood Market

Olebob's Seafood Market @ Ilwaco, Washington

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Olebob's Seafood Galley @ Ilwaco, Washington

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Welcome to OleBob's Seafood Market

Welcome to OleBob's Seafood Market, Ilwaco, WA

Welcome to OleBob's (pronounced Oly-Bobs) Galley Cafe AND Seafood Market.

We are a family-owned, premier retail seafood market and cafe located at the Port of Ilwaco on the Long Beach Washington Peninsula. The charming fishing village of Ilwaco is nestled in between the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean at the very southwest corner of Washington State. Long known as the "salmon fishing capital of the world," the Port of Ilwaco is now also known for its export of Dungeness crab and Albacore tuna.

OleBob's Seafood Market opened in 2003 followed by The Galley Cafe in 2009. We take great pride in selling high quality, fresh, local seafood and providing superior service to our customers.

OleBob's is named after Bob Hagerup (father of owner Bill Hagerup) and his best friend and fishing partner Alan "Ole" Olson. Schoolteachers by trade, the two men also gillnet fished on the lower Columbia River. For their cherished annual fishing treks to Alaska they converted an old "sailing vessel" into a bow-picker and dubbed it the "OleBob." Pictures of them and their boat adorn the market.

Last modified on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 07:00