Mary Todd's Workers Bar & Grill is located in the small, historic, and pleasantly funky western part of Astoria known as Uniontown. I'm sure the building holds tons of history, none of which I was able to find in my reference book or online. I'll put it on my growing list of places to look up on my next visit to the Heritage Museum. I did find a blog showing and telling of a visit inside, not only for atmosphere and drinks, but also reportedly for great food. I'll have to check the place out myself sometime. I also found a very cool painting online by Mary Tanguay, an artist who lives and works in Uniontown.
In a comment to this post, "Auntie" wrote: "I love The Workers and Mary Todd is an excellent bartender. The funny thing about this place is it's like a vortex of fun. You never know who you are going to run into there, there is a great mix of locals and some visitors too, they have great tunes, prime rib as big as your head for CHEAP and it's just plain fun. On really special nights, Mary will dance on a table for you."
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