Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Hood River. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Hood River beckons travelers with the scent of orchard blooms and the promise of adventure on the rushing waters of the Columbia River. The winds through the Columbia River Gorge provide the perfect conditions for windsurfing and kite surfing, making the city a hotspot for those sports in recent years. The surrounding area is ripe with orchards growing cherries, apples, peaches and other sweets. Take the Mt. Hood Scenic Railroad through the orchard route and take in the views of Mt. Hood.
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4 based on 430 reviews
Lift a glass to the Pfriem family of artisinal beers--- rife with complexity and elegance, influenced by the great brewers of Belgium, but unmistakably true to their homegrown roots in the Great Pacific Northwest. PFriem is located along the Hood River Wa
After tasting over 900 different beers around the world (my son owns a brewery), I can attest that pFriem has a consistent record of great brewing and great recipes. Multiple style choices on tap that were good from top to bottom. Worth visiting just for the beer.
4 based on 470 reviews
At Celilo, we are committed to a healthy and sustainable future. Our menus feature Pacific Northwest cuisine made with fresh and local ingredients.We hope that you will join us in our dining roomâs warm atmosphere, created by local artists and craftsmen.
If you are a foodie or just a wine lover, you must try Celilo. We dined in downtown Hood River at Celilo Restaurant and Bar after hearing that they are a farm to table type of restaurant. Consequently, Celilo features a menu of fresh ingredients, complemented by a far-reaching wine list.We were here in May and had two amazing dishes made with fresh asparagus and Morrel mushrooms. For dessert, we had a tasty pear, cranberry, huckleberry trio of sorbets. Plus we had some great wines. Definitely, don't miss this place when you are in Hood River!
4 based on 334 reviews
We are a restaurant located in downtown Hood River, Oregon that has been around since 1992. We serve everything from sandwiches at lunch to burgers and salads all day long. We run nightly specials that start at 5pm and happy hour is located in the bar fro
We were taken here by friends - probably would not have found it on our own, and enjoyed the meal. The BLT sandwiches were very good, the place was clean and quiet, not too crowded. I'd return again.
4 based on 268 reviews
Everything about Stonehedge was great. Our waitperson was Sophie, her father seated us and her mother cooked. The meal was tasty and well-made. Even the salad was good - nice dressing and interesting ingredients. My salmon pasta was so good, and I was lucky enough to bring some home for another meal. Our party of four loved everything about the experience: the food, the staff and sitting outdoors in a beautiful setting.
4 based on 796 reviews
At this very moment, perched on a bluff overlooking the Gorge, our specialists in the liquid refreshment arts are crafting barley and hops into your next beer. Swing by and sample our awarding winning brews, grab a bite, take a tour and soak up the view.
Happy hour menu is excellent. Ceasur salad $4. Quarter pound burger $6, Tacos are $3. Smoken good deal. Service is excellent. Remember to feed parking meters till 6.
4 based on 337 reviews
Well I just so happened to see a back cover advertisement about this restaurant on a magazine at our Air BnB. The steak and eggs looked so good I couldn't sleep the night before. Torn between a skillet and a omelette as I always am, seeing a fellow patron's food arrive and the waitress recommendation I went with what Van Halen would call the "best of both world's".....the Farmer's Omelet! Let's just say if you're in the state of Oregon period - get to Egg River ASAP!!
4 based on 686 reviews
On a Friday evening, the place was packed with locals and people visiting. Very good and friendly atmosphere. Interesting selection of beers and ciders. I opted for a "Hop Lion" with a small version of Buffy pizza which was already big enough ! The pizza was tasty with a thin crust.I recommend the place for its atmosphere and its choice of drinks and food.
4 based on 1113 reviews
Hood River's only waterfront restaurant is known for some of the best food in the Gorge, plus amazing Columbia River views from just about every table. Enjoy it all indoors in Riverside's recently remodeled dining room or on the expansive dining deck. Men
My best friend Gail and I were there for a long girly weekend. The Riverside far surpassed our expectations. Service, Food, atmosphere were all spot on. Happy Hour was a delight, and the selections were plentiful. The salads were large and the dinners were exceptional. I had the Wedge and Steak and seasonal veg, all off the Happy Hour Menu. Outstanding. Fresh, tender meat, veggies cooked to perfection. But breakfast was off the charts. Poached pear, maple pecan French toast that was not too sweet and melted in your mouth. The Short Rib Hash was just delicious and had a lot of very tender pieces of meat cooked just right. Onions, peppers, and potatoes were also delicious. The coffee was wonderful and the Pumpkin Spice Mule drink I had was a favorite. The views of the Gorge spectacular. Highly recommend this place. Will definitely be going back. And bonus. If you stay at The Best Western Plus in Hood River, you get breakfast for free!!!Dear Sherri L,We appreciate your generous and detailed review. Thank you for taking the time to submit it. We are ecstatic to hear how much enjoyed your meals with us at Riverside and Happy Hour at Cebu. We hope you enjoyed your long girls weekend, and that you're able to join us again in the future!
4 based on 606 reviews
Wood fired & Gorge-inspired! Featuring an imported Italian wood fire oven, the cafe specializes in rustic, inventive and award-winning pizzas! We also serve seasonal chef's entrees & fresh, local cuisine made from scratch. We serve culinary-inspired cockt
Weâve been a fan of this place before it moved across the river because they used wonderful local fruits and vegetables in a wide array of cooking styles. This hasnât changed at all. We started the meal with their hand cut truffle fries then moved on to an heirloom tomato peaches toast with a unique goat cheese and herb spread. We then ate one of their pizzas, Cremini Mushroom and goat cheese with a sprinkling of mozzarella pizza. It was loaded with mushrooms but I just didnât think the crust was terrific. It needed to remain a wee bit longer in the brick oven. And perhaps a bit more mozzarella. My only other complaint and this is a problem with many Hood River restaurants, they are not air conditioned. On a stifling hot minimal breeze evening like last night sitting on their outside eating area was miserable. But eating indoors probably as bad. And when we left after 9 pm the place was still packed!
4 based on 588 reviews
Betteâs is a good diner style restaurant for breakfast. A few of us met for breakfast on the last day of a get together we had in Hood River. Since people were leaving for airports and road trips, we appreciated the quick service along with the good food. I enjoyed the crab Benedict, and I donât remember any complaints from anyone else about their food!
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