Baker City is a city in and the county seat of Baker County, Oregon, United States. It was named after Edward D. Baker, the only U.S. Senator ever killed in military combat. The population was 9,828 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Baker City
5 based on 18 reviews
I needed an iced americano stat, and this place hooked me up. It costs less than Starbucks and was a much stronger drink. The drive through was a little wonky, but it was fun when they came outside to take my order :) If you need a good coffee quickly, this a great place to pick one up!
4.5 based on 224 reviews
Stopped in for lunch and glad I did! Great lamb gyro. Fast, friendly service. Will stop in here on my next visit to Baker City. Limited seating so try to avoid rush times.
5 based on 22 reviews
A from scratch bakery with a large variety of both traditional and innovative flavors. Savory brunch items as well as classic dessert options with a constantly changing menu.
The treats, the bakery, the service...all just right! I enjoyed having an hour to myself savor a delicious roll, a righteous roll as they call them. Mine was a perfectly crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside roll filled with scalloped potatoes, cheese and caramelized onions. It was savory and warm, perfect with a cup of coffee on a cold snowy day. The bakery is cheerful and bright. The employees were friendly and helpful. I will definitely return the next time I'm in town.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
We make all of our own dough in house using a family poolish that is over 110 years old. We use only whole-milk mozzarella with no fillers, and all of our meats are gluten-free (meaning they aren't processed with flour in them to make them pretty). We chop our Romaine hearts each morning to be sure that your salads are crisp and fresh, and have dozens of different toppings to create your own perfect meal that you don't have to make yourself!We truly strive for a great dining experience at reasonable prices. Please join us, and introduce yourself to our familia.
This is a self serve ordering type place. We both had Caesar salad and their manicotti dish. Meal was delicious, service was fast, and reasonable price.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
An excellent vanilla latte in the morning makes me a better person. This is the place in Baker City to get that latte, or cappuccino, or cup of coffee. Nice selection of freshly made bagels, cream cheese spreads (spellchecker doesn't accept the Yiddish term), and breakfast sandwiches. There are other "big breakfast" places in town, but for coffee and a bagel this is the place to be.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Handcrafted sandwiches using premium meats and cheeses. We slice to order every time. Home made soups, salads, ice cream and espresso.
Was overwhelmed by choices, so the young man at counter offered different suggestions. Had a HUGE ice cream afterwards that was wonderful. Thank you Charlie's as I had just encountered very rude personnel across the street at the Grand Hotel and you had no way of knowing that. Your friendly smiles were very much welcomed.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
When ever stay in Bakers City we stop for our morning cup of Jo at the Coffee Corral. The Corral Gals are super nice and make a great cup of jo. They even roast their own beans right on site.
4.5 based on 324 reviews
Barley Brown's was established in 1998. It's located in the Historic District of Baker City Oregon. The in-house brewery can be viewed from the dining room. Best Places Northwest says "Baker City's best (and biggest) dinners come from this family-friendly brew pub" Fudors describes it as the "Cheers" of Baker City. The beautiful oak bar is surrounded by antique bar stools made from the original jury chairs out of the Baker County court house. It's a fully stocked bar, with a wine list, and featuring Barley Brown's award winning beers. The dining room is lined with large oak booths under a stamped tin ceiling. The one story brick building is easy to find at the corner of Main and church streets. It has a parking lot and plenty of street parking. Closed Sundays and most Holidays.
Ate dinner here. For a Monday night the place was busy, but got seated in 5 minutes. Good beer, pasta special -delish, and hubby ordered the chicken fried steak, he said it was good. Lots of food! Good service.
5 based on 5 reviews
The Stone Bros. (spell it backwards) roast and serve the best coffee that I've ever had, hands-down. Their lattes aren't too sweet to cover up the rich coffee taste, and the Granitas will spoil you for other blended coffees. I will rearrange travel to hit the drive-through at Sorbenots in La Grande, Baker City, Ontario and Boise. Embarrassing but true.
4.5 based on 132 reviews
This down home locals cafe is a real jewel, if your not into fancy. Great down home cooking, fast service, large portions and very reasonable pricing. This small cafe can be easily overlooked. but it is where a lot of the locals go, you can tell when they are greeted by there first names. The menu is reasonably varied, some thing for every ones taste.
From the salad, to dessert, I think you will be hard pressed fault the food or service.
The atmosphere is dinner style and dated but the friendly staff and good food make up for itThere dinner buns are to die for. We had a breakfast, lunch and dinner there all were great. like I say not fancy just good.
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