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4 based on 147 reviews
First, in January 2012 we opened Falling Sky Brewing House and Pub where we brew all our beer on site. Next, in July 2013 came the Pour House Delicatessen- a true NW Deli (and beerâ¦always the beer.) Finally, in June 2016 the trifecta was completed and we
Ok. We enjoyed Falling Sky Brewery. The staff was exceptional. The beer I tried was exceptional. The facility and see through to copper implements, exceptional. Go for it. But unfortunately We tracked this back alley gem down because they bragged about their hot dawg online. They did not have chili. How do you offer the public a dry bun and weiner and brag about it. I would gladly return to Falling Sky but not under the illusion that I would find a hot dawg. Eugene needs a hot dawg vendor that is not a cart on 5th or 7th. It's a great site for mural photo opps.
3 based on 347 reviews
The hawaiian dish was lovely, as was thier burger. Good sized venue and outdoor seating near the river was exceptional.
4 based on 53 reviews
Fun and great tasting craft beer, food trucks and knowledgeable beer tenders made for a great 2 evenings. Ok so it was afternoon, donât judge. It was 6 pm East Coast time!32 taps I think (see photo). A LOT of top can beers. Samples given. Friggin A this place has good beer and is a blast. And outside is their sister âcoffee gardenâ for those who love good coffee, lattes and espresso
4 based on 164 reviews
Wild Duck cafe offers high quality hand made cuisine in a unique yet comfortable atmosphere. Our flagship fresh ground natural beef burgers set the stage while a unique collection of locally crafted art and university of Oregon memorabilia create an eclec
Great service, good comfort food. Wine a bit overpriced but good selection to choose from. Staff was very courteous and the service was fast!
4 based on 373 reviews
When I think of our meal at the brewery, itâs not the beer I remember, itâs the cornbread and honey butter. Soooo good!Service was good, meal was just right, location was handy to our hotel (The Graduate), the atmosphere was hopping (just before the Garth concert) and the beer was cold.I would definitely return if ever back in Eugene!
4 based on 183 reviews
Arrived at 8 pm. Ordered soup and salad. We wanted to eat before our friends surprise birthday which was supposed to happen at 9pm in the back. 8:45. No soup no salad . Iâm starving. I went to the bar and asked the bartender to just cancel my order. He seemed to be surprised and I told him that it had been 45 minutes since he took my order and since I had last seen him. He goes to the kitchen window and comes back and says âthey must have lost your orderâ The only reason my husband and I stayed as long as we did was so that we could enjoy the surprise celebration for our friends birthday but we never got any food except a slice of birthday cake. We will not be going back to this establishment. How long does it take to dump some clam chowder into a bowl and pour the salad out of the bag? And the bartender shouldâve noticed that we have been sitting there for 45 minutes and didnât have any food or at least had somebody check on this.So sorry to hear about your experience here. I looked into what may have happened. It seems our bartender was so busy getting ready for your friends large party that he unfortunately neglected his section. This is surprising as he has worked here for several years. We have spoken with him and reminded him how important it is to be fully aware of all of our guest's needs. Clearly he failed on this point. Our servers are trained to seek assistance whenever they may feel overwhelmed or distracted. I truly hope you are willing to give us another try again so we can show you a true Cornucopia experience. Sincerely, Nils Stark
4 based on 190 reviews
I had the cheese steak with house smoked meat. My husband had the elk tacos. Kids had burgers. All of us agreed it was amazing. Beer was great, service was outstanding. Would definitely go if youâre in town.
4 based on 591 reviews
The Oregon Electric Station is a national historic landmark featuring antique railroad cars for dining. Oregon Electric Station is committed and dedicated to quality of product, ambience, and hospitality. Our menus are globally inspired and artistically c
We wanted to go some place special with our business associates. We picked this place and were not disappointed. All six of us loved what we ordered. The wine was excellent and so was the service. It has been awhile since we have been to the Oregon Electric Station. It is a tad on the expensive side but we found the food exceptional. Yes, there could be a couple of suggestions for improvement but all-in-all it was very good.
4 based on 337 reviews
A full-service, family friendly restaurant serving Northwest comfort food with a twist.
The Poppers were so amazing I think my husband was ready to run off with the lady who makes them from scratch. The Meatloaf sandwich was delicious...their Tomato Basil soup, amazing. My son had the Haddock sandwich and loved it and my daughter ordered the pulled pork sandwich and after a couple bites looks at me and says...Mom, you make the best-pulled pork ever and I think Cafe 440 might have you beat. This coming from a girl that has tasted pulled pork from one side of the country to another. Are only regret is that we don't live in Oregon and may never get back to this awesome cafe. Oh and the service was wonderful!!!!
4 based on 779 reviews
Take a seat at our restaurant in Eugene and enjoy a panoramic view of the Willamette River while enjoying breakfast, lunch, dinner or a glass of Willamette Valley pinot noir at SweetWaters. Our Chef has put his own spin on traditional Northwest favorites,
I had to stay at the Sweetwaters hotel after my vehicle broke down. I ordered room service and Rocky took great care of me. She was professional, caring and funny.The food was great too!
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