Reviews on Cafe food in Jacksonville, Oregon, United States. Jacksonville is a city in Jackson County, Oregon, United States, approximately 5 miles (8 km) west of Medford. It was named for Jackson Creek, which flows through the community and was the site of one of the first placer gold claims in the area. It includes Jacksonville Historic District, which was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1966. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 2,235. As of July 1, 2011, the city's population was estimated to be 2,800.
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4 based on 45 reviews
I've seen this restaurant for years, but as I'm usually not too impressed with the restaurants in Central Point, I never stopped in. We finally went there for breakfast. The servers were very friendly. I had the Vegetarian Eggs Benedict, which was quite good. My only issue was that it was drowning in a sea of Hollandaise. Less would have been much better as it made it really messy to eat. Otherwise, we enjoyed The Palms Cafe very much.
4 based on 35 reviews
It was mid-afternoon, 2 or so. It was a quite day inside this eatery. The staff were attentive and nice.I ordered the Tri-Tip Philly and mac salad as my side. The salad was homemade. The salad was plentiful but bland.Tri-tip Philly had cheese, onions, peppers, and Tri-Tip. Serving was size was adequate. The veggies and cheese was the most redeeming part of the sandwich, the meat was uninspiring and extra chewy.Summary: a monotonous meal
4 based on 51 reviews
Stopped in for breakfast and we were not disappointed. The service was fast and friendly and the food came quick. The breakfasts were really big and really good. They donât skimp on anything here... they even come around and refill your orange juice, not many places do that. We look forward to more breakfasts here.
We almost ran to Dolly Varden's when we found time to have breakfast. Oh Boy, it was great finding it where we left it a year ago, locals were still eating at Dolly's, the service remains great, as does their cooking, and the coffee... and thankful most of all for their 3 egg Spanish Omelette and homemade Salsa !I forgot to take pic's because I was enjoying my omelette so much. Here's a complement seldom heard ... my wife had ordered the same omelette I had, said nothing, concentrated on eating, finished before I did, and as she pushed her dish away said ... "that was excellent"â¼ï¸ I agree. (And that was the first omelette she could eat in a long time.â¼ï¸)You owe it to yourself to stop by, watch the time, and enjoy any selection you choose on the menu. As you already know, I'm slightly bias toward Dolly's Spanish Omelette & Salsa. Drop by and .... ENJOY!
4 based on 132 reviews
We have visited several times and always found the waitresses to be very friendly. Food is always good and basic. They are not open on Sundays which is a shame.
4 based on 232 reviews
Buttercloud Bakery & Cafe is an artisan bakery specializing in biscuits, sticky buns, muffins, scones and other downright delicious baked goods. We also offer breakfast and lunch sandwiches featuring local ingredients piled high on our signature buttermil
Excellent service, pleasant atmosphere.Had salmon omlet and eggs with frwnch toast biscuits and lattes were very bitter and resulted in upset stomach later on.Biscuits were tasty and great.Eggs were nice,butnothing special.Orange cake for dessert, wasnt amazing. A bit dry and the frosting was flavorless. Just tasted like butter.Might try again, maybe we chose less good itemsfrom menu.
4 based on 542 reviews
We were traveling through the area at dinner time and chose it because of the great reviews although I wasnât even in a burger mood. The food was amazing! There were creative combinations as well as classics. They also had neat wild game burger options such as elk, buffalo, and camel. My beef burger had huckleberry jam and jalapeÃ±o cream cheese on it which was delicious! We are gonna try this combo on our burgers at home! My boyfriend had an elk burger that he couldnât stop talking about! As we were eating and for the rest of the day he kept saying âwowâ and âthat was a good burgerâ although he is not one to get excited or impressed over much. We ate here as part of a 24 day road trip through Washington, Oregon, Montana, and Wyoming where we were eating 1-2 meals out per day and this was our favorite meal of the trip in regards to the taste of the food!!! The outside of the small restaurant doesnât look impressive but the food and service is great! Highly recommend!!!!
4 based on 159 reviews
The Mustard Seed Cafe is a tiny little restaurant, but perfect for breakfast or lunch.Hubs and I stopped here for a light lunch before going wine-tasting. We both had the soup and half-sandwich combination.We chose the Hungarian Mushroom Soup. I have the recipe and use it often, so we knew what to expect - lots of flavorful mushrooms in a sour cream and paprika broth. YUM! I don't remember what types of sandwiches we had, but the half sandwich was small - if you're a hungry person, order the full sandwich. Flavor was good, but it wasn't real filling.No ambiance. Good service even though it was busy. Restrooms are in a different building but they ARE heated (thank you!). Again, tiny restaurant.I would definitely come here again.
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