Reviews on Bar food in Canby, Oregon, United States. Located between Portland and the state capital of Salem in Oregon’s North Willamette Valley, you’ll find Canby — nicknamed “The Garden Spot” because of its rich soil and proud farming tradition. Travelers can drive along designated “farm loops” with stops at local farms, or in summertime take advantage of popular events like the Swan Island Dahlia Festival and the Clackamas County Fair.
Things to do in Canby
3 based on 47 reviews
This a old dive bar/tavern popular with the locals. Has good service and polite staff. The fried chicken and seasoned potatoes are really good. And special prime rib night that is popular. Good sandwiches and salad. Centrally located on the west side of the freeway. Good parking lot, easy to see from the road.
4 based on 75 reviews
We decided to visit this restaurant again as we popped in last year and it was lovely. We weren't disappointed. The strawberry lemonade was to die for. Everyone enjoyed their burgers and the bottomless fries were an added bonus. We visited on two occasions this year and will call in again when we're over in 2019.
4 based on 81 reviews
The original Wanker's Corner Saloon & Cafe was opened shortly after the repeal of prohibition, in 1933. It shared space with a grocery store, about six miles North of the current location. The Head Wanker kept collecting more and more antiques, junk, knic
We love coming into Wankers Corner! They have great food, great service, we've been coming in for years! We even brought our mom in for her first experience on her 75th birthday! She loved her food! I work in customer service and will be the first person to call out bad service because that is all you get these days... Today, I want to thank Wankers Corner! They gave us above and beyond amazing customer service! Service so memorable, we were shocked! They new exactly how to turn around a situation and we are greatly appreciative! Everyone needs to check them out if you haven't already! Thank you!!!!
4 based on 23 reviews
After a day that started at 4am and included Eclipse Totality, we were hungry! This pub was absolutely the perfect place to unwind, cool off, and enjoy some Oregon hospitality. They offered an eclipse-inspired "Black Moon" (Guiness and Blue Moon) and a full menu including everything from appetizers, sandwiches, and pub grub to full steak and seafood dinners. There is a family-friendly area as well as a patio. The bartender welcomed us as we walked in; she and our waitress could not have been nicer.We found this place by accident, but will remember it next time we're in the Wilamette Valley!
4 based on 24 reviews
One of the better golf course restaurants we have dined at. If summer time and want to eat outside make a reservation. The restaurant was busy and not necessarily by golfers. Seems this is a dining spot for locals. Nice menu options and and food quality was above average. Portions size was above average. Restaurant accommodates large groups, but have a reservation and confirm.Shhh Brian. The locals won't be happy if the secret get's out. Just kidding. We hope to see you again soon at our local's favorite, Langdon's Grill.
4 based on 188 reviews
Located in an area of small shops in what was an old church. The outside is unimpressive but the interior was really well done. The food was just a bit bland. Being from Texas I am used to a more flavorful chicken tortilla soup but it was still good. We also ordered a Caesar wrap with chicken. It was literally just lettuce and chicken with Caesar dressing inside a tortilla. No cheese or anything else. We were asked if we wanted croutons in the wrap and we said no. But it was worth it just to get to sit in the old church.
4 based on 207 reviews
My family and I had lunch here after a nice visit to the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival. I had the Iâm a Fungi Burger and my wife had the Mac cheese and bacon burger. Very tasty. They were very busy but the service was excellent.
4 based on 345 reviews
"Upscale Elegance at a Casual Price!"
The high point of my meal was probably the pear and gorgonzola salad, which was delightful. Weâre in Copper River Salmon season, and itâs offered as a special so two of us ordered it. It was well cooked but we both found it oddly tasteless. The potato and asparagus sides were ok but uninspired. They donât serve bread either before or during the entrees, which is chintzy at this price point. Our waiter tried hard but service was slow because he was stretched. Overall, we got the impression of a somewhat upscale chain restaurant and I was hoping for more.
4 based on 101 reviews
The Wild Hare is a place where youâll see your friends, visit with family and experience community. We know you have choices when it comes to dining and entertainment; we work hard to make The Wild Hare a place you choose, over and over again. We provide
Had a great breakfast. We each tried something different from biscuits to a egg scramble and all were great. On the weekend they have a bloody Mary bar that let's you choose from many different garnishments.
4 based on 133 reviews
Backstop Bar & Grill is dedicated to making your visit a homerun with delicious food, great service, and a family-friendly atmosphere. We serve up food with quality ingredients from the Pacific Northwest and beyond! Our menu changes with the seasons so ch
Very friendly staff...helpful and talkative. Clean floors, tables and chairs. We had a group of nine that they were ble to accomodate quickly and easily and it was a comfortable space - not cramped. Everyone was happy with their orders, the service was fast and efficient. However, the Reuben takes a place on my personal list's Bottom Five...an unnecessary third peice of bread which was a flavorless, two-tone dark/light. The meat was burned/charred on most of the outside giving a kind of sour taste to an already flavorless good amount of corned beef. The sauce was disappointing as well. I also believe that a sharp knife should be offered with a sandwich with this amount of meat rather than the dull table knife to cut off the burnt/charred outter layer.I would definately return here but there are so many items on the menu that I would avoid the Reuben.Cindy,Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us. While I'm thrilled to hear you enjoyed our top-notch staff and fun, clean environment, I'm disappointed our Reuben didn't quite impress. It's not often we receive this type of feedback about that sandwich, so I'm sorry to hear we didn't quite impress. We look forward to earning your positive sentiments with one of our other delicious menu items in the future!Cheers!
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