Eugene is a great city for the arts and outdoors. You can shop from a variety of local artisans, get lost in a museum or dive into the thriving culinary scene. Visit craft breweries and artisan wineries while winning prizes with the Eugene Ale Trail and Pinot Bingo programs. Known as Track Town USA, Eugene is home to track and field year-round; in the fall, it’s a college football hub. There are scenic bike rides and urban hikes to fit visitors of all abilities in all seasons.
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4.5 based on 387 reviews
Food is good quality Asian fusion. Meals are around $13-20.00. Atmosphere is pleasant and trendy. Nice option for something different.
4.5 based on 565 reviews
Dedicated to pairing Northwest wines with regional food products, King Estate's culinary team, led by Executive Chef Sean Winder, uses seasonal organic ingredients whenever possible. Most of these come from the Estate's 30+ acres of organic gardens and orchards.
Great wines and food, must do a wine tasting! I have been there twice and did a wine tasting both times. The best way to do it, is wine tasting first, then dinner so you can order a glass of your favorite wine to enjoy with your meal. The views are really scenic and I can't wait to go back in Spring, Summer and Fall. I enjoyed the salmon and my husband had a very tasty reuben.
4.5 based on 283 reviews
A full-service, family friendly restaurant serving Northwest comfort food with a twist.
I live walking distance from here and this place is my favorite go-to for a relatively quick but good-quality bite to eat. The menu is smallish, but varied and the specials are usually amazing. I am ambivalent about posting this good review because it might make the place more crowded and harder for me to get in...
4.5 based on 195 reviews
Two of us were visiting Eugene for 5 days and decided to try out Tacovore for lunch. Parking was easy and service was fast. We each ordered two different tacos and shared everything. The tacos were excellent! Highly recommend if you are looking for an affordable, fun meal option. Great coffee place next door too!
4.5 based on 274 reviews
We visit this shop regularly because it hits all three of our must haves: good quality, low price, and casual. They have daily and weekly specials that are always a must try! Absolute favorite is the fisherman's stew, it's delicious. You can also purchase fresh seafood or some of their offerings like smoked salmon to take home with you.
4.5 based on 241 reviews
We both got the baked macaroni which was very good. I got a very tasty German beer. My husband is not much of a beer drinker and asked for a recommendation. The recommended beer was $9.50 for one half pint. Was she on commission? The beer was good but not that good. I gave it a 4 star rating but we will never return. They need to learn honesty with the customers.
4.5 based on 520 reviews
No reservations, crowded. get there early.
Pros - too many to list
Just the smell enticed us to wait the 20 minutes. You just know this cute old Victorian/craftsman house is going to please.
The waiter was extremely helpful, and attentive.
A wine list of Italian and American wine with a attractive beverage list with Italian sodas.
We started with the Caesar for me and the Insalata Di Spinaci for my wife which she kept commenting on - just loved it.
I wanted the Prosciutto E Melone but because of the season I did not choose it but I like that they had the offering on the menu. Something for the future.
The Cappelli Di Vescovo which is Bishop hats of fresh handmade pasta stuffed with Swiss chard, prosciutto, ricotta & parmesan cheese in a brown-butter sage sauce was to die for. This is a must order.
I had the Chicken Marsala which had a wonderful reduction sauce on it and my wife loved the Fettine Di Carne A New York steak sliced thin in the Sicilian fashion then quick-grilled served with roasted potatoes & fresh vegetables.
Remember Death by Chocolate to end the meal.
We will be back
4.5 based on 189 reviews
It was a busy night, however we were seated sooner then the estimated hour wait. Server was very efficient and friendly, he got all the orders correct. Food was great! The Pad Thai Beef was the best I’ve ever had! Tom Kha soup was very tasty, however I thought 7 shrimp for a large bowl of soup a little light. Also, three of us sitting together all ordered same spiciness ‘medium’. Wife’s dish bland, my medium, my daughter’s hot, so maybe it doesn’t matter what level of spiciness you request... it’s a great place we all enjoyed it and would recommend it!!FYI: there is 18% ‘gratuity’ added for ‘large’ parties.
4.5 based on 702 reviews
Marche, located in Eugene, Oregon, opened in August 1998. The restaurant, which seats 80 guests, has an exhibition kitchen featuring a beautiful wood-fired oven. There is also a stylish bar and a large outdoor dining area, covered with awnings and umbrellas and surrounded by a garden of herbs and edible flowers. Marche takes its name from the French word for market – a word that describes our location in the bustling 5th street Market and more importantly, our philosophy of cooking. The menu is based on the foods one would find at a farmer’s market: fresh, seasonal, and regional. Marche is committed to using only those ingredients that are at their best, so our menu evolves as we move through the seasons of the year. Marche also believes in using the highest quality and most healthful ingredients available and to that end use organic, free range, and chemical free products. The culinary technique is French-based: intensely flavored and simply but beautifully presented.
Brunch with the family was relaxed and very good. I had the smoked salmon hash, which had a nice amount of salmon but it was a bit salty. The boudin was enjoyed by others, as was the pork belly and eggs. The beignets were fantastic. We would definitely visit again, as it’s also very convenient to our hotel at the Inn at 5th.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
100% Vegan Comfort Food with a southern twist - Mostly Organic, All Non-Gmo. Family-friendly. All are welcome!
the food was ok. the service was lackadaisical at best. and the selections... why do these places insist on imitating meat and cheese in every dish?? as a restaurant its not great. but i suppose if you are actually vegan, its a nice option.
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