Roseburg is a city in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is located in the Umpqua River Valley in southern Oregon and is the county seat and most populous city of Douglas County. Founded 167 years ago, in 1851, the population was 21,181 at the 2010 census, making it the principal city of the Roseburg, Oregon Micropolitan Statistical Area. The community developed along both sides of the South Umpqua River and is traversed by Interstate 5. Traditionally a lumber industry town, Roseburg is the home of Roseburg Forest Products.
Things to do in Roseburg
4.5 based on 213 reviews
My daughter and I are big fans of Gilberto's but this spot is certainly worth the trip! Don't be underwhelmed by the exterior and then the interior ,,, the food and service are OUTSTANDING. We shared a "cheese crispy" (really. just get one.) and had Camarones a la crema and a HUGE pollo burrito. FanTAStic service, quite reasonable prices, great cocktails. ..... only downside is the "family-friendly" atmosphere coupled with nasty acoustics = LOUD kids! I sure hope the owners can find a more suitable location one of these days.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
What is it about Roseburg? Middle of southwest Oregon and this is the best stop on the trip south from Portland. Nice people, nice town and great restaurants. True had a great pork chop with fresh and crisp veggies, but better than that, nice staff and a comfortable atmosphere. Stop here and spend some time.
4.5 based on 343 reviews
Brix serves breakfast and lunch in our restaurant and bar 7 days a week, and dinner Monday-Friday. We also have a rooftop lounge open 4-close Monday-Friday, and 10-2 on Saturdays. Our event center is located next door to our bar and is available to rent for large groups.
We went there for a financial seminar. We were able to order ahead of time. Good choice of menu items, good atmosphere. Modern furnishings. Food was tasty.
4.5 based on 231 reviews
We've been to Dino's for two special occasions. I had the broccoli cheese soup and it was excellent. The shrimp linguini was perfectly spiced. Our waiter was friendly and efficient. I highly recommend this place. Warning: check the bottled wine prices before ordering, it is very expensive. Better to stick to wine by the glass.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
I've missed greek food since we last were in Greece. After all the good reviews we stopped here on way from Portland to CA. Had traditional gyro plate - large gyro and large salad with feta. All good! The hummus plate appetizer was SO GOOD - I could eat that all day. Warm pita! The night we ate there they had a fundraiser so firefighters were the waiters! Good fun and great food! Would return here on our next travel thru.
4 based on 373 reviews
I have a business associate down in Redding who frequents this restaurant. He recommends it. I've been to a couple of other McMenamins north of here and was very much impressed. Not here, though. Crap service twice in the restaurant -- two years apart. HOWEVER, I've met up for a business lunch or early supper twice in the BAR and had terrific service. Sit there.
4 based on 417 reviews
A Northwest favorite since 1960. Our 25 locally owned Elmer's Restaurants take pride in their communities and source local, farm-fresh ingredients.
Had breakfast at this at this cafe. It is not fancy but service was good. I thought they were a bit overpriced at first. Ordered the rancher breakfast, two eggs hash browns, your choice of meat and biscuit, about 11 dollars without coffee. The biscuits are obviously homemade warm and delish. Bacon was like what you ate as a child, thick, crisp and very good. Noticed people ordering their German Pancakes, they look good and must be a big hit with locals. I might have given them 5 stars but am very conservative with that rating.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Large variety of home-made bagels with really delicious and interesting flavors. My husband had the Artichoke Swiss and I had honey wheat - both had great flavor. They have about a dozen breakfast and lunch "sandwich" options.
4 based on 97 reviews
It's a bit spendy for an ordinary hamburger & fries. But at Red Robin, the burger & fries are extraordinary! The burger was huge & gourmet. How can you argue with bacon & blue cheese, my favorites? I can't believe I ate the whole thing but it was really really good. I enjoyed the fries & had no room for more...but the idea of bottomless is so cool!
I consider eating like this an extreme treat!
4 based on 78 reviews
Salud Restaurant and Brewery was created from a passion for unique Latin inspired foods and an obsession with good craft beer. We are deeply rooted in this community and greatly appreciate our loyal patrons. We want our restaurant to be the first place you think of for hand crafted cocktails, shareable appetizers, tapas, exciting changing entrées, and as a means to learn about and try Oregon craft beers. We also showcase palate pleasing wines from around the Umpqua Valley. Know that we will serve you with a warm smile, and an energized spirit. Our atmosphere was created for laughter and relaxation. We hope you enjoy our new and interesting fusion style menu. We will continue to challenge ourselves daily to provide you with the best tasting locally grown and minimally processed foods. Salud!
Had business in Roseburg decided to try Salud in a whim. Theme is Latin fusion, tried the steak and fries and it was honestly the best I had in a restaurant in over a year and the fries were the best I can remember period. Also had one of their house brewed dark ales it was excellent as was the service.
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