Oregon is known for its incredible restaurants, but did you know that some of them have been around for over a century? From historic diners to prohibition-era taverns, these 12 amazing restaurants in Oregon have been dishing up delicious food for decades:
12. Dan & Louis Oyster Bar, Portland
This charming restaurant in downtown Portland has been serving incredible seafood since 1907.
11. Jacksonville Inn, Jacksonville
Located in the historic town of Jacksonville, the incredible ground-floor restaurant at the Jacksonville Inn serves innovative fine dining cuisine in a gorgeous 20th century setting.
10. Pine Tavern, Bend
Located in Bend, this awesome tavern and restaurant serves delicious food and drinks. It was established in 1936 and has a fascinating history.
9. Huber's Cafe, Portland
Established in 1879, Huber's is the oldest restaurant in Portland, and perhaps in all of Oregon. They serve amazing steaks, seafood, turkey dinners, and more.
8. Omars, Ashland
Located in Ashland, this awesome restaurant and lounge was established in 1946. It was the first public cocktail lounge in Ashland, and it still stands today as the city's oldest restaurant.
7. Jake's Famous Crawfish, Portland
This downtown Portland landmark has been serving phenomenal seafood since 1892.
6. Tad's Chicken 'n Dumplins, Troutdale
Located on the Historic Columbia River Highway, Tad's is an amazing old-timey restaurant serving American food (and of course, delicious chicken and dumplings) right on the riverfront. This incredible place dates back to the 1920s.
5. Snug Harbor Bar & Grill, Lincoln City
Located in Lincoln City, Snug Harbor Bar & Grill is said to be the oldest tavern on the Oregon coast. This welcoming bar serves tasty burgers and brunches as well as drinks and bar food.
4. White's Restaurant, Salem
Located in Salem, White's Restaurant dates back to 1936. This retro diner serves tasty lunches as well as breakfast all day.
3. Geiser Grand Hotel, Baker City
This incredible hotel in Baker City has been around since 1889. Here you'll find both the Palm Court Restaurant and the more casual 1889 Cafe, both of which serve delicious food in a historic, decadent setting.
2. Portway Tavern, Astoria
This incredible tavern in Astoria calls itself "The oldest watering hole in the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies". Established in 1923, Portway is more of a bar than a restaurant, although they serve tasty burgers, sandwhiches, and more.
1. Besaw's, Portland
This adorable restaurant in Portland specializes in delicious, innovative brunches and dinners with a focus on local Northwest ingredients. This charming place has been around since 1903.