Oregon May 06, 2016
These 10 Amazing Oregon Restaurants Are Loaded With Local History
When a restaurant stands the test of time, it’s almost always a sure sign that they’ve got something special to offer, whether it’s a unique dining experience or phenomenal food. Luckily for us, Oregon is full of wonderful places that offer both! Not only will these 10 amazing restaurants satisfy your craving for a great meal, they’ll give you a taste of local history.
10. Dan & Louis Oyster Bar
This family-run restaurant in downtown Portland was established in 1907 and continues to serve incredible, fresh seafood in a historic, maritime-themed setting.
9. Haines Steak House
The Haines Steak House will transport you back in time to the Wild West with a dining experience you'll never forget. The old-fashioned atmosphere here is unbeatable.
8. Multnomah Falls Lodge Restaurant
Head to the amazing Multnomah Falls for an amazing adventure AND a delicious dinner inside the historic Multnomah Falls Lodge.
7. Jake's Famous Crawfish
This Portland landmark opened in 1892 and continues to WOW customers with their amazing seafood and happy hour.
6. Otis Cafe
Located near Lincoln City, Otis Cafe is a wonderful family-run diner serving incredible, made-from-scratch American staples.
5. Oregon Caves Chateau
This amazing, historic lodge at the Oregon Caves National Monument is also home to a wonderful dining room and old-fashioned cafe.
4. Huber's Cafe
Having opened in 1879, Huber's is the oldest restaurant in Portland. This elegant establishment serves delicious steak, seafood, pasta, and more.
3. Fairley's Pharmacy
Step back in time at this old fashioned independent pharmacy and soda fountain in Portland. This wonderful place opened in 1913 and is still a great place to stop in for a soda, milkshake, or coffee.
2. Cowboy Dinner Tree
The Cowboy Dinner Tree offers a dining experience like no other. Located in the desert near Silverlake, this amazing, old fashioned restaurant gives you an authentic cowboy experience (and an enomous 30oz steak dinner).
1. Jacksonville Inn
Located in the lovely gold mining town of Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Inn is a great place for food lovers and history buffs alike. This elegant hotel and restaurant serves delicious prime rib, steaks, and more in a historic building full of gorgeous antiques and old-fashioned charm.
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