The Oregon Restaurant With Roots That Date Back To The 1800s

Oregon might not be as old as some of our East Coast brethren, but that doesn’t mean our history is any less storied… or significant! With a proud heritage and pioneer spirit, you can catch glimpses of history all around the Beaver State, from our ghost towns and historic districts to our state’s most legendary saloons and restaurants. Today, we’re shining the spotlight on one of the most historic restaurants in Oregon, a place with roots that date back to the 1800s. Huber’s is hailed as Portland’s oldest restaurant, serving hungry patrons hearty turkey dinners and American fare for nearly 150 years.

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Make a point of visiting Portland’s oldest restaurant sometime soon — it’s pretty incredible to dine at a place that’s seen so much history! For more information, visit Huber’s website.

Address: Huber's Cafe, 411 SW 3rd Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA