You’ll Find The Tastiest Food In Oregon Inside This Historic Building
Some Oregon places are so iconic that everyone should visit them at least once. That’s definitely the case with Rainbow Cafe, located in a historic building in Pendleton. Check it out:
Rainbow Cafe is one of Oregon's oldest restaurants. Founded in 1883, it's located in downtown Pendleton in a beautiful, historic building.
The address of the cafe is 209 S. Main St., Pendleton, OR 97801.
Not only is this place the oldest restaurant in Pendleton - it's the oldest business! Rainbow Cafe has a unique charm that just keeps people coming back for more.
This vintage bar, with its red vinyl swivel seats, has been here forever. The wall behind it is covered with old photos and memorabilia.
In fact, you'll find little bits of nostalgia all over this cafe. From the old cowboy photos...
...to the buffalo head on the wall, Rainbow Cafe has a definite Old West vibe.
This quaint little cafe is often busy, especially on weekends.
This place is particularly popular for its old-school breakfast plates, piled high with huge portions.
The grill is covered with pancakes, eggs, and bacon all weekend long. Just check out that huge pile of bacon!
The menu is full of the kind of cafe fare you'd expect in a little local dining spot. The World Famous Fried Chicken has long been a favorite here, and you'll find other classics like grilled cheese, club sandwiches, burgers, roast beef dinner plates, and hash on the lunch and dinner menus.
The next time you're in Pendleton, stop in at Rainbow Cafe for a dose of history and some comfort food. It's open seven days a week.
Call ahead and they'll reserve a table for you 541-276-4120.
Have you visited Rainbow Cafe? Check out its
website, and tag someone you want to take with you when you visit.
If you love dining in historic restaurants, you’ll also want to
head over to Portland to dine at its oldest restaurant – it’s timeless.
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