These 15 Unique Restaurants In Oregon Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience (Part II)
Oregon’s food culture is wonderfully exciting and innovative. Looking for a new restaurant to try? The following is a list of unique restaurants in Oregon that will give you a dining experience you won’t soon forget.
In the Beaver State, there are always more interesting and unexpected gems to be discovered, and we’ve located some eateries that will surprise and delight you. (For even more ideas, check out our previous list here). Whether it’s an elegant meal over the ocean, a dinner train, or a delicious waffle from—literally—a hole in a wall, these restaurants will cook you up a meal you won’t forget. One thing’s for sure: you’ll want to bring your appetite with you when you visit any of these delightful Oregon restaurants.
How many of these unique restaurants in Oregon have you visited? What are some other fun places to grab a bite in Oregon? Share your thoughts and suggestions in the comments — we’d love to hear from you! You can also fill out a nomination form to share your favorite restaurants in the Beaver State with us.
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Does Oregon have any hidden gems?
Absolutely! Now that we’ve covered some hidden gem restaurants in the Beaver State, it’s time to learn about some other little-known destinations worth seeking out. Some of the top hidden gems in Oregon include Bagby Hot Springs in Clackamas, Thor’s Wells in Yachats, the Enchanted Forest in Turner, Flutter in Portland, Octopus Tree of Oregon in Tillamook, Lava River Cave in Bend, Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health in Salem, the Hat Museum in Portland, Tree Climbing Planet in Oregon City, Chocolate Waterfall in Portland, Hot Lake Hotel in La Grande, Prehistoric Gardens in Port Orford, Kidd’s Toy Museum in Portland, the Wreck of the Mary D. Hume in Gold Beach, and the Original Stash Tribute Plaque in Estacada.
Where can I find the best pizza in Oregon?
A trip to Oregon wouldn’t be complete without diving into the culinary scene, and pizza just so happens to be one of the top dishes in the state. Whether you’re looking for traditional Italian, Chicago-style, or New York-style, you’ll find the perfect pizzeria and it’s likely not too far away. Some of the best pizza restaurants in Oregon include Joe’s Pizza Kitchen, Mi Famiglia Wood Oven Pizzeria, Pioneer Pizza, Abby’s Legendary Pizza, Apizza Scholls, Ken’s Artisan Pizza, Oregon Pizza & Pour Authority, The Star, Martolli’s Authentic Hand-Tossed Pizza, and Pizzeria Otto.