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1. Restaurant Beck2345 Hwy. 101, Depoe Bay
2. Storrs Smokehouse310 E 1st St, Newberg
3. The Schooner2065 Netarts Basin Boat Rd, Netarts
4. Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom8 4th St, Hood River
5. New Sammy's Cowboy Bistro2210 S Pacific Hwy, Talent
6. Aomatsu Japanese Restaurant122 NW 3rd St, Corvallis
7. Slugs 'n Stones 'n Ice Cream Cones16360 Lower Harbor Rd , Brookings
8. Papa’s Soul Food Kitchen & BBQ400 Blair Blvd, Eugene
9. Thai Pepper Restaurant84 N Main St, Ashland
10. Albatross225 14th St, Astoria
This fine-dining establishment was in the traditionally blue collar coastal town of Depoe Bay serves beautifully plated food, most of which is foraged locally by Chef Justin Wills, and is a can't miss stop for anyone hitting the coast.
This resto is making Newberg more than a place to stop for gas on the way to wine country with great Texas-style brisket, as well as ribs that put all those in Portland to shame. We think that Storrs Smokehouse serves up the best barbecue in Portland, therefore you need to add this place to your Portland food bucket list.
They don't post the menu online because they “have evolved to a more freshly available, locally caught and harvested farm-to-table approach”. This means you're going to get some of the best seafood (think clam chowder and oysters) in the state.
It might be known for its beers, but Double Mountain in Hood River has some of the best almost-but-not-quite-burnt brick-oven pizza anywhere in Oregon. The pizza subscribes to the New Haven school, and though you can't go wrong with the plain cheese or pepperoni pies, the Truffle Shuffle (a white pie with mozzarella, goat cheese, and white-truffle-oil-marinated portabella mushrooms) is a hit.
Hiding behind a nondescript sign in a nondescript location with just six tables, this place wouldn't seem like a it would have one of the best wine lists in the country, or some of the best food in the state, but it does.
It's a local fave for its bang-for-your-buck bento box, but this sushi joint also serves great sashimi and sushi. Try the rice-less bursts of tobiko-topped crab they call their Moby Dick roll.
This ice cream shop serves idealized versions of classics like strawberry, blackberry, etc., made with fruit sourced not just from local farmers, but lifelong friends and neighbors.
Papa’s Soul Food Kitchen and Bar is Eugene’s worst-kept Southern secret, and it claims to be “so good it’ll make you wanna slap yo’ mama.” While we can’t get behind slapping our mama, we can certainly get down with this Deep South-style dive joint’s off-menu Soul Burger, a smoked pork patty with grilled crispy onions, coleslaw and barbecue sauce. Papa’s also slings smoked beef, crawfish beignets, and fried oysters, recipes for which have been passed down for generations. Expect things to be a little tight; citizens of Eugene tend to overpopulate the small, bare-bones room. But what Papa’s lacks in comfort it makes up for in large portions and a surplus of cornbread, so you’ll be satisfied.
This Indonesian restaurantserves Korean-style spare ribs, or eating Tiger Cries -- a medium rare flank steak served w/ onion, tomatoes & a spicy lime sauce that shouldn’t be as delicious as it is.
Helmed by the dude behind Thistle in McMinnville, and ex-PDX Chef Eric Bechard, this place serves farm-to-table eats like boldly flavored clams, and one of Oregon's best burgers w/ caramelized onions & a smooth white cheese sauce on a pillow-soft bun.