Restaurants in Battle Ground

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At South Pacific Rum Bar and Grill, Polynesian cuisine meets classic pub fare. The bartenders at the eatery's Tiki hut bar pour from one of 25 beers on tap and craft cocktails, like the Jamaican Sunset, a mix of spiced rum, dark rum, OJ and pineapple juice, from a selection of 40+ rums from all over the world. Meanwhile, TVs play the latest sports games instead of live footage of an empty beach cabana, making it a fun place to eat, drink, and play.

The restaurant's fusion cuisine features classics like chicken wings that receive a touch of tropical flavor with sauces like apricot BBQ and ginger chili. Even the pizza gets an island twist--the Spicy Hawaiian pizza comes crowned in Canadian bacon, pineapple, and banana peppers. An array of more traditional steakhouse favorites, like New York strip steak and grilled salmon, as well as burgers, salads, pasta, sandwiches, and gluten-free and vegan options round out the menu. And for snack-sized plates, an all-day happy hour menu features smaller portions of bacon-wrapped prawns and cajun-style tots with a side of spicy fondue. South Pacific Rum Bar and Grill provides full catering services and also has an on-site banquet room that accommodates up to 150 people,

809 W Main St
Battle Ground,
WA
US

At South Pacific Rum Bar and Grill, Polynesian cuisine meets classic pub fare. The bartenders at the eatery's Tiki hut bar pour from one of 25 beers on tap and craft cocktails, like the Jamaican Sunset, a mix of spiced rum, dark rum, OJ and pineapple juice, from a selection of 40+ rums from all over the world. Meanwhile, TVs play the latest sports games instead of live footage of an empty beach cabana, making it a fun place to eat, drink, and play.

The restaurant's fusion cuisine features classics like chicken wings that receive a touch of tropical flavor with sauces like apricot BBQ and ginger chili. Even the pizza gets an island twist--the Spicy Hawaiian pizza comes crowned in Canadian bacon, pineapple, and banana peppers. An array of more traditional steakhouse favorites, like New York strip steak and grilled salmon, as well as burgers, salads, pasta, sandwiches, and gluten-free and vegan options round out the menu. And for snack-sized plates, an all-day happy hour menu features smaller portions of bacon-wrapped prawns and cajun-style tots with a side of spicy fondue. South Pacific Rum Bar and Grill provides full catering services and also has an on-site banquet room that accommodates up to 150 people,

15 East Main Street
Battle Ground,
WA
US

Traveling thousands of miles for a great meal might seem extreme to some, but it makes sense to members of the Zhen family. As a group who's passionate about good food, they understand why some people travel just to taste delicacies from around the world. Fortunately, local diners need only travel as far as Taste of China—the Zhen family's second restaurant—to find fresh Chinese food that made the Chinese Restaurant News' Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA list for three consecutive years.

Inside the restaurant, aromas waft from the semi-open kitchen, carrying the promise of dishes such as tender beef in spicy Szechuan sauce or shredded mu shu pork with wood ear mushrooms and savory pancakes. For a taste of something truly unique, diners can ask to to eat from the test-kitchen menu of seasonal dishes made from rare and elusive ingredients.

8720 Northeast Centerpointe Drive
Vancouver,
WA
US

Pow Pow Wings, a casual sports bar written up in The Columbian and Clark College's The Independent, serves up 13 styles of wings and 10 sauces. A raspberry-chipotle sauce was recommended by The Columbian, whereas the ghost pepper-infused Super Pow was reported to create "an inferno on the palate" by The Independent. Pow Pow Wings also grills burgers that can be doused in any wing sauce or topped with a stack of fried-mozzarella sticks. A full bar supplies beer, soft drinks, and other libations, and pinball machines and foosball distracts patrons from shouting curses in Esperanto at the sportsmen on TV.

5930 NE Fourth Plain Blvd
Vancouver,
WA
US

The giant circular grill can be seen from almost anywhere inside the restaurant. Yummy Mongolian Grill's chefs stand around it waiting to stir-fry the custom creations their diners assemble from a long buffet brimming with colorful veggies, noodles, and meats. Guests pile their selected ingredients into a nearly endless number of combinations before ladling on freshly made sauces and waving goodbye as their plates are carted off for cooking. Additionally, a full appetizer bar warms midsections like an electric fanny pack with bubbling soups, chicken fried rice, and honey chicken wings.

316 SE 123rd Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US

A platoon of self-serve yogurt dispensers gleams along the walls of Lachelle’s Frozen Yogurt, each waiting to dispatch a different velvety flavor into the shop’s giant pink cups. Swirls come in both traditional varieties—Dutch chocolate, alpine vanilla—and unique flavors, such as hawaiian pineapple and Mounds. To complement the mountains of yogurt, Lachelle's offers a selection of toppings that, like the Indy Five Million, is seemingly endless, comprising more than 100 treats from fresh fruit to hot apple-pie filling.

221 NE 104th Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US