Restaurants in Battle Ground

Select Local Merchants

Old Town Burger & Breakfast serves up hearty, 100% certified Angus hamburg from two south Washington eateries. Carnivorous connoisseurs may choose the house burger, a quarter-pound of Angus beef capped with a fresh egg, country-cut bacon, American cheese, house sauce, onion, pickles, tomato, and crisp lettuce, all tucked between doughy bedsheets. Or they can opt to tackle the swiss-and-mushroom burger, a quarter-pound of Angus beef blanketed in swiss cheese and topped with pickles, sautéed mushrooms, crisp lettuce, onion, and tomato, piled sky-high on a bun. Guests may dine in or take entrees, both of which come with a side of french fries and a 16 oz. soft drink, to go for noshing in a local park or steam shovel.

809 W Main St
Battle Ground,
WA
US

At South Pacific Restaurant and Bar, Polynesian cuisine meets classic pub fare. The bartenders at the eatery's Tiki hut bar craft cocktails like the Jamaican Sunset, a mix of spiced rum, dark rum, OJ and pineapple juice; meanwhile, TVs play the latest sports games instead of live footage of an empty beach cabana.

The restaurant's fusion cuisine features classics like chicken wings that recieve 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, 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.

15 East Main Street
Battle Ground,
WA
US

Though many people may have tasted some of the flavors native to southern China's Sichuan province, few have sampled the region's vast array of unique cuisine. After successfully opening Taste of Sichuan Beaverton, Taste of Sichuan was unveiled in Vancouver to present their wide range of authentic Sichuan cuisine, where chefs make not only the region's well-known dishes, but also the dishes that only travelers or Willy Wonka's taste-testers usually get to experience.

The chefs name this eclectic portion of their menu the Wild Side, which includes dishes ranging from mung-bean jelly in a garlic-accented chili sauce to pickled chili-pepper frogs. Because many diners may be unfamiliar with some of these dishes, the chefs have designed the menu to delineate which options are fan favorites and which include fiery hot Sichuan peppers.

1825 SE 154th Ave Ste 101
Vancouver,
WA
US

We are the founders of Hawaiian Time which began in Eugene, OR in 1996. Many of our longtime customers have been with us since our first store in the Gold's Gym on 3rd and Lawrence St. The original owners are back in action in Vancouver, WA so come by and check us out!

5000 E Fourth Plain Blvd
Vancouver,
WA
US

After relocating from Hawaii's Oahu island to the Pacific Northwest, the Carpio family opened Da ~ Kine's Cafe to help reconcile their cravings for homeland Hawaiian fare with their newly acquired taste for traditional American eats. The tropical restaurant menu features island cuisine such as Kalua pig, Katsu chicken, and banana pancakes next to more classic stateside fare such as salads, sandwiches, burgers, and deep-fried baseball. The paninis menu offers the Malibu, a turkey and cranberry sauce option, as well as the Makaha topped with Black Forest ham and Oregon's tillamook cheddar. Like all the best sacrifices to Pele, dinners include Kalbi ribs and coconut shrimp and come served with a Hawaiian roll, coconut butter, salad, rice, and a traditional coconut-milk-based Hawaiian dessert called Haupia.

11700 NE 95th St
Vancouver,
WA
US

Healthy Harvest carries a full line of emergency preparedness and long term food storage along with water storage and water filters, everything you need to be better prepared for disasters

2903 NE 109th Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US