Groceries & Markets in Corvallis

$30 for $50 Worth of Ready-To-Cook Family Meals from Dinners Done Right

Dinners Done Right

Springfield

$50 $30

Varied menu of ready-to-cook meals with options such as smoked salmon with pasta, sweet and sour chicken, and szechwan shrimp

$8 for $15 Toward Fresh Local Produce, Food, Apparel, or Floral Items at Gramma's Farm Store

Gramma's Farm Store

Sherwood - Tualatin North

$15 $8

This family-friendly farm provides easy access to fresh, local produce, flowers, apparel, and treats like locally-baked pies

5- or 10-Pound Box of Apples or Pears at ProFarm Produce (Up to 47% Off)

ProFarm Produce

Multiple Locations

$15 $10

Assemble your own box of fresh fruit at the ProFarm Produce store or farmers' market stands; no need to make reservations

$85 to Learn the Art of Winemaking with 12 Bottles of Wine at Tigard Wine Crafters ($175 Value)

Tigard Wine Crafters

Tigard Neighborhood Area 6

$175 $85

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Staff members walk you through the winemaking process as you choose, create, bottle, cork, and label your own wine

$17 for $30 Worth of Wine — Nicko Gifts & Wine

Nicko & Co.

Portland

$30 $17

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$144 for One Week of Vegan or Gluten-Free Vegan Meal Delivery from The Vegan Garden ($295 Value)

The Vegan Garden

Online Deal

$295 $144

Seven-day vegan meal plan includes 21 meals and 7 desserts and can be prepared for regular or gluten-free diets

Wine Class for Two or Four with Tastings and Snacks at Hollywood Beverage (Half Off)

Hollywood Beverage

Hollywood

$20 $10

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Veteran-owned party store hosts weekly tasting events, featuring up to six wines paired with cheese, crackers, and soup

Select Local Merchants

The scents of cooking Indian sauces flood Happy Curry Foods, hinting at the turmeric, herbs, and peppers that cook down into a range of curries. On the brimming shelves, fresh or frozen chutneys wait to cut that powerful spice alongside a selection of dal, and rice to squeegee up excess sauce or slip easily into an envelope to buy blackmail photos from a duck. Happy Curry Foods’ offerings aren’t all ingredients, however—its restaurant on Church Street befriends palates with flavorful curry noodles masala, hand-tossed flatbreads, and tender chicken breast dressed with multiple chutneys.

295 Church St
Salem,
OR
US

Jack-o’-lanterns have the most radiant faces, and not just because they have actual flames backlighting their smiles. The radiance also comes from a pumpkin’s salutary blend of vitamin C, antioxidants, and enzymes. Hence the key ingredient in the botanical facial and peel at Cosmos Déjà Vu Salon. This inventive approach to skincare exemplifies the care and attention the salon’s licensed aesthetician, Alison, lends to her clients’ faces. For her half-dozen facials, she calls upon other natural ingredients such as seaweed and honey to exfoliate and cleanse visages. Alison also performs a full menu of makeup services, including bridal packages and tutorials for students eager to kick their daily routines up a notch.

456 State St
Salem,
OR
US

Since 1846, the Miller family tended to herds of cattle in East Macleay, on the fertile plains of the Willamette Valley. Today Dan and Jerry Miller continue their family's legacy—though cattle no longer graze the fields, the pair still operates the ranch themselves along with their restaurant, Macleay Country Inn. Their specialties arrive on tin plates alongside baked potatoes and knives with wooden handles worn smooth. Fireplaces and paintings of forested scenery surround the solid-wood dining sets, which shine slightly under amber lights hanging from rough-hewn rafters. The restaurant hosts Monday-night bingo, sponsored by the Silverton Elk's Lodge, along with live music on select nights in its onsite pub.

8362 MacLeay Rd SE
Salem,
OR
US

For more than a century, the Jones family has farmed in Willamette Valley. Today, they sell more than 100 varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables at Jones Farm Produce, a quaint, welcoming shop with blond wood walls. Fragrant peaches, fresh zucchini, and ripe tomatoes are just a few of their offerings, as well as various products from other local farms. As an added treat, shoppers can savor fresh, fruit milkshakes or cones of Umpqua ice cream.

10325 River Rd NE
Salem,
OR
US

It may be called Body Now!, but as members transform their bodies, the studio's staff also wants them to shift their perspectives. Accordingly, they focus on all-around wellness, combining elements of world dance with cardio exercises during Now Fitness! group classes and emphasizing proper posture during Yoga Now! sessions. Wise Woman! classes help older women master functional movement patterns that enable them to win arm-wrestling matches against neighborhood kids. In the fitness center, exercisers can work up a sweat on Cybex and Life Fitness treadmills, elliptical trainers, and stationary bikes, or focus on strength with machines and free weights. Positive sayings unfurl in script across the deep purple walls, motivating members as they blast through 30-minute circuit training workouts.

453 River Ave
Eugene,
OR
US

Peanuts go on vacations at Uncle Jack's Bar-B-Que: guests are free to nonchalantly discard their shells on the floor or even spike them to celebrate a particularly delicious bite of barbecue. The eatery presents a wide assortment of hearty barbecued meats, from chicken and brisket to beef and pulled pork. These meats can be dressed up with a number of sauces, which sit at knotted blonde-wood tables that match the knotted blonde-wood walls and any blondes who get knots in their hair.

416 S Trade St
Amity,
OR
US