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The neon lights, wooden tabletops, and televisions of Quackers Sports Bar and Grill create a fond and familiar scene for many West Eugene locals. The bar has been a popular neighborhood joint for nearly a decade, drawing crowds with pints of cold beer, hearty sandwiches, and daily specials. Bartenders bustle beneath towering shelves of fine spirits, stirring up mixed drinks and passing out plates of chicken wings from the kitchen. Meanwhile, guests compete in games of billiards or linger over drinks on the outdoor patio. Bar-goers can croon out their favorite song or car-insurance jingle during karaoke every Wednesday, while ladies strut their best dance moves and fist-pumps on Saturday night, when a DJ spins tracks just for them.
For a quarter of a century, the staff of Judy's Catering has provisioned weddings, banquets, birthdays, and picnics with homecooked staples of American cuisine. The entrees run the gamut from elegant dinners of stuffed salmon and beef burgundy to simple, satisfying box lunches of pastrami-on-rye. Wedding guests can avoid obligatory small-talk by stuffing their mouths with specially-arranged vegetarian, low-carb, and diabetic menu options, while small plates of smoked salmon, mini-quiche, and cheese platters whet appetites for an onslaught of entrees.
The Lane County Fair, first run in 1859, fills the August air with live music, enticing aromas, and the twinkling lights of carnival rides. Gain inspiration for future shower concertos with performances by Tommy Tutone, Nashville's Eric Church, and Creedence Clearwater Revisited, formed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame rhythm section of Creedence Clearwater Revival, all of whom headline the lengthy list of mainstage performers. Biwheeled vehicles reach new heights in the Boost Mobile Freestyle Motocross Tour, and the eight All-Alaskan Racing Pigs trot merrily around their sawdust-covered track as bystanders watch. The fair's many carnival rides, including the new ground-dwarfing Vertigo, a brightly-colored adrenaline enhancer that cradles heights seekers in swings and whisks them up 100 feet high for a towering view of the lights below, attract revelers and seatbelt fanatics alike ($0.50/ticket, rides take multiple tickets). Local farmers and craftspeople await the bestowment of ribbons as they display their skill and handiwork in numerous exhibitions.
In the early morning, when many sandwich joints are still shuttered tight, Big Town Hero's bakers are hard at work. Hand-crafting each loaf of bread in-store every morning, they lay the foundation for the day's delicious sandwiches. Out of the oven and sliced in two, the bready canvasses support towering piles of delicious deli meat and fresh veggies, sourced locally whenever possible. A selection of veggie heroes delights vegetarians while gluten-free rolls offer sandwich options for those with dietary restrictions or those who've taken a binding kindergarten oath never to eat anything that starts with "glu."
Craig and Stephanie, the husband-and-wife team behind Eugene Photo Booth, outfit parties with up-to-date photo booths that enable guests to upload their images immediately to social-media sites. Beyond that basic perk, which is included with all booth rentals, packages are highly customizable, with features such as scrapbooks, thumb drives, and prop boxes available if desired. Photo strips print out on archival-quality paper in fewer than eight seconds, and they can be branded with customized logos and names.