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.
Don?t be fooled by the name?Embers Supper Club doesn?t solely serve dinner. In fact, the eatery opens daily at 7 a.m. when cooks whip up from-scratch breakfast options such as philly cheesesteak?inspired omelets chockfull of roast beef and provolone cheese. When evening rolls around, Embers? culinary team crafts everything from charbroiled flat iron steaks crowned with caramelized onions to sole fillets topped with crusted-hazelnut butter sauce. Those feasts complement the restaurant?s nightly entertainment, which oscillates between karaoke and performances by live local bands.
Red and blue light filters in through stained-glass windows, splashing across the white tablecloths that dot the wooden floors. Housed within a restored former church, Our Daily Bread pairs the hushed, peaceful feel of the reverent interior with delicious, homestyle meals of almond-encrusted chicken breast, pastrami burgers, and seafood pasta. Diners can swing by in the mornings for filling breakfast of chocolate-chip pancakes, seasonal quiche, or omelets.
Inside a wheel-less white truck that's tethered to the earth and flanked by picnic tables, Tony’s Bar-B-Que's cooks prepare southern-style barbecue in a custom-made enclosed smoker. They smoke brisket for up to 18 hours, pull pork shoulder into savory shreds, and grill hot links to serve with sides such as candied yams and collard greens.
Corporate/Transient Limited Service Year Built 1957 Year Remodeled 2000 Additional Property Description Many guests at our Eugene hotel are in town for a Ducks game at Autzen Stadium or to visit the University of Oregon campus. Whether youre here for an event at Hayward Field or the Matthew Knight Arena, you need a Eugene hotel thats clean, comfortable and has a great location close to downtown. Were close to the University of Oregon athletic events and just a short drive from the Matt Knight Arena, so its easy to quickly get to special events. Willamette Valley Wineries are a short drive away and there are many to explore. From the Oregon Country Fair to famous Oregon Ducks football, theres something for everyone near our Eugene hotel. Oregon Ducks basketball draws a crowd, and Oregon Ducks track and field is popular during the spring and summer months. Athletics are a way of life in this region, and were happy to host Duck fans from around the nation. The Hult Center is also a popular destination, especially for business travelers. When youre traveling for work, you need a quiet, well appointed room to get things done. The Federal Court House, Lane Events Center, university, and numerous local businesses all count on us to provide top notch accommodations for their out of town employees. In addition to a great location, our amenities are also designed with comfort in mind. Enjoy a relaxing day at our indoor pool. As a newly renovated hotel, we offer the cleanest, most comfortable accommodations in town. A state of the art fitness center is complemented with saunas, so its easy to get that workout in or relax after a long day of football or work. Flat screen television are featured in every room because we understand how important relaxation is. However, its our free breakfast that really makes us stand out. A daily
Tucked inside the elegant Valley River Inn on the verdant shores of the Willamette River, SweetWaters on the River showcases the Pacific Northwest’s plentiful bounty in gourmet dishes prepared by executive chef Michael Thieme. The seasoned culinary staff, which includes a pastry chef that heads the on-site bakery, devise rotating seasonal menus that flaunt such ingredients as locally harvested organic produce and truffles, artisan cheeses, and native Pacific seafood. The fully stocked bar brims with international wines and homegrown varietals from the flourishing Oregon wine country, and a resident mixologist carefully infuses chic cocktails with fresh, seasonal produce such as chilies and oranges. The dining room’s ceiling-to-floor windows boast panoramic vistas of the adjacent river’s leafy, fertile banks and a covered three-season patio cultivates an alfresco ambiance while offering shelter from rain or snoopy UFOs.