Restaurants in Eugene

$46 for $60 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Ambrosia Restaurant & Bar

Ambrosia Restaurant & Bar

Downtown

$60 $46

Thin-crust pizzas and Italian classics pair with selections from an award-winning wine list amid rustic brick walls

Pizza at Track Town Pizza (Up to 39% Off). Two Options Available.

Track Town Pizza

University

$20 $13.25

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20+ specialty topping combos crown pizzas made with from-scratch dough and sauce; whole-wheat crust and gluten-free options available

$9 for $18 Worth of American Diner Fare at Prime Time Diner

Prime Time Diner

Santa Clara

$18 $9

Neighborhood diner serves house-made comfort fare made with ingredients from local vendors

Thai Dinner for Two or More at Sweet Basil (38% Off)

Sweet Basil

Downtown

$21 $13

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Thai noodle dishes, such as pad see ew and pad thai, share the menu with mild and spicy curries, golden-fried halibut, and fried rice

$17 for $30 Worth of Pizza at Pizza Pipeline in Eugene or Corvallis

Pizza Pipeline

Multiple Locations

$30 $17

Pizzas arrive topped with traditional, pesto, or Thai peanut sauces, or specialty topping such as BBQ chicken or stacks of classic meats

$11 for $20 Worth of Hawaiian Cuisine for Two at Ron's Island Grill

Ron's Island Grill

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

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Flame-broiled chicken teriyaki, Kalua pulled pork, Mauna Loa plates & burgers made from Oregon Natural Meats beef; most plates gluten-free

Bar Food at Sidelines Grill & Sports Bar (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Sidelines Grill & Sports Bar

Downtown

$20 $12

Visitors can indulge in feasts of nachos, pulled-pork sandwiches, bbq beef brisket, and frosty beers

Upscale Pub Cuisine and Drinks at The Highlands Brew Pub (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

The Highlands Brew Pub

Southeast Eugene

$20 $12

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Pub pairs beer with upscale cuisine such as clams sautéed in white wine, prime rib sandwiches, and buttered halibut fish and chips

$13 for a Café Meal with Wraps, Soups, and Drinks for Two at Chase Gardens Cafe and Bistro (Up to $25.90 Value)

Chase Gardens Cafe and Bistro

Harlow

$25.90 $13

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A housemade soup of the day accompanies wraps and drinks at a café with portico murals and sunny picture windows

$10 for $16 Worth of Organic Café Sandwiches, Breakfast, and Drinks for Two at Park Street Cafe

Park Street Cafe

Eugene

$16 $10

Chef specializes in vegan- and vegetarian-friendly café fare such as tempeh scrambles and challah french toast

Indian and Mediterranean Cuisine at Poppi's Anatolia (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Poppi's Anatolia

Downtown

$20 $11

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Spanikopita and moussaka served alongside korma prawns, chicken curry, and dhal lentil stew

Pub Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Good Times (Up to 52% Off). Three Options Available.

Good Times

Downtown

$30 $15

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37 draft beers are served alongside burgers, sandwiches, and wraps in dining area or on sprawling outdoor patio

$13.75 for $20 Worth of Vegan Food at Cornbread Cafe

Cornbread Cafe

Whiteaker

$20 $13.75

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Menu of vegan comfort-food favorites includes shredded seitan "pulled pork" sandwiches and mac and cheese smothered in "unCheese" sauce

$30 for $50 Worth of Mediterranean Cuisine and Drinks at Cafe Soriah

Cafe Soriah

Jefferson Westside

$50 $30

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Mediterranean street-style flavors pair with local Northwest foods for dishes such as Greek seafood sautés, lamb tagines, and steamed clams

$6 for $12 Worth of Gourmet Liège Waffles at Off The Waffle

Off The Waffle

Multiple Locations

$12 $6

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Liège-style Belgian waffles crowned with toppings that range from whipped cream to organic fruits and a myriad of cheeses

$15 for $26 Worth of Italian Cuisine for Two or More People at Mazzi's

Mazzi's

Southeast Eugene

$26 $15

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Just-baked bread accompanies meals of housemade fettuccine, large calzones, and specialty pizzas in a romantic, villa-like dining room

Select Local Merchants

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.

1000 Valley River Way
Eugene,
OR
US

“Every sort of person populating these parts can be seen at the cozy Glenwood Restaurant,” the New York Times says, nodding to the eatery’s popular menu of hearty breakfasts, sandwiches, and other American food. The chili verde brunch burrito—lauded by Sports Illustrated as “worth getting out of bed early for”—greets the day along with fruit waffles and denver omelets, and lunchtime brings tomato-cheese soup and paninis. Tempeh stir-fries with peanut sauce and brown rice join pasta genovese and steak and mushrooms at dinnertime, complemented by glasses and microglasses of wine and microbrews.

2588 Willamette St
Eugene,
OR
US

Red Five combines the convenience of a New York hot-dog stand with the succulence of 100% all-Oregon beef franks. Roll up for lunch at this red, umbrella-shaded food cart and feast on quarter-pound hot dogs that can be slathered in a choice of 18 condiments. For an additional $3, the Red Five lunch special includes crunchy Tim’s Cascade Style potato chips and Thomas Kemper’s craft-brewed soda, made with pure northwest honey that, unlike southwestern honey, isn't actually cactus tears.

591 Willamette Street
Eugene,
OR
US

After training at the feet of Mike Lee Kanarek—founder of the HaganaH self-defense program named for the military based organization—Colin and Kaz Rhoads decided to spread the gospel of their teacher’s real-world fighting system. Adapted from Israeli military training, it strips confrontations down to their key elements and then trains students to decisively act to disarm their attackers. Instructors teach students to attack an opponent’s weak points while defending themselves, and they employ repetition to build pupils' instinctive responses and take-no-prisoner tickling skills. As certified personal trainers in their own right, Colin and Kaz also integrate elements of circuit and strength training into their workouts, blending combat sessions with TRX, kettlebells, and high-impact conditioning to produce a well-rounded warrior.

1189 Willamette Street
Eugene,
OR
US

While on a family vacation, Charley discovered the meaty, cheesy concoction that is the philly cheesesteak. In rapture, he returned home to Columbus, Ohio, and dedicated himself to disseminating this edible masterpiece. His family and college buddies pitched in to help open the first Charley’s on the Ohio State University Campus, where he sold his own version of the famous philly cheesesteak sub, gourmet fries, and natural lemonade. Over the past two decades, Charley’s Grilled Subs and Charley's Philly Steaks locations have popped up around the world. They're jam-packed with cheesesteaks, teriyaki chicken subs, turkey cheddar melts, and more, with drinks such as strawberry or kiwi lemonade, and gourmet fries piled with any combination of melted cheddar, ranch, and bacon.

21 Valley River Ctr
Eugene,
OR
US

Within the Gourmed food cart, the local owners of Ratatouille restaurant serve up a menu of quick Lebanese fare alongside inventive twists on classic American melts. The owners’ stated goal is “to bring a five-star restaurant to the street,” thereby sparing patrons from the intense heat of five enclosed celestial bodies. Mediterranean vegetarian fare, such as falafel, buddies up alongside pita bread, and beef or chicken kebabs and gyros quell expansive hunger with the help of tabbouleh, hummus, and baba ganouj. Domestic comfort fare embraces the American love for cheese and tendency to use bread as a security blanket with such soothing sandwiches as the Southern Mac Melt, which wedges pulled pork and mac 'n' cheese between two slabs of texas toast.

360 West 13th Avenue
Eugene,
OR
US