Restaurants in Eugene

Ambrosia Restaurant & Bar – 23% Off Italian Cuisine

Ambrosia Restaurant & Bar


$60 $46

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

Up to 39% Off at Track Town Pizza

Track Town Pizza


$20 $13.25


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

Half Off American 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

Up to 50% Off Bar Food at Sidelines Grill & Sports Bar

Sidelines Grill & Sports Bar


$20 $12

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

Up to 50% Off at The Highlands Brew Pub

The Highlands Brew Pub

Southeast Eugene

$20 $12


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

$10 for Organic Café Cuisine at Park Street Cafe

Park Street Cafe


$16 $10

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

Up to 50% Off Indian and Mediterranean Food at Poppi's Anatolia

Poppi's Anatolia


$20 $11


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

Up to 52% Off Pub Food and Drinks at Good Times

Good Times


$30 $15


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

$11 for Hawaiian Cuisine at Ron's Island Grill

Ron's Island Grill

Multiple Locations

$20 $11


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

31% Off Vegan Food at Cornbread Cafe

Cornbread Cafe


$20 $13.75


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

40% Off Mediterranean at Cafe Soriah

Cafe Soriah

Jefferson Westside

$50 $30


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

Up to 46% Off American Food at Countryside Pizza & Grill

Countryside Pizza & Grill

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Menu presents omelets and more for breakfast, burgers and sandwiches for lunch, and steak and seafood entrees for dinner

42% Off Italian Cuisine at Mazzi's


Southeast Eugene

$26 $15


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

Up to 43% Off at Pizza Pipeline

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

38% Off Thai Food at Sweet Basil

Sweet Basil


$21 $13


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

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The Lasagna Cart’s straightforward menu of Italian favorites pairs fresh salads and sandwiches with a selection of interchangeable pasta ingredients to help diners build flavorful fettuccine Frankensteins. Forge an edible noodle-friend with fettuccine, angel hair, or spaghetti, then douse creations in creamy alfredo, pesto, or marinara sauciness ($5.50) before adding chicken ($2), meatballs ($1), or veggie accents ($0.50). Forego the creative process by ordering a classic lasagna entree ($7.50) or pacify sweet teeth with a slice of homemade pound cake ($3), which, like dollar bill origami, is made from scratch.

690 State Highway 99 North

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.

272 Van Buren Street

With deli-inspired soup and sandwich fare and a burger selection featuring beef, chicken, salmon, and vegetarian options, A Taste Gourmet offers a menu full of traditional American cuisine with an epicurean twist. The Plain Jane burger ($7.50) wins over once-shallow taste buds with its inner beauty and a healthy dollop of the bistro's signature sauce, while the French Dip ($7.95) takes roast beef and provolone on a beret-first plunge into savory au jus. Purchasers also receive 10% off of products from the bistro's gourmet grocery, which offers more than 40 international meats and cheeses, wine and beer from the Old and New Worlds, and more British imports than an American cricket tournament.

618 Holly St
Junction City,

Chef Mario Tucci cooks up a menu of South American and Italian fare prepped with fresh, locally grown ingredients. Italian-style frittatas inspire fillings such as potatoes and garlic, mushrooms and onions, or zucchini into rich, eggy unification (all $6.95), while vegetarian-friendly burritos embrace beans, cheese, rice, eggs, and more in a tight tortilla hug (from $4.95). Delectable sauces cling to the fresh-made pastas like koalas cling to anyone who offers them a granola bar (from $6.25). Diners can also nestle into the rustic, marketplace-like eatery, festooned with earthy artwork and live local music, to partake in ciabatta-bound sandwiches (from $5.95), entree-ready salads (from $5.65), and elegant glasses of wine ($4.95).

2757 Friendly St

The creative duo behind Not Your Mom's Sandwich Shop, Dave and Nicole Stanley, roast meats in-house and craft homemade condiments before stacking them alongside local produce to create the restaurant's tasty menu. Pull apart the stringy interior of an upscale grilled cheese—made with cheddar, mozzarella, and parmesan—to nab a buttery bite or to hastily knit a scarf from the deliciously molten yarn. Homemade cranberry jam and cream cheese halt turkey breast in its tracks, and avocado wrangles the seasonal trio in a net of sprouts for easy transfer onto soft sourdough bread. Beefier options include a roast-beef sandwich or a meatloaf amalgamation with grilled onions and melted cheddar. All sandwiches are available grilled, pressed, toasted, or skewered on a sustainable unicorn horn. Wash down the high-stacked meal with a Coca-Cola fountain soda, or upgrade to freshly squeezed lemonade ($2.00).

150 Shelton McMurphey Blvd

Cousin Jack’s Pasty Company packs fresh, locally sourced meats and vegetables into handheld pies known as pasties. Each case contains 16 handmade flaky, fully cooked pasties that are blast-frozen and packaged in resealable bags for easy freezer storage and quick oven reheating. An ample selection of single and combination cases lets customers choose from a variety of flavors like broccoli and cheese, wild mushroom, steak and ale, and pesto lamb to serve to family members, friends, or professional food jugglers. Patrons can call to schedule a time to swing by Cousin Jack’s facility in Eugene to pick up cases or have them shipped for an additional charge.

1333 W 2nd Aly