Food & Drink in Four Corners

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Icy-blue decor covers the walls of Shivers Frozen Yogurt, mentally helping customers begin the cooldown process as they approach the shop’s selection of frozen yogurt. After browsing the self-serve dispensers, customers fill cups with swirls of their chosen frozen yogurt flavors, including customer favorites such cake batter, blackberry, and peanut butter. Guests can then customize their icy treat with a stop at the shop’s mix-in bar featuring options such as gummy bears, Reese’s Pieces, and fresh strawberries and kiwis, for a treat as unique as a root-beer-flavored snowflake.

1760 N 1st St
Stayton,
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A pink ‘59 Cadillac flips on its headlights and a waiter strides to the window. “What’ll it be, Mac?” This was the golden age of carhops, when root beer cost a nickel and Roy Allen and Frank Wright—A&W themselves—were in the midst of expanding what was once a simple root-beer stand into an international chain. Today, A&W continues to slake thirsts with their signature root-beer floats, accompanied by an expanded menu of classic American foodstuffs to inspire both hunger and nostalgia for the sock-hopping, roller-skating days of last week. Now, icy treats share space with hot dogs made from American beef, fried cheese curds of creamy Wisconsin white cheddar, chicken strips, and single and double burgers.

1215 W Washington St
Stayton,
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Slices of thick, smoky bacon accompany hash browns, scrambled eggs, and pancakes on breakfast plates inside Covered Bridge Cafe. Lunchtime finds the cooks plating burgers, and salads. The caf? joins tables together while hosting parties celebrating graduations, birthdays, and National Chip and Dip Day.

510 N 3rd Ave
Stayton,
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For 60 years, Wooden Nickel Pub & Eatery has served up hearty eats in a wood-paneled bar with games, live music, and the familiar ambience of a hometown hangout. The pub's cooks smoke, cure, and brine meats in-house, sandwiching them within breads baked on-site. In addition to slow-smoked prime rib, German sausages, and sizzling fried chicken, they simmer pots of jambalaya or shrimp and grits. Diners can find the same savory, homestyle food at a second location in Sublimity.

108 N Center St
Sublimity,
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US