Food & Drink in Roseburg

$10 for $16 Worth of Organic Café Sandwiches, Breakfast, and Drinks for Two 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

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

Poppi's Anatolia


$20 $11


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

Pub Food and Drinks at Good Times (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Good Times


$25 $15


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

Hand Crafted Fruit Extracts and Nut Butters at Meso Nutso (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

Meso Nutso


$25 $12

Made from scratch products include tropical flavored nut mixes, spicy almonds, and tasty fruit extracts

Half Dozen Cookies or 5 or 10 Coffees at Crumb Together (Up to 69% Off)

Crumb Together


$9 $4


Gourmet cookies are baked from scratch using locally sourced ingredients; they pair with locally roasted organic coffee

Five Orders of a Half Dozen Donuts or $9 for $17.50 Worth of Donuts and Coffee at Dizzy Dean’s Donuts

Dizzy Dean's Donuts

West Eugene

$3.50 $1.80


Batches of house-made donuts rise in ovens twice daily in flavors ranging from chocolate to bacon maple

$25 for Vineyard Tour and Wine Tasting for Up to Four at LaVelle Vineyards in Elmira ($85 Value)

LaVelle Vineyards


$85 $25

After wine tasting, visitors take a vineyard tour & nibble on plates of cheese & fresh fruit while overlooking the site from a sunny deck

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Brutke?s Wagon Wheel has been a key spoke in the Roseburg community for well over 50 years, and the decor speaks to its rich history. Mounted wall sconces cast a buttery glow on antiques such as farm-themed wall hangings, carved-wood furniture, and gas-powered butter churns. These cozy accents set the tone for time-tested American fare. The menu is a m?lange of homestyle favorites such as halibut filets, Northwest ground-chuck burgers, and of course, the Montreal-seasoned steaks?all locally butchered and aged for 28 days. Diners may also wash down meals with one of twelve beers on tap or a glass of imported red or white wine.

227 NW Garden Valley Blvd

Translated from Latin, "Sine Cura" means "without a care", which is likely to be true of anyone enjoying a snack or a sip in this sun-dappled downtown Eugene café. Baristas brewing spice-enhanced, signature coffee drinks from organic beans roasted locally by Cafeto Coffee Company’s caffeine-breathing dragons. Made-from-scratch pastries rise each morning in Sine Cura's ovens, and the eatery's kitchen lovingly prepares a changing menu of savory breakfast wraps, gourmet lunch wraps, homemade soups, and salads drizzled with house-made dressings. Wide windows, warm wood floors, and artistically embellished walls make Sine Cura a perfect spot to sip chai with a friend or catch up on reading a sibling's diary.

201 W Broadway

Seven flickering flat-screen televisions beam down from the warm orange walls of Boulevard Grill, where tabletops prop up plates of steak and seafood. Sunlight pours in from high windows, illuminating bartenders as they dole out pints of nine different draft beers and goblets of wine and spirits. Beyond the main dining room, the bar branches out into five separate event rooms—including a 3,250-square-foot ballroom and a pre-function lobby—where guests can host private parties or complex games of hide-and-seek. The bar also hosts a weekly car-show event on Thursdays during the summer that encourages visitors to bring in their classic and unique automobiles for other patrons to admire.

2123 Franklin Blvd

“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.

1340 Alder St

Juicy Berry's bounty of frozen-yogurt flavors changes frequently, tempting taste buds with yogurts that include vegan, organic, and nondairy options. At any given time, the selection may include flavors such as signature Asian tart, cake batter, pomegranate raspberry, and caramel, customizable with candy toppings and fresh fruit.

501 Valley River Ctr

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