Restaurants in Springfield

40% Off Mongolian Cuisine at Lee’s Mongolian Grill

Multiple Locations

$10 $6

Fresh-carved meats, all-you-can-eat options, and a casual dining environment offer families a relaxing space to fill up on Mongolian fare

Up to 53% Off at Pier Sushi


$20 $10


Expert sushi chef artistically bedecks plates with more than 40 rolls, Asian teriyaki, and tempura dishes

Up to 50% Off at Buster's Main Street Cafe

Cottage Grove

$50 $25


Burgers with locally raised, grass-fed beef patties, variety of eggs benedict, and more than 200 craft sodas

40% Off at Embers Supper Club


$30 $18

Eatery that opens daily at 7 a.m. dishes out breakfast, lunch, and dinner cuisine such as omelets, pancakes, tacos, and pork loin cutlets

$10 for Drinks and Pub Food at The Delta Bar

Cal Young

$20 $10

Mixed drinks such as rum and coke served with pub food on outdoor patio or bathed in natural light from full-wall windows

Half Off Simulated Golf and Drinks at Quackers Sports Bar and Grill


$30 $15


Pairs select one of 33 unique, simulated golf courses while enjoying brews

Up to 43% Off Mexican Food at Sol Picante


$20 $12


Chorizo-stuffed burritos, charcoal-broiled chicken, and steak fajitas with peppers and mushrooms dance across menus

Up to 39% Off at 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

Santa Clara

$18 $9

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

Up to 43% Off at 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

43% Off Burgers or Breakfast


$35 $19.99


Burgers and beers or omelets and mimosas satisfy diners within a renovated church building

Up to 46% Off American Food at 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

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


$20 $12

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

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 50% Off at 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

$8.75 for Organic Café Cuisine at Park Street Cafe


$16 $8.75


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

44% Off Fresh Fare at The Point Restaurant

Sweet Home

$16 $9


Chuckwagon sirloin sandwich on freshly baked bread, biscuits and sausage gravy with hash browns, and classic housemade pie

$7 for Pitas at The Pita Pit

Multiple Locations

$12 $7

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner pitas such as ham and eggs, philly steak, prime rib, and the gyro

45% Off at Covered Bridge Cafe


$20 $11


Diner-style classics served at breakfast and lunch; egg dishes, burgers, and salads

Up to 53% Off at Iggy’s Café and Catering

Northeast Neighbors

$6 $3


Customers choose from a café menu that includes specialty house omelets and house-made biscuits and gravy, plus fresh soups and sandwiches

Half Off Steak-House Cuisine at Macleay Country Inn


$50 $25


Rustic eatery serves breaded chicken, beef tenderloin, and prime rib on a 166-year-old family ranch

Up to 55% Off Coffee and Café Food at IKE Box

Central Area

$10 $5


Café housed in high-ceilinged, 120-year-old ballroom serves up Sisters Coffee Company

Up to 48% Off Lunch for Two at Pardo's Deli and Market

Four Corners

$20.96 $11


French dips and reubens served alongside burgers topped with ingredient combinations such as bacon and egg or jalapeño poppers and ham

45% Off Bagels and Sandwiches at Rolling Bagels

Northeast Salem

$10 $5.50

Start off the day with a breakfast bagel or scramble before digging into deli sandwiches, salads, or all-you-can-eat soups or salads

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Dinners Done Right liberates families from the time-consuming task of menu-planning by offering ready-made dinner ideas and the recipes and ingredients to make them. Customers bring home and cook seasonally rotating grub packages that could include fresh seafood, pasta, or comfort-food entrees. The food factory also invites patrons to attend build-your-own meal sessions, which are more hands-on than a patty-cake tournament. A series of workstations create an in-store dinner assembly line stocked with the tools and ingredients to help create multiple meals to stock empty freezers.

822 Beltline Rd

A family of comfort fare chefs serves up generous portions of Dixie hospitality alongside a menu full of hard-to-find Southern dishes perfected by 72-year-old kitchen veteran Aline Austin, better known as Momma. This meal matriarch lends her culinary craftiness to from-scratch dinner entrees such as the red-beans- and rice-flanked barbecue baby back ribs, whose fall-off-the-bone sweetness is protected from wandering hound dogs by flankings of cornbread and yams. Dining duos can also opt for main plates of pork chops or brisket, each served with an array of down-home sides, pairing each dish with refreshing soda or fruit juice. Afternoon eaters who choose the second option can graze on a pulled-pork sandwich or basket of chicken strips with fries. Sides such as collard greens and fried okra are flavorful alternatives to the decorative, artificial fruits that chain restaurants serve and re-serve in an effort to cut down on operating costs.

115 S 5th St

Born and trained in Italy, Maurizio Paparo opened Ciao Pizza as an authentic Italian pizzeria where saucy circulars are built from the dough up, adorned with fresh ingredients, and fire-kissed in a classic wood-burning oven. More popular on plates than extreme close-ups in soap operas, the Diavola pizza dazzles tasters with bold bites of caramelized onions, roasted peppers, spicy italian sausage, and mozzarella (8-inch lunch serving, $8.25; 12-inch dinner serving, $13.95). Ciao’s lunch and dinner menus also boast bountiful salads ($4.75+), crispy calzones ($7.95+), and freshly made artisan pasta dishes served with focaccia bread ($6.95+) to deftly satisfy appetites of all sizes and astrological signs. Conduct a lunchtime fork foray into ravioli carciofi with tender artichokes and a roasted-pepper crème sauce ($7.50/regular, $10.95/large), or sample an evening selection of meat-laden lasagna classica ($13.75). Choreographed by talented pastry chef “Mama” Milka, the Excelsior cheesecake serves as a triumphant finale to a flavorful feast, topped with a red curtain of raspberry sauce ($5.75).

3342 Gateway St

Ranchito Grill fills each burrito, quesadilla, and taco on its menu with authentic, homemade Mexican flavors. Each flour and corn tortilla is handmade by Ranchito Grill's grain gurus, and each table receives an order of Ranchito beans full of smoky bacon flavor and as free as a bird out on parole. South-of-the-border lunch dishes include the chorizo con huevos, traditional spiced mexican sausage scrambled with eggs, tomatoes, and green onions and served with beans and tortillas ($6.95). Adventurous diners delve into the burrito relleno, a poblano pepper stuffed with cheese, battered and fried, and rolled into a flour tortilla with rice and beans ($7.95), and up the ante by asking for Ranchito's fire sauce, a devilishly spicy condiment only served on request.

1537 Mohawk Blvd

From the hormone-free Willamette Valley beef to the wall display of University of Oregon athletes, Tom and Johnny's kitchen champions all things local. Grass-fed beef burgers that have never known the icy touch of a freezer mingle with a staggering array of fixin's, ranging from guacamole to deep-fried pickles, on 20 burger combinations atop made-from-scratch ciabatta buns from The Bread Shop. Wings come dripping with one of eight sauces, ranging from Plain Jane to Hellfire, and 100% all-beef hot dogs and nachos bathe in house-made chili like a self-proclaimed king of the Texans. Diners pit fearless appetites against the Ironman challenge, packing in a 2-pound cheeseburger, fries, and browbeatingly hot wings for a chance at free food and eternal glory in the form of a picture mounted on the wall.

471 S A St

Pizza starts one of five ways at Mangiano’s: with the regular, thin, deep-dish, stuffed, or gluten-free crust made from homemade dough. From there, the chefs will pile on various cheeses and toppings to make one of their eight predesigned pies such as Momma’s Fave topped with pepperoni, beef, and canadian bacon. Alternatively, they’ll leave the creativity to their customers—you can feel free to build your own pizza from 20 different toppings and an assortment of power tools. And while pizza is the specialty here, there’s also a variety of other offerings on the menu such as the italian sausage or meatball-parmesan hoagies, as well as a bountiful salad bar. While you eat, you can take in a game on the Pac-12 network or play a few hands on one of the video-poker machines.

2915 Row River Rd.
Cottage Grove,