From Our Editors
Three signs at Skyline's pioneer boulevard location echo its 1935 origins—a neon "Open" sign glowing beneath the awning, a Coca-Cola sign flanking the parking lot, and a "Burgers and Shakes" marker crowning the roof. The Broadway location's dining space similarly hearkens back to Skyline's beginnings with its checkerboard tiles and booths and its insistence on only accepting money from the 1930s. Though all these design elements reflect Skyline's reputation as a classic American burger joint, the menu demonstrates that its chefs never stopped experimenting. The burger selection extends to half-pound steak burgers with topping combinations such as guacamole, pepper jack, salsa, and sour cream. Such innovation captured Food Network Magazine's choice for Oregon's Best Burger in 2009. The chefs' experimentation continues throughout the menu, from milk shakes blended with pie to a deep-fried hot dog dubbed The Resolution Destroyer.