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Groceries & Markets in McMinnville


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  • Uncle Jack's Bar-B-Que
    Peanuts go on vacations at Uncle Jack's Bar-B-Que: guests are free to nonchalantly discard their shells on the floor or even spike them to celebrate a particularly delicious bite of barbecue. The eatery presents a wide assortment of hearty barbecued meats, from chicken and brisket to beef and pulled pork. These meats can be dressed up with a number of sauces, which sit at knotted blonde-wood tables that match the knotted blonde-wood walls and any blondes who get knots in their hair.
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    416 South Trade Street
    Amity, OR US
  • Nap's Floral and Gifts
    When your sweet tooth takes control, Nap's Floral and Gifts is one of the best bakeries in town. Leaving the couch is half the battle. Your foods awaits your pickup at Nap's Floral and Gifts. Parking has never been easier at Nap's Floral and Gifts, a restaurant located near a variety of parking selections. Bike parking is quick and easy at Nap's Floral and Gifts. Nap's Floral and Gifts's moderately-priced platters and top-notch taste bring foodies back to Nap's Floral and Gifts time and time again.
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    112 E 1st St
    Newberg, OR US
  • French Prairie Gardens
    While online reviews for French Prairie Gardens Harvest Festival are still growing, the festival was featured in Woodburn Independent.
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    17673 French Prairie Rd NE
    Woodburn, OR US
  • Willamette Valley Fruit Company
    Sunlight beams down on the stretches of green fields of Willamette Valley Fruit Company, saturating acres of bushes and trees with enough sugary photosynthesis energy to produce up to 12 million pounds of fruit a year. The family in charge of the ripe bounty plucks rhubarb, strawberries, and five types of blackberries before individually flash-freezing them at their peak of plumpness. They then lovingly pour berries into up to 2,000 dairy-free, handmade pie crusts a day. Once assembled, the pies flood homes with appley aromas as they bake for the first time in customers’ ovens. In addition to the made-from-scratch pies, Willamette Valley Fruit Company transforms their berries into jams and snack bars, the latter of which can be used to make the least intimidating possible wall for a jail cell.
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    2994 82nd Ave. NE
    Salem, OR US
  • Katmandu And Happy Curry Foods
    The scents of cooking Indian sauces flood Happy Curry Foods, hinting at the turmeric, herbs, and peppers that cook down into a range of curries. On the brimming shelves, fresh or frozen chutneys wait to cut that powerful spice alongside a selection of dal, and rice to squeegee up excess sauce or slip easily into an envelope to buy blackmail photos from a duck. Happy Curry Foods’ offerings aren’t all ingredients, however—its restaurant on Church Street befriends palates with flavorful curry noodles masala, hand-tossed flatbreads, and tender chicken breast dressed with multiple chutneys.
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    295 Church Street Southeast
    Salem, OR US
  • Macleay Country Inn
    Since 1846, the Miller family tended to herds of cattle in East Macleay, on the fertile plains of the Willamette Valley. Today Dan and Jerry Miller continue their family's legacy?though cattle no longer graze the fields, the pair still operates the ranch themselves along with their restaurant, Macleay Country Inn. Their specialties arrive on tin plates alongside baked potatoes and knives with wooden handles worn smooth. Fireplaces and paintings of forested scenery surround the solid-wood dining sets, which shine slightly under amber lights hanging from rough-hewn rafters. The restaurant hosts Monday-night bingo, sponsored by the Silverton Elk's Lodge, along with live music on select nights in its onsite pub.
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    8362 MacLeay Rd. SE
    Salem, OR US

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