Step past Prince Puckler’s Ice Cream on 19th Avenue and Agate and step next door into Eugene City Bakery. Shelves of freshly baked bread, rows of pastries and piles of cookies are accompanied by the soft sound of Bob Dylan playing Mr. Tambourine Man.
Eugene’s Historic 5th Street Public Market is one of the city’s shopping hotspots — but where should you dine after a long day of shopping? There are a few restaurants that have the community talking — and [email protected]@ugh jonathan: [email protected]@ In Marche, a charming French-based restaurant located in the market, …
Studio One Cafe is a homey and eclectic breakfast and lunch spot. It’s open every day from 7 a.m. – 4 p.m., and it has a large outdoor eating area that allows you to enjoy your morning breakfast and coffee in the Eugene sun.
This Eugene bistro is great for lunch, dinner, happy hour or drinks. Agate Alley Bistro features two outdoor patios, as well as a large lounge. It gives off a relaxed but tasteful vibe and is a great place for couples, as well as larger groups or families.
On Oregon Highway 58, halfway between Eugene and Oakridge, Ore., stands an old roadhouse bar and cafe called the Dexter Lake Club, which was established in 1949. The Dexter Lake Club has built a long history as a popular cafe, bar and live music venue. The large neon sign that …
The restaurant has also been voted into the top spot for Italian food for the the past eight years.
If you are looking for a place to eat great pizza and still get the total University of Oregon experience, Track Town Pizza is the place to go.
If you are looking for a unique Eugene dining experience, Off the Waffle is sure to deliver.
Got a sweet tooth? Want a uniquely Eugene experience with a little class? Sweet Life Patisserie is the place to go. University students love their Sweet Life. And Sweet Life deserves their love, as well as yours.
Espresso Roma and Vero Espresso House tied for the win. Beside the beautiful foam designs, these two coffee shops have one predominant thing in common — they serve it strong.
The duo is now in the national media and food spotlight — and no longer whipping their butters together by hand and mixer.
From early-morning coffee to brunch sandwiches, from dinner specials to midnight munchies, residents can enjoy the various foods the University dining halls have to offer. And if a quiet study area, a meal on the go or a late-night hangout is preferred, the venues also offer these settings.
Mark Stern uses the same formula that made the popular campus eatery Carte Blanche Soup Carte succeed to open Soup Nation, a new permanent location across from the Fifth Street Market.