Let our local experts share the very best of the region, serving carefully selected ingredients from their onsite garden or the morning's catch. Savor traditional favorites and explore new flavor combinations with each mouth-watering course. Explore our Favorite Recipes to create your own gourmet experience.
Savor Fresh, Farm-to-Table Dining at the McCloud Hotel
The imaginative menu of Sage Restaurant at the McCloud Hotel draws from the bounty of local farms, foragers, fishermen, ranchers and winemakers to create culinary dishes that reflect the region and seasons of Mount Shasta in Northern California. The extensive wine list and craft beers on offer have been hand selected to compliment the cuisine. A taste of the land includes organic vegetables and herbs from the hotels own garden. The intimate restaurant, which is located off the lobby of the historic hotel, serves elevated American fare with a California influence in a relaxed setting. Outdoor dining is available in the summer months on the wisteria-covered terrace overlooking the gardens.
Seven Couses of Heaven
Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast is not only known for its unique location and unarguable charm, but also for its amazing seven course breakfast. When guests visit they fall in love not only with the magic of Heceta’s beauty, but with the food as well. The menu is ever changing and often highlights local fare including herbs and produce grown on property, Oregon artisan cheese and sausage as well as Carol Krogan’s famous pastries.
Dine Well at the Seagrille
The most spectacular seafood restaurant in Victoria, the Seagrille offers a fresh new approach to coastal cuisine. Seasonally inspired ingredients harvested from the sea and grown fresh on Vancouver Island, simply as nature intended. A temptation of flavours, colours and textures artfully paired with the region's finest wines. Watch the sunset from heated outdoor patios that open out to magnificent ocean views. Understated contemporary design in a truly westcoast, seaside setting, with wood-burning fireplaces, a cozy winebar and an award-winning wine cellar.
Sonoma Harvest Breakfast
Aglow from the oversized stone hearth, the Wine Cellar dining room offers a morning culinary experience you won't soon forget. Beautifully prepared and presented, each day's featured fare is a feast for the eyes as well as the palette. The marvelous dishes are created with herbs from the Inn's own gardens and produce from the best Sonoma farms. Elegant and hearty, breakfast will leave you satisfied and ready to explore the charms of Sonoma County.
Proudly serving local California wines, Mighty Leaf teas, and the best cocktails in Carmel, Terry's Lounge offers delicious entrees and tapas featuring fresh local ingredients. Savor choices to delight your inner foodie including Crab Cakes served with orange and cranberry chutney highlighted with Grand Marnier, and the Cypress Burger topped with Gruyere cheese served with garlic and herb fries. From breakfast to dinner, choices are rich or light, and richly varied.
The Jacksonville Dinner House
Superb dining with a distinctive cuisine, featuring fresh seafood, stuffed hazlenut chicken, prime rib, rack of lamb, a variety of "healthy for your heart" selections and over 2,000 wines. Fresh herbs are spices are grown organically from the gardens on the premises. Bistro dining offers lighter fare, while a beautiful garden setting treats visitors to the Best Patio in Southern Oregon.
El Gaucho is the Northwest’s Steakhouse legacy. El Gaucho focuses primarily on elegant old-school, tableside service with regularly updated menus featuring only the best 28-Day Dry-Aged Certified Angus Prime Beef steaks, ribs, pork, poultry and the freshest seafood, all prepared to perfection over an open bed of glowing coals. Private dining, burlesque shows and other events are often available and are sure to provide you with a dining experience you will never forget.
Honest Home Cooking
Each night the staff at the Inn dedicates itself to a single purpose - the dining pleasure of the Inn's guests. Homemade bread and Oregon wines lend agreeable accompaniment, and every meal is brought to a gracious conclusion with a tempting dessert made for the occasion. From March through mid-June, Steamboat Inn hosts a series of highly acclaimed winemaker and guest chef dinners where meals prepared by some of the finest chefs in Oregon are paired with wines from Oregon's premier wineries. Cordiality is the secret ingredient at Steamboat Inn.
Over 27 years ago Restaurant 301 began the quest for dining excellence. Growing their own edible flowers and vegetables and supporting local farmer's markets and farms, the most wonderful fresh cheeses, meats, seafood, vegetables and local wine are shared with guests. Recipients of the Wine Spectator Grand Award for the last ten years, an honor only bestowed upon 77 other restaurants in the world, Restaurant 301 offers over 3800 wines. Discovery Menus present two special multi-course menus utilizing the season's best ingredients, exemplifying the creativity of Restaurant 301's kitchen staff and their garden-to-table philosophy.
At Ristorante Italiano, you’ll find a warm, welcoming bistro with full bar and comfortable dining room serviced by attentive staff. Owner and Chef Maurizio Paparo invites you to enjoy the bounty of Willamette Valley, preparing dishes using the the freshest of local, organic ingredients, just as he did when he began his culinary training in Florence, Italy. As part of the Slow Food Movement, meals are prepared utilizing the seasonal offerings of the region, treating guests to the absolute finest of the area.
Dining in Ashland at the Winchester
The Winchester has offered 26 years of fine dining, continually striving to offer a diverse selection of menu items featuring the freshest local ingredients available to Chef Josh Vidalo and his dedicated crew. Receiving multiple Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence for showcasing some of the finest vintages Southern Oregon has to offer, The Winchester takes wine as seriously as the food. Supporting farms, ranches, and fisheries guided by principles of sustainability and hosting regular wine bar events, the Inn showcases the very finest of the Rogue Valley and Southern Oregon.
Comfort Food with a California Twist
Located adjacent to the historic Tallman Hotel on Main Street in Upper Lake, the Blue Wing Saloon and Cafe is a re-creation of the town’s original saloon built in the 1880s and demolished during Prohibition. In the tradition of the original saloon, customers enjoy fine food as well as local wines and microbrews at affordable prices. Savor dishes such as Rufus Tallman's Grilled Meatloaf or Pan Seared Salmon in Special Citrus Agave Sauce and experience the Blue Wing's version of California comfort food.
Haute Contemporary Cuisine Meets Vegetarianism
Dine at FivePine
Find a comfortable brew pub at Three Creeks Brewing Company, located on the grounds of FivePine Lodge in an old west Livery stable. Three Creeks is a fabulous full restaurant with a 10 barrel brewing system, comfortable bar area with big screen TV’s, pool tables, live music and a massive patio.
The Syringa Café at The River Dance Lodge features Mediterranean and Northwest Regional fare with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients. Savor homemade huckleberry pies, a variety of traditional entrees including fresh fish, meats and healthy salads or enjoy one of the Mediterranean specialties available. Complement your meal with a delicious selection of wine and microbrews. Relax next to the cozy fireplace and enjoy a book from the River Dance Lodge library or a game of cards from the games collection.
A Distinctly Pacific Northwest Twist
Delightful meals in the restaurant and pub are served with a large helping of warm hospitality and genuine personal service...the things that have made the Shelburne Inn a popular Pacific Northwest destination since 1896. Innovative menus showcasing fresh, local ingredients and a convivial atmosphere conspire to create lasting memories. Artisan breads and desserts are all made by hand in the Inn’s own bakery. Emphasis is placed on wines and micro-brewed beers of the region. The Pub is English in style, but with a distinctly Pacific Northwest twist.