1015 Pearl Street, Eugene, Oregon, 97401, United States
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It's not just a game but (almost) a religion
Wow...school spirit is very high at U of O. These are students who love their football- especially during a winning season.
I have yet to see if Ivy League schools show that kind of enthusiasm for their home teams.
Make sure to book far ahead for game weekend as the hotels, motels and even B & B's can sell-out completely.
This is the view of Three Sisters from the top of McKenzie pass. The tallest sister is the South Sister, she is 10,358ft high. From Eugene, take Hwy 126 to Hwy 242(usually closed in winter). Or, from Bend, take Hwy 20 to Hwy 242. This is a must see. The landscape in this area is surreal, and you will not regret your visit. Unless you get mugged by a bear or two, or get caught in the torrential rains. Happy Trails! P.S.( This road is not recommended for larger vehicles such as R.V.s or vehicles with trailers. Windy, narrow roads in parts.)
An Italian Bistro and Bed and Breakfast
My wife and I courted at this restaurant 29 years ago. We would meet here for lunch and wine and dessert, all for about $20 at the time. Our favorite sandwich was the Chicken Churasco, a grilled chicken breast with a spicy guacamole suace on a home baked bun. For dessert we had the house carrot cake, which is to die for. We managed to secret the recipe out of our favorite waiter.
Today the place is under the management of a real Italian and the food and service are one of the best in town. You may also stay overnight as the place doubles as a B&B.
These days we like to go there on special occasions, or drop into the bar for a light snack after a ball game. Also, on Sundays we take advantage of their brunch. Hard to choose an entre from the evening menu. But the Chicky San is still offered for lunch and in the bar. However, the biggest draw are the desserts. At any time there are at least 10 beautiful and delicious desserts on display in the lobby just begging you to partake. And of course the famous carrot cake is still a main item. You can't go wrong here. Enjoy.
On a recent visit for lunch Mrs. B and I enjoyed a very delightful time. Mrs. B had lasgane with a meat sauce and I had cheese filled pasta (I forget the name) with a a sauce that was dynamite. For dessert Mrs. had a berry pie and I had Creme Bulee. Wonderful!!! This place is a winner.
Track Town, so named for Eugene's celecrity status in the track world, has 4 locations and some of the best pizza in Eugene.
The only location I have been to is the Franklin Blvd one. It's a lot like you would expect; a couple TVs with sports on, dark wood picknick tables and booths. It's a very popular hang out after sports events and the Stammtisch-a meeting of local German speakers-is held there on Wednesday nights. Everything at Track Twon is good, but my favorite is cheese pizza with olives. I love cheese and I love olives and they're not stingy with the olives like Subway is.
You can dine in, carry out, or have it delivered, just don't try to get any deliveries after a football game.
Middle Eastern Cuisine In Eugene
Cafe Soriah is a well established restaurant in Eugene. The proprietor is a Lebaniese who immigrated here about 30 years ago. This place is popular. Expect to wait if you don't have a reservation on weekends. Ibraham, the owner has had a large hand in helping us to bridge the friendship gap between cultures in the last few years by being a part in the peace and understanding movement following 9/11.
This restaurant is Middle Eastern but also includes local csuisine, such as seafood and beef. The wait staff is very well trained and works hard to make your experience memorable.
The seating is tight, and sometimes the noise level is high. Don't look here for a quiet romantic evening. But if not, savor the food. It is great and well prepared. Be prepared for a bit of a wait, as the kitchen does not blush at taking its time. Sometines you wait for your orders. But the wait is worth it. This is a definite stop on your tour of Eugene Restaurants. On our last visit our friend, the vegetarians, order the Ceasar Salad, Mrs. B. had the Risotto and I had the Lamb Curry. I usually order a lamb dish at Cafe Soriah, beccause they know their lamb. This dish was saute'd with spices and mild sweet fruits that complimented the curry. The risotto was well prepared and the salad, as always, was super.
If you really want a show, ask for the Steak Dianne, or the flaming desserts. The proprietor, Ibraham just loves show off his flaming skills.
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Address: 1015 Pearl Street, Eugene, Oregon, 97401, United States