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Hilton Garden Inn. Serving Pacific Northwest Cuisine with an Asian twist including: steaks, sandwiches, salads, pasta. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Full service bar McMenamin’s 420 N.W. Third Street 541-758-6044 Average price: $$ Features: McMenamins’ pubs are truly places for families and friends, as they have been since 1983. Inside all of our places inspired artwork abounds and cozy booths and long, family-style tables invite folks of all ages to enjoy great conversation over a hearty meal and the glint of a fresh pint. Nearly Normals 109 NW 15th 541-753-0791 Average price: $$ Enjoy great vegetarian cuisine in comfort. Their vegetarian burritos are “the bomb.” Also try there falafels. Entree specials served daily. New China Buffet 1720 NW 9th St. 541-752-3589 Average price: $$ Features: Szechwan, Hunan and Cantonese selections fill the restaurants six buffet stations. Cooks food in vegetable oil and does not use MSG. Old World Deli and Oregon Trail Brewery 341 SW 2nd 541-752-8549 Average price: $$ Features: The Old World Deli, a unique well-established Corvallis eatery with exceptional food and atmosphere. Also serving the worlds “Greatest Brownies.” Tommy’s 4th Street Grill 35 SW 4th Street 541-754-7622 Average price: $$ Features: “The Beaver Breakfast. Eat it in under an hour and it’s free! Serving the biggest and best steaks in town.

ALBANY AB Chinese Restaurant 1121 Pacific Blvd SE 541- 928-6688

Average price: $$ Features: Great in house or Chinese food to go. Big Town Hero 1921 SE 14th Ave. 541- 928-1880 Average price: $ Features: Fresh Made to Order Hot and Cold Deli sandwiches, soups, and cookies. Boccherini’s Coffee & Tea House 208 1st Ave SW 541-926-6703 Average price: $ Features: Allan Brothers Coffee and fresh pastries baked daily. Sandwiches, Teas. Brewster’s 640 Hickory St. NW 541-928-8590 Average Price: $$ Features: All Your Mom’s Favorite Recipes. Hand Breaded Chicken Fried Steak, Pot Roast, Mac&Cheese, Take the Burger challenge. Depot Restaurant 822 Lyon St W. 541- 926-7326 Average price: $$ Features: Fresh Seafood and Cold-Crisp Salads. Open Daily Front Street Bar & Grill 2300 Front Street NE, 541- 926-2739 Average price: $$ Features: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. Friday Night Steak Dinner served with a giant baker and fresh vegetables for only $9.95. Live Classic rock music every Friday night starting at 9PM. House of Noodles 2025 Santiam Hwy SE 541-928-0707 Average Price: $$ Features:House of Noodles is an authentic thai Restaurant offering Traditional Thai dishes, a pleasant dining atmosphere, and friendly staff. Izzy’s Limousine Pizza Delivery 1037 Pacific Blvd SE 541-926-4556 Average price: $$ Features: Fresh Made pizzas, barbecued chicken, and don’t forget dessert — homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies. Takeout or Delivery.

Taqueria Alonzo Two Rivers Market 541-812-1311 Average Price:$$ Features: Authentic Mexican Food. Their Bean & Cheese Burrito is a great lunch. Novak’s Hungarian Restaurant and Bakery 2306 Heritage Way SE 541-967-9488 Average price: $$ Open 7 days a Week - 6:30 am 9:00 pm Features: Hungarian cuisine breakfast,lunch and dinner. Banquet room, and catering available for all occasions. Got a craving for something sweet. Choose from Buttercreams Rosie’s Mexican Restaurant 7127 Hill St. SE 541-9261943 Average Price: $$ Features: Homemade Tortillas, Fresh Mexican, Catering. Spice & Ice 637 NW Hickory Street 541-791-3430 Average Price:$$ Features: A fusion of Asia, Europe & America. The Gelato is made fresh daily.

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EVERGREEN INDIAN CUISINE

EVERGREEN INDIAN RESTAURANT By Tom and Catherine Wright Meeraali and Meerabee Shaik are two of the most beautiful people I have ever met in my life. They are the owners of Evergreen Indian Restaurant, with locations in Corvallis and Eugene. For the past eleven years, area diners have known about the excellent, interesting and authentic Indian dining experience available here. Meeraali came to the United States to be a professional chef, and has realized his dream in a way that enriches both the cultural and culinary experience of our community. When you dine here, the unusual and delicious flavors of the food get your mind involved immediately. I have never tasted anything quite like this before, but it sure is amazing! When you leave, the taste experience is etched into your mind along with an irresistible urge to come back for a repeat performance. This place gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “food for thought”. Meeraali first landed in Berkley, California where he began cooking in an Indian Restaurant there. He moved up to Belvue, Washington for a while and then did a stint in Beaverton before opening his own restaurant in Corvallis in 1999. He and his wife operate a family business and besides the joy he gets from actually cooking, he most enjoys meeting people and getting their reaction to his food. Invariably, they tell them the same things I told them. This was really something I will never forget and you can be sure I will be back again. This consistent satisfaction of their clientele keeps them happy and satisfied, that they

are offering something of real value to our local community. They love Corvallis for the best possible reason. They enjoy the people they meet in their business. They offer a wide array of authentic, traditional Indian foods from each of the Culinary regions areas of India. The number of dishes available is really quite amazing. There are so many with interesting descriptions that you might find yourself reading the menu for quite some time both before and after you place your order. I like the way they explain each item on the menu. Otherwise, you really would have no clue what you were ordering. As it is, you can easily choose something you know you will enjoy. Our favorite thing about Evergreen is that you don’t have to decide from the tasty dishes on the menu if you come for the daily lunch buffet. You can try some of everything! When you come back for dinner, just bring some other people with you, order your favorites, and share. They do also have combination plates on the dinner menu. The lunch buffet offers dishes sweet, spicy, and savory in the form of curries, sauces, soups and salads. To accent the warm flavors of these rich entrees, there is a variety of meat prepared in stews and on barbeques, mainly featuring chicken, lamb, and goat. You can of course,select many combinations of your favorites from the menu as well. And don’t forget dessert! Evergreen’s dessert options include creamy tapioca pudding, mango salad, and their famous mango ice cream. A perfect treat to follow a flavor packed meal.

136 SW 3rd St, Corvallis & 1525 Franklin Blvd, Eugene

Evergreen is a family owned restaurant. They have 2 locations Corvallis and Eugene.

Evergreen Indian Cuisine offers a daily lunch buffet served from 11:30am-2:30pm. They are open 7 days a week.


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* Celebrate the season. A growing trend in the craft beer movement is the burgeoning availability of seasonal options. Whether at a fireside winter gathering, or getting ready to welcome spring, beer lovers are now seeking brews designed to suit the season. * Cheese pairing 101. Clever hosts can change it up a bit by putting a new spin on the classic wine and cheese party and hosting a craft beer and cheese party. Each guest brings a cheese to pair with a favorite beer (e.g. aged cheddar paired with an American lager, blue cheese paired with spicy, wintery brews, or aged goat cheese paired with fruit beers). Since beer is so versatile, guests won’t feel pressure to come up with precise matches, and everyone will be pleasantly surprised by the flavor combinations.

Staff - Twenty-five years ago, “craft beer” exploded onto the scene and literally redefined how people think about American brewers and their offerings. Today’s beer lovers are trading up to “better” beers for their own consumption and as gifts. A 12-pack of a world-class American craft beer is about the price of an undistinguished bottle of Champagne or wine. Beer has become the beverage of celebration. In fact, according to a recent survey conducted by Wakefield Research for Samuel Adams, 60 percent of men would rather toast with beer than Champagne.

* Build your own mix-pack. It’s hard work, but the best way to learn about craft beer is through sampling. One popular idea is to ask each guest to bring a six- or 12-pack of their favorite brew. At the beginning of the party, set all of the beer out on a table and let the guests take turns picking different beers to sample, allowing everyone to try something new. For those who want a “guided tour” of craft beer, many brewers offer pre-mixed twelve-packs, like the Samuel Adams Winter Classics Variety 12-Pack that features six different holiday favorites.

Whether a beer connoisseur or not, there are a number of ways to incorporate beer into this year’s seasonal celebrations. Here are four festive ways to celebrate with beer:

For more information on Infinium and additional ideas for food and beer parings, visit www.samueladams.com.

* Holiday Cheers with Beers. This is probably the best time in history to be a beer lover. Craft brewers are experimenting with styles that challenge people’s perception of what beer can be. For example, Samuel Adams is offering Infinium, a Champagne-like brew that is the result of a collaboration with the Weihenstephan Brewery in Bavaria, Germany. Infinium is a completely new style of beer; it is brewed with Champagne yeast, and offers beer lovers a unique drinking experience. Infinium retails for around $20, making it a great option for holiday gifting and toasting.

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New Chef Works His Magic at Maxwell’s! LINCOLN CITY - If a good chef is really a magician, turning everyday ingredients into unbelievable cuisine, then Maxwell’s’ Kevin Armstrong is a regular Houdini! Armstrong, who studied under Wolfgang Puck at the Maui Four Seasons and worked at the swank Bay House, pulled up his sleeves and spent his first few months at Maxwell’s learning how the other half eats. “I wasn’t too familiar with chicken fried steak, but it’s another avenue I wanted to learn: family cooking.” Under the steady hands of owners Doug and Maraya Strickland since 1994, Maxwell’s has burnished its historic reputation for N.W.-style seafood and steak dinners, all-day breakfasts and homespun ambiance. Regular diners look forward to reliable comfort-food cooking and ample

portions, and they know that Maxwell’s practcally owns specialties like its Philly Cheese Steak, Crab and Shrimp Fettuccine, Grilled Pork Chops, Chicken Fried Steak, Razor Clams and Liver and Onions. Did we mention the tall Bay Shrimp Cocktail? Dinner alone includes 43 entrees and combos, including 12 seafoods, 10 steaks, nine pastas and prime rib nightly. The menu is wallet-friendly, $9-$19 for dinner with trimmings, and price specials such as the Meal Deal, a 10item, $5.95 lunch menu, or the Saturday night prime rib, $9.95 . The Maxwell’s kitchen runs practically non-stop, including 21 hours on Fridays and Saturdays, which makes it a destination for early-risers or night owls: M-Th 8am-2:30am; Fri 8am-3am; Sat 6am-3am; and Sunday 6-2:30 am. The big lounge has a dance floor,

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DEPOE BAY BONEPILE BBQ, 541-765-3430. Colorful and corny, it punches all the BBQ buttons with a juicy half chicken, pulled pork, St. Louis ribs and babybacks served with cole slaw, hot cornbread and BBQ beans best washed down with an icy beer. Breakfast includes smoked bacon, thickcut French toast; lunch, a hearty corned beef sandwich. $$ BECK, at Whale Cove Inn, 541-765-3220. Astonishing views, chef’s select meals. $$$$ BIG MOUNTAIN COFFEE CO., next to Thriftway. Classy warehouse-retro digs feature comfy seating. Convenient drive-thru, too. $ CHOWDER BOWL, 541-765-2300. The legendary chowder house serves it creamy and thick with fresh-chopped clams. Sandwiches, burgers, steaks and seafood. Beer & wine. $$ GRACIE’S SEA HAG, downtown, 541-7652734. Time stops for the Friday night seafood buffet, a lavish spread of fish and shellfood, seasonal Dungeness crab and a garden-crisp iced salad bar. The clam chowder is rated “Very best” by the New York Times. Expert bartending and USDA choice steaks can be taken in the fireside lounge. The Saturday prime rib special comes in two cuts, big and bigger. Open at 7 a.m. for breakfast at the beach with trademark specials like the coast’s No. 1 Eggs Benedict, corned beef hash and seafood neptunes, Gracie’s earns the reputation everyday: “Seafood so fresh the ocean hasn’t missed it yet!” $$-$$$ ITALIAN RIVIERA RESTAURANT & PIANO BAR, Hwy 101, 2 mi. north of Depoe Bay, 541-764-3400. Authentic Italian restaurant with classics and new-world traditions. Entrees like Mama’s Manicotti ooze with cheese and rich sauces. Steaks sizzle under a layer of mushrooms sautéed in a red wine. And the pizza? Fuhgetaboutit! Crooner Ric DiBlasi plays at 7 p.m. Open at 4 p.m. daily, weekends for lunch. $$-$$$ JACK’S STEAKS ‘N SEAFOOD, 1.5 mi. north on Hwy. 101. Surf and turf favorites, homestyle specials, salad bar. $$ LINCOLN BEACH THRIFTWAY, 3 mi. north on Hwy. 101, 541-765-2314. Best hot-deli around serves deep-fried chicken that would make The Colonel roll over, fresh BBQ and custom deli sandwiches, made to order. Daily dinner specials are homestyle. $$ MAZATLAN MEXICAN RESTAURANT, southside of the bridge, 541-765-2623. Watch whales over hot platters of delicously bona fide traditional Mexican dishes and specials that are

artfully prepared and cheerfully served. $$ PIRATE COFFEE COMPANY, 541-7654373. Twin roasters work overtime to slake demand for the excellent gourmet coffee found here. Baked goodies and epicurean chocolates make it a destination for sweet tooths, too. $ SALISHAN RESORT, 54 1-764-3644. Breakfast comes on hand-carved tables big as barn doors at The Sun Room, while it’s surf, turf and stunning view dining in The Prime Steakhouse. The Attic Lounge bar menu is topped with handmade mini pizzas. The Deli, located in the shops, features thin-crust custom pizzas and deli-cut sandwiches, accented by extensive beers and wines. Duck into the pro shop and bar for delicious short-order breakfast or lunch. Open at 6:30 a.m. daily. $$-$$$$ SIDE DOOR CAFE, 541-764-3825. Tucked away on Gleneden Beach Loop, this sweet 50seat restaurant in a converted foundry is legendary for upscale casual dining including a mouthwatering rack of lamb or crusted and seared halibut. A nice lunch menu,expert martinis and a fireplace, too. $$$ SPOUTING HORN, 541-765-2261. This three-generation family restaurant stays on course with a Chuckwagon Buffet on Thu. and Sat., fishermens’ breakfasts, a cozy harborview lounge and Betty Taunton pies. Great views and service. $$ SUNSET GRILL, 10 Bay St. Fishing village fare and scratch cooking, extensive menu. $$ SURFRIDER RESORT at Fogarty Creek State Park, 541-764-2311. Eye-popping views are a perfect match for famous breakfast omelets or sunset steaks and seafood. Surfrider specialties abound, like Crab Cake Bendict, Salmon Ceasar Salad and Seafood Fettuccine. Prime Rib with salad bar Sun. & Wed. Lounge or family restaurant seating. $$-$$$ TIDAL RAVES, 541-765-2995. Relaxed upscale lunch and dinner, with the accent on fish — grilled, battered, stir-fried or baked — and fine wine. $$$ WING WA CHINESE RESTAURANT, 541-765-2288. Big-city Chinese cuisine, Sunday all-you-can-eat buffet, karaoke in the bar and a kitchen open ‘til the wee hours. Combo plates include all the favorites, but we like #4: BBQ pork, pork fried rice, sweet & sour chicken and pork chow mein! $$ LINCOLN CITY BAY HOUSE, 541-996-3222. Casual ambience amid National Geographic views, floor-toceiling wine racks, expert service and a fireplace

award-winning karaoke nightly, pool, games, sports TV, Oregon lottery and a delicious bar menu. With the basics of blue-collar cuisine under his belt, Chef Kevin has pulled a rabbit out of his hat with a new lineup of chef-driven “California Pacific Rim” nightly specials that are distinctly upscale and demonstrate Chef Kevin’s French and Italian culinary roots. Recent offerings included seared Ahi with ginger rice and a lemon-butter sauce, Chicken Parmesan and a baconwrapped filet mignon finished with a port wine sauce. The upscale dinners can be served family-style in the restaurant, or by fireside and candlelight in the lounge. Now, that’s magic! Maxwell’s Restaurant & Lounge is located at 1643 NW Hwy. 101, Lincoln City, across from the Bijou Theater.

CHEF KEVIN ARMSTRONG of Maxewll’s Restaurant & Lounge.

Dane Shines At Gracie’s Sea Hag DEPOE BAY — Gracie’s Sea Hag is proud to call itself home to Hawaiian-born maestro Michael Dane, who plays Thu.-Sun. in the fireplace lounge and sometimes presides over “the World’s Longest Conga Line.” The Hag shifts into high gear at 6 p.m. on weekends with live music, exquisite bartending and Michael Dane sharing the marquis with servers who will suddenly strike a polka on the bottles, a tradition started by founder Gracie Strom 50 years ago. Dane, in his 11th pitch-perfect year at the Sea Hag, is a sensation whether on his keyboard synthesizer or steelstring guitar, putting his own exuberant mark on pop rock, soul, country and Hawaiian favorites. His music is often irresistible, a full dance floor being just the prelude to a spontaneous conga line. The Sea Hag, with 30 years of unbroken shows, is the longest-running music venue at the central Oregon

bar arranged with swanky furnishings and musical talent on weekends round out the 4-Star dining. Steaks are thick cut, seared and juicy; seafood and organics are fresh from local docks and hothouses. Trademark desserts are hard to forget! $$$$ CHINOOK WINDS CASINO, 541-9965825. Siletz River Buffet keeps it fresh with daily themes like “Mom’s Kitchen” (Tues.) Seafood Fridays and Texas BBQ (Saturdays). The upscale Rogue River Steakhouse also hits the jackpot with seafood, while Chinook’s Seafood Grill at the hotel stages a Sunday Champagne Buffet fit for a king! $$-$$$ HILLTOP INN, 541-994-6111. Renowned for omelettes, Belgian waffles and an artful Eggs Benedict with tangy cheese sauce. Lots of melts and house sandwiches, trademark surf and turf specialties and a popular Club 55 round-out the nice menu menu. There’s nothing fancy — just good food, excellent service and reasonable prices. $$ MAXWELL’S, 541-994-8100. The list of leg-

MICHAEL DANE stars Thu.-Sun at Gracie’s Sea Hag.

coast. Gracie’s Sea Hag, open at 7 a.m. daily for breakfast, is located at 58 E. Hwy. 101, (541-765-2734). endary specials is long and covers all the bases with satisfying seafood and steaks, nine pastas, prime rib and chef-driven nightly specials. Doting servers can guide you through the extensive menu to a reliable favorite, but they’d be remiss not to offer the tall Bay Shrimp Cocktail. Karaoke in the cocktail lounge and all Oregon Lottery games seal the deal. Open 21 hrs. F-Sat. $$-$$$ MO’S, on Siletz Bay, 541-996-2535. The fantastic views are forgotten when Mo’s world-famous clam chowder arrives steaming in a cannonball bread bowl! Here, fish is king, in baskets, two-fisted sandwiches or cooked to order with a shrimp dinner salad. The prices are modest, the portions ample. Cocktails, N.W. wines and microbrews ‘til 10. $$ NEWPORT IZZY’S, 541-265-3636. Pizza bar and classic buffet with great ocean views. Beer & wine. $$ NEWPORT CAFE, 541-574-6487, open 24 hrs. for breakfast, fish, great homestyle specials. PIG ‘N PANCAKE, 265-9065, great service! SUBWAY, 265-4209, best sandwiches!


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