Fine linens and panoramic views of the Red Tail Golf Course (formerly Progress Downs) will provide you and your guests with a memorable dining experience. Executive chef Josh Murphy works with some of the finest meat cuts to deliver a succulent array of steaks. Seafood is another specialty, and the Northwestern inspired cooking is a delight. For a business lunch, enjoy one of the delicious homemade soups or Penne Pasta Pesto. For a romantic dinner, enjoy an appetizer followed by the Fire Roasted Prawns. An extensive wine menu is available. For a more casual feel, dine in the intimate lounge, which features its own special menu and the same great views. Groups are well accommodated and the restaurant offers great facilities for private functions. It opens from 11:30a between Monday to Friday, at noon on Saturday and at 10a onwards on Sunday.
High above the city, Chart House promises the best dine-with-a-view experience in town. The tables are layered for unobstructed scenes through huge floor-to-roof windows. Although expensive, it is like nothing else in town. Though not very extensive, the menu has some really tasty delicacies on it. Seafood preparations dominate the list with most dishes being experimental. Exotic drinks are available from the full bar, which includes its award winning wines. Large tables, booths and smaller tables suit all size groups. Valet service is offered.
The End Zone is a lively sports bar with an impressive drinks menu and food specials. The bar serves some delectable breakfast preparations. Mozzarella sticks and wholesome salads are also served here.
The Joel Palmer House is one of the oldest and finest buildings of Dayton's and is a registered historic landmark of the state as well as the country. The former home of Oregon pioneer and Dayton founder, Joel Palmer, this Classic Revival style structure is now home to one of the finest contemporary restaurants in the city. Though the central theme is mushroom and truffle, the other dishes revolving round it are equally noteworthy as only locally grown produces are used. Inspired from various cuisines around the world, the menu despite being limited is indeed a culinary masterpiece. Celebrate your food with their award winning wines for a memorable dining experience.
Opened to public in 2009, f/Stop Fitzgerald's Public House is the smallest but most popular pub in Salem. Serving a range of beer styles and craft beers, wines and local brews, the establishment caters to the locals only.
The McMenamins Old Church & Pub located in Wilsonville keeps everyone on their toes with their multiple colorful avatars. Originally a historic church that was situated on a ferry crossing, it stands today with a renovated facade. The pub building also houses a brewery which is set in the basement, and a wonderful amphitheater for live music, events and more. This quirky pub with its artsy interiors welcomes families as well as friends looking to catch up over some in-house ales. Food is aplenty here at McMenamins, with their Cajun Tater Tots and Cheeseburger Sliders enough to keep you fueled.