Garnering praises from a constantly growing list of clientèle, Ambrosia offers quality service amidst a lively atmosphere. Its comfortable, romantic decor gives a homely feeling and the well prepared Italian cuisine keeps customers happy and coming back for more! They also stock well on wines, which are served by the bottle and glass. Kids are made welcome and parking is free on weekends on the street. Facilities for an event or group dining are also offered overall. This charming place makes for a comfortable yet classy dining experience.
A part of the happening and cheery downtown area, The Axe & Fiddle Public House is a lively venue and pub. This establishment is nestled in the historic Burkholder Woods Building and its decor does retain the old world charm. Its clientele is a mix of tourists and locals who head here to relax and enjoy. You can choose from the menu featuring regular short eats and variety of drinks including frosty beers. The perfect bar scene here is completed with the dart boards and pool tables. However, the highlight of the place is the live music concerts held here. With no restriction on genre (as far as it pleases the ear), patrons are entertained with diverse music genres. For gig guide and other details, call ahead.
Plank Town Brewing Co is set in the Odd Fellows Building and has a certain vintage charm to it. This microbrewery is a beer lovers haven with 21 house beers on tap, changing guest taps and cask beer engines. They also have a fine selection of wine, cider and cocktails. Enjoy these craft brews with delicious Northwestern cuisine and weekend live music. You can bring along your kids to dine here any time.
Renee’s Landing Restaurant and Bar has a historic value, given the fact that it is built on editor John Rennie’s house next to the University of Oregon. In business since 1981, the place is popular among locals as well as tourists. Visitors can enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner over typical American fare and drinks. It is a regular hangout for the University sports enthusiasts who come and enjoy the games on the large screen televisions over its specialty beers on tap. One can also pick memorabilia like hooded t-shirts, sweatshirts, patches and baby bibs while at Rennie's
Since 40 years now, The Cooler has established itself as a great place for entertainment. With the many plasmas suspended from the ceiling and a monster 20 foot projection screen, you can be sure that you won't miss out on any sports action. The service is quick, fast and always with a smile! A bit noisy if you're not a sports fan, but that is only on game days. The food is superbly rated and the drinks are cool. The atmosphere is always lively, specially on weekends owing to the live music. Other entertainment options include shooting pool and playing the slot machine type lottery.
Cornucopia Bar & Burgers needs no introduction, they are arguably serving the best burger in Eugene across two locations. Headed by the culinary team of Chefs Scott Sauerwine, Mike Dexter and Cody Hall, the place offers lunch, dinner and home made craft beer. The chain has been nominated as the 'Best burger and beer garden' by Register Guard Peoples choice Awards. They are also known for providing catering services, thus make reservations to make any party or function extra special.