Sandy may be a small city in the foothills of Mt. Hood, but it has a lot to offer people looking for a delicious bite to eat. Here are some of the top places to eat in Sandy.
Sweet or savory, crepes are a wonderful, if not tricky, little dish that delights the soul and the stomach. Le HAPPY has perfected these little gems with a wide selection of crepes perfect for any meal. Add some craft cocktails and mocktails in the evening, and you've got yourself a wonderful night out in Sandy.
Food carts continue to be all the rage when it comes to hip dining, and this pod located right in the heart of downtown Sandy takes full advantage. The pod boasts Mexican, Indian, Japanese and Thai options if you're seeking fare with international flare. You'll also find some excellent cheese steaks and other American classics, as well as a Boba tea cart and one specializing in breakfast.
Need a quick stop to pick up supplies or some of the world's best blueberry muffins? Tollgate Inn Bakery. Looking for a few souvenirs while you're at it. Yup. Tollgate Inn. The design of the building harkens back to the early days of Oregon, complete with a covered wagon out front. The inside matches that vibe, as does the old fashioned hospitality and menu filled with delicious comfort food options.
Generations of families have been stopping at Joe's Donuts since 1974. No magic or colored stars are needed to make this a popular stop, just quality donuts that are as large as they are delicious. The owner actually started the business right out of high school and continues to make his world-renowned donuts the same was as he did on day one. When things are perfect, you don't change them.
The name isn't some slight on the beer; Boring Brewing actually started as a small brewery in the community of Boring just down the road from Sandy. They relocated to a space at the entry to Sandy's main street district a few years ago. What didn't change was their commitment to delicious, handcrafted small batch beers. They're also a stop on the Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail.
Scooters is a popular spot in Sandy's dining scene for their classic menu and sports viewing opportunities. Family owned and operated, Scooters focuses on fresh, local ingredients to make its American style food. Parents can enjoy a wide array of local and regional sports on the TVs while the kids are entertained in the playroom.
Want a quick burger, but looking for something better than fast food? Visit Brady's Brats and Burgers to be blown away by both the deliciousness of the food and the quick service. Their menu features a large selection of mouthwatering burgers. Then throw in a huge selection of different brats as well and some hand cut fries or tots on the side, and we're talking heaven right here. They also have a large selection of Beyond burgers too, so even the vegetarians in your crew can enjoy a meal here.
What if your morning coffee could do more good than just help you function in the morning? Have you ever enjoyed a bagel that helped your community? Stop by AntFarm Café and Bakery in downtown Sandy and you will! The café is just one part of AntFarm's mission to help youth grow and thrive with job skill development both at their own store and with other local business partners. Their mission is a noble one, and enjoying a delicious coffee or breakfast bowl does an amazing amount of good.
No, Bigfoot Growlers II isn't the latest sequel from the SyFy channel, it's the second location of the popular Bigfoot Growlers located between Clackamas and Damascus. The newest location has a delicious menu with amazing starters, such as spring rolls and nachos, homemade soups and a truly diverse selection of main courses. From burgers to Asian fare and even tacos, there's something for everyone. And of course we'd be remiss if we didn't mention the nearly two dozen craft beers on tap. Stop here once and you'll soon be back again and again.