Historic Willamette Main Street on Willamette Falls Drive invites you to dine at one of their many local restaurants that strive to use fresh, seasonal ingredients purchased from the source. We're including a taste of the many options they offer. For a complete list, check out their Food and Drink page.
Opened in the summer of 2022, Willamette Garage is one of the most inviting food cart pods around. Outdoor TVs, tabletop fire pits, comfy Astroturf and covered seating keep this place vibing. Its indoor bar anchors the space, offering signature cocktails, beer, wine and spirits to wash down your meal. Thai, sushi, Indian, Greek… it’s all available from eight local food carts, so come hungry!
Inspired by bustling villages in France, Allium Bistro creates dishes with local, seasonal ingredients straight from farmers and purveyors of the Pacific Northwest and pairs them with 58+ wines by the glass. They also offer a casual, laidback atmosphere and want to be your neighborhood dining room.
Lark Café, just down the street from Allium Bistro, is run by the same owners, so it holds the same food and business philosophy: serve fresh and local ingredients and bring friends and family together around food and drink. But in their case, it's for breakfast and lunch. It's your destination for artisan coffee and avocado toast. And we think the warm Moroccan chicken salad is out of this world! And while you're there, make sure to check out the local art on the walls, which is all for sale.
The Essence of China cooks up some of the best Cantonese and Mandarin dishes we've ever tasted. Everything is cooked to absolute perfection. Make sure to check out their chef suggestions, such as the Tien Fu Chicken with mushrooms and veggies in a white sauce or for the meat lovers, the Happy Family comes with chicken, pork, beef, shrimp and scallops.
With the largest indoor and outdoor seating in town, Ale & Cider House has a variety of food vendors that regularly visit, so you'll always have something new to try. They also invite rotating food carts throughout the year. Their cider hall has super high ceilings and ample open space, while their covered outdoor patio includes firepits for those 21+. Oh, and it's also home to Queen Orchard, which specializes in craft ciders and wines.
You can find fresh pressed juices (including cleanses!), fresh fruit smoothies and bowls, healthy salads and local gelato at Para Juice Bar. Why "Para"? Their name is translated to "pear" from Romanian. It represents their roots in Oregon, since the pear is the state fruit, but also recognizes the family origin of one of the owners. One of our favorite menu items is the Oregon Grown bowl, which includes spinach, kale, banana, pineapple, peanut butter and coconut water topped with granola, banana, almonds, pistachios, bee pollen, honey and Himalayan salt.
La Fiesta Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar is a family owned establishment that has been serving West Linn for over 15 years. Their tequila selection is the largest in the area, and their food menu is vast, too, made with local ingredients whenever possible. Their carne y camarones is the owner's absolute favorite. We also love the arroz con pollo and la fiesta relleno. Going back to that tequila for a second: They offer tequila flights, premium tequila flights and a mezcal flight, plus pages of tequilas.
Nineteen 33 Taproom strives to make as much food in house as they can, using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. They do this with sustainability in mind, wanting to minimize their carbon footprint. They serve grass fed, pasture raised, grain finished Angus beef from TMK Ranch, an 800 acre farm in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The beef is cut to order at Revel Meats in Canby. All of this explains why their sandwiches and burgers are just so dang good. The Dougie Burger is sure to satiate any hunger with bacon, a fried egg, cheddar and BBQ sauce and the tri tip sandwich is not to be missed. Their kids menu even has a sandwich with apple cider brined chicken that is so yum.