The Fisherman’s Market in Eugene is a full-service fish market and restaurant that offers the largest seafood menu in Lane County. Many years in commercial fishing has given this family-owned business what it takes to offer the Willamette Valley the best seafood available. Drop by to pick up fresh salmon and crab, or sit down to Wahoo fish and chips or a lobster dinner. The Fisherman’s Market is the place for all of your seafood needs.
Delighting the taste buds of Northwesterners for thirty years with an array of fresh, handmade chocolate truffles, Euphoria is now featuring Oregon wine truffles, gourmet chocolate sauces, spice-trade truffles and more. With four Eugene company stores and chocolates sold in hundreds of gourmet food stores, gift shops, at specialty retailers and online, Euphoria has made it easy to treat someone special to the finest quality chocolates.
IN 1950, CREATURES FROM ANOTHER WORLD SELECTED McMinnville, Oregon, planet Earth as a place of curiosity and research. Their vehicle was nearly thirty feet in diameter and shaped like a flying saucer or a garbage can lid. If it weren’t for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trent out feeding the rabbits on their farm that day, this foray would have gone unobserved by humans, and the saucer pilots would have quietly collected data before reporting back their observations.
Gaston Market strives to provide and serve quality foods to the local community. Situated on the border of Washington and Yamhill counties, Gaston Market is ideally situated at the junction of a flourishing valley and the northern end of the local wine country. As a family business operating for more than forty years, it is Gaston Market’s mission to provide a healthy, convenient and tasty food experience.
The pub opened in May of 1989, with a small customer base composed of curious locals who dropped by to see what was going on and never left. Rogue Farms Hopyard is on theWillametteRiversouth ofIndependence,Oregon. Seven hop varieties are planted on forty-two acres of farmland and the hops are harvested and baled on the farm.
In a rich collision of worlds and culture, Fino in Fondo brings Italy to Oregon, planting itself in the famed Willamette Valley Wine Country. Fino in Fondo’s passion for salami and dedication to uphold tradition are put into each product so that every bite is a taste of Italy and every bite is its own miniature moment of glory.
The cuisine at Dayton’s Joel Palmer House is inspired by the exotic mushrooms and truffles the staff collect themselves to augment the mostly locally-sourced cuisine. Owner and fourth-generation chef Chris Czarnecki says, “Our cooking revolves around wild mushrooms and truffles which we gather ourselves and with friends. We have always endeavored to obtain locally raised ingredients in our cooking, and we use many locally produced greens, herbs, and vegetables, many of which come from our own culinary garden. We frequently draw inspiration from the cuisines of Mexico, China, Thailand, Poland, and India, so we call our cooking, “freestyle”. Of course, we work hard to create dishes that complement the glorious wines of Oregon, especially Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay.” Open Tuesday to Saturday from 5 until 9.