Corvallis /kɔːrˈvælɪs/ is a city in central western Oregon, United States. It is the county seat of Benton County and the principal city of the Corvallis, Oregon Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Benton County. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 54,462. Its population was estimated by the Portland Research Center to be 55,298 in 2013. Corvallis is the location of Oregon State University, a large Hewlett-Packard research campus, and Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center.
Things to do in Corvallis
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Elegant yet inviting dining featuring a Latin-inspired menu paired with offerings from the NW, a food-friendly wine list, and original cocktails.
Great food, lots of flavors. Many options from fish to meat to vegetable. Fabulous bar with lots of wine, including flights of red, white, sparkling. Also many mixed drinks.
Bacon guacamole my favorite.
Good service and nice atmosphere. Can get dressed up if you want- but jeans ok too.
4.5 based on 469 reviews
Block 15 Restaurant & Brewery is located in the heart of historic downtown Corvallis, Oregon. We're serving up locally sourced casual food and super fresh craft beer, 7 days a week. Originally built in 1926 for the Gazette-Times newspaper, our building is blocks from both Oregon State University's campus and Corvallis' riverfront park. Our brewpub melds old and new, traditional and re-imagined—much like our artfully brewed beer, which is crafted on site and at our production brewery.
Place is always packed. Very friendly staff. Great beer selection. Menu choices were so-so and comparable to other brewpubs. Too much tomato, which is hard for my tomato allergy. Where this place shines surprisingly is the desserts. If it wasn't for the crowds, I'd be a regular, but maybe that's a good thing since one shouldn't eat dessert all the time. Bakery bar is wonderful.
4 based on 213 reviews
Great menu, most of the food comes from local when it can. They have a good wine selection. It's usually pretty busy, but the wait is not usually too long.
4 based on 220 reviews
We stopped in Sky High Brewing & Pub for an early dinner before a OSU basketball game. This was our first time eating there, but were so glad we stopped in. There appeared to be many good choices of sandwiches, etc. on the menu, but we both ended up ordering the po'boys -- the shrimp and the oyster po'boys. Wow! They were the best po'boys we'd had in a very long time. The mix of flavors was delicious and we savored every bite. If their other offerings are anything like their po'boys, we'll be back to try other items on the menu . . . but the po'boys will be hard to pass up. The service was great, the beer was good, and it's nice that the pub level is up on the top floor where there's a view.
4 based on 258 reviews
I took a friend who is visiting Corvallis for breakfast and both of us had the Cajun skillet. Hands down delicious combo of well prepared ingredients. Along with friendly service and good coffee it was a tasty and filling breakfast experience.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
A Northwest favorite since 1960. Our 25 locally owned Elmer's Restaurants take pride in their communities and source local, farm-fresh ingredients.
A wide variety of selections for the entire family. It's well prepared and consistent. The waitstaff is both experienced and attentive, the coffee/drinks stay full and there is never pressure to hurry though your meal. Breakfast is always available and seasonal options are rotating and great! How many places can you get a German Pancake!
Great place and convenient to anywhere in Corvallis!
4.5 based on 152 reviews
I came here on the recommendation of a good friend. Usually I would be scared to eat in Corvallis, but armed with the recommendation of a local, I closed my eyes and ordered some combo platters for a group of 10. I am delighted to report it was delicious. If I had to say what was was best, I would say it's the ribs. The sauce is a must for the rice.
Kelly Monaghan would love it here because it has a relaxed atmosphere, delicious food, generous portions and reasonable prices. Also, no one cares whether your shirt has sleeves or not.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
My wife and I were exploring downtown Corvallis and bumped into this restaurant. It's not your fancy sit down eatery but more of a cafeteria style. With that being said, the menu is not big but very interesting. I believe they have something different on the menu everyday. I enjoyed my food (Don't think I will crave for it but it's good) and would definitely go there again. Price is moderate...you can get a meal between $8-$15 (without drinks) but it's well worth it.
4 based on 128 reviews
This is our favorite Indian restaurant in town. The service is good, the food ethnic, and the menu extensive. We ALWAYS order the chicken tikka-masala, however, as it is delicious. One thing I really like is the chicken meat is white. The sauce is thick, not too spicy, and yummy yummy. The naan is also excellent. It's a fairly simple restaurant but comfortable and efficient. High recommend.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
Quaint little Vietnam sandwich shop. Homemade bread, variety of menu choices and pleasant atmosphere. Staff was friendly, you order at the counter get your table and they bring the food to you. We had the Lemongrass Beef which was very tasty. Parking is on the street or lot couple blocks away.
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