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Get a Taste of Oregon Food Trails Near You

Where to find favorite Oregon Food Trails products right now
April 2, 2020

There’s no need to let quarantine keep you from enjoying Oregon’s bounty. Many tastemakers featured along Oregon Food Trails are offering to-go service and have products in grocery stores and markets across the state.

Oregon Food Trails showcase the freshest local offerings of farmers, fishers, brewers and chefs. Each trail features the signature flavors of the region — from wine and beer to fresh fruit and produce and more.

Take a look at how to get a taste of Oregon Food Trails near you or delivered to your doorstep.

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Farm stand features fresh onions and tomatoes.
Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail by Allison Smith

Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail

About the trail: The Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail is known for wineries, breweries, family farms and more. Download the official brochure.

Food: In Albany, Sybaris Bistro is offering curbside delivery for dinner Tuesday through Saturday, with a new daily menu posted each morning online. In Corvallis, Castor Kitchen & Bar is offering curbside pickup of family-style dinners every Wednesday through Friday; order online. Philomath’s Eats & Treats Café is offering takeout six days a week, including for Sunday brunch; call to order. Lebanon’s local roaster, Mugs Coffee House, is taking orders of whole bean coffee by phone or online.

Gathering Together Farm‘s weekly Vitality Supported Agriculture (VSA) box includes organic produce for delivery or pickup, with option to add in additional prepared food items; you can also find them at the farmers market. Albany’s Midway Farms provides a safe shopping experience at the farm stand with pre-made veggie boxes for curbside pickup. Order seeds through the mail from Alsea’s The Thyme Garden to get started on your summer garden; other supplies can be ordered for pickup from Urban Ag Supply.

Drink: In Corvallis, 2 Towns Ciderhouse is offering to-go sales at their taproom as well as expanded delivery, direct ship and wide availability in grocery retailers. Sky High Brewing & Pub is open daily for takeout and delivery including a crowler menu. Spiritopia liquers can be found on store shelves or for purchase only in the tasting room, where customers can also score samples of their homemade hand sanitizer. 4 Spirits Distillery‘s packaged spirits and Counterfeit Cocktails (just-add spirits), as well as their full food menu, are available for pickup and takeout daily.

Emerson Vineyards wine can be purchased online for shipment or delivery, while Pheasant Court Winery is offering curbside sales. Airlie Winery has wine pickups and discounted shipping on cases; call ahead before picking up. Bluebird Hill Cellars is offering curbside pickup and next-day local deliveries; call or email to place your order. Compton Family Wine has grab-and-go hours at their tasting room each weekend with free local delivery; order online. Lumos Wine Co. is offering barn-side pick up and free local delivery. For those looking to stock up, Tyee Wine Cellars is offering 20% off case purchases.

Virtual entertainment: Though closed to visitors, Iron Water Ranch and Leaping Lamb Farm are both sharing adorable newborn lamb videos and photos on social media right now.

Six bottles of Alesong beer on a mantle.
Alesong Brewing by Joni Kabana

South Willamette Valley Food Trail

About the trail: The South Willamette Valley Food Trail is known for farm-to-table restaurants, wineries, breweries, cideries and family farms. Download the official brochure.

Eat: Creswell Bakery sells their scratch-made food to go, with online ordering now available. Grab baking supplies and meals to go at Camas County Schoolhouse Bakery, now closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Provisions Market Hall is selling box dinners and 50% off wine bottles, with 10% of sales going to Food for Lane County.

Drink: While tasting rooms are closed for now, wineries are selling bottles to go. Pick up your favorite varietals at Brigadoon Wine Co., Walnut Ridge Vineyard, Bennett Vineyards, Noble Estate Winery and King Estate Winery. Check out the shipping options from Sweet Cheeks Winery, Silvan Ridge Winery and Iris Vineyards; Iris is offering wine shipping for just $0.01. Saginaw Vineyard offers wine, pizza and soup to go.

Ninkasi Brewing now offers online ordering. Claim 52 Kitchen is open daily with food, beer and crowlers to go. Ale Song Brewing is open daily, with free shipping on orders over $75. In addition to selling top-notch spirits, Heritage Distilling and Thinking Tree Spirits are also producing hand sanitizer; Heritage has free shipping on orders of $50 or more, with delivery available.

Two hands hold a bottle of olive oil in a orchard.
River Ranch Oregon Olive Oil by Joni Kabana

Great Umpqua Food Trail

About the trail: The Great Umpqua Food Trail is known for farms, ranches, bakeries, wineries, craft breweries and more. Download the official brochure.

Food: Umpqua Valley Farmers Market is operating with social distancing safety measures and hand-washing stations; order ahead and pickup options in place. River Ranch Oregon Olive Oil can be purchased by phone or online. North Forty Beer Company is offering takeout and delivery for food and beer with weekly menus posted online.

Drink: Henry Estate Winery has delivery available; order online or by phone. Reustle-Prayer Rock Vineyards wines can be picked up on site and ordered online or by phone. Cooper Ridge Vineyard is offering curbside pick up and complimentary home delivery in the greater Roseburg area.

A platter of fish and chips with tartar sauce
Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail by Justin Myers Photography

Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail

About the trail: The Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail is known for cranberries, fresh-caught seafood, craft beverages, farm-to-table restaurants and more. Download the official brochure.

Food: In Coos Bay, you can pick up produce at Coos River Ranch, drive-through style, and Bayside Coffee is offering contact-less payments and takeout orders via phone and website. Tony’s Crab Shack in Bandon is open for to-go orders; check the daily menu online.

Drink: Call ahead to Stillwagon Distillery‘s Bandon tasting room for curbside pickup. In Gold Beach, Arch Rock Brewing Company is selling beer to go and filling growlers, kegs and crowlers out of their tasting room. Brooking’s Chetco Brewing Company is open for growler fills and to-go orders; you can also participate in their “Gift a Growler Fill” make it easy for a friend.

Oysters on ice are ready to be eaten.
North Coast Food Trail by Visit Tillamook Coast

North Coast Food Trail

About the trail: The North Coast Food Trail is known for seafood, artisan cheese, craft beer and more. Download the official brochure.

Food: In Tillamook the retail shop for JAndy Oyster Company remains open and Food Roots is taking phone orders for curbside pickup of local products and produce. The Cloverdale cheese shop of Nestucca Bay Creamery is open for business. Garibaldi Portside Bistro is offering takeout and delivery by phone or online order. Cannon Beach’s Sea Level Bakery + Coffee is offering call-in curbside pickup and is cashless at hte front door. Jacobsen Salt‘s online store is still active, with free shipping on orders that are $75 or more.

Drink: Twist Wine in Cloverdale is selling bottles from to-go window and delivering as well. You can purchase deGarde Brewing‘s famous wild ales to go at their tasting room in Tillamook.

Sandoz Farm pickled products include beets and asparagus.
Sandoz Farm by Joni Kabana

East Gorge Food Trail

About the trail: The East Gorge Food Trail is known for historic orchards, vineyards, farm-to-table restaurants and more. Download the official brochure.

Food: Several East Gorge Food Trail restaurants are currently offering takeout and delivery, including Sedition Brewing, Tierra de Lobos Winery and Sunshine Mill Winery. The store at Sandoz Farm, featuring butchered meats and pickled vegetables, is open with social distancing in place. Vendors of The Dalles Farmers Market and Mosier Farmers Market are participating in the Hood River Farmers Market on Saturdays.

Coming soon: Rogue Valley Food Trail

Rogue Creamery’s Cheese Shop is open, taking phone and online orders for customers to pick up curbside. Dunbar Farms has an online order and pickup system. Lavender Fields Forever has products available to ship online or for curbside pick up at the farm Medford Food Co-op is offering adapted services to keep feeding the community safely.

About The
Author

Hilary Sager
Hilary Sager is the Oregon Food Trails Program Manager at Travel Oregon. Born in Portland and raised in the Columbia River Gorge, these days Hilary can be found in all corners of the state seeking out cold alpine lakes, the best huckleberry milkshake and tasting rooms with a view.