- OTOpenTable DinerPalm Springs / Palm Desert Cities •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoWe love Rudy’s! Always consistently delicious. Good service and great ambiance.More infoRudy's SteakhousePrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Salem•4.6
- DSDavidSPortland / Oregon •2 reviews4.0Dined 2 days agoThe food was very good, service was a bit slow, but the noise level was almost intolerable.More infoVault 244 Bistro | LoungePrice: Expensive• American• Albany•4.4
- PDPamDPortland / Oregon •3 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoGreat food, excellent service, and lovely location :-)More info1847 Bar and GrillPrice: Expensive• Northwest• Lebanon•4.9
- EGEvanG1 review5.0Dined 6 days agoExcellent food with perfect portion size Service was wonderful Dinner for three was under $150 including tip (limited booze consumption $More infoDel AlmaPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Corvallis•4.8
- LLebanon1 review4.0Dined on Jun 7, 2020Price of Soda is a bit high although you do get refills and the food was good. The service was pretty good, at the time we came in only 1 server was in our area for 2 tables when we arrived and by the time we left 5 or 6 tables. Did a great job of 6 feet distancing and not once felt nervous at being too close to someone else. Great job.More infoBuffalo Wild Wings - CorvallisPrice: Moderate• Sports Bar• Corvallis•3.9
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Located in the Willamette Valley, Corvallis is in the midst of Oregon's agricultural heartland. Visitors come to this college town and the surrounding areas for a variety of reasons. In addition to ample outdoor recreation opportunities, Corvallis offers a host of culinary delights. In season, you can enjoy local treats at the Saturday Farmer's Market. The region is also home to a number of award-winning wineries and six micro-breweries. After taking time to tour the wine country or to go on a birding trip, you can complete your day at one of the area eateries. You're sure to find something to soothe your taste buds whether you prefer Polynesian, Asian, American or other fare. Many area restaurants can accommodate vegetarian or gluten-free diets.
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The best reviewed restaurant in Corvallis is Del Alma