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Welcome to your Weekly Food + Dining Guide! This week, our cover feature is Quaintrelle in Portland.

Chef Ryley Eckersley has launched a new tasting menu option at Quaintrelle. Running in addition to the regular dinner menu, the tasting menu will consist of five or six courses based on the seasonal ingredients in the kitchen, sourced from local farms, ranches and waterways. While dishes will change according to availability, the current offerings include:

  • Oysters, green strawberry, serrano, herboi
  • Yellowtail, orange, fennel, hazelnut, white shoyu, nasturtium
  • Carrots, parsnips, potato, frisee, poached egg, seeds, pancetta, maple, wasabi
  • Short rib, celeriac, radish, shishito, baby mustard greens
  • Passionfruit tart, espresso ice cream, white chocolate, basil, citrus “sour gummies”

Since joining Quaintrelle in June, Eckersley has been fine-tuning his menu and service, adding more seafood, expanding Happy Hour options, and bringing in monthly live music. The tasting menu gives him an opportunity to play, and to fulfill requests from Quaintrelle’s guests.

“Our guests frequently ask the servers how many dishes they should order. So I wanted to give an option where they could abandon all decision-making and let the kitchen go full tilt with creativity,” says Eckersley. “I feel incredibly lucky that we’re in a place now where the guests are entrusting us to say ‘make me whatever you like.’”

Full table participation is required for the tasting menu, and dinner is priced at $65. Wine pairings are $35 additional.

About Quaintrelle: Located in Portland’s bustling N. Mississippi neighborhood, Quaintrelle serves cuisine inspired by the Pacific Northwest and made with passion and intention, working with purveyors to ensure the best seasonally available local ingredients. The restaurant is located at 3936 N. Mississippi Ave. in Portland.  Reservations may be made through OpenTable, www.quaintrelle.co, or by calling (503) 200-5787.

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Quaintrelle’s Bar manager Camille Cavan has also launched some new fall cocktails. Photo by Aubrie LeGault.

 

 

 

2 RIVERS BAR AND GRILL — Downtown Washougal

Rivers

Steak Bites.

2 Rivers Bar and Grill just opened its doors a week ago and it’s already a hit, filling a giant void left by Hearth when it shuttered it doors at the Washougal Town Square. It’s already getting repeat customers.

The upscale restaurant and bar is a scratch kitchen serving up small plates, burgers, entrées, with nightly specials and many beers on tap.

Using locally sourced ingredients, 2 Rivers is all about serving up fresh food. Popular dishes include the beer-battered Fish and Chips, Salmon Cakes, Steak Bites, Prime New York Steak (priced in the mid-$20 range), and Bone-in French Cut Pork Chops with Apple Chutney.

2 Rivers Bar and Grill is located at 1700 Main Street, Suite 110, Washougal, WA 98671.

Phone: 360-210-7987

Hours: 11-9 Monday-Thursday; 11-midnight Friday and Saturday; Sundays: 11-6

Find them on Facebook: @2Rivers Bar & Grill

NUESTRA MESA — Downtown Camas

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Flan is back at Nuestra Mesa!

Traditional Mexican Flan is back, served with fresh grated orange zest and garnished with a nasturtium flower. The perfect accompaniment to Live Music every Wednesday from 6:30-8:30pm.

Located at 228 NE 4th Avenue, in Downtown Camas, Mesa offers gourmet Mexican cuisine. It’s a family friendly location.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sundays, 10 am-3 pm (Brunch only).

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesa.com

 

HANA KOREAN — Downtown Camas

Dining

Bi Bim Bop.

For those who know and appreciate Korean food, Hana is the real deal. Hana offers Korean, teriyaki, noodles, combinations, and sides at reasonable prices. A customer favorite is the Bi Bim Bop (featured above), as well as the Bul-Go-Gi, which is thinly sliced marinated beef, stir-fried vegetables, and steamed rice. Portion sizes are generous. Located in the heart of Downtown Camas at 412 NE 4th Ave.

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11 am-8:30 pm

Phone: 360-833-9111

FEAST @316 — Downtown Camas

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Every night is a good night for steak!

Feast @316 prepares steak just how you like, with an abundance of menu options and quality service.

Located in the heart of historic Downtown Camas, Washington, Feast @316 offers one of the best dining experiences in the Northwest with Fresh Seafood, Certified Angus Beef, Craft Cocktails, and Signature Wines. Located in Downtown Camas at 316 NE Dallas St.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 4-9 pm; Happy Hour, Monday-Friday 3-5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-7498

Visit: www.CamasFeast316.com

THE HAMMOND KITCHEN & CRAFT BAR — Camas

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Baked Mac and Cheese.

The Hammond has a new Social Hour, which begins at 3 pm daily — in the bar only.
New Social Hours: Monday – Friday 3-6 pm 
Saturday and Sunday 3-6
* bar promotion only*

Located at 4857 NW Lake Road, #200, Camas, WA 98607.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:00 am-9 pm; Friday, 11:00 am-10 pm; Saturday, 10:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10:30-10 pm; Social Hour, Monday-Friday 3-6 pm, plus Saturday + Sunday, 3-6 pm.

Phone: 360-954-5620

Visit: www.TheHammondKitchenandCraftBar.com

 

CAFFE PICCOLO — Downtown Camas

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Chai Nogg at Caffe Piccolo!

It’s that time of year to enjoy Caffe Piccolo’s Chai Nogg, which is made from delicious Darigold Egg Nogg and Piccolo’s tasty chai!

Each day, you can come try a new soup for lunch, along with one of our great espressos, lattes and speciality coffee drinks — featuring Caffe Umbria. For breakfast or brunch, we have delicious breakfast sandwiches and panini’s. Come to relax, unwind, or open your laptop and have a remote office. People love to meet her socially or for casual business meetings. We’d love to see you. 400 Northeast Fourth Avenue, Camas, WA, at the corner of Fourth & Cedar

Hours: Open Monday – Friday 7 am – 5 pm, Saturday 8 am – 4 pm, Sunday 9 am – 3 pm

Phone: 360-834-7044

Visit: www.caffe-piccolo.com

 

GRAINS OF WRATH — Downtown Camas

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Pizza slices are available Wednesdays at Grains of Wrath.

GOW is offering rotating specials with new tacos every Tuesday. Rotating pizza by the slice is available every Wednesday. They also have a fantastic new Fall menu. Come check it out!

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm; Friday-Saturday, 11 am-12 am; Sunday, 11 am-9 pm; Happy hour is 3-6 weekdays. They are located at 230 NE 5th Ave. Camas, WA 98607

Phone: 360-210-5717

Visit: www.gowbeer.com

TOMMY O’s — Downtown Vancouver

Enjoy our great restaurant in Downtown Vancouver!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Hour and Weekend Brunch destinations in Vancouver, they also offer a full Sushi menu with creative and delicious options. For lunch and dinner, choose from selections like Macadamia Crusted Halibut, Kona Coffee Rubbed Flat Iron Steak, or Island style cuisine like Teriyaki Chicken, Kalbi Ribs, and Coconut Shrimp. We also offer many gluten-free and vegetarian options. Located at 801 Washington St Vancouver, WA.

Hours: Brunch, Saturday-Sunday, 9 am-noon; Lunch, Daily 11 am-4 pm; Dinner, Daily 4-9 pm; Aloha Hour, 3-6 pm

Lounge Hours: Monday-Thursday, 3 pm-6 pm; Friday-Saturday, 3 pm-11 pm; Sundays

Phone: 360-694-5107

Visit: www.tommyosaloha.com

HEY JACK, — Downtown Camas

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Hey Jack Special! Hey Jack Special! Location: 401 NE 4th Ave, Camas WA 98607 Reservations Call: (360)954-5053 Email: don@heyjackkitchen.com

Washougal, WA — 2 Rivers Bar and Grill just opened its doors a week ago and it’s already a hit, filling a giant void left by Hearth when it shuttered it doors at the Washougal Town Square. It’s already getting repeat customers.

The upscale restaurant and bar is a scratch kitchen serving up small plates, burgers, entrées, with nightly specials and many beers on tap.

Using locally sourced ingredients, 2 Rivers is all about serving up fresh food. Popular dishes include the beer-battered Fish and Chips, Salmon Cakes, Steak Bites, Prime New York Steak (priced in the mid-$20 range), and Bone-in French Cut Pork Chops with Apple Chutney.

We sampled their lunch Hummus plate, which stands out for its flavor, freshness and variety of vegetables. They also have some other vegetarian options on the menu.

2 Rivers features more than 30 different bottles of wine, with most selections coming from local Oregon and Washington wineries. Sixty percent of their offerings are red wine.

Owner Derik Ford brought 2 Rivers to reality after many months of working out at adjacent Anytime Fitness.

“I walked by every day to see this great vacant space, and decided to do something about it — I’ve always wanted to do this,” said Ford, an entrepreneur, whose wife, Michelle, teaches and coaches volleyball at Camas High School. “Michelle has lived here for five years, and I grew up in the Coos Bay, North Bend area. “We’ve spent time to create a great atmosphere. It’s really needed in Washougal, and we’re already getting repeat customers.”

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Derik Ford owns and operates 2 Rivers.

Underground parking at Washougal Town Square is also a bonus, which makes access really easy — especially with the elevator.

“We’re having a lot of fun, and like I said I’ve always wanted to do this, plus I live here and I’ll be much more involved in this every single day,” said Ford. “I’ve learned business is business. As long as you have good people underneath you’ll be OK.”

Server Christian Chandler said the kitchen staff is “amazing and they prepare quality food. I love their nightly specials, so do our guests.”

2 Rivers Bar and Grill is located at 1700 Main Street, Suite 110, Washougal, WA 98671.

Phone: 360-210-7987

Hours: 11-9 Monday-Thursday; 11-midnight Friday and Saturday; Sundays: 11-6

Find them on Facebook: @2Rivers Bar & Grill

Welcome to your Weekly Food + Dining Guide!

There are many great options from which to choose. This week, we feature the breakfast bagels at Caffe Piccolo, which is located in Downtown Camas. The one featured is a sausage and egg, which goes well with a special drink made by their talented team!

Each day, you can come try a new soup for lunch, along with one of our great espressos, lattes and speciality coffee drinks — featuring Caffe Umbria. For breakfast or brunch, we have delicious breakfast sandwiches and panini’s. Come to relax, unwind, or open your laptop and have a remote office. People love to meet her socially or for casual business meetings. We’d love to see you. 400 Northeast Fourth Avenue, Camas, WA, at the corner of Fourth & Cedar

Hours: Open Monday – Friday 7 am – 5 pm, Saturday 8 am – 4 pm, Sunday 9 am – 3 pm

Phone: 360-834-7044

Visit: www.caffe-piccolo.com

Nuestra Mesa — In Downtown Camas

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The Breakfast Torta at Nuestra Mesa.

Mesa is revamping their Brunch Menu, focusing on traditional Mexican Breakfast, utilizing fresh, local ingredients to create mouth-watering dishes. Featured is their new Brunch Special, The Breakfast Torta. House-made chorizo, sauteed potatoes, arugula, sunny side up egg, crema, served on top of house made torta bread! Brunch is served every Sunday from 10 am – 3 pm.

Located at 228 NE 4th Avenue, in Downtown Camas, Mesa offers gourmet Mexican cuisine. It’s a family friendly location.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sundays, 10 am-3 pm (Brunch only).

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesa.com

Feast @316 — In Downtown Camas

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Octopus at Feast @316.

Come try their Mayor Lemon Octopus! It’s slow roasted with tempura baby book chop, with herb yogurt quinoa.

Located in the heart of historic Downtown Camas, Washington, Feast @316 offers one of the best dining experiences in the Northwest with Fresh Seafood, Certified Angus Beef, Craft Cocktails, and Signature Wines. Located in Downtown Camas at 316 NE Dallas St

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 4-9 pm; Happy Hour, Monday-Friday 3-5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-7498

Visit: www.CamasFeast316.com

 

Grains of Wrath — In Downtown Camas

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Pizza slices are available Wednesdays at Grains of Wrath.

GOW is offering rotating specials with new tacos every Tuesday. Rotating pizza by the slice is available every Wednesday. They also have a fantastic new Fall menu. Come check it out!

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm; Friday-Saturday, 11 am-12 am; Sunday, 11 am-9 pm; Happy hour is 3-6 weekdays. They are located at 230 NE 5th Ave. Camas, WA 98607

Phone: 360-210-5717

Visit: www.gowbeer.com

Hey Jack, — In Downtown Camas

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Hey Jack Special! Location: 401 NE 4th Ave, Camas WA 98607 Reservations Call: (360)954-5053 Email: don@heyjackkitchen.com

The Hammond Kitchen and Craft Bar — In Camas

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Social Hour begins every day at 3 pm — at the bar only.

The Hammond has a new Social Hour, which begins at 3 pm daily — in the bar only. Also, come try their great brunch menu!
New Social Hours: Monday – Friday 3-6 pm 
Saturday and Sunday 3-6
* bar promotion only

Located at 4857 NW Lake Road, #200, Camas, WA 98607.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:00 am-9 pm; Friday, 11:00 am-10 pm; Saturday, 10:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10:30-10 pm; Social Hour, Monday-Friday 3-6 pm, plus Saturday + Sunday, 3-6 pm.

Phone: 360-954-5620

Visit: www.TheHammondKitchenandCraftBar.com

Navidi’s — In Downtown Camas

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Caramel sauces now available at Navidi’s!

They have some fantastic caramel sauces, which come in several flavors. They’re great to jazz up your upcoming holiday feast!

Navidi’s has a long tradition of providing the best olive oils, vinegars, speciality salts and seasonings to make your meals extraordinary. Visit us today to sample our fabulous oils and vinegars, which also make great gifts. 322 NE Cedar Street, Camas, WA 98607

Hours: Monday thru Saturday 11 am – 6 pm and Sunday noon – 5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-5921

Visit: www.navidioiols.net

Tommy O’s — In Downtown Vancouver

Enjoy our great restaurant in Downtown Vancouver!

Happy Hour and Weekend Brunch destinations in Vancouver, they also offer a full Sushi menu with creative and delicious options. For lunch and dinner, choose from selections like Macadamia Crusted Halibut, Kona Coffee Rubbed Flat Iron Steak, or Island style cuisine like Teriyaki Chicken, Kalbi Ribs, and Coconut Shrimp. We also offer many gluten-free and vegetarian options. Located at 801 Washington St Vancouver, WA.

Hours: Brunch, Saturday-Sunday, 9 am-noon; Lunch, Daily 11 am-4 pm; Dinner, Daily 4-9 pm; Aloha Hour, 3-6 pm

Lounge Hours: Monday-Thursday, 3 pm-6 pm; Friday-Saturday, 3 pm-11 pm; Sundays

Phone: 360-694-5107

Visit: www.tommyosaloha.com

Welcome to our Weekly Food + Dining Guide! Grains of Wrath is introducing a new Fall menu, with some great lunch items and entrees. Here’s just a sampling of their new Fall seasonal offerings:

  • Manilla Clams (featured image): Pacific NW clams, GOW beer, garlic, parsley. Served with toasted baguette.
  • Marrow Poutine: Half bone marrow, fries, Face Rock cheese curds.
  • Nachos: House tortilla chips, red salsa, aji sauce, cotija, cilantro and onion.
  • Fried Chicken Sando: It’s back with a few tweaks. Brioche bun, breast, Tillamook smoked cheddar, pickles, crystal aioli, lettuce.
  • Impossible Burger (vegan): A special vegan patty, lettuce, tomato jam, red onion, pickles.
  • Muffaletta: Demi baquette, salami, mortadella, provolone picante, Mama Lil’s & Castelvetrano olive-pepper relish
  • Crispy Brussel Sprouts: scallions, cilantro, peanuts, mint, Thai dressing.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm; Friday-Saturday, 11 am-12 am; Sunday, 11 am-9 pm; Happy hour is 3-6 weekdays. They are located at 230 NE 5th Ave. Camas, WA 98607

Phone: 360-210-5717

Visit: www.gowbeer.com

FEAST @316 —Downtown Camas

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Charcuterie Board.

Located in the heart of historic Downtown Camas, Washington, Feast @316 offers one of the best dining experiences in the Northwest with Fresh Seafood, Certified Angus Beef, Craft Cocktails, and Signature Wines. Located in Downtown Camas at 316 NE Dallas St

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 4-9 pm; Happy Hour, Monday-Friday 3-5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-7498

Visit: www.CamasFeast316.com

 

CAFFE PICCOLO — Downtown Camas

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Golden Milk Latte.

Come try the Golden Milk Latte at Caffe Piccolo! It’s made with hemp milk. This creaming beverage has turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, and black pepper! Each day, you can come try a new soup for lunch, along with one of our great espressos, lattes and speciality coffee drinks — featuring Caffe Umbria. For breakfast or brunch, we have delicious breakfast sandwiches and panini’s. Come to relax, unwind, or open your laptop and have a remote office. People love to meet her socially or for casual business meetings. We’d love to see you. 400 Northeast Fourth Avenue, Camas, WA, at the corner of Fourth & Cedar

Hours: Open Monday – Friday 7 am – 5 pm, Saturday 8 am – 4 pm, Sunday 9 am – 3 pm

Phone: 360-834-7044

Visit: www.caffe-piccolo.com

NUESTRA MESA — Downtown Camas

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A great place to relax.

Join us for Live Acoustic Music, delicious cocktails, and Mexican fare, every Wednesday night from 6:30-8:30pm!

Located at 228 NE 4th Avenue, in Downtown Camas, Mesa offers gourmet Mexican cuisine. It’s a family friendly location.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sundays, 10 am-3 pm (Brunch only).

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesa.com

NAVIDI’S OLIVE OIL & VINEGARS — Downtown Camas

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Blood Orange Olive Oil and Cranberry Pear Balsamic Vinegar.

Navidi’s has a long tradition of providing the best olive oils, vinegars, speciality salts and seasonings to make your meals extraordinary. Visit us today to sample our fabulous oils and vinegars, which also make great gifts. 322 NE Cedar Street, Camas, WA 98607

Hours: Monday thru Saturday 11 am – 6 pm and Sunday noon – 5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-5921

Visit: www.navidioiols.net

HANA KOREAN — Downtown Camas

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Bi Bim Bop.

For those who know and appreciate Korean food, Hana is the real deal. Hana offers Korean, teriyaki, noodles, combinations, and sides at reasonable prices. A customer favorite is the Bi Bim Bop (featured above), as well as the Bul-Go-Gi, which is thinly sliced marinated beef, stir-fried vegetables, and steamed rice. Portion sizes are generous. Located in the heart of Downtown Camas at 412 NE 4th Ave.

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11 am-8:30 pm

Phone: 360-833-9111

 

THE HAMMOND KITCHEN & CRAFT BAR — Downtown Camas

Schedule your private holiday event at The Hammond Kitchen and Craft Bar today! It’s a great location to celebrate and spend time with your business colleagues, friend, and family members. Call today for pricing and availability.

Located at 4857 NW Lake Road, #200, Camas, WA 98607.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:00 am-9 pm; Friday, 11:00 am-10 pm; Saturday, 10:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10:30-10 pm; Social Hour, Monday-Friday 4-6 pm, plus Saturday + Sunday, 3-6 pm.

Phone: 360-954-5620

Visit: www.TheHammondKitchenandCraftBar.com

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Private Dining Room at The Hammond.

 

TOMMY O’s — in Downtown Vancouver

Enjoy our great restaurant in Downtown Vancouver!

One of the best Happy Hour and Weekend Brunch destinations in Vancouver, they also offer a full Sushi menu with creative and delicious options. For lunch and dinner, choose from selections like Macadamia Crusted Halibut, Kona Coffee Rubbed Flat Iron Steak, or Island style cuisine like Teriyaki Chicken, Kalbi Ribs, and Coconut Shrimp. We also offer many gluten-free and vegetarian options. Located at 801 Washington St Vancouver, WA.

Hours: Brunch, Saturday-Sunday, 9 am-noon; Lunch, Daily 11 am-4 pm; Dinner, Daily 4-9 pm; Aloha Hour, 3-6 pm

Lounge Hours: Monday-Thursday, 3 pm-6 pm; Friday-Saturday, 3 pm-11 pm; Sundays

Phone: 360-694-5107

Visit: www.tommyosaloha.com

 

HEY JACK, — Downtown Camas

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A great events location!

Events! We host them! Hey Jack is now available for your private party, holiday bash, wedding shower, or Corporate function. There’s never a room fee, we can tailor-make your menu to meet just about any budget, and we can comfortably fit up to 30 people for seated dinner, or 45 people for a stand-up mixer. Special discounts given to Monday or Tuesday events. Email: don@heyjackkitchen.com for more information or to reserve your date.

Speaking of events, we’re planning on a 5-course wine dinner featuring the wines of France, Italy, and Spain. We’re working on a special menu devoted to food and wine pairing and he exploration of Old World Wines for any level of wine knowledge. All we ask is you have fun and bring an appetite. Stay tuned to Facebook and Instagram for more information.

Location: 401 NE 4th Ave, Camas WA 98607
Reservations Call: (306)954-5053

Families are always looking for easy, healthy recipes, and you can’t go wrong with Navidi’s Wild Mushroom Risotto.

Ingredients

  • 8 cups canned low-salt chicken broth
  • 1/2 ounce dried porcini mushrooms
  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter
  • 2 tablespoons Navidi’s Wild Mushroom and Sage Olive Oil
  • 2 cups finely chopped onions
  • 10 ounces white mushrooms, finely chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 1/2 cups Arborio rice or short-grain white rice
  • 2/3 cup dry white wine
  • 3/4 cup frozen peas, thawed
  • 2/3 cup grated Parmesan
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper, optional
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Mushroom risotto with parsley  – a healthy vegetarian food.

Directions

Bring the broth to a simmer in a heavy medium saucepan. Add the porcini mushrooms. Set aside until the mushrooms are tender, about 5 minutes. Keep the broth warm over very low heat. Melt the butter in a heavy large saucepan over medium heat. Add olive oil. Add the onions and sauté until tender, about 8 minutes. Add the white mushrooms and garlic. Using a slotted spoon, transfer the porcini mushrooms to a cutting board.

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Finely chop the mushrooms and add to the saucepan. Sauté until the mushrooms are tender and the juices evaporate, about five minutes. Stir in the rice and let it toast for a few minutes. Add the wine; cook until the liquid is absorbed, stirring often, about two minutes. Add 1 cup of hot broth; simmer over medium-low heat until the liquid is absorbed, stirring often, about three minutes. Continue to cook until the rice is just tender and the mixture is creamy, adding more broth by capfuls and stirring often, about 28 minutes (the rice will absorb 6-8 cups of broth). Stir in the peas. Mix in the Parmesan. Season with salt and pepper, to taste. Finish with a drizzle of Navidi’s Wild Mushroom and Sage olive oil.

Navidi’s is located in Downtown Camas.

Hours: Monday thru Saturday 11 am – 6 pm and Sunday noon – 5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-5921

Visit: www.navidioiols.net

Welcome to our Weekly Food + Dining Guide! This week, we feature the BRUNCH options at The Hammond Kitchen and Craft Bar.

Come experience their Traditional Benedict, Crab Cake Benedict, House Smoked King Salmon Omelet with Hollandaise, Healthy Breakfast Bowl, the Forrest Mushroom and Gouda Omelet, their Classic Breakfast, and more!

The Hammond also a good mix of pasta, chicken, fresh seafood offerings. Steaks are choice prime beef. Burgers are a brisket and chuck blend. They also serve delicious brick oven pizzas.

Located at 4857 NW Lake Road, #200, Camas, WA 98607.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:00 am-9 pm; Friday, 11:00 am-10 pm; Saturday, 10:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10:30-10 pm; Social Hour, Monday-Friday 4-6 pm, plus Saturday + Sunday, 3-6 pm.

Phone: 360-954-5620

Visit: www.TheHammondKitchenandCraftBar.com

CAFFE PICCOLO — Downtown Camas

Dining

Apple Cinnamon Bun Frappe (blended) or Latte.

This week, we’re offering a new Apple Cinnamon Bun Frappe (blended) or Latte. Each day, you can come try a new soup for lunch, along with one of our great espressos, lattes and speciality coffee drinks — featuring Caffe Umbria. For breakfast or brunch, we have delicious breakfast sandwiches and panini’s. Come to relax, unwind, or open your laptop and have a remote office. People love to meet her socially or for casual business meetings. We’d love to see you. 400 Northeast Fourth Avenue, Camas, WA, at the corner of Fourth & Cedar

Hours: Open Monday – Friday 7 am – 5 pm, Saturday 8 am – 4 pm, Sunday 9 am – 3 pm

Phone: 360-834-7044

Visit: www.caffe-piccolo.com

 

HEY JACK, — Downtown Camas

Events! – We host them!

Hey Jack is now available for your private party, holiday bash, wedding shower, or Corporate function. There’s never a room fee, we can tailor-make your menu to meet just about any budget, and we can comfortably fit up to 30 people for seated dinner, or 45 people for a stand-up mixer. Special discounts given to Monday or Tuesday events. Email: don@heyjackkitchen.com for more information or to reserve your date.

Speaking of events, we’re planning on a 5-course wine dinner featuring the wines of France, Italy, and Spain. We’re working on a special menu devoted to food and wine pairing and he exploration of Old World Wines for any level of wine knowledge. All we ask is you have fun and bring an appetite. Stay tuned to Facebook and Instagram for more information.

Hey Jack, 401 NE 4th Ave, Camas WA 98607
Reservations Call: (306)954-5053
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Hey Jack interior.

HANA KOREAN — Downtown Camas

Dining

Bi Bim Bop.

For those who know and appreciate Korean food, Hana is the real deal. Hana offers Korean, teriyaki, noodles, combinations, and sides at reasonable prices. A customer favorite is the Bi Bim Bop (featured above), as well as the Bul-Go-Gi, which is thinly sliced marinated beef, stir-fried vegetables, and steamed rice. Portion sizes are generous.

Located in the heart of Downtown Camas at 412 NE 4th Ave.

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11 am-8:30 pm

Phone: 360-833-9111

 

 

NAVIDI’S OLIVE OIL & VINEGARS — Downtown Camas

Dining

Come try all the new olive oils and vinegars.

Navidi’s has a long tradition of providing the best olive oils, vinegars, speciality salts and seasonings to make your meals extraordinary. Visit us today to sample our fabulous oils and vinegars, which also make great gifts. 322 NE Cedar Street, Camas, WA 98607

Hours: Monday thru Saturday 11 am – 6 pm and Sunday noon – 5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-5921

Visit: www.navidioiols.net

NUESTRA MESA — Downtown Camas

Dining

Try one of Nuestra Mesa’s classic breakfasts.

Mesa serves Brunch EVERY Sunday from 10am-3pm! Join us for our take on classic breakfast Mexican dishes such as the Huevos Rancheros, Chilequilas,and Breakfast Burrito.

Located at 228 NE 4th Avenue, in Downtown Camas, Mesa offers gourmet Mexican cuisine. It’s a family friendly location.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sundays, 10 am-3 pm (Brunch only).

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesa.com

FEAST @316 —Downtown Camas

Dining

Fettuccine Bolognese.

Located in the heart of historic Downtown Camas, Washington, Feast @316 offers one of the best dining experiences in the Northwest with Fresh Seafood, Certified Angus Beef, Craft Cocktails, and Signature Wines. Located in Downtown Camas at 316 NE Dallas St.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 4-9 pm; Happy Hour, Monday-Friday 3-5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-7498

Visit: www.CamasFeast316.com

GRAINS OF WRATH — Downtown Camas

Dining

Great food at Grains of Wrath!

GOW has nine beers on tap, and will offer these staple beers year-round:

  • Lulu: A tart peach golden ale
  • Lugar: German style Pilsner, floral black tea, crackery malt, hay, crisp finish
  • Papermaker Pale: Light, biscuit malt, grapefruit, pineapple, balanced bitterness
  • EGA IPD: Melon, pine, soft tropical fruit, papaya
  • Overkill PA: Stonefruit, diesel, passion fruit, citrus, piney, dank

They also offer a great brisket and chuck patty burger with cheddar, iceberg lettuce, aioi and zucchini pickles on a sesame brioche bun. Fabby recommends the Carnitas Torta with black bean puree, cotija cheese, cascabel chile aioli, and pickled carrots. The roasted bone marrow with onion jam served on grilled flatbread is also on the top of the list.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm; Friday-Saturday, 11 am-12 am; Sunday, 11 am-9 pm; Happy hour is 3-6 weekdays. They are located at 230 NE 5th Ave. Camas, WA 98607

Phone: 360-210-5717

Visit: www.gowbeer.com

TOMMY O’s — Downtown Vancouver

Enjoy our great restaurant in Downtown Vancouver!

One of the best Happy Hour and Weekend Brunch destinations in Vancouver, they also offer a full Sushi menu with creative and delicious options. For lunch and dinner, choose from selections like Macadamia Crusted Halibut, Kona Coffee Rubbed Flat Iron Steak, or Island style cuisine like Teriyaki Chicken, Kalbi Ribs, and Coconut Shrimp. We also offer many gluten-free and vegetarian options. Located at 801 Washington St Vancouver, WA.

Hours: Brunch, Saturday-Sunday, 9 am-noon; Lunch, Daily 11 am-4 pm; Dinner, Daily 4-9 pm; Aloha Hour, 3-6 pm

Lounge Hours: Monday-Thursday, 3 pm-6 pm; Friday-Saturday, 3 pm-11 pm; Sundays

Phone: 360-694-5107

Visit: www.tommyosaloha.com

Welcome to our Weekly Food + Dining Guide! This week, Hey Jack, announced they are now offering breakfast and lunch.

Hey Jack,

Fall is here and Hey Jack is inspired by the changes in the leaves, the weather, and the harvest moon. If you haven’t heard, they’ve changed the days they are open to Wednesday thru Sunday.

Now serving breakfast and lunch everyday Hey Jack is open from 10 am until 2 pm. They also changed Happy Hour to include food and the hours are now 2 pm until 5 pm – $5.00 sliders, $5.00 wine, and $5.00 beers.

And finally, dinner has changed a little too! They’re offering more side dishes, they’ve got a new wine menu, and they will soon feature new desserts with a fall harvest theme.

Do you have a wedding shower, corporate event, wine dinner or special occasion? Hey Jack is happy to open their doors to you any Monday or Tuesday, day or night to host your event. Call anytime and ask for Don, he’s happy to help you with your upcoming special occasion.

Hours: Lunch, 10-2 Wednesday-Sunday; Dinner Wednesday-Saturday, 5-9 pm; Sunday brunch, 10 am-2 pm.

Phone: 360-954-5053

Visit: www.heyjackkitchen.com

 

The Hammond Kitchen & Craft Bar — Camas

Dining

Crab Cake Benedict!

 

BRUNCH is on! Come experience their Traditional Benedict, Crab Cake Benedict, House Smoked King Salmon Omelet with Hollandaise, Healthy Breakfast Bowl, the Forrest Mushroom and Gouda Omelet, their Classic Breakfast, and more!

The Hammond also a good mix of pasta, chicken, fresh seafood offerings. Steaks are choice prime beef. Burgers are a brisket and chuck blend. They also serve delicious brick oven pizzas.

Located at 4857 NW Lake Road, #200, Camas, WA 98607.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:00 am-9 pm; Friday, 11:00 am-10 pm; Saturday, 10:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10:30-10 pm; Social Hour, Monday-Friday 4-6 pm, plus Saturday + Sunday, 3-6 pm.

Phone: 360-954-5620

Visit www.TheHammondKitchenandCraftBar.com

Nuestra Mesa

Dining

Pina Colada!

 

 

Introducing our featured cocktail of the week; ‘if you like pina colada’s’. Coconut water liqueur, coconut cream, fresh pineapple juice, shaken and served in a coupe glass and garnished with a pineapple leaf.

Located at 228 NE 4th Avenue, in Downtown Camas, Mesa offers gourmet Mexican cuisine. It’s a family friendly location.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sundays, 10 am-3 pm (Brunch only).

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit www.NuestraMesa.com

 

Feast @316 Steakhouse — Downtown Camas

Dining

A great steak!

Located in the heart of historic Downtown Camas, Washington, Feast @316 offers one of the best dining experiences in the Northwest with Fresh Seafood, Certified Angus Beef, Craft Cocktails, and Signature Wines. Located in Downtown Camas at 316 NE Dallas St.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 4-9 pm; Happy Hour, Monday-Friday 3-5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-7498

Visit: www.CamasFeast316.com

 

Caffe Piccolo — Coffee Shop/Restaurant — Downtown Camas

Dining

Soup is on!

Soup’s on this week as we officially enter the Fall season. Each day, you can come try a new soup for lunch, along with one of our great espressos, lattes and speciality coffee drinks — featuring Caffe Umbria. For breakfast or brunch, we have delicious breakfast sandwiches and panini’s. Come to relax, unwind, or open your laptop and have a remote office. People love to meet her socially or for casual business meetings. We’d love to see you. 400 Northeast Fourth Avenue, Camas, WA, at the corner of Fourth & Cedar

Hours: Open Monday – Friday 7 am – 5 pm, Saturday 8 am – 4 pm, Sunday 9 am – 3 pm

Phone: 360-834-7044

Visit: www.caffe-piccolo.com

 

Navidi’s Olive Oil & Vinegars — Downtown Camas

Dining

Mushroom and Sage Olive Oil

Navidi’s has a long tradition of providing the best olive oils, vinegars, speciality salts and seasonings to make your meals extraordinary. This week we are featuring our mushroom & sage olive oil, which goes well with our pear white balsamic vinegar. Visit us today to sample our fabulous oils and vinegars, which also make great gifts. 322 NE Cedar Street, Camas, WA 98607

Hours: Monday thru Saturday 11 am – 6 pm and Sunday noon – 5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-5921

Visit: www.navidioiols.net

 

Grains of Wrath — Downtown Camas

Grains

A great menu, too!

GOW has nine beers on tap, and will offer these staple beers year-round:

  • Lulu: A tart peach golden ale
  • Lugar: German style Pilsner, floral black tea, crackery malt, hay, crisp finish
  • Papermaker Pale: Light, biscuit malt, grapefruit, pineapple, balanced bitterness
  • EGA IPD: Melon, pine, soft tropical fruit, papaya
  • Overkill PA: Stonefruit, diesel, passion fruit, citrus, piney, dank

They also offer a great brisket and chuck patty burger with cheddar, iceberg lettuce, aioi and zucchini pickles on a sesame brioche bun. Fabby recommends the Carnitas Torta with black bean puree, cotija cheese, cascabel chile aioli, and pickled carrots. The roasted bone marrow with onion jam served on grilled flatbread is also on the top of the list.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm; Friday-Saturday, 11 am-12 am; Sunday, 11 am-9 pm; Happy hour is 3-6 weekdays. They are located at 230 NE 5th Ave. Camas, WA 98607

Phone: 360-210-5717

Visit www.gowbeer.com

 

Tommy O’s — Downtown Vancouver

Dining

A great Happy Hour!

One of the best Happy Hour and Weekend Brunch destinations in Vancouver, they also offer a full Sushi menu with creative and delicious options. For lunch and dinner, choose from selections like Macadamia Crusted Halibut, Kona Coffee Rubbed Flat Iron Steak, or Island style cuisine like Teriyaki Chicken, Kalbi Ribs, and Coconut Shrimp. We also offer many gluten-free and vegetarian options. Located at 801 Washington St Vancouver, WA.

Hours: Brunch, Saturday-Sunday, 9 am-noon; Lunch, Daily 11 am-4 pm; Dinner, Daily 4-9 pm; Aloha Hour, 3-6 pm

Lounge Hours: Monday-Thursday, 3 pm-6 pm; Friday-Saturday, 3 pm-11 pm; Sundays

Phone: 360-694-5107

Visit www.tommyosaloha.com

Hana Korean — Downtown Camas

Dining

Bi Bim Bop!

For those who know and appreciate Korean food, Hana is the real deal. Hana offers Korean, teriyaki, noodles, combinations, and sides at reasonable prices. A customer favorite is the Bi Bim Bop (featured above), as well as the Bul-Go-Gi, which is thinly sliced marinated beef, stir-fried vegetables, and steamed rice. Portion sizes are generous.

Located in the heart of Downtown Camas at 412 NE 4th Ave.

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11 am-8:30 pm

Phone: 360-833-9111

 

 

 

Welcome to our Inaugural Weekly Food + Dining Guide! The guide keeps our readers up to date on the local food and dining scene, and will grow and change every week.

This week, our Cover Story is Nuestra Mesa — did you know that every Tuesday they offer $3 tacos all day? Located at 228 NE 4th Avenue, in Downtown Camas, Mesa offers gourmet Mexican cuisine. It’s a family friendly location.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sundays, 10 am-3 pm (Brunch only).

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit www.NuestraMesa.com

FEAST @316 — Downtown Camas

Dining

Haddock & Chips — Feast@316.

Located in the heart of historic Downtown Camas, Washington, Feast @316 offers one of the best dining experiences in the Northwest with Fresh Seafood, Certified Angus Beef, Craft Cocktails, and Signature Wines. Located in Downtown Camas at 316 NE Dallas St.

Featured is their Haddock & Chips. They have some exciting menu changes each week, and they are launching a fun Burger contest very soon.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 4-9 pm; Happy Hour, Monday-Friday 3-5 pm.

Phone: 360-210-7498

Visit www.CamasFeast316.com

HEY JACK, — Downtown Camas

Jack

It’s Fall equinox, so treat yourself to a prime rib night and come enjoy our lunches.

Coming soon to our lunch menu:

Skillet Eggs and Hash: Daltons’ hearty home fries served with your choice of smoked prime rib, carved ham, or Florentine along with two baked eggs in a cast iron skillet.

Dutch Baby: Cast iron hearth baked pancake dusted with sugar and served with crispy bacon and maple syrup, or top that baby with fresh fruit.

Kyle’s Classic Breakfast: 2 eggs served any way you like em’ along with dalton’s home fries and crispy bacon.

Hey Jack is located in the heart of Downtown Camas at 401 NE 4th Avenue.

Hours: Lunch, 10-2 Wednesday-Sunday; Dinner Wednesday-Saturday, 5-9 pm; Sunday brunch, 10 am-2 pm.

Phone: 360-954-5053

Visit www.heyjackitchen.com

THE HAMMOND KITCHEN AND CRAFT BAR — Camas

Hammond

The Hammond has a good mix of pasta, chicken, fresh seafood offerings. Steaks are choice prime beef. Burgers are a brisket and chuck blend. They also serve delicious brick oven pizzas. And source local, sustainable when possible.

They serve Oregon country beef, and a local farmer in Washougal is coming online for Spring.

The menu has several healthy items like fresh fish that is prepared simply, and doesn’t use a lot of creams. The Quinoa cake is a great-tasting three-blend veggie item that can be made vegan. Located at 4857 NW Lake Road, #200, Camas, WA 98607.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:00 am-9 pm; Friday, 11:00 am-10 pm; Saturday, 10:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10:30-10 pm; Social Hour, Monday-Friday 4-6 pm, plus Saturday + Sunday, 3-6 pm.

Phone: 360-954-5620

Visit www.TheHammondKitchenandCraftBar.com

GRAINS OF WRATH — Downtown Camas

Grains

GOW has nine beers on tap, and will offer these staple beers year-round:

  • Lulu: A tart peach golden ale
  • Lugar: German style Pilsner, floral black tea, crackery malt, hay, crisp finish
  • Papermaker Pale: Light, biscuit malt, grapefruit, pineapple, balanced bitterness
  • EGA IPD: Melon, pine, soft tropical fruit, papaya
  • Overkill PA: Stonefruit, diesel, passion fruit, citrus, piney, dank

They also offer a great brisket and chuck patty burger with cheddar, iceberg lettuce, aioi and zucchini pickles on a sesame brioche bun. Fabby recommends the Carnitas Torta with black bean puree, cotija cheese, cascabel chile aioli, and pickled carrots. The roasted bone marrow with onion jam served on grilled flatbread is also on the top of the list.

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm; Friday-Saturday, 11 am-12 am; Sunday, 11 am-9 pm; Happy hour is 3-6 weekdays. They are located at 230 NE 5th Ave. Camas, WA 98607

Phone: 360-210-5717

Visit www.gowbeer.com

 

TOMMY O’s — Downtown Vancouver

Dining

One of the best Happy Hour and Weekend Brunch destinations in Vancouver, they also offer a full Sushi menu with creative and delicious options. For lunch and dinner, choose from selections like Macadamia Crusted Halibut, Kona Coffee Rubbed Flat Iron Steak, or Island style cuisine like Teriyaki Chicken, Kalbi Ribs, and Coconut Shrimp. We also offer many gluten-free and vegetarian options. Located at 801 Washington St Vancouver, WA.

Hours: Brunch, Saturday-Sunday, 9 am-noon; Lunch, Daily 11 am-4 pm; Dinner, Daily 4-9 pm; Aloha Hour, 3-6 pm

Lounge Hours: Monday-Thursday, 3 pm-6 pm; Friday-Saturday, 3 pm-11 pm; Sundays

Phone: 360-694-5107

Visit www.tommyosaloha.com

HANA KOREAN — Downtown Camas

For those who know and appreciate Korean food, Hana is the real deal. Hana offers Korean, teriyaki, noodles, combinations, and sides at reasonable prices. A customer favorite is the Bim Bim Bop (featured above), as well as the Bul-Go-Gi, which is thinly sliced marinated beef, stir-fried vegetables, and steamed rice. Portion sizes are generous.

Located in the heart of Downtown Camas at 412 NE 4th Ave.

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11 am-8:30 pm

Phone: 360-833-9111

Another dozen restaurants will be appearing next week!

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Hey Jack,

That’s the name of the Downtown Camas restaurant that’s changing the dining scene in Mill Town. It’s a restaurant, but it’s more than that — it’s an experience that’s a sensation of flavors that will that satisfy foodies, and those who simply want a good meal. It’s also an escape for patrons, who come from near and far to taste what Michelin Chef Peter Rudolph and his talented team are offering.

Hey Jack,

You opened in May, but what’s with the name?

“It’s a greeting,” said Rudolph, who partnered with Don Riedthaler to open this new endeavor. “It’s a starting of a conversation that we hope to be an inviting term. In a broader sense, ‘We’re all Jack.’ It’s part of endearing ourselves to a local community and becoming a dining destination. A place to sit on the patio outside for Sunday brunch. It’s something that when we settled on the name, we knew we had settled on the right name. It was something that embodied those qualities that we wanted to have in our establishment.”

“We answer the phone ‘Hey Jack!’ which you have to say with a warm intonation. It’s a wonderful way to start a conversation. When I say it I feel like I’m conveying the entirety of our concept to someone. I guess it’s very personal. We put so much personal time into the creation and design of the space. The comma was a big point for us. The comma means it’s the start of a conversation. It showed that were are able to reach out and welcome people.”

Hey Jack,

What are you about?

It’s a neighborhood restaurant with a comfortable atmosphere with wonderful cuisine and wines that celebrate the local community. Using mostly products sourced from local farmers, Randolph and Riedthaler have created a place that’s not too fancy, but it’s also not a brew pub.

“We source a lot of product from local farmers,” said Rudolph. “We source products as locally as possible, and the same thing with the beer and wine list. We have fun with the food and the cuisine, and try to express a unique, individual view of the local products.”

Rudolph is enjoying the Pacific Northwest scene.

“I’m starting to get a grasp on the seasons,” he said. “It’s really different here. We are creating relationships. Becoming part of the community takes time. As a chef and restaurateur these things are evident to our guests. I’ve learned a lot about how I can work with the local seasons and farmers and bringing that product to our menu. I continue to develop relationships with them, and how to get the best of their product here. To see the produce I think is the best.”

Jack

Grilled salmon.

Patrons agree.

“I took my dad here for his birthday,” said Ruth Radford, of Portland. “We had a wonderful time, and everything we ordered was absolutely delicious. We will definitely be back. I recommend Hey Jack to everyone.”

For his part, Rudolph said he enjoys becoming part of the Camas community.

“It’s such a wonderful place,” said Rudolph. “It’s so diverse. I’m getting more product from local farmers: Spring Hill Farms, Wild Roots, Millennium Farms, Quackenbush Farms — as I’ve started to get this produce — and as a chef you get inspired by that produce. Then I start to think about how that produce will make it to the menu.”

He continues.

“On the menu, we have salmon wrapped in a fig leaf and roasted in the hearth. The fig leaf gives an amazing aroma. We put that with carrots and summer squash that come from the same farm. I was inspired by the fig leaf and created a fig sauce to go with it, and combined it with vegetables. That’s a really good example of working with the farmers and is a good expression of the food at Hey Jack. Reister Farms is amazing and they provide us lamb, and it’s a wonderful product. We’re putting the tenderloin and making a fresh sausage with tepary beans.”

These are good examples of local product and getting experiences and flavors that create a unique offering.

Jack

Chef Peter Rudolph.

The History

Rudolph and Riedthaler worked together professionally for three years in the Bay Area. In Menlo Park, Randolph was an Executive Chef at Rosewood Sandhill Hotel and Madera Restaurant, and Riedthaler was an equipment sales specialist that serviced the hotel.

“We tried to do some other projects together,” said Rudolph. “In 2017, we both left the Bay Area in pursuit of other things, and we ended up meeting a year later in Camas.”

Travels

Rudolph’s family moved into a van and traveled around the country for a year, exploring the food scene all across the country.

He said that barbecue changes so diversely across the country, and that it doesn’t change like the time zones, but rather it changes gradually.

“We ate quite a bit of BBQ and you see little changes in the sauce or the spice, and the cuts of meat that an area focuses on,” Rudolph said. “As we moved from area to area, and in the rural areas you started to see the changes. Then, you get to Dallas, or KC, and they have strong identities.”

Produce and Farmer’s Markets

“They play a big role in our lives, and always have. These farmer’s markets that celebrate their local produce are great. You see that produce and how it’s used by the local community. There are so many strong areas that I didn’t know about. Pickling, curing or sauces or jams or jellies are just used with so many products. Totally different depending on where you go. It’s eye opening and refreshing to see that. Those are two big things that we saw in our travels.”

Hey Jack, Why Camas?

“I came to visit some friends, including Don, who lived in the area, and we ended up becoming interested in this space and doing something together and fell in love with the downtown Camas area. Out of that energy and this opportunity with this space this project was born.”

The partners took possession February 5, and opened up on May 1.

“I really enjoy the nature of the people here,” said Rudolph. “Everyone is very authentic. There’s a broad cross-section of life. I enjoy the small town feel.”

Hey Jack now has a working OpenTable for reservations, as well as posted menus on the website — www.heyjackkitchen.com

The restaurant is open from 5 to 9 pm Tuesdays through Saturdays, with a Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It’s really delicious with wonderful cheeses, and different flights of wine from their list, along with special wines.

They’re located in Downtown Camas, on 4th Avenue in the Camas Hotel building.

Abbey Road Farm Open House September 29th & 30th in Willamette Valley Wine Country

Weekend Festivities Include Music, Artisan Fair, Food Trucks, Wine Tastings, and Cornhole Tournament

September 4, 2018 – Carlton, OR – Abbey Road Farm, newly-revitalized in the heart of Oregon wine country, will hold its first open house “Silobration” at the end of September. Named for the refurbished grain silos that house the bed-and-breakfast lodging, the Silobration is intended to re-introduce the community to the farm, thank supportive vendors and friends, and celebrate the beginning of the grape harvest. Entry to the weekend-long event is free and open to all ages, taking place from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday, September 29th and Sunday, September 30th.

Local restaurateurs Sandi and Daniel Wilkens, owners of Quaintrelle in Portland and Hanko’s Sports Bar & Grill in Lake Oswego, purchased the property in October 2017 and immediately began improvements to the 82-acre farm to turn it into an all-encompassing agritourism destination. Today, Abbey Road Farm boasts one of the most unique lodging opportunities in the area, offering five silo guest suites, and a three-bedroom guest ranch house. The property’s vegetable garden and chicken coop provide fresh ingredients for gourmet breakfasts. Sweeping lawns provide breathtaking views and a gathering space for up to 200 people. Abbey Road Farm’s permanent residents are available to greet guests: mini donkeys, chickens, mini goats, ducks, llamas and alpacas. The facility offers a variety of lawn games including horse shoes, cornhole, croquet and giant Jenga. With close proximity to some of Willamette Valley’s premier wineries, hiking and biking trails, horseback riding, Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey, and Agrivino Fine Dining Event Center, there is no shortage of activities, wining and dining.

The Silobration will include a mix of food, beverages and fun for all ages with 28 artisan vendors and four wine tasting stations featuring wines from Marshall Davis Wines, Suzor Wines, and Abbey Road Wines.

Abbey

An amazing entrance.

Saturday, September 29
Artisan Fair, Food Trucks, Wine Tasting: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Cornhole Tournament: 11:00 a.m.    

Classes:

Letters & Dust Chalkboard Lettering Class, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Alice’s Table Flower Arranging, 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Ukalaliens Workshop, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Music:

The Old Yellers, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Kenneth West Music, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The Big North Duo, 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, September 30
Artisan Fair, Food Trucks, Wine Tasting: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Classes:

Olivia Grace Paper Sign Painting Class, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Sprinkles of Joy Cookie Decorating, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Music:

Jeff Ward, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Wanderlodge, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Mood Swings, 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

All food and beverage will be available for purchase.  To register and purchase classes, or enter the cornhole tournament, sign up at http://abbeyroadfarm.com/silo-brationnw.html.

About Abbey Road Farm

Located at 10501 NE Abbey Road in Carlton, OR, Abbey Road Farm is a destination in the heart of the Willamette Valley wine country offering lodging, gathering spaces, Agrivino restaurant and a working farm. To reserve a stay or for more information, please visit www.abbeyroadfarm.com or call (503) 852-6278.