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Natalia’s Cafe is the corner cafe that serves American comfort food for breakfast and lunch in the heart of historic Downtown Camas. Looking for a traditional pancake breakfast with eggs, bacon and sausage? Craving French toast, waffles, or crepes? Want your bacon fix? Or a large, fill-your-tummy club sandwich? Then Natalia’s Cafe is the place!

One of their signature dishes is the Corned Beef Hash, which is prepared in-house, with lots of love, atop hash browns and served with gravy and eggs. Natalia’s has long been an anchor in Downtown Camas since the early 2000s, and it’s a place where people gather, dine, and enjoy each other’s company.

Opening at 7 am daily, it’s a place where travelers come from afar to enjoy a good, hearty American meal with happy staff who keep it real!

Location: 437 NE 4th Avenue, Camas, WA 98607

Phone: 360-844-5968

Navidi’s Oils & Vinegars — Downtown Camas

Dining
Southwestern Quinoa Bowl (gluten-free).

Featured this week is the Southwestern Quinoa Bowl (Gluten-Free): Red Quinoa, Roast Chicken Pieces, Black Beans, Corn, Tomato, Bell Pepper, Avocado, Navidi’s Californian Manzanillo Olive Oil, Fresh Lime Juice, Cilantro, Scallions, Garlic, Navidi’s Chipotle Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Cumin, Powdered Chipotle Pepper, and Powdered Cayenne Pepper (Chef Ana).

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

Grains of Wrath — Downtown Camas

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Irish Curse – this is our 4.2% ABV Irish Dry Stout on nitro right now. Sláinte!

Featured now is Irish Curse – this is their 4.2% ABV Irish Dry Stout on nitro right now. Sláinte!

It’s hard to believe, but Grains of Wrath just turned ONE last week, and they celebrated with a new release of a Triple IPA called “Spoils of War.” They also just launched their new Mug Club. Go check it out!

“We’re also releasing our first wild beer, which is a sour beer, using a wild yeast,” said co-owner Mike Hunsaker. It’s a barrel-aged Belgian style quad, aged in a Pinot Noir barrel with Cape Blanco cranberries. We also have an Imperial Stout aged in rum barrels, and we’re releasing a new shirt.”

In the 12 months since their launch, Grains has released 50 beers, won some distinguished awards, and is increasing their own brand distribution.

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

Nuestra Mesa — Downtown Camas

Dining
Nuestra Mesa’s salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon.

The Nuestra Mesa salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon. Ora King Salmon is sustainably raised in New Zealand in the purest waters of the world, utilizing the Salmons natural habits, the Salmon is raised the closest to their wild habitat. Because of the purity of the water and the algea present, it allows the salmon to have the beautiful rich pink color that we look for when ordering a salmon. It also means that the salmon has an incredibly low mercury content allowing it to be safe for everyone to enjoy!

A few months ago, Nuestra Mesa decided to revamp their menu to focus more on farm to table, fresh ingredients from local farmers and staying true to that small business mentality. As you may have known, a few months ago we acquired a new head chef and he has been doing some incredible things for Mesa. It’s a fantastic dining experience!

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; Closed Sundays.

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesaCamas.com

Feast @316 — Downtown Camas

Dining
Whiskey flights at Feast @316.

For a limited time, Feast is offering an Irish Whiskey Flight: The Pogues Whiskey, Writers Tears, Green Sport Single Pot Still, and choose from Bushmill’s Original and Jameson Irish Whiskey.

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

Dining
Pot of Gold Latte: Irish Cream with Spiced Brown Sugar.

Our feature this week is the Irish Cream with Spiced Brown Sugar!

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

The Hammond Kitchen and Craft Bar — Camas

Dining
Lobster tail with wood grilled 28-day aged filet steak.

For the special time, The Hammond is offering Lobster tail. Featured in the cover photo are: roasted brown sugar winter vegetables, skillet cheddar mac + cheese, house salad with roasted tomato, green beans, sunflower seeds, vinaigrette, blue cheese, egg and crouton. 

The baby gem grilled Caesar features house croutons, pickled watermelon radish, and garlic dressing. The filet steak is aged 28 days, with red wine redux, bleu crust, skillet Mac, and winter vegetables.

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

2 Rivers Bar and Grill — Downtown Washougal

Dining
Shrimp and Scallop Scampi Dinner at 2 Rivers Bar & Grill.

2 Rivers Chicken Sandwich — grilled chicken breast with bacon, guacamole with chipotle aioli. Served all day. $14

Calamari Plate — lightly fried and served with raspberry sweet chili sauce. Seasoned with salt, pepper, ancho chili, paprika. Served all day. $10

Fettuccine Alfredo  —$12, with chicken, add $4.

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

Phone360-210-7987

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

Visit: https://www.restaurantji.com/wa/washougal/2-rivers-bar-and-grill-/

Hey Jack, — Downtown Camas

Dining
Steelhead and Crab

Located in the heart of Downtown Camas, on 4th Avenue, Hey Jack has just started serving their new menu. 

From their land and sea menu, they offer:

  • Hanger Steak — with red creamer potatoes, charred Vidalia onion, and chermoula sauce, $25. 
  • Steelhead & Crab — with wild rice, radicchio, and salsa verde, $27.
  • Chicken Arabbiata — with spicy tomato, polenta, and broccoli rabe, $22.
  • Pork Osso Buco — with stewed white beans, speck gremolata, $24.

Pastas include:

  • Carbonara — with tagliatelle, pork belly, Granda Padana, $17.
  • Bolognese — with Casareccia, house-made meat sauce, $16.
  • Lasagna — with house-made Bolognese sauce, ricotta, mozzarella, provolone, $17.
  • Sweet Potato Gnocchi — with Arugula pesto, kale, roasted mushrooms, $18.

They also have an abundance of starters, which include Harvest Salad, Citrus and Fennel, Caesar Salad, Steamer Clams, and Zuppa Di Giorno.

The Sunday Supper, which includes soup, salad, pasta, and an entree — coming soon!

They also book special events! Call today!

Reservations call: 360-954-5053

Emaildon@heyjackkitchen.com

Visit: www.HeyJackKitchen.com

Space is available for special events, wedding showers, birthday parties, and more!

Washougal, WA — Eight Washougal elementary students put their culinary skills to the test at Sodexo’s Future Chefs Challenge at Washougal High School on Wednesday, March 6.  This year’s theme was healthy and delicious Mexican food. 

Elementary students across the district submitted recipes and these eight were selected to participate in the cooking event.  The student creations were judged on criteria such as originality, taste, presentation, and use of healthy ingredients. The finalists prepared and presented their recipes with the help of WHS culinary students and Sodexo staff.

Although all entries were winners having been selected from a larger number of recipes entered, taking first place was Skylar Stotts from Columbia River Gorge Elementary for his Pineapple Guacamole.  Second place went to Wylie Gibson of Hathaway Elementary with her Wild Goose Fajitas.  

Other competitors were, from Hathaway, Charolotte Bisila who made Taco Salad, Abigal Picho created Tostados and Cody Jacobus built a Chicken Enchilada Casserole.  Mari-Jayne Kephart from Cape Horn-Skye made her Fabulous Mexican Rice.  From Gause Elementary Kamea Roy made Nacho Chicken Nachos and Joselyn Guajardo created Ensalades de Frijol Negro y Mango. 

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Jacobus explained that his recipe for Chicken Enchilada Casserole came from his mother.  “I’ve been practicing making it since I heard about this competition,” he said. “The secret is five layers of goodness with tortillas, sauce, chicken and cheese.”  

“I didn’t have to do much at all to help,” said WHS culinary student, Mason Meeks, who assisted Jacobus.  “He actually taught me how to make it.  I have never seen enchiladas fixed this way.”   Meek, a senior, took the culinary class for fun and plans to be a pilot. 

“This was one of the hardest jobs I had to do all day,” admitted Mary Templeton, WSD Superintendent who was a judge in the contest.  “I am so impressed with the creativity and innovation the kids are showing.  And they are taking this work seriously and are being very professional.  I love seeing them demonstrate many of the 21st century skills we are working to teach in our classrooms.” 

Templeton also appreciated the healthy aspect of the recipes “Fresh vegetables, lean meats, and full of flavor,” she said. “In a word, delicious!”

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Washougal School District Superintendent, Mary Templeton, samples some food.
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WSD Superintendent Mary Templeton samples food.

Located in the heart of Downtown Camas, on 4th Avenue, Hey Jack has just started serving their new menu.

From their land and sea menu, they offer:

  • Hanger Steak — with red creamer potatoes, charred Vidalia onion, and chermoula sauce, $25.
  • Steelhead & Crab — with wild rice, radicchio, and salsa verde, $27.
  • Chicken Arabbiata — with spicy tomato, polenta, and broccoli rabe, $22.
  • Pork Osso Buco — with stewed white beans, speck gremolata, $24.

Pastas include:

  • Carbonara — with tagliatelle, pork belly, Granda Padana, $17.
  • Bolognese — with Casareccia, house-made meat sauce, $16.
  • Lasagna — with house-made Bolognese sauce, ricotta, mozzarella, provolone, $17.
  • Sweet Potato Gnocchi — with Arugula pesto, kale, roasted mushrooms, $18.
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Pork Osso Buco

Sides include:

  • Roasted Brussels — Reggiano, cream, pork belly, bread crumbs, $8.
  • Roasted Carrots — Herb pistou, pepinos, $7.
  • Roasted Mushroom — Garlic, butter, parsley, $8.
  • Italian Polenta — Cream, chive, $6.
  • Focaccia — Chili flake, herbs, $5.

They also have an abundance of starters, which include Harvest Salad, Citrus and Fennel, Caesar Salad, Steamer Clams, and Zuppa Di Giorno.

The Sunday Supper, which includes soup, salad, pasta, and an entree — coming soon!

They also book special events! Call today!

Reservations call: 360-954-5053

Emaildon@heyjackkitchen.com

Visit: www.HeyJackKitchen.com

Space is available for special events, wedding showers, birthday parties, and more!

Natalia’s Cafe — Downtown Camas

Dining
A generous Club Sandwich at Natalia’s, served with homemade potato salad.

Natalia’s Cafe is the corner cafe that serves American comfort food for breakfast and lunch in the heart of historic Downtown Camas. Looking for a traditional pancake breakfast with eggs, bacon and sausage? Or a large, fill-your-tummy club sandwich? Then Natalia’s Cafe is the place! Opening at 7 am daily, it’s a place where travelers come from afar to enjoy a good, hearty American meal with happy staff who keep it real!

Location: 437 NE 4th Avenue, Camas, WA 98607

Phone: 360-844-5968

2 Rivers Bar & Grill — Downtown Washougal

Dining
Shrimp and Scallop Scampi Dinner at 2 Rivers Bar & Grill.

2 Rivers Chicken Sandwich — grilled chicken breast with bacon, guacamole with chipotle aioli. Served all day. $14

Calamari Plate — lightly fried and served with raspberry sweet chili sauce. Seasoned with salt, pepper, ancho chili, paprika. Served all day. $10

Fettuccine Alfredo  —$12, with chicken, add $4.

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

Phone360-210-7987

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

Visit: https://www.restaurantji.com/wa/washougal/2-rivers-bar-and-grill-/

The Hammond Kitchen & Craft Bar — Camas

Dining
Lobster tail with wood grilled 28-day aged filet steak.

For the special time, The Hammond is offering Lobster tail. Featured in the cover photo are: roasted brown sugar winter vegetables, skillet cheddar mac + cheese, house salad with roasted tomato, green beans, sunflower seeds, vinaigrette, blue cheese, egg and crouton. 

The baby gem grilled Caesar features house croutons, pickled watermelon radish, and garlic dressing. The filet steak is aged 28 days, with red wine redux, bleu crust, skillet Mac, and winter vegetables.

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

Hana Korean — Downtown Camas

Dining
Bul-Go-Gi at Hana. Photo by Nest and Love Food Photography.

Hana Korean wants to get the word out that they’re expanding their catering service. Have an event or company meeting? Call Hana and they’ll take special care of you.

“We cook our food with a lot of love,” said Eric Park, owner of Hana Korean. 

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, 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

Caffe Piccolo — Downtown Camas

Dining
Lots of tea options at Caffe Piccolo!

Caffe Piccolo offers many varieties of tea — perfect for a cold winter day!

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

Feast @316 — Downtown Camas

Dining
Chicken Pot Pie at Feast @316.

Have you tried the Chicken Pot Pie at Feast at 316? It’s the ultimate comfort foot on these cold winter days! They have created a wonderful dining experience!

Also delicious is the “Ploughmans Feast,” which has chorizo & cornflake scotch egg, frisée, grapes, caper berries, canbozola cheese, rye crouton, branson pickle, and radish.

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

Nuestra Mesa — Downtown Camas

Dining
Nuestra Mesa’s salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon.

The Nuestra Mesa salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon. Ora King Salmon is sustainably raised in New Zealand in the purest waters of the world, utilizing the Salmons natural habits, the Salmon is raised the closest to their wild habitat. Because of the purity of the water and the algea present, it allows the salmon to have the beautiful rich pink color that we look for when ordering a salmon. It also means that the salmon has an incredibly low mercury content allowing it to be safe for everyone to enjoy!

A few months ago, Nuestra Mesa decided to revamp their menu to focus more on farm to table, fresh ingredients from local farmers and staying true to that small business mentality. As you may have known, a few months ago we acquired a new head chef and he has been doing some incredible things for Mesa. It’s a fantastic dining experience!

The result is 14 amazing new menu options, which includes three new platillos pequenos (starters), three new enseladas (salads), a new sopa (soup), one new taco, and six stunning new platillos fuertes (entrees).

We sampled the Ceviche, with wild shrimp and calamari cured in a lime tomatillo vinaigrette, derived with grilled tomatillo and tomato, pickled red onion, jalapeño, chile oil, and micro cilantro.

We also tried the Macienda Blue Corn Huraches, with rewrites, foraged mushrooms, arugula, avocado, guajillo salsa, topped with micro cilantro, and it’s served on a house made macienda blue corn cake! It’s so delicious!

And, our final sample was the Crisp Bruselas (Brussel Sprouts),which is served with chorizo, poached egg, house made chic harmonies, and topped with tajin. This is a complete change from their previous brussel sprouts recipe.

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; Closed Sundays.

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesaCamas.com

Grains of Wrath — Downtown Camas

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Brendan Greenen and Michael Hunsaker of Grains of Wrath.

It’s hard to believe, but Grains of Wrath just turned ONE this week, and they celebrated Saturday with a new release of a Triple IPA called “Spoils of War.” They also just launched their new Mug Club.

“We’re also releasing our first wild beer, which is a sour beer, using a wild yeast,” said co-owner Mike Hunsaker. It’s a barrel-aged Belgian style quad, aged in a Pinot Noir barrel with Cape Blanco cranberries. We also have an Imperial Stout aged in rum barrels, and we’re releasing a new shirt.”

In the 12 months since their launch, Grains has released 50 beers, won some distinguished awards, and is increasing their own brand distribution.

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

Navidi’s Oils & Vinegars — Downtown Camas

Dining
JapChae using Navidi’s Japanese Roasted Sesame Oil

Japchae (Vegetarian, GF); Korean Sweet Potato Noodles, Spinach, Shiitake Mushrooms, Carrots, Onion, Vegetable Oil, Navidi’s Japanese Roasted Sesame Oil, Scallions, Garlic, Kosher Salt, and Black Pepper. You can also add sliced beef or tofu for protein.

Also, Cayenne Chili is great for Latin/Caribbean and South/Southeast Asian dishes where you want a healthy kick of spice! Limonato is a green Eureka Lemon from Tunisia. Use it in recipes like salads, roast veggies, chicken, and seafood where you want a bright citrus flavor, but something a little mellower than your old fave Meyer Lemon Fused Olive Oil.

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

Camas, WA — It’s hard to believe, but Grains of Wrath turns one this week, and they’re celebrating Saturday with a new release of a Triple IPA called “Spoils of War.” The celebration lasts from 3-10 pm on Saturday with some fun event food, and the launch of their new Mug Club.

“We’re also releasing our first wild beer, which is a sour beer, using a wild yeast,” said co-owner Mike Hunsaker. It’s a barrel-aged Belgian style quad, aged in a Pinot Noir barrel with Cape Blanco cranberries. We also have an Imperial Stout aged in rum barrels, and we’re releasing a new shirt.”

In the 12 months since their launch, Grains has released 50 beers, won some distinguished awards, and is increasing their own brand distribution.

Greenen said IPA’s are most popular, and laugers are making a big comeback.

“Like any small business, it can be tough,” said co-owner Brendan Greenen. “Our crew has learned a lot about our customers, and we’ve learned how to react faster to change. I’d say our biggest surprise has been figuring out to increase exposure and traffic on weekdays, but we’re still new and Camas is still learning about us.”

They take pride in their brewpub, and the product made right in Mill Town.

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Grains of Wrath

“Our greatest successes are the quality of the beer, winning several awards,” said Hunsaker. “The very first beer in the system took a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival — out of four entries we won a medal, and we were super proud about that.”

Customers also rave about the food, especially the GOW burger, which is house-ground with brisket in a half-pound patty. It’s popular along with the Fried Chicken sandwich.

“It’s been great,” said Greenen. “We’ve been proud of the offerings and the service. There are always missteps with food or service issues, but they’ve been pretty minimal. We have a good team with 32 people right now, and it grows in the summer. Erin LeDoux and Joel Schmidt are the chefs.”

“Looking ahead — I think our goal for year two is to continue to grow our regular customer base and market Grains of Wrath to be a gathering place. We’re also increasing our distribution spread by self-distributing to other bars and pubs. It’s mostly about increasing the exposure. It’s about controlling the amount of beer so that we don’t lose control of the quality. Don’t want to lose sight of what we’re here for.”

They’ll also be encouraging more events, for example, 100 Women Who Care Clark County holds their quarterly meeting, and they hosted the Small Business Revolution reception in January.

“Camas has been really good to us,” said Hunsaker. “We’re consistent. This downtown is such a wonderful downtown. Keep people here. Keep coming.”

To learn more, visit gowbeer.com

Hana Korean wants to get the word out that they’re expanding their catering service. Have an event or company meeting? Call Hana and they’ll take special care of you.

“We cook our food with a lot of love,” said Eric Park, owner of Hana Korean.

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, 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

Grains of Wrath — Downtown Camas

Dining
The new Bloody Mary At Grains of Wrath.

Grains of Wrath just released four new updated cocktails: Camaspolitan, Sunrise 75, Bloody Mary, and the Negroning & Moaning. And, they’ve lowered prices on their whiskey offerings!

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

Dining
Hush puppies at Feast at 316.

Have you tried the Hush puppies starter at Feast at 316? They have created a wonderful dining experience!

Also delicious is the “Ploughmans Feast,” which has chorizo & cornflake scotch egg, frisée, grapes, caper berries, canbozola cheese, rye crouton, branson pickle, and radish.

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

2 Rivers Bar and Grill — Downtown Washougal

Dining
Shrimp and Scallop Scampi Dinner at 2 Rivers Bar & Grill.

2 Rivers Chicken Sandwich — grilled chicken breast with bacon, guacamole with chipotle aioli. Served all day. $14

Calamari Plate — lightly fried and served with raspberry sweet chili sauce. Seasoned with salt, pepper, ancho chili, paprika. Served all day. $10

Fettuccine Alfredo $12, with chicken, add $4.

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

Phone360-210-7987

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

Visit: https://www.restaurantji.com/wa/washougal/2-rivers-bar-and-grill-/

Hey Jack, — Downtown Camas

Dining
Pizza’s on at Hey Jack!

Pizza is on at Hey Jack! It’s offered at lunch and dinner with four options!

They also book special events! Call today!

Reservations call: 360-954-5053

Emaildon@heyjackkitchen.com

Visit: www.HeyJackKitchen.com

Caffe Piccolo — Downtown Camas

Dining
Cinnamon Bun Latte with Espresso or Steamer without espresso.

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

The Hammond Kitchen and Craft Bar — Camas

Dining
Lobster tail with wood grilled 28-day aged filet steak.

For the special time, The Hammond is offering Lobster tail. Featured in the cover photo are: roasted brown sugar winter vegetables, skillet cheddar mac + cheese, house salad with roasted tomato, green beans, sunflower seeds, vinaigrette, blue cheese, egg and crouton. 

The baby gem grilled Caesar features house croutons, pickled watermelon radish, and garlic dressing. The filet steak is aged 28 days, with red wine redux, bleu crust, skillet Mac, and winter vegetables.

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

Nuestra Mesa — Downtown Camas

Dining
Nuestra Mesa’s salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon.

The Nuestra Mesa salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon. Ora King Salmon is sustainably raised in New Zealand in the purest waters of the world, utilizing the Salmons natural habits, the Salmon is raised the closest to their wild habitat. Because of the purity of the water and the algea present, it allows the salmon to have the beautiful rich pink color that we look for when ordering a salmon. It also means that the salmon has an incredibly low mercury content allowing it to be safe for everyone to enjoy!

A few months ago, Nuestra Mesa decided to revamp their menu to focus more on farm to table, fresh ingredients from local farmers and staying true to that small business mentality. As you may have known, a few months ago we acquired a new head chef and he has been doing some incredible things for Mesa.

The result is 14 amazing new menu options, which includes three new platillos pequenos (starters), three new enseladas (salads), a new sopa (soup), one new taco, and six stunning new platillos fuertes (entrees).

We sampled the Ceviche, with wild shrimp and calamari cured in a lime tomatillo vinaigrette, derived with grilled tomatillo and tomato, pickled red onion, jalapeño, chile oil, and micro cilantro.

We also tried the Macienda Blue Corn Huraches, with rewrites, foraged mushrooms, arugula, avocado, guajillo salsa, topped with micro cilantro, and it’s served on a house made macienda blue corn cake! It’s so delicious!

And, our final sample was the Crisp Bruselas (Brussel Sprouts),which is served with chorizo, poached egg, house made chic harmonies, and topped with tajin. This is a complete change from their previous brussel sprouts recipe.

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; Closed Sundays.

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesaCamas.com

Navidi’s Olive Oils & Vinegars — Downtown Camas

Dining
Winter warmer pairings at Navidi’s.

Cayenne Chili is great for Latin/Caribbean and South/Southeast Asian dishes where you want a healthy kick of spice! Limonato is a green Eureka Lemon from Tunisia. Use it in recipes like salads, roast veggies, chicken, and seafood where you want a bright citrus flavor, but something a little mellower than your old fave Meyer Lemon Fused Olive Oil.

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

The Hammond Kitchen and Craft Bar is accepting reservations for Valentine’s Day Weekend! Much of the bookings for Valentine’s Day are already filled, but you may want to make a weekend out of the special holiday.

For the special time, The Hammond is offering Lobster tail. Featured in the cover photo are: roasted brown sugar winter vegetables, skillet cheddar mac + cheese, house salad with roasted tomato, green beans, sunflower seeds, vinaigrette, blue cheese, egg and crouton.

The baby gem grilled Caesar features house croutons, pickled watermelon radish, and garlic dressing. The filet steak is aged 28 days, with red wine redux, bleu crust, skillet Mac, and winter vegetables.

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

Dining
Book your Valentine’s Day Weekend dinner at The Hammond.

Hana Korean — Downtown Camas

Dining
Bul-Go-Gi at Hana.

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, 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 at 316 — Downtown Camas

Dining
Hush puppies at Feast at 316.

Have you tried the Hush puppies starter at Feast at 316?

Also delicious is the “Ploughmans Feast,” which has chorizo & cornflake scotch egg, frisée, grapes, caper berries, canbozola cheese, rye crouton, branson pickle, and radish.

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

Nuestra Mesa — Downtown Camas

Dining
Nuestra Mesa’s salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon.

The Nuestra Mesa salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon. Ora King Salmon is sustainably raised in New Zealand in the purest waters of the world, utilizing the Salmons natural habits, the Salmon is raised the closest to their wild habitat. Because of the purity of the water and the algea present, it allows the salmon to have the beautiful rich pink color that we look for when ordering a salmon. It also means that the salmon has an incredibly low mercury content allowing it to be safe for everyone to enjoy!

A few months ago, Nuestra Mesa decided to revamp their menu to focus more on farm to table, fresh ingredients from local farmers and staying true to that small business mentality. As you may have known, a few months ago we acquired a new head chef and he has been doing some incredible things for Mesa.

The result is 14 amazing new menu options, which includes three new platillos pequenos (starters), three new enseladas (salads), a new sopa (soup), one new taco, and six stunning new platillos fuertes (entrees).

We sampled the Ceviche, with wild shrimp and calamari cured in a lime tomatillo vinaigrette, derived with grilled tomatillo and tomato, pickled red onion, jalapeño, chile oil, and micro cilantro.

We also tried the Macienda Blue Corn Huraches, with rewrites, foraged mushrooms, arugula, avocado, guajillo salsa, topped with micro cilantro, and it’s served on a house made macienda blue corn cake! It’s so delicious!

And, our final sample was the Crisp Bruselas (Brussel Sprouts),which is served with chorizo, poached egg, house made chic harmonies, and topped with tajin. This is a complete change from their previous brussel sprouts recipe.

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; Closed Sundays.

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesaCamas.com

Caffe Piccolo — Downtown Camas

Dining
SF Mocha at Caffe Piccolo.

The SF Mocha with an almond biscotti is a nice way to spend time with a friend.

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

2 Rivers Bar and Grill

Dining
Valentine’s Day menu at 2 Rivers Bar and Grill.

On top of their new menu items, 2 Rivers Bar and Grill offers a delicious brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

Their brunch includes French Toast Sticks, Belgian Waffles, Chicken And Waffle, Biscuits and Gravy, Monte Crisco, The Skillet Scrambler, Breakfast Hash, Brunch Salad, Brunch Flatbread, 2 Rivers Salmon Cake Benedict, and more!

New Menu items

Homemade Pretzel with beer cheese fondue — made with Gouda, Breakside Pilsner, and a little Dijon. Served all day. $8.

Baked Brie served with apple slices stuffed with dried fruit and brown sugar. Served all day. $8

Dining
Brunch at 2 Rivers Bar and Grill.

Calamari Plate — lightly fried and served with raspberry sweet chili sauce. Seasoned with salt, pepper, ancho chili, paprika. Served all day. $10

2 Rivers Chicken Sandwich — grilled chicken breast with bacon, guacamole with chipotle aioli. Served all day. $14

Fettuccine Alfredo $12, with chicken, add $4.

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

Phone360-210-7987

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

Visit: https://www.restaurantji.com/wa/washougal/2-rivers-bar-and-grill-/

Grains of Wrath — Downtown Camas

Dining
The Octagon, James Westfall, and Dr. Kenneth Noisewater are being released February 5 at 6 pm.

Grains of Wrath just released three cans on the same days at the same time. The big one is called the Octagon, but they also named the other two. One is James Westfall and the other is Dr. Kenneth Noisewater. You play your cards right, you just might get to meet the whole gang.

The Octagon is a double IPA canned exclusively in crawlers. James Westfall and Dr. Kenneth Noisewater are good ‘ok West Coast IPAs, and they’ll be coming out in 16 ounce cans. You can only buy them as a set, and they’ll include a T-shirt and some other surprises.

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

Camas, WA — Alert to all chocolate lovers! Navidi’s Olive Oils and Vinegars, which is located in Downtown Camas, is now featuring handmade chocolate truffles.

The handmade chocolate truffles are made by Blissful Wunders Chocolats, and created with all natural, preservative-free ingredients, and love, says Navidi’s. And they use only the finest ingredients, including organic butter, organic heavy cream, and 65 percent cocoa mass chocolate from Cordiliera (www.foodlinks.biz) which is a fare-trade chocolate, grown with organic practices.

The fruit purées are made using organic fruit, and the ganache is made from organic cream or organic coconut cream. All the syrups, extracts, and nuts used to make the truffles are organic, as well. These truffles are never made using corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, GMOs or refined sugar.

They’re also offered in a vegan variety for most of the truffle’s flavors. They contain organic coconut cream, Earth Balance organic coconut spread, and chocolate and fruit purées.

They also offer a diabetic friendly dark chocolate truffle that’s made with all-natural, organic ingredients and only plant-based sweeteners.

Navidi’s said the truffles are made with loving care and are individually hand wrapped, hand dipped, designed, packaged and labeled with “your enjoyment in mind.”

Blissful Wunders come in a variety of flavors, divided into three categories: Diabetic Friendly, Vegan Friendly, Contain Dairy.

Navidi’s has a long tradition of providing the best olive oils, vinegars, speciality salts and seasonings to make your meals extraordinary. Visit today at 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

Truffles

Truffle lovers have a new place to visit: Navidi’s Olive Oils and Vinegars in Downtown Camas.

 

This week, we feature Portland’s Farm Spirit. Modernist plant-based restaurant Farm Spirit is now open for dinner at the new 1403 SE Belmont Street location with owner Aaron Adams as head chef. The set multi-course menu features vegetable cookery of the Cascadia region, all sourced from within 105 miles of the restaurant.

While Farm Spirit is often categorized as vegan fine dining, Adams insists that the restaurant not to be taken too seriously. No preaching, no pretension here. Only eclectic and inventive vegan cuisine now served in a full-sized, 30-seat restaurant, expanded from the former 14-seat chef counter.

“Coming back as chef, I put a lot of my personality in the space. My cuisine style and mission are still firmly intact – I just want to connect people to this incredible region in a way that they may not have experienced before, whether they are vegan or not,” says Adams. Case in point: a life-sized framed photograph of Adams’ dog, Dash, bedecked in a bow tie, greets visitors to the bathroom.

Farm Spirit gained recognition after its opening in 2015 by playing with the expected norms of modernist dining, sometimes coloring in the lines, sometimes scribbling over them. In the new space, servers begin the meal with table-side snacks served from a gueridon, reminding guests they are always welcome to lick their plates. “Butter” for bread may be served in a small the cover of a small cloche terrarium, with smoke released once the cover is lifted. A course of squash fritters may be served in child-size cast iron frying pans. Guests enjoy the strums of folksy acoustic guitar music during one part of the meal, a ‘60s Motown hit the next.

Adams constantly tinkers with the ever-changing menu according to the produce sourced from local farms and farmer’s markets. Once ingredients are brought in-house, Adams and his team experiment with textures and flavors with the help of the new freeze drier, pasta extruder, centrifuge, dehydrators, and temperature-controlled fermentation cabinets. The opening winter menu includes:

Wild rice sourdough bread
First press rapeseed spread

Snacks (served tableside)
Carrot jerky
Winter roll with borage butter
Seeded cracker, cultured filbert, smoked beet
Kale chips, ferments
Nixtamalized barley, abalone mushroom, green tomato preserve

Dining

Carrot Jerky. Nikki Unger-Fink

Courses
Potato Salad – roast fingerlings, mustards, onion cream
Brussels – wilted leaves, winter squash and filbert dressing, black garlic, pepitas, fermented sunflower
Ravioli – mushrooms, roast carrot and parsley root, nourishing broth, bay laurel oil
Celeriac – grilled over charcoal with huckleberry glaze, char sauce, savoy, vegetable cream
Malted Potato – puree, salted ice cream, black Oregon truffles

Dessert
Apple – roast apple and apple cake, frozen vanilla yogurt mousse, chamomile “honey”
Tea Snacks – bon bon, cookie, candy

The 1,000-square-foot restaurant’s aesthetic honors the Cascadia region with an “outside-in” décor and design elements from local craftspeople. The fog-colored walls serve as a tranquil backdrop for the hanging natural artifacts by Metal and Moss. The custom bar, tabletops, and wood paneling are all fashioned from white oak from Neu Wave. Hand-made ceramic dinnerware is from Kelly Pottery and Alexandria Cummings.

Farm Spirit is open Wednesday to Saturday, with dining room seating starting at 5:30 p.m. and chef’s counter seating at 7 pm. Dinner service includes 6 or more courses, plus snacks and surprises for $89. The Chef’s Counter Cascadian Tasting Menu experience is $109 and features several additional courses for the more adventurous diner. Dinners are reserved and pre-paid online exclusively via TOCK. Farm Spirit is a gratuity-free restaurant.

About Farm Spirit
Located in Portland, OR, Farm Spirit serves plant-based, locally-sourced modernist cuisine from the Cascadia region. Farm Spirit has been named “Best Farm to Table Restaurant” by Travel + Leisure, and one of Tasting Table’s “8 Best Vegan Restaurants in America.” Find Farm Spirit on Facebook.com/FarmSpirit, and @FarmSpirit on Instagram.

Dining

Aaron in the kitchen. Photo by Nikki Unger-Fink.

 

 

 

 

 

The Hammond Kitchen and Craft Bar

Dining

Mushroom toast, fresh grilled focaccia, roasted garlic, house ricotta, mushroom ragou, pecorino cheese.

The Hammond Kitchen and Craft Bar is showcasing their new Social Hour Menu, which happens Monday-Friday from 4-6 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 3-6 pm. We’re highlighting the Crispy Sesame Pork Strips with ginger soy aioli and sweet chili sauce.

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

Nuestra Mesa — Downtown Camas

Dining

A Tale as Old as Time: Tequila, juiced jicama, lime juice, lavender syrup, jamaica hibisuc bitters, burnt aromatics, topped with an organic rose petal

A few months ago, Nuestra Mesa decided to revamp their menu to focus more on farm to table, fresh ingredients from local farmers and staying true to that small business mentality. As you may have known, a few months ago we acquired a new head chef and he has been doing some incredible things for Mesa.

The result is 14 amazing new menu options, which includes three new platillos pequenos (starters), three new enseladas (salads), a new sopa (soup), one new taco, and six stunning new platillos fuertes (entrees).

We sampled the Ceviche, with wild shrimp and calamari cured in a lime tomatillo vinaigrette, derived with grilled tomatillo and tomato, pickled red onion, jalapeño, chile oil, and micro cilantro.

We also tried the Macienda Blue Corn Huraches, with rewrites, foraged mushrooms, arugula, avocado, guajillo salsa, topped with micro cilantro, and it’s served on a house made macienda blue corn cake! It’s so delicious!

And, our final sample was the Crisp Bruselas (Brussel Sprouts),which is served with chorizo, poached egg, house made chic harmonies, and topped with tajin. This is a complete change from their previous brussel sprouts recipe.

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; Closed Sundays.

Phone: 360-210-5311

Visit: www.NuestraMesaCamas.com

Feast @316 — Downtown Camas

Dining

Fine wines at Feast @316.

Celebrate your special occasion with their finest selection of wines!

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

Dining

Gourmet oatmeal at Caffe Piccolo.

Caffe Piccolo offers three flavors of gourmet oatmeal, by Straw Propellers G0urmet Foods. It’s a great complement to your morning beverage.
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

Dining

Hey Jack has new things coming!

Hey Jack regularly changes their menu, but the next week is going to bring BIG menu changes, with new winter hours.

Have you heard? Hey Jack, has a kid’s menu.

There will be much more to offer, but we will always stay true to our scratch kitchen.

Stay tuned!

Reservations call: 360-954-5053

Email: don@heyjackkitchen.com

Visit: www.HeyJackKitchen.com

Grains of Wrath — Downtown Camas

Dining

GOW’s German Chocolate Cake Stout.

Come to Grains of Wrath for this year’s Superbowl Party!

We will have happy hour beers during the game and double punches on Crowler Punch cards all weekend leading up to the game in addition to food specials:

Deviled Egg Appetizer

All Beef Game Day hot dogs

Pizza by the slice

Nachos & Wings

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

2 Rivers Bar and Grill — Downtown Washougal

Dining

Calamari Plate

Homemade Pretzel with beer cheese fondue — made with Gouda, Breakside Pilsner, and a little Dijon. Served all day. $8.

Baked Brie served with apple slices stuffed with dried fruit and brown sugar. Served all day. $8

Calamari Plate — lightly fried and served with raspberry sweet chili sauce. Seasoned with salt, pepper, ancho chili, paprika. Served all day. $10

2 Rivers Chicken Sandwich — gilled chicken breast with bacon, guacamole with chipotle aioli. Served all day. $14

Fettuccine Alfredo $12, with chicken, add $4.

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

Visit: https://www.restaurantji.com/wa/washougal/2-rivers-bar-and-grill-/

Navidi’s Olive Oils & Vinegars — Downtown Camas

Dining

Winter warmer pairings at Navidi’s.

We’ve got some Special Deals for the New Year! From now until Valentine’s Day, our Cayenne Chili and Limonato Fused Olive Oils and our California Koroneiki and Spanish Picual EVOOs are 50% off! Cayenne Chili is great for Latin/Caribbean and South/Southeast Asian dishes where you want a healthy kick of spice! Limonato is a green Eureka Lemon from Tunisia. Use it in recipes like salads, roast veggies, chicken, and seafood where you want a bright citrus flavor, but something a little mellower than your old fave Meyer Lemon Fused Olive Oil.

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

Welcome to our Weekly Food + Dining Guide!

HEY JACK,

Hey Jack regularly changes their menu, but the New Year is going to bring BIG menu changes, with new winter hours.

Have you heard? Hey Jack, has a kid’s menu.

There will be much more to offer, but we will always stay true to our scratch kitchen.

Stay tuned!

Reservations call: 360-954-5053

Email: don@heyjackkitchen.com

Visit: www.HeyJackKitchen.com

NUESTRA MESA — Downtown Camas

Dining

A new menu is coming to Mesa.

For the duration of winter we will be closed on Sundays. Our hours during the week will be Monday thru Thursday from 11:30am-9pm and Friday and Saturday from 11:30 am-10 pm.

A few months ago we decided that we wanted to revamp Mesa a little bit. Focusing more on farm to table, fresh ingredients from local farmers and staying true to that small business mentality. As you may have known, a few months ago we acquired a new head chef and he has been doing some incredible things for Mesa;  working with local purveyors in the area for us to have more local produce and meats, as well as taking time to revamp our dinner menu to offer entrees that are focused on seasonality. We will be closed to the public on January 1st and 2nd (we will be doing full kitchen and front of house staff training ), we will re-open on Thursday evening at 5 pm-9 pm for a soft menu relaunch. We are relaunching our full new dinner menu with tequila pairings (as well as a new winter cocktail menu) on January 4th for 1st Friday. We will be open normal hours that 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

“New School” Paella at Feast @316.

Feast @316 prepares an amazing “New School” Paella, which includes mussels, octopus, salmon, scallops, shrimp, market fish, saffron risotto, red onions, peas, cherry tomatoes with crusty bread — $38.

They also have an abundance of steak prepared 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

2 RIVERS BAR &GRILL — Downtown Washougal

Dining

New Year’s Eve at 2 RIvers Bar & Grill.

Book your New Year’s Eve reservations early!

Did you know that 2 Rivers Bar and Grill has Prime Rib Sundays with all day Happy Hour? They also offer Elk hamburgers on Mondays.

Every Wednesday, 2 Rivers has Half Price on all their wines! They just opened its doors three weeks ago and it’s already a hit, filling a giant void left by Hearth when it shuttered it doors at the Washougal Town Square.

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

Visit: https://www.restaurantji.com/wa/washougal/2-rivers-bar-and-grill-/

 

GRAINS OF WRATH — Downtown Camas

Dining

Appetizer at Grains of Wrath.

GOW will be open noon-7 pm Christmas Eve with a special dinner from 3-6 pm by reservation only! Also, when you fill a crowler on Christmas Eve, you will get double punched on your punch card.

Here’s the special Christmas Eve menu:

  • Soup (cup or bowl) $5/$7
  • Pimento Cheese $7 (white cheddar, roasted peppers, spent grain crackers)
  • Brussel Sprouts $11 (bacon, almonds, romesco)
  • Simple Salad $8 (mixed greens, apples, hazelnuts, sugar plum vinaigrette)
  • Streak Frites $16 (Hanger, fries, truffle mushroom butter)
  • Glazed Ham $16 (Hill ham, mashed potatoes, gravy)
  • Braised Pork $16 (beer braised pork shoulder, cheesy polenta, jus, pickled peppers)
  • Apple Pie $5 (Kiyokawa apples, butter crust, cinnamon whip cream)
  • Woke Cookies $3 (Snickerdoodle or oatmeal Chocolate)
  • Christmas Sugar Cookies $4 (3 housemade cookies, icing, sprinkles)

To make your reservation, call 360.210.5717

To learn more, visit www.gowbeer.com

THE HAMMOND KITCHEN AND CRAFT BAR — Camas

Dining

Jumbo Scallop & Crab Risotto will debut on Saturday, November 24th at The Hammond Kitchen & Craft Bar.

The Hammond is running a promotion on Gift cards! if you purchase $100 dollars worth of gift cards, you will receive a $20 gift certificate to use next year.

We are also featuring some amazing seafood specials for the holiday season stay tuned to our Instagram and Facebook to see what they are!

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 OILS & VINEGARS — Downtown Camas

Dining

Truffle Olive Oils will add pop to your mashed potatoes.

 

 

Jazz up your mashed potatoes this holiday season with truffle oils and salt. It’ll make you the hit at Thanksgiving dinner!

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

CAFFE PICCOLO — Downtown Camas

Dining

Holiday hours at Caffe Piccolo.

While you’re getting your daily beverage, be sure to get a scrumptious Christmas cookie!

Each day, you may also 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

 

Welcome to our Weekly Food + Dining Guide!

Our full-size Nachos are perfect for sharing! House made corn tortilla chips topped with slow roasted marinated pork shoulder, our pork belly charro beans, white onion, red salsa, guacamole, sour cream and cilantro.

Mesa serves Brunch 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

 

CAFFE PICCOLO — Downtown Camas

Dining

Christmas cookies at Caffe Piccolo.

While you’re getting your daily beverage, be sure to get a scrumptious Christmas cookie!

Each day, you may also 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

2 RIVERS BAR AND GRILL — Downtown Washougal

Dining

New Year’s Eve at 2 RIvers Bar & Grill.

 

 

Book your New Year’s Eve reservations early!

Did you know that 2 Rivers Bar and Grill has Prime Rib Sundays with all day Happy Hour? They also offer Elk hamburgers on Mondays.

Every Wednesday, 2 Rivers has Half Price on all their wines! They just opened its doors three weeks ago and it’s already a hit, filling a giant void left by Hearth when it shuttered it doors at the Washougal Town Square.

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

Visit: https://www.restaurantji.com/wa/washougal/2-rivers-bar-and-grill-/

 

MILL CITY BREW WERKS — Downtown Camas

Dining

Lamb Bites at Mill City Brew Werks.

Mill City Brew Werks just released their new Lamb Bites starter, which is available at lunch or dinner.

Mill City is a small craft brewery and restaurant located in Downtown Camas. It’s locally owned and operated, and uses locally grown products.

Hours: Open everyday 11 am-close

Phone: 360-210-4761

Visit: www.mcbwbeer.com

 

FEAST @316 — Downtown Camas

Dining

“New School” Paella at Feast @316.

Feast @316 prepares an amazing “New School” Paella, which includes mussels, octopus, salmon, scallops, shrimp, market fish, saffron risotto, red onions, peas, cherry tomatoes with crusty bread — $38.

They also have an abundance of steak prepared 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

 

HEY JACK, — Downtown Camas

Dining

New Year’s Eve at Hey Jack,

Book your New Year’s Eve party reservations today!

Also, as part of their updated brunch menu, Hey Jack, has a delicious Dutch Baby. It’s a cast iron hearth baked pancake dusted with sugar and served with crispy bacon and maple syrup. $11.

This week, Hey Jack, encourages you to make New Year’s Eve reservations.

Hey Jack, offers a delicious brunch Wednesdays-Sundays from 10-2. They also have a great Thursday Special:  3-Course Dinner for $30!

Location: 401 NE 4th Avenue, Camas, WA 98607

Reservations call: 360-954-5053

Email: don@heyjackkitchen.com

Visit: www.HeyJackKitchen.com

 

GRAINS OF WRATH — Downtown Camas

Dining

GOW’s German Chocolate Cake Stout.

Happy Hour Monday: Happy Hour drinks prices all day Monday! Tuesday Tacos and Crowlers: Taco specials every Tuesday, plus $8 Crowlers. Pizza Wednesday: Pizza specials every Wednesday! $4 rotating beer special during games! Washington State Cougs: $4 rotating beer special during games!

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

THE HAMMOND KITCHEN & CRAFT BAR — Camas

Dining

Jumbo Scallop & Crab Risotto will debut on Saturday, November 24th at The Hammond Kitchen & Craft Bar.

We have joined with Share House Vancouver “Holiday Cheer Program” to gather presents and items children need. We have Wish Tags hanging in the window for anyone to take and purchase a toy or item for a child in need. We will be gathering items for Share House through December 15th. Many items needed are warm winter coats, sleeping bags and shoes. Each child at share has indictated a small toy they would like as well. Any help is completely appreciated!

The Hammond is running a promotion on Gift cards too! if you purchase $100 dollars worth of gift cards, you will receive a $20 gift certificate to use next year.

We are also featuring some amazing seafood specials for the holiday season stay tuned to our Instagram and Facebook to see what they are!

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