While much of the attention has been on high-profile restaurant openings in Vancouver, Washington, the restaurateurs behind Olympia Provisions have been looking south: OP Wurst 2.0 is now open inside Oregon City Brewing Company, located at 1401 Washington St., Oregon City. You can now pair fancy signature hot dogs, like the Hound Dog — a dog topped with bacon, peanut butter sauce, apple butter, and banana — with the brewery’s 44 draft taps, which range from its Elevator IPA to guest taps and root beer.
Speaking with Eater, OP Wurst co-owner Nate Tilden says, “There are some great eating and drinking options in Oregon City — we've been visiting The Highland Stillhouse for decades — but after participating in the Oregon City Farmers Market for a couple of years, we learned from our Oregon City customers a new food option would be a good thing.”
Olympia Provisions expanded its offerings from world-class salamis, capicola, and sausage to include fancy signature hot dogs when it opened its first brick-and-mortar OP Wurst, located inside of the downtown Portland food hall, Pine Street Market, earlier this year. OP Wurst serves gourmet dogs for $8.50 to $12 and classic dogs for $7. Tilden says the decision to open in Oregon City materialized when the city changed its zoning laws on food carts.
OP Wurst is now open inside of Oregon City Brewing Company. It operates daily, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.