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The 23 Essential Restaurants in Ashland, Oregon

Where to find moules frites, banh mi, biryani, and burgers in the hilly home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

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treaFor nearly eight months out of every year, the arty community of Ashland Oregon, nestled into the leafy hills just above the California border, revolves around the Oregon Shakespeare Festival — a season of theater that runs from February to October and draws 400,000 visitors annually to a town of fewer than 22,000 residents. During this time, all rhythms of life — including where and when to eat — necessarily sync with curtain calls and theater locations. But there’s plenty here to keep palates entertained the rest of the year, too, with izakayas, taco shops, raw vegan havens, and farm-to-table palaces spread throughout the town. Here, then, are the essential places to eat and drink in Ashland, Oregon, the theatrical gateway to the Pacific Northwest.

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1. Breadboard Restaurant

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744 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-0295
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This old-school cafe at the north end of Ashland is open for breakfast and lunch only. While it can be a little daunting to pull up on a weekend morning and see dozens of people already waiting for tables, don’t fret — the wait is usually less than 15 minutes, and once you’re seated the rest happens fairly quickly. The specials board out front may win you over before you’re ever seated, but know that the popular Benedicts are a sure bet, as is the multigrain toast with house-made marionberry jam. Sit out on the patio in good weather if you can. [$-$$]

Triple berry-stuffed French toast at Breadboard
Breadboard

2. Taj Indian Cuisine

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31 Water St
Ashland, OR 97520

Locals and visitors alike embrace Taj’s popular Monday night buffet for its unfiltered take on Indian cuisine. It’s all the biryanis, tandooris, vindaloos, masalas, curries, and paneer dishes you know and love, plus a few items you may not yet have fallen for – like malai kofta (mixed veg, nuts and cheese sauteed in a cream sauce), or aloo gobi (cauliflower and potatoes simmered with garlic and ginger).  All that, plus a cool vintage building and loads of comfortable seating. [$$] 

3. Brothers' Restaurant

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2781, 95 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-9671
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A downtown institution for decades, Brothers is a favorite among locals for breakfast and lunch, and on weekends it can be tough to find a table. Brothers is famous for its “Brothers Mothers” chicken soup and other delicatessen staples like corned beef hash, cheese blintzes, and a killer lox and bagel platter. Breakfast plates offer sliced tomatoes or refried beans as sides beyond the grilled potatoes. The cappuccinos are lovely. [$-$$]

Deli sandwich with fries at Brothers’
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4. Dobrá Tea

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75 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 708-0264
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Need a moment of Zen? Dobra is Plaza adjacent, serving luxe teas in a sunny Moroccan setting. Quiet your mind and indulge in a beautifully scented tea, a nourishing raw vegetable bowl, and a mezze plate or a delicate pastry. So very Ashland. [$$]

Nourish salad at Dobrá Tea
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5. Coquina

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542 A St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-0521
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One of the few reasons to veer off the downtown beaten track is the ambitious Railroad District stunner, Coquina. From the artichoke soup through the Cynar panna cotta, the nightly parade of chef Lynn Flattley’s offerings transcends a mere meal. Make sure to budget enough time (and money) to fully enjoy it. [$$$$]

6. Noble Coffee Roasting

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281 4th St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-3288
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Coffee obsessives can stroll down to the Railroad District for a quality coffee and watch the roasting in action. Owner Jared Rennie knows his beans, and his place is a welcoming mix of industrial comforts, Wi-Fi inside and out, and house-baked muffins, scones, and pastries daily. [$] 

Noble Coffee Roasting
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7. Mix Bakeshop

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57 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-9885
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On the best people-watching corner of the Plaza, Mix serves Stumptown coffees, gelatos, French-ish pastries, chichi tartines, and epic epis. Come here for the finest fresh croissants Ashland has to offer, and a fabulous lemon tart. [$$] 

Mix Bakeshop
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8. Greenleaf

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49 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-2808
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An institution on Ashland’s plaza for more than two decades, and with three times the menu choices of nearly any other restaurant in town, there’s something for every appetite at Greenleaf. Grilled polenta alongside the vegetable-dense Ashlandistan omelet will bolster you through a hike in Lithia Park, just down the block, while lunch and dinner offer choices from spanakopita to stir-fry to wild Pacific cod. Plus — as the owner’s daughters have celiac disease — it has a huge, entirely gluten free menu. Eat creekside if you can, but the booths inside are cozy too. [$$]

A special Cubano burger at Greenleaf
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9. Standing Stone Brewing Company

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101 Oak St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-2448
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You’ll be tempted by the pear and beet salad with marionberry vinaigrette and the tempura-battered portobello strips, but the true stars of this downtown icon are the wood-fired pizzas and the lineup of craft beers. Get one of the beer samplers the second you get in the door. [$$-$$$]

Standing Stone Brewing Company
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10. Loft Restaurant & Bar

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18 Calle Guanajuato
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-1116
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Loft is a cozy, strictly French restaurant right on the Plaza with an expansive creekside terrace. The recently expanded Carpe Noctem bar is a light-filled space for drinking sophisticated craft cocktails, and owner Jacqueline Vidalo’s wine list is as lush as the restaurant itself. Chef-owner Jeremy Vidalo’s menu triggers mass Francophile swooning:  tarte Lyonnaise, moules frites, escargot, caramelized onion soup, coq au vin, bouillabaisse, and braised lamb shank fill the menu alongside the popular bistro burger, filet mignon, and truffle macaroni gratin. [$$-$$$]

Steak frites at Loft
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11. MÄS

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141 Will Dodge Way
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 581-0090
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MÄS is the passion project for chef Josh Dorcak, who, when he isn’t flaunting his chops at the new brick-and-mortar incarnation of his adored pop-up, is busy winning the Ashland Culinary Festival’s Chef’s Showdown or Iron Chef Oregon. His multicourse tasting menus tease, challenge, and entertain with dishes like aged duck breast with acorn miso and maple blossoms and Fat Bastard oysters from Washington State poached in a fermented koji water. [$$$]

Spring tartlet at MÄS
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12. Sakana Co Ashland

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Varsity Theatre, 145 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 708-0901
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This downtown izakaya and craft spirits outpost specializes in breathtaking cocktails and an array of Japanese bar snacks, including shatteringly crispy tempura, fried pork belly banh mi, potstickers, and the best sushi and sashimi in town.

13. Plancha

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165 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 708-0883
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A library of aged tequilas, excellent tacos, made-to-order guacamole, near-lethal fresh lime margaritas, and the occasional roasted goat are reasons enough to seek out this tiny Mexican restaurant. That it’s right smack downtown, within steps of the OSF theaters, and decently priced (especially by Ashland standards) is just gravy. [$$]

Loaded chicken taquitos at Plancha
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14. Larks Home Kitchen Cuisine

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212 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-5558
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Serving upscale comfort food in palm-strewn surroundings, Larks celebrates the farms, orchards, creameries, and wineries of our valley. One of the first restaurants in Ashland to embrace the idea of farm to table, they continue to feature the wares of anywhere from nine to 22 local Southern Oregon purveyors in any given week. It’s both neighborhoody and a foolproof place to celebrate. Rabbit cacciatore, cider-brined pork chops, meatloaf, and cassoulet will smooth over any rough edges you might have accrued throughout the day. [$$$]

Mussels at Larks
Ashland Springs Hotel

15. Bloomsbury Coffee House

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290 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-6112
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Literally a hidden gem, tucked upstairs and toward the back of Bloomsbury Books, here you’ll find a living-room-like cafe with organic, free-trade coffees and espresso drinks; teas and pastries; and a magical garden patio. It’s been an Ashland institution for decades. [$]

Bloomsbury Coffee House
Bloomsbury Coffee House

16. Hearsay Restaurant, Lounge & Garden

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40 S 1st St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 625-0505
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Ashland is laid back, but Hearsay is one of those places that makes you want to pull out your Friday-night finest. A sleek venue with a jazzy speakeasy vibe, Hearsay multitasks like a pro. Diners can unwind in the cool, deeply upholstered lounge during happy hour, linger over Sunday brunch in the garden, and dine swankily on Columbia River steelhead and wild mushroom Oregonzola burgers in a grand piano-dominated dining room. [$$$]

Tacos at Hearsay
Hearsay

17. Alchemy Restaurant and Bar

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35 S 2nd St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-1115
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Beyond its well-deserved reputation as the defacto choice for any special-occasion meal, Alchemy hits all the modern restaurant buttons: whiskey bar, finessed bistro offerings (foie, oysters, steelhead mousse), brunch hotspot, garden seating, special winemaker’s dinners, and a jaw-dropping wine cellar curated by owner-certified sommelier Drew Gibbs. It’s impossible to have a mediocre meal here, but get the crispy duck salad with marinated nectarines to be sure. [$$$]

Curry-spiced cornbread waffles with fried chicken at Alchemy
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18. NW Raw Organic Juice Bar

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370 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 708-6363
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Beautiful to behold and drop-dead delicious, Raw’s organic, plant-based salads, wraps, soups, and juices share the menu board with lime sorbet, dairy-free chocolate mousse (made with an avocado base), granola parfaits, and house-made nut milks. You’re healthier for just stepping inside. [$$]

19. Smithfields Restaurant and Bar

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36 S 2nd St
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-9948
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British-born chef Neil Clooney makes his own charcuterie and sources all of his animals from local farms and ranches. This nose-to-tail restaurant has a goat cheese souffle and beet salad as worth writing home about as the bacon beignets, bone marrow, and grilled ribeye. Across the street is Smithfield’s pub and pie shop, serving cask ales and savory Brit-style pies as fast as they can pull them out of the oven.  [$$-$$$]

A charcuterie board at Smithfields
Smithfields

20. Morning Glory Cafe

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1149 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-8636

The breakfast at Morning Glory is so popular that some forget it also serves truly stellar lunch. The crab melt on sourdough deserves a place on every Ashland bucket list, right next to the ricotta-stuffed French toast. Comfy booths, bright surroundings, and an enchanted back garden are tailor-made for lingering over a newspaper or book. The especially friendly, gentle, and unobtrusive service makes that all the more possible. [$$]

21. Omar's Fresh Seafood and Steaks

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1380 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-1281
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A salute to old-school glamor, with deep red upholstered booths, porterhouse steaks, lobster, and escargot, Omar’s is an Ashland classic that’s been in operation since 1946. The Tuscan fisherman’s stew is worth its own celebration. [$$-$$$]

Omar’s Fresh Seafood and Steaks
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22. Little Shop of Bagels

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1644 Ashland St #5
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 488-0718
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People who won’t stand in line for anything queue up for the bagels at this tiny hole-in-the-wall shop in a strip mall uptown. The house-made schmears are equally excellent, and go early if you have your sights on an onion bagel — they tend to sell out. [$]

The signature offering at Little Shop of Bagels
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23. Caldera Brewery & Restaurant

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590 Clover Ln
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-4677
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A south Ashland beacon for craft beer lovers, the acclaimed Caldera offers a menu of upscale burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, and salads, alongside beer recommendations by the helpful staff. If hops aren’t your thing, Caldera also brews its own craft soda. [$$]

A burger and beer on the patio at Caldera Brewing
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1. Breadboard Restaurant

744 N Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
Triple berry-stuffed French toast at Breadboard
Breadboard

This old-school cafe at the north end of Ashland is open for breakfast and lunch only. While it can be a little daunting to pull up on a weekend morning and see dozens of people already waiting for tables, don’t fret — the wait is usually less than 15 minutes, and once you’re seated the rest happens fairly quickly. The specials board out front may win you over before you’re ever seated, but know that the popular Benedicts are a sure bet, as is the multigrain toast with house-made marionberry jam. Sit out on the patio in good weather if you can. [$-$$]

744 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

2. Taj Indian Cuisine

31 Water St, Ashland, OR 97520

Locals and visitors alike embrace Taj’s popular Monday night buffet for its unfiltered take on Indian cuisine. It’s all the biryanis, tandooris, vindaloos, masalas, curries, and paneer dishes you know and love, plus a few items you may not yet have fallen for – like malai kofta (mixed veg, nuts and cheese sauteed in a cream sauce), or aloo gobi (cauliflower and potatoes simmered with garlic and ginger).  All that, plus a cool vintage building and loads of comfortable seating. [$$] 

31 Water St
Ashland, OR 97520

3. Brothers' Restaurant

2781, 95 N Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
Deli sandwich with fries at Brothers’
Brothers’ Restaurant/Facebook

A downtown institution for decades, Brothers is a favorite among locals for breakfast and lunch, and on weekends it can be tough to find a table. Brothers is famous for its “Brothers Mothers” chicken soup and other delicatessen staples like corned beef hash, cheese blintzes, and a killer lox and bagel platter. Breakfast plates offer sliced tomatoes or refried beans as sides beyond the grilled potatoes. The cappuccinos are lovely. [$-$$]

2781, 95 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

4. Dobrá Tea

75 N Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
Nourish salad at Dobrá Tea
Dobrá Tea/Facebook

Need a moment of Zen? Dobra is Plaza adjacent, serving luxe teas in a sunny Moroccan setting. Quiet your mind and indulge in a beautifully scented tea, a nourishing raw vegetable bowl, and a mezze plate or a delicate pastry. So very Ashland. [$$]

75 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

5. Coquina

542 A St, Ashland, OR 97520

One of the few reasons to veer off the downtown beaten track is the ambitious Railroad District stunner, Coquina. From the artichoke soup through the Cynar panna cotta, the nightly parade of chef Lynn Flattley’s offerings transcends a mere meal. Make sure to budget enough time (and money) to fully enjoy it. [$$$$]

542 A St
Ashland, OR 97520

6. Noble Coffee Roasting

281 4th St, Ashland, OR 97520
Noble Coffee Roasting
Noble Coffee Roasting/Facebook

Coffee obsessives can stroll down to the Railroad District for a quality coffee and watch the roasting in action. Owner Jared Rennie knows his beans, and his place is a welcoming mix of industrial comforts, Wi-Fi inside and out, and house-baked muffins, scones, and pastries daily. [$] 

281 4th St
Ashland, OR 97520

7. Mix Bakeshop

57 N Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
Mix Bakeshop
Mix Bakeshop/Facebook

On the best people-watching corner of the Plaza, Mix serves Stumptown coffees, gelatos, French-ish pastries, chichi tartines, and epic epis. Come here for the finest fresh croissants Ashland has to offer, and a fabulous lemon tart. [$$] 

57 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

8. Greenleaf

49 N Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
A special Cubano burger at Greenleaf
Greenleaf/Facebook

An institution on Ashland’s plaza for more than two decades, and with three times the menu choices of nearly any other restaurant in town, there’s something for every appetite at Greenleaf. Grilled polenta alongside the vegetable-dense Ashlandistan omelet will bolster you through a hike in Lithia Park, just down the block, while lunch and dinner offer choices from spanakopita to stir-fry to wild Pacific cod. Plus — as the owner’s daughters have celiac disease — it has a huge, entirely gluten free menu. Eat creekside if you can, but the booths inside are cozy too. [$$]

49 N Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

9. Standing Stone Brewing Company

101 Oak St, Ashland, OR 97520
Standing Stone Brewing Company
Standing Stone Brewing Company/Facebook

You’ll be tempted by the pear and beet salad with marionberry vinaigrette and the tempura-battered portobello strips, but the true stars of this downtown icon are the wood-fired pizzas and the lineup of craft beers. Get one of the beer samplers the second you get in the door. [$$-$$$]

101 Oak St
Ashland, OR 97520

10. Loft Restaurant & Bar

18 Calle Guanajuato, Ashland, OR 97520
Steak frites at Loft
Loft/Facebook

Loft is a cozy, strictly French restaurant right on the Plaza with an expansive creekside terrace. The recently expanded Carpe Noctem bar is a light-filled space for drinking sophisticated craft cocktails, and owner Jacqueline Vidalo’s wine list is as lush as the restaurant itself. Chef-owner Jeremy Vidalo’s menu triggers mass Francophile swooning:  tarte Lyonnaise, moules frites, escargot, caramelized onion soup, coq au vin, bouillabaisse, and braised lamb shank fill the menu alongside the popular bistro burger, filet mignon, and truffle macaroni gratin. [$$-$$$]

18 Calle Guanajuato
Ashland, OR 97520

11. MÄS

141 Will Dodge Way, Ashland, OR 97520
Spring tartlet at MÄS
MÄS/Facebook

MÄS is the passion project for chef Josh Dorcak, who, when he isn’t flaunting his chops at the new brick-and-mortar incarnation of his adored pop-up, is busy winning the Ashland Culinary Festival’s Chef’s Showdown or Iron Chef Oregon. His multicourse tasting menus tease, challenge, and entertain with dishes like aged duck breast with acorn miso and maple blossoms and Fat Bastard oysters from Washington State poached in a fermented koji water. [$$$]

141 Will Dodge Way
Ashland, OR 97520

12. Sakana Co Ashland

Varsity Theatre, 145 E Main St, Ashland, OR 97520

This downtown izakaya and craft spirits outpost specializes in breathtaking cocktails and an array of Japanese bar snacks, including shatteringly crispy tempura, fried pork belly banh mi, potstickers, and the best sushi and sashimi in town.

Varsity Theatre, 145 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

13. Plancha

165 E Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
Loaded chicken taquitos at Plancha
Plancha/Facebook

A library of aged tequilas, excellent tacos, made-to-order guacamole, near-lethal fresh lime margaritas, and the occasional roasted goat are reasons enough to seek out this tiny Mexican restaurant. That it’s right smack downtown, within steps of the OSF theaters, and decently priced (especially by Ashland standards) is just gravy. [$$]

165 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

14. Larks Home Kitchen Cuisine

212 E Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
Mussels at Larks
Ashland Springs Hotel

Serving upscale comfort food in palm-strewn surroundings, Larks celebrates the farms, orchards, creameries, and wineries of our valley. One of the first restaurants in Ashland to embrace the idea of farm to table, they continue to feature the wares of anywhere from nine to 22 local Southern Oregon purveyors in any given week. It’s both neighborhoody and a foolproof place to celebrate. Rabbit cacciatore, cider-brined pork chops, meatloaf, and cassoulet will smooth over any rough edges you might have accrued throughout the day. [$$$]

212 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

15. Bloomsbury Coffee House

290 E Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
Bloomsbury Coffee House
Bloomsbury Coffee House

Literally a hidden gem, tucked upstairs and toward the back of Bloomsbury Books, here you’ll find a living-room-like cafe with organic, free-trade coffees and espresso drinks; teas and pastries; and a magical garden patio. It’s been an Ashland institution for decades. [$]

290 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

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16. Hearsay Restaurant, Lounge & Garden

40 S 1st St, Ashland, OR 97520
Tacos at Hearsay
Hearsay

Ashland is laid back, but Hearsay is one of those places that makes you want to pull out your Friday-night finest. A sleek venue with a jazzy speakeasy vibe, Hearsay multitasks like a pro. Diners can unwind in the cool, deeply upholstered lounge during happy hour, linger over Sunday brunch in the garden, and dine swankily on Columbia River steelhead and wild mushroom Oregonzola burgers in a grand piano-dominated dining room. [$$$]

40 S 1st St
Ashland, OR 97520

17. Alchemy Restaurant and Bar

35 S 2nd St, Ashland, OR 97520
Curry-spiced cornbread waffles with fried chicken at Alchemy
Alchemy/Facebook

Beyond its well-deserved reputation as the defacto choice for any special-occasion meal, Alchemy hits all the modern restaurant buttons: whiskey bar, finessed bistro offerings (foie, oysters, steelhead mousse), brunch hotspot, garden seating, special winemaker’s dinners, and a jaw-dropping wine cellar curated by owner-certified sommelier Drew Gibbs. It’s impossible to have a mediocre meal here, but get the crispy duck salad with marinated nectarines to be sure. [$$$]

35 S 2nd St
Ashland, OR 97520

18. NW Raw Organic Juice Bar

370 E Main St, Ashland, OR 97520

Beautiful to behold and drop-dead delicious, Raw’s organic, plant-based salads, wraps, soups, and juices share the menu board with lime sorbet, dairy-free chocolate mousse (made with an avocado base), granola parfaits, and house-made nut milks. You’re healthier for just stepping inside. [$$]

370 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520

19. Smithfields Restaurant and Bar

36 S 2nd St, Ashland, OR 97520
A charcuterie board at Smithfields
Smithfields

British-born chef Neil Clooney makes his own charcuterie and sources all of his animals from local farms and ranches. This nose-to-tail restaurant has a goat cheese souffle and beet salad as worth writing home about as the bacon beignets, bone marrow, and grilled ribeye. Across the street is Smithfield’s pub and pie shop, serving cask ales and savory Brit-style pies as fast as they can pull them out of the oven.  [$$-$$$]

36 S 2nd St
Ashland, OR 97520

20. Morning Glory Cafe

1149 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, OR 97520

The breakfast at Morning Glory is so popular that some forget it also serves truly stellar lunch. The crab melt on sourdough deserves a place on every Ashland bucket list, right next to the ricotta-stuffed French toast. Comfy booths, bright surroundings, and an enchanted back garden are tailor-made for lingering over a newspaper or book. The especially friendly, gentle, and unobtrusive service makes that all the more possible. [$$]

1149 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland, OR 97520

21. Omar's Fresh Seafood and Steaks

1380 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, OR 97520
Omar’s Fresh Seafood and Steaks
Omar’s/Facebook

A salute to old-school glamor, with deep red upholstered booths, porterhouse steaks, lobster, and escargot, Omar’s is an Ashland classic that’s been in operation since 1946. The Tuscan fisherman’s stew is worth its own celebration. [$$-$$$]

1380 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland, OR 97520

22. Little Shop of Bagels

1644 Ashland St #5, Ashland, OR 97520
The signature offering at Little Shop of Bagels
Little Shop of Bagels/Facebook

People who won’t stand in line for anything queue up for the bagels at this tiny hole-in-the-wall shop in a strip mall uptown. The house-made schmears are equally excellent, and go early if you have your sights on an onion bagel — they tend to sell out. [$]

1644 Ashland St #5
Ashland, OR 97520

23. Caldera Brewery & Restaurant

590 Clover Ln, Ashland, OR 97520
A burger and beer on the patio at Caldera Brewing
Caldera Brewing Company/Facebook

A south Ashland beacon for craft beer lovers, the acclaimed Caldera offers a menu of upscale burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, and salads, alongside beer recommendations by the helpful staff. If hops aren’t your thing, Caldera also brews its own craft soda. [$$]

590 Clover Ln
Ashland, OR 97520

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