Oregon: Where We Ate
Day 1: Fat Head’s Brewery
My brother & his girlfriend were already in Oregon since the morning, but Jeremiah & I flew out later that night. We were quite exhausted when we arrived, but we still wanted to do something to celebrate my brother’s birthday + we were really hungry! We had dinner at Fat Head’s Brewery.
The portions for our meals were huge! It’s great for sharing with a group of people.
Day 2: Screen Door, Pinolo, & Pok Pok
Before we went on our hike, we had breakfast at Screen Door. Jeremiah & I had been to this breakfast spot before, but when we visited, there wasn’t a line at all! Granted, we went on a weekday vs. this time, when we went on a Saturday. I didn’t realize how packed this place could get. We all really enjoyed the food though 🤗
After our hike, we had dinner at Pok Pok.
The wait time was an hour & 45 minutes, so we walked around a bit looking for coffee. All of the coffee shops were closed, but there was a gelato place open called Pinolo that sold lattes.
After about an hour & a half, we finally got seated at Pok Pok. I suppose the wait time was worth it since I enjoyed the food so much. I’m never able to get Thai food because Jeremiah is allergic to peanuts & plenty of Thai food contains peanuts, so we just never really risk it. However, Pok Pok served dishes that didn’t have peanuts & we made sure to request no peanuts on some dishes.
Day 3: 10 Barrel Brewing Co. & Blue Star Donuts
After the Nike Company Store, we ate at 10 Barrel Brewing Co. The flight/sampler was okay. I think it’s better when you can choose which beers you want to sample.
After Ground Kontrol, our last stop of the trip was Blue Star Donuts. Jeremiah & I had been there before on our previous trip, but it was super crowded. This time, there wasn’t a wait at all because we went in during the afternoon.
For what we did during our little trip, click here.