Food & Drink

Food is the best part of life in the Northwest! We’ve curated our favorites for the best places to eat and drink in the Northwest – always locally owned. Narrow down your search by the categories below, or start with our round up of the best Northwest food and wine trails.

Wingers, Nampa, ID

(208) 442-9464

16250 North Marketplace Boulevard, Nampa, ID 83687, United States

Monday – Thursday: 11 AM – 11 PM; Friday – Saturday: 11 AM – 1 AM; Sunday: 11 AM – 10 PM

WINGERS is dedicated to keeping your taste buds tingling. Combining extraordinary handmade food, drink, craft beer, and great service in a fun and energetic atmosphere. From the minute you enter, our goal is to make your dining experience the best you’ve ever had. Read More

541-997-4886

294 Laurel Street, Florence, OR, United States

Tues-Thurs 11am-8pm; Fri-Sat 11am-9pm

Using locally produced organic ingredients to cook your food from scratch in a cozy public house setting. Read More

Maple Street Grille, Florence, OR

(541) 997-9811

165 Maple Street, Florence, OR, United States

Thursday-Tuesday 11:30am-8pm, Closed Wednesday

Established in 2010. Maple Street Grille has been a local favorite since 2010. Our award winning restaurant and attention to detail create a truly enjoyable dining experience. The new menu at Maple Street Grille offers a variety of American & Romanian traditional recipes. Read More

Coca Mocha Joe's, Newport, OR

541-265-6444

1630 North Coast Highway, Newport, OR, United States

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

In the folklore of Native Americans living in what is now the Southwestern US and throughout much of South America, Kokopelli is the god of plenty. Everywhere he and his flute go, an abundance of crops and game animals follow. Read More

The Gluten Free Place, Newport, OR

541-574-8437

1654 North Coast Highway, Newport, OR, United States

Sunday 10-4; Mon 9-6; Tuesdays Closed; Wed,Thur 9-6; Fri 9-7; Saturday 9-6

It’s all there in the name–your dining & grocery destination for all things gluten-free.  This mom-owned shop was started when the owner’s son was diagnosed with a gluten sensitivity and she struggled to find food that was safe for him to eat. Read More