We discovered this gem by accident - it was late at night during a trip through a more remote part of Oregon and we were hungry, but a bit wary of what looked like a bar from the outside. Inside was a large, woodsy restaurant with friendly and helpful servers, and we cautiously asked the hostess of this ranching/farming community establishment (which are not always big fans of the gluten-free traveler) if they had gluten-free pizza crust? Wonders of wonders - they had the best gluten free pizza we've had from a restaurant. Not that it's artisan level, but compared to the cardboard from restaurants we're used to, it was yummy, chewy and almost yeasty. I fully expected my insides to tell me it was actually a gluten-filled crust, but it happily it did not.
We came back the next morning for breakfast, ordering just eggs and bacon, when our server informed us they had gluten-free pancakes. Oh happy day! They were very good pancakes and we only wish this friendly restaurant was in our home town. From the decor to the food to the servers, it was a great home town diner experience. Highly recommend!
(Our 12" pizzas cost $13 and $16, and our bacon, egg and pancake breakfast cost $11 each).
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