Why We're Doing This
Food and beverage businesses around Oregon are suffering huge losses by closing their dining rooms to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. As lovers of hospitality, we want nothing more than to see these businesses and their employees make it through this difficult time!
We created this resource to help Oregonians find restaurants, food carts, cafes, wineries, breweries, and more that are providing takeout, delivery, and curb-side options. Help support these businesses by placing to-go orders or purchasing gift cards to use at a later date.
And if you own a business that you would like to be added to this list (or if you need your information updated), please let us know or send us an email! We're working hard to keep the site up to date as quickly as possible!
Who Are We?
Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association
The Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association (ORLA) is the leading business association for the foodservice and lodging industry in Oregon. A not-for-profit trade organization, ORLA represents approximately 2,600 members, and advocates for over 10,220 foodservice locations and more than 2,000 lodging establishments in Oregon. The lodging and food and beverage industry is responsible for 183,191 jobs bringing in over $13.8 billion in annual sales for Oregon. It is our mission to serve as the leading industry advocate, striving to protect, improve and promote Oregon Hospitality.
The Oregonian | Oregon Live
To thank them for all they do, and show support in this difficult time, The Oregonian | OregonLive is spotlighting local businesses at the heart of our communities. The Oregonian has been telling the story of the Northwest since 1850 - before Oregon was even an official state - and is the oldest continuously published newspaper on the West Coast. Every day, they help Oregonians learn about the people and issues that are important to their lives. Their Pulitzer-Prize winning newspaper, along with OregonLive.com, provides more robust, real-time news and information than ever before. Serious journalism and a desire to serve their local communities is at the root of everything they do - and they’ve been doing it for 170 years.
The Oregon Tourism Commission, dba Travel Oregon, works to enhance visitors' experiences by providing information, resources and trip planning tools that inspire travel and consistently convey the exceptional quality of Oregon. The commission aims to improve Oregonians' quality of life by strengthening the economic impacts of the state's $12.8 billion* tourism industry that employs more than 117,000 Oregonians. (*These numbers reflect the 2019 economy, prior to COVID-19).
Oregon Destination Association
Who Made This?
Our friends at Foundry 503 deserve all of the credit for web design and development. They're a local agency specializing in web design, development, and photography. They work with many restaurants, wineries, and other small businesses and wanted to help. This project would not be possible without them.
Does It Cost?
The site is (and will always be) free to use, free to submit to and be listed on, and ad-free.
How Can I Help?
Spread the word! Tell your friends, patronize your favorite restaurant, wash your hands, let us know if we're missing anyone.
Send us an email and let us know what's on your mind!