Independence, Oregon Embraces Sensualists

Oregon has a solid history. Please consider the historical pioneers who lived in Independence, Oregon well before Yaquina Bay was on the tourist maps. Unreal restaurants confront both our taste buds and the dichotomy between gender roles in the kitchen and the quixotic quest for scrumptious grub. Did you realize that the epicurean experts in the Pacific Northwest have been challenging culinary discourses since before Reed College and Lewis & Clark even existed?

For the bygone locals of Independence, Oregon, life was demanding. The majority of Homo Sapiens were laborers living under demanding conditions. Quarrels with LA or NYC were definitely all too common. Recently, cuisine made from apples, sweet cherries or pears is trendy and in demand. But in the former decades, these foodstuffs were consumed out of necessity.

Eventually the ladies and gentlemen revolted against their infuriated oppressors. The institutions that were developed decades ago have created lasting stability across the Pacific Coast. Generally speaking, around Marion or Lincoln counties, the folks may cherish their pot roasts, casseroles and salads when they taste slightly sweet. But in this town, savory and sour remain the notorious choice.

Customers can easily find peach cobblers and apple pies which come in myriad flavors. Many of the outdated grub holes in Independence, Oregon have been operating since before the advent of electricity. There are also brand spanking new grub holes that have become almost as favored.

The food is ever so savory here because the culinarians give AF about their craft. The prosperous restaurateurs will do practically anything to treat their customers like their own posse. These small business owners comprehend how ecstatic clients will inevitably provide free promotion on Facebook.

The following feeding troughs epitomize the captivating gastronomy that first developed in Lane and Washington counties and really took root here too. Enjoy the antiquated heritage of the Pacific Coast with each bite.

Pink House Cafe


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242 D St
Independence, OR 97351