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Best Restaurants in Hermiston Oregon

Burger King
1730 N. 1st Street, Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 564-1967
www.bk.com/restaurants/or/hermiston/1730-north-1st-street-9245.html

CG Public House & Catering
9221 W. Clearwater, Kennewick, WA 99336
(509) 783-0128 | www.cgcatering.com

Chuckwagon Cafe
81027 Hwy. 395 N, Hermiston OR 97838
(541) 567-6329 | www.chuckwagoncafe.net

Cozy Corner Tavern
198 E. Main, Hermiston OR 97838
(541) 567-9229

Delish Bistro
1725 N. 1st St., Ste. E, Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 303-9006 | www.delishbistro.com

Denny’s Diner
2265 S HWY 395, Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-7178 | www.dennys.com

Dickeys BBQ
715 Southgate, Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 276-6162 | www.dickeys.com

Domino’s Pizza
115-B E. Highland, Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-4000 | www.dominos.com

El Rodeo Mexican Restaurant
705 Willamette St., Umatilla OR 97882
(541) 626-2027

Hales Restaurant
174 E. Main, Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-7975

Hermiston Brewing at Nookies
125 N. First St., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 289-7414
www.hermistonbrewingcompany.com

Ixtapa Hermiston, Inc.
115 E. Oregon Ave., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 564-0320 | www.ixtapadelgorge.com

Kobe Hibachi Sushi
1055 S. Hwy 395 Ste. 100
Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-6178

McDonald’s
1320 N. 1st St., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-2544
www.mcdonalds.com/us/en/home.html

Midway Bar & Grill
1750 N. 1st Ave., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-5180 | www.midwaybargrill.com

Papa Murphy’s Pizza OR046
315 SE 2nd St., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-6000
http://papamurphys.com/Home

Quiznos
1565 N. 1st Pl., Ste. 9, Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-5050
www.quiznos.com

River Lodge and Grill
6 Marine Dr., Boardman, OR 97818
(541) 481-6800 | www.riverlodgeandgrill.com

Shiki Hibachi Sushi
1240 N. 1st St., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 303-1558 | http://shikihibachisushi.com

Sundown Bar & Grill
233 SE 4th St., Pendleton OR 97801
(541) 276-8500

The Pheasant Blue Collar Bar & Grill
149 E. Main St., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-3022

USA Subs & Grill
159 W. Hermiston Ave., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-2260 | http://usasubsandgrill.com/

Veg Out
319 W. Locust Ave., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 561-9231

Wildhorse Resort & Casino
46510 Wildhorse Blvd., Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 278-2274| www.wildhorseresort.com

Ye Olde Pizza Shoppe
845 N. 1st St., Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 567-9066

Yo Country Frozen Yogurt
1725 N. Hwy 395, Unit B, Hermiston OR 97838
(541) 289-9066

Local Bites Healthy Choices

Bistro’s, amazing chefs, restaurants and local food make for incredible choices when eating out and for take-out. Our outstanding local bites will make your taste buds crave for more! Try specialty cookies, custom designed for any occasion. Our wonderful health food store’s offerings include a vegan deli, supplements and healthy choices. We even have a self-serve yogurt place that also offers fresh on tap Kombucha! Choose from over 50 yogurt toppings or bring in your growler for a Kombucha refill.

Bistros Eateries Food with Heart!

Enjoy delicious dinning of ethnic, specialty coffee, bistros, novelty dessert and comfort food there is a wide array of excellent restaurants offering indoor or outdoor seating and a yummy culinary adventure.

Cheers to the Brews

Ordnance Brewing in Boardman, Oregon, is an outlier, a brewery out past the far edges of Pacific Northwest population centers, far from the region’s corporate breweries and dense brewer communities – smack dab in the middle of a beer desert. As such, it is not accountable to predetermined expectations, unspoken rules or formulas. It’s the freedom found in the wide-open spaces of the Columbia Plateau and expansive farmland.

In this remoteness, they brew freely, with an innovative spirit, a farmer’s work ethic, the creativity of someone living off the land and a vision to make beauty out of little. The owners, brewer and brewery itself are on the fringe, uninhibited, driven to work together for a unified mission: Brew distinct, honest and simply enjoyable beer.

Its namesake is now a ghost town, a collection of decaying offices, a theater and school standing in scattered ruins on Craig Coleman’s farm. A water tower still stands tall above this once-bustling community. It was here, generations ago, that people came from all over the country for the common good. Here, everyday citizens did their part to set aside their differences and support a growing war effort in the Pacific and Europe during World War II. To these noble people, to our ancestors, we raise our glass and carry forward the name Ordnance.