Econo Lodge Southeast
17330 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd.
Milwaukie, OR 97267
Phone: (503) 654-2222
Fax: (503) 654-1300
Bars & Cafes
The half-hour drive from Downtown Portland/City Center is well worth the trip to this restaurant. The menu here changes more than seasonally, but crusty bread, garlicky olive oil for dipping, and delicious desserts remain constant. Classic Italian fare in a rich and warm environment makes for a lovely evening. About 100 wines are available, most of them affordable reds. If you are not in a hurry, take scenic Lake Oswego Highway 43 to get there.
Oregon's bountiful agricultural resources have spawned a significant amount of eating establishments that firmly believe the the values of local culinary traditions, and five-0-three is no different. Centrally located in West Linn, this local gem delights with a seasonal menu of specialties crafted from the finest locally sourced produce. Executive chef John Bokman utilizes the rich produce to dish out a wide array of traditional specialties as well as contemporary takes. Wine list follows the local vein with a good selection from artisan wineries in the region. Check out the delightful menu of signature cocktails with something for every taste. The dining room aims for a family atmosphere with lots of space and natural light from the huge window behind the bar. The interiors are thoughtfully done-up and are a mix of classic an contemporary with muted walls contrasting well with the carefully placed textured ones. Excellent lighting choices and some great artwork on the walls complete the elegant vibe. Sit out at the patio for a comfortable and airy experience. Check website for more.
The stunning location by the Williamette river makes dining at the aptly named Rivershore, a lucrative prospect, and it does not disappoint. Whether you're looking for a quick bite or a leisurely meal, Rivershore offers something for you at any time of the day. From the hearty breakfasts at 7 in the morning to a full menu of steak and seafood specialties for dinner, there's quite a lot on offer here. If you're looking to chill-out, the bar, with it's superb selection of spirits is an enticing prospect. There's a varied selection of small plates and huge television screens to give company. Breathtaking river views are the obvious draw during day times, and the restaurant's interiors with lots of glass have been well designed to maximize them. The wildly popular outdoor deck is a scene of perennial bustle. The restaurant also has a banquet room to host private functions and weddings. Check website for more information.
Blinn's Boathouse offers good food, great tunes and a relaxing evening outdoors. Enjoy live nightly music as you sip your beverage of choice from the full bar and gaze out at the lake front view. Although you can choose from an array of grilled menu items including seafood, pizza is the specialty of the house and surpasses all expectations when it is steaming hot off the barbecue. The service is efficient and friendly.
Promising a flavorful journey with the name itself, Five Spice is the place to be if you're craving for seafood in Lake Oswego. Standing close to the Lakewood Bay, the restaurant's picturesque location affords excellent views of the waterside. Chef Paul Mitchell brings his expertise to the fore with a delightful menu of seafood specialties ranging from small plate favorites like crab cakes to main course delights like pan seared scallops. Apart from seafood, there's also a selection in chicken, beef and lamb. The restaurant's wine list has garnered acclaim with sommelier Tim Mattera doing a splendid job with the huge selection of close to 200 bottles with up to 35 available by glass. Sit out at the restaurant's outdoor deck to enjoy brilliant views of the periphery.
Step in for a cool, refreshing serving of fresh Tillamook ice cream on a hot day. Enjoy it in a milkshake, cup or cone. If a full meal is in order, check out the substantial menus for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Tasty entrees include chicken sandwiches, burgers and grilled cheese sandwiches - all with Tillamook cheese. Salad and other lighter fare are also available. The atmosphere is bright and cheery and the service always friendly.
Stylish and sophisticated, Tucci, located centrally in Lake Oswego is an aspirational venue with a sharp focus not just on the food, but the entire experience that makes dining here, such a pleasure. The dining room is a visual delight with the warm hues from the wooden fixtures, walls and lanterns contrasted quite well by the cool palette on the chairs and the illuminated bar. Lighting choices are contemporary and highlight the rustic wall textures quite well. The Bachhus room, with it's deep wooden hues, artwork on the walls and ambient lighting makes for a fine venue for intimate functions. Fresh and organic ingredients are at the core of the restaurant's food philosophy with Pacific Northwest produce being crafted to a delightful Italian palate. Giving stellar company, is an excellent selection of Italian wines that pair well with what's on offer. Apart from this, the bar has a fine selection of spirits for all tastes. Stop by for a spirited dining experience.
Enjoy a memorable meal in elegant, castle-like surroundings at this Austrian restaurant that boasts of incredible river views and three full levels for your dining and drinking pleasure. The restaurant specializes, as the name hints, in Austrian cuisine and the menu offers an excellent selection of timeless classics. Every now and then, the chef will introduce his innovative takes and interpretations for a good variety on the menu. Antiques and a roaring stone fireplace ensure a timeless feel as you enjoy an excellent bottle of house wine or a drink from the full downstairs bar. Try one of the seasonal menu offerings such as the trout with prawns. Service is spot on and carefully non-intrusive. The wine list has more than enough variety and offers some great pairing options. Beautiful views of the periphery and a cozy atmosphere inside makes Amadeus, an excellent place for a meal with a loved one. It operates between Tuesday and Saturday from 4:30p onwards.
With its upscale, bistro feel this cozy restaurant is the pride and joy of Lake Oswego. Neutral tones lend an elegant ambiance to this quaint establishment, which is favored by business people and couples alike. The primary palate is American, but with a healthy dose of influences from French and Italian cooking. Start with the Seared Jumbo Scallop Salad. As an entree, the Grilled King Salmon provides a wallop of Pacific Northwest flavor. Follow up a succulent meal with a cup of espresso and the Grand Marnier Mousse Napoleon. The menu changes seasonally and ensures a fair amount of variety to regular patrons. With three separate rooms, hosting a private function at Clarke's is a delight. The facilities and professional service add to the impressive room choices. Check website for more.
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu-cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
This casual, friendly pub has been a neighborhood fixture longer than a decade. You will find lottery games, darts, pool tables and weekend dancing. Cushy bar stools and a tile floor enhance the pub decor. The pub boasts a huge selection of draft and bottled domestic beers and microbrews. The exhaustive menu includes reasonably priced appetizers. Try the albacore tuna melt or the chicken fried steak dinner. Be sure to sample one of the hearty breakfasts.
Veteran chef Pascal Chureau is no stranger to managing restaurants having helmed two upscale ventures in Portland earlier. With Allium in West Linn, he brings his expertize to a more local and intimate concept. Amply assisted by chef Ian Ragsdale and Pastry Chef Kim Wilson, the restaurant aims to create a delightfully local dining experience that takes inspiration from the intimate bistros in France. Locally sourced ingredients take varied cooking and flavor inspirations to comprise the seasonally changing menu at Allium. The wine list is one of the best in the region with ample choices in local as well as global spirits. In keeping with the restaurant's neighborhood focus, food related events involving the community are a regular affair. Private events are a possibility and the restaurant also offers catering.