Welcome to our Weekly Food + Dining Guide! Caffe Piccolo offers three types of quiches: Carmelized Onion & Gruyere, Red Pepper & Goat Cheese, and Asparagus & Asiago. They’re a great breakfast or lunch option with your favorite beverage.
Each day, you may also come try a new soup for lunch, along with one of our great espressos, lattes and speciality coffee drinks — featuring Caffe Umbria. For breakfast or brunch, we have delicious breakfast sandwiches and panini’s. Come to relax, unwind, or open your laptop and have a remote office. People love to meet her socially or for casual business meetings. They’d love to see you. 400 Northeast Fourth Avenue, Camas, WA, at the corner of Fourth & Cedar.
Hours: Open Monday – Friday 7 am – 5 pm, Saturday 8 am – 4 pm, Sunday 9 am – 3 pm
2 Rivers Bar & Grill — Downtown Washougal
2 Rivers Chicken Sandwich — grilled chicken breast with bacon, guacamole with chipotle aioli. Served all day. $14
Calamari Plate — lightly fried and served with raspberry sweet chili sauce. Seasoned with salt, pepper, ancho chili, paprika. Served all day. $10
Fettuccine Alfredo —$12, with chicken, add $4.
2 Rivers Bar and Grill is located at 1700 Main Street, Suite 110, Washougal, WA 98671.
Hours: 11-9 Monday-Thursday; 11-midnight Friday and Saturday; Sundays: 11-6
The Hammond Kitchen & Craft Bar — Camas
For a limited time, The Hammond is offering Lobster tail. Some great new plates are roasted brown sugar winter vegetables, skillet cheddar mac + cheese, house salad with roasted tomato, green beans, sunflower seeds, vinaigrette, blue cheese, egg and crouton.
The baby gem grilled Caesar features house croutons, pickled watermelon radish, and garlic dressing. The filet steak is aged 28 days, with red wine redux, bleu crust, skillet Mac, and winter vegetables.
Located at 4857 NW Lake Road, #200, Camas, WA 98607.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:00 am-9 pm; Friday, 11:00 am-10 pm; Saturday, 10:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10:30-10 pm; Social Hour, Monday-Friday 3-6 pm, plus Saturday + Sunday, 3-6 pm
Feast @316 — Downtown Camas
Have you tried the Chicken Pot Pie at Feast at 316? It’s the ultimate comfort foot on these cold winter days! They have created a wonderful dining experience!
Also delicious is the “Ploughmans Feast,” which has chorizo & cornflake scotch egg, frisée, grapes, caper berries, canbozola cheese, rye crouton, branson pickle, and radish.
Located in the heart of historic Downtown Camas, Washington, Feast @316 offers one of the best dining experiences in the Northwest with Fresh Seafood, Certified Angus Beef, Craft Cocktails, and Signature Wines. Located in Downtown Camas at 316 NE Dallas St.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Sunday, 4-9 pm; Happy Hour, Monday-Friday 3-5 pm.
Hey Jack, — Downtown Camas
Pizza is on at Hey Jack! It’s offered at lunch and dinner with four options!
They also book special events! Call today!
Reservations call: 360-954-5053
Email: [email protected]
Nuestra Mesa — Downtown Camas
The Nuestra Mesa salmon entree is prepared using Ora King Salmon. Ora King Salmon is sustainably raised in New Zealand in the purest waters of the world, utilizing the Salmons natural habits, the Salmon is raised the closest to their wild habitat. Because of the purity of the water and the algea present, it allows the salmon to have the beautiful rich pink color that we look for when ordering a salmon. It also means that the salmon has an incredibly low mercury content allowing it to be safe for everyone to enjoy!
A few months ago, Nuestra Mesa decided to revamp their menu to focus more on farm to table, fresh ingredients from local farmers and staying true to that small business mentality. As you may have known, a few months ago we acquired a new head chef and he has been doing some incredible things for Mesa. It’s a fantastic dining experience!
The result is 14 amazing new menu options, which includes three new platillos pequenos (starters), three new enseladas (salads), a new sopa (soup), one new taco, and six stunning new platillos fuertes (entrees).
We sampled the Ceviche, with wild shrimp and calamari cured in a lime tomatillo vinaigrette, derived with grilled tomatillo and tomato, pickled red onion, jalapeño, chile oil, and micro cilantro.
We also tried the Macienda Blue Corn Huraches, with rewrites, foraged mushrooms, arugula, avocado, guajillo salsa, topped with micro cilantro, and it’s served on a house made macienda blue corn cake! It’s so delicious!
And, our final sample was the Crisp Bruselas (Brussel Sprouts),which is served with chorizo, poached egg, house made chic harmonies, and topped with tajin. This is a complete change from their previous brussel sprouts recipe.
Located at 228 NE 4th Avenue, in Downtown Camas, Mesa offers gourmet Mexican cuisine. It’s a family friendly location.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-9 pm; Friday + Saturday, 11:30 am-10 pm; Closed Sundays.
Grains of Wrath — Downtown Camas
Grains of Wrath just released four new updated cocktails: Camaspolitan, Sunrise 75, Bloody Mary, and the Negroning & Moaning. And, they’ve lowered prices on their whiskey offerings! They also have an abundance of tasty dining options.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm; Friday-Saturday, 11 am-12 am; Sunday, 11 am-9 pm; Happy hour is 3-6 weekdays. They are located at 230 NE 5th Ave. Camas, WA 98607
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