New and Returning Restaurants in Corvallis

Looking to mix up your cuisine? Corvallis has three new options — and we’re happy to report the return of an old favorite, too.

Ronin Cafe and Ramen

The brainchild of local chef Ko Atteberry, the Ronin Cafe opened August 7, featuring ramen and Izakaya cuisine made with local and seasonal ingredients. With the recent acquisition of a liquor license, the cafe now serves nine types of sake and three types of beer. The space has a sleek, traditional Japanese aesthetic; perfect for a relaxing meal.

  • 126 SW 1st St
  • (541) 368-3932
  • Tuesday – Thursday: 11 am – 9 pm
  • Friday – Saturday: 11 am – 11 pm
  • Closed Sunday-Monday

Sharon’s Cafe

After suffering a disastrous fire on New Year’s Eve, Sharon’s Cafe reopened for business on August 30, celebrating its triumphant return with menus labeled “Out of the Ashes.” A Southtown staple since 2002, breakfast is served all day alongside classic diner food.

Sweet Heart Desserts

Want to indulge your sweet tooth? Sweet Heart Desserts features traditional chinese dishes like red bean and salted yolk pastries, as well as an assortment of confections including swiss rolls, custards and their signature crepe cakes. Beverages include boba, milk tea, fruit tea, and italian sodas.

Treebeerd’s Taphouse

Treebeerd’s Taphouse opened its doors downtown on August 31, featuring 29 beers, six ciders and one mead on tap, as well as red and white wine options. Food can be ordered from American Dream Pizza, which will deliver right to your table.

By Brandon Urey