Three New Grub Spots Hitting Corvallis

Get ready. Get set. EAT!  

Corvallis has three fresh restaurants (one of which is coming this summer) that your taste buds will thank you for.   

Beerhaus Tap House  

Located at 101 NW Jackson Boulevard, Beerhaus Tap House opened its doors May 21. With nearly 40 beers on tap and Bavarian-style food dishes coming in June, why not celebrate Oktoberfest early this year?   

Owner Kyle Larkin said customers could expect to see dishes like Schnitzel, Kartoffelpuffer, and Spätzle on the upcoming menu.  

Beerhaus is currently open for dine-in Monday, Tuesday, and Friday from 2:00 11:00 p.m. and Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12 10 p.m.  View their full taps menu here.   

RYKO’S Asian Delicacy   

Opened May 10, RYKO’S Asian Delicacy is the spicy new spot for when you are craving authentic Asian dishes. Owner Ryko said their unique sauces are made daily in-house with special ingredients – a unique trait that separates RYKO’S from similar restaurants in Corvallis.    

RYKO’S also offers vegetarian options like their sweet and savory Honey Garlic Grilled Tofu. You can dine-in Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at 425 SW Madison Avenue, Suite B – or order online for takeout here.   

Side note: RYKO’S is urgently hiring front counter positions – swing by the restaurant to apply.   

No Nations  

Coming tentatively in July to 230 NW 1st Street is No Nations a “family-friendly, locally sourced bar and eatery serving a vegetarian menu.” Located right on the waterfront, No Nations will also provide guests with a large outdoor seating area and live music.  

Owners Brendan Murphy, Peter Martin-Clift, and Sebastian Letelier have been in the restaurant business since 2016 when they began serving their food at the Oregon Country Fair.   

While their menu is still in production, Murphy said customers can expect vegetables from Gathering Together Farm and Rainshine Family Farm 

Correction: This article listed No Nations as being located at 230 NW 3rd Street this article has been updated to include the correct address for No Nations

By: Rebekah Harcrow