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The Top Eats In Eugene

by Sherri Smith

Eugene is known for many things.  The U of O, its artistic community, and especially for its great food. Every year, comes out with its list of best restaurants in every city in the US.  Here’s the top 4 restaurants in Eugene for 2017.

King Estate Restaurant

Voted the #1 restaurant in Eugene, this restaurant is located at the King Estate vineyard.  Their focus is on pairing Northwest wines with regional cuisine.  Many of their seasonal ingredients are grown in their own organic gardens and orchards.


Located in the 5th Street Public Market, Marche features a menu based on seasonal and regional food. As such, their menu changes seasonally, always focusing on fresh ingredients.  Their menu includes dishes such as Seared Tombo Tuna, Morocccan Vegetable Tagine, and Braised Bison Short Ribs.

Sabai Cafe & Bar

For the best Thai food in Eugene, Sabai is the place.  Opened in 2009 by Thailand native Mon (Duangkamol) Sutthiwari and longtime Eugene resident Tim Murff, Sabai’s amazing food reflects Mon’s passion for the cuisine of her native homeland.

Cafe 440

Reviewers rave about the great food and amazing service at Café 440. Located at The Oakway Mall, it’s easy to find location and outstanding food make it an ideal place to eat for a night out with friends.  They feature a broad menu and full service bar.

This list just scratches the surface of all the amazing places to eat here in Eugene. Check out the full list of top Eugene restaurants.  And check back on our blog every week for more great reasons to buy a home in Eugene.

Be Prepared For Extreme Weather

by Sherri Smith

We've certainly been seeing some crazy weather lately here in the Willamette Valley, and it's caught many off guard. And there's probably more to come, if the predictions are correct. Either way, it never hurts to be prepared for next time. Here are some tips that might help you weather out the next crazy winter storm.

Here's what you should do before the storm.

  • Add the following items to your emergency kit:

    • Rock salt to melt ice on walkways

    • Sand for traction

    • Snow shovels

    • Heating fuel

    • Blankets

  • Make a family communication plan in case your family is separated and communication is disrupted.

  • Install a weather alert app on your mobile device if you have one.

  • If a storm warning is in effect, minimize travel.

  • Bring pets inside during extreme cold.

  • Winterize your home.

  • Have plenty of drinking water to last several days without running water.

These are just a few tips, summarized from Click here for more tips.

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