Dining and Drinking
Offering fine dining in a beautifully restored 1857 Victorian in downtown Dayton, the Joel Palmer House is a nationally acclaimed restaurant. Chef/owner Christopher Czarnecki, a 4th generation restaurateur, features wild mushroom and truffle themed regional cuisine combined with an extensive wine list of Oregon vintages. 600 Ferry St. (503) 864-2995.
Juanita’s taqueria offers everything from chile verde tacos to quesadillas and burritos, plus espresso and ice cream. Located right across from the playground in Courthouse Square Park, the taqueria has indoor and comfortable outdoor seating on wide sidewalks where you can watch the park activities as you enjoy their handmade corn tortilla tacos or a taco bowl, specials, and sides of cilantro rice, beans, and guacamole. 401 Ferry St. (503) 864-3000.
Lone Star is a BBQ Catering establishment offering slow smoked southern style cooking, burgers, and Tex-Mex, as well as Bartending. They make delicious BBQ, homemade soups and super stuffed potatoes. They cater events of all sizes.
312 Ferry St. (503) 864-4176. Open for catering only.
The By-pass is your local hometown bar, with weekly karaoke and live music. They invite you to join them for a great time of singing and dancing. Enjoy a game of pool at their two tables and weekday specials. Are you looking for food? Then try their great burgers or sandwiches. They use only Kobe Beef on all their burgers. Be sure to keep up on their events as they have Paint Nights, Naughty Ladies Bingo, Tap Take Overs, and much, much more! They have a very experienced and friendly staff who will make your experience one to remember. Come join their little piece of backroads Americana!
400 Ferry St. (503) 864-2224
Brick Hall is a welcoming communal event venue and dining space in downtown Dayton, in the heart of wine country, housed in a lovingly restored historic 1886 brick church on a lushly wooded town square in downtown Dayton, Oregon.
301 Main St. brickhall1886.com Open by private booking only.
A boutique winery located right in downtown Dayton, Seufert Winery specializes in single vineyard designated Pinot Noirs, so visitors can sample their way through the different areas of the Willamette AVA: Dundee Hills, Eola-Amity Hills, Yamhill-Carlton, McMinnville, Willamette Valley, and others.
303 Main Street, (503) 864-2946
This home store, located in Francis Square, mixes consigned estate pieces with upcycled and new items to create a fun, unexpected, comfortable furniture and home accessories store.
303 Main St. email@example.com. Open Fri/Sat 11-6; Sun 11-3. Check their Facebook page for current info.
This general store offers groceries, baked goods and other supplies, specializing in authentic Mexican grocery products.
308 Ferry Street, 503-864-4077.
Hair and Beauty
Dawnette Bowlin, a stylist in business since 2006 in the valley and in Portland, now offers cuts, color, treatments, nails, waxing, makeup and more in a historic building on Ferry Street. With a pedigree in Paul Mitchell, Dawnette’s slogan is “Big city style, small town feel” – and that is what she delivers. Dawnette wants every person that comes into her salon walking out feeling and looking their best. She puts her heart into her craft, and takes on every client, every project with Alacrity.
216 Ferry St. (503) 687-3043