Where to eat and drink in Camas, Washington


Downtown Camas, just 20 miles east of Portland, provides the perfect setting for a day of dining and shopping – or a stopover on the way to the Columbia Gorge. This historic town’s restaurants, bars, and cafes serve dishes like sushi and Hawaiian fare, tacos on freshly made tortillas, and classic cocktails; they join the multitude of shops that dot the tree-lined streets, from olive oil and vinegars to olive oils and Navidi vinegars to soaps and handmade skin care products from Soap Chest. But Camas isn’t just about food and shopping: independent films and popular documentaries are shown daily on the two screens of the historic Liberty Theater.

Those stopping in Camas for a full day, weekend, or just for a quick lunch can find a fun place to grab a bite to eat or have a drink by browsing the map below. For a guide to Camas’ big brother’s dining options, Eater’s Vancouver’s map can help. Remember that the cards are not ranked; they are organized geographically.

Health experts regard restaurant meals as a high risk activity for the unvaccinated; the latest data on the delta variant indicate that it may pose a low to moderate risk for vaccinees, especially in high transmission areas. The latest directive from the CDC is here; find a COVID-19 vaccination site here.

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To note: The restaurants on this map are listed geographically.


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