“famous prime rib in Eugene”
Oregon Electric Station is an award winning restaurant that has been rated as one of the best in the nation. Dine in the romantic atmosphere of an historic railroad dining car. The main section of the Oregon Electric Station is the original depot built in 1912. It contains three lounges where you may meet friends, enjoy live jazz, sports on satellite TV and order domestic or imported beverages from one of the largest back bars in Oregon. In its top year, 1920, the Oregon electric Railway had passenger earnings of $891,000. In 1932, this had shrunk to only $17,313. The Oregon Electric Railway was on its way out. Only six people came to the Public Utility Commission meeting held in 1933 to hear testimony that led to the discontinuation of passenger service by the Oregon Electric Railway. Since its peak, the Oregon Electric Station has been used as an office, storage space, and even as the Southwest Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. During these years, many surface changes were made to the building. The building has since been restored to its original luster. Great pains were taken to base all renovations on the original A.E. Doyle station designs. We hope you enjoy your visit to a functioning piece of Oregon history.
Great service, cool ambiance, house made pasta.
Dining in an old restored railcar, casual but nice place!
The Oregon Electric Station is a national historic landmark featuring antique railroad dining cars, a wine list of 250 selections and live music on weekends. The Oregon Electric Station is committed and dedicated to quality of product, ambience, and hospitality. Menus are globally inspired and artistically crafted, striving to use organic, sustainable and locally sourced ingredients. Specialties include prime rib, fresh seafood, homemade pasta, and vegetarian entrees.
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Oregon Electric Station
- Mon - Fri: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
- Sun, Sat: 4:30 pm - 11:00 pm
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