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Shopping | Eat & Drink | Places to Stay

Welcome to Downtown Ontario, Oregon

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Things are better in Downtown Ontario

Ontario offers many downtown shopping options and you are sure to find what you are looking for by browsing the streets of downtown Ontario, Oregon. When staying in Ontario, be sure to ask if you are situated conveniently downtown which can put you in walking distance of your favorite shops. It's easy to find your favorite dining cuisine by searching for Ontario restaurants.

Just remember that whatever you decide to do that "Things are better downtown!"





Places to Eat & Drink

Pho Mai Vietnamese Restaurant
490 East Lane
Downtown Ontario


Tacos Dos Hermanos
176 Sw 4th Avenue
Downtown Ontario


Taco Mi Ranchito
252 South Oregon St
Downtown Ontario


Kristy's Diner
1281 Sw 4th Avenue
Downtown Ontario


Mongolian Express Restaurant
1182 Sw 4th Avenue
Downtown Ontario


Ogawa's
375 East Idaho Avenue
Downtown Ontario


Killion's
830 Se 1st Avenue
Downtown Ontario


Taco Time
1657 East Idaho Avenue
Downtown Ontario


Midget Mary's Lounge
111 Sw 1st St
Downtown Ontario


Carl's Jr
1617 East Idaho Avenue
Downtown Ontario


Sanchez Salvador
1145 Lucky Lane
Downtown Ontario


Plaza Inn Restaurant
812 Sw 4th Avenue
Downtown Ontario


Wok on
293 Sw 13th St
Downtown Ontario


Plaza Inn Restaurant
1447 Westpark Plaza
Downtown Ontario


Winners Horseshoe Park
1888 North Park Boulevard
Downtown Ontario


Places to Stay

Americas Best Value Inn
266 NE Goodfellow St.
Downtown Ontario

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Ontario
212 Se 10th St
Downtown Ontario

Sleep Inn Ontario
1221 Se 1st Ct
Downtown Ontario

BEST WESTERN PLUS INN AND STES
251 NE Goodfellow Street
Downtown Ontario

Rodeway Inn Ontario
615 E Idaho Ave
Downtown Ontario

Clarion Inn Ontario
1249 Tapadera Ave
Downtown Ontario

Stockmans Motel
81 South West 1st Avenue
Downtown Ontario

We Love Downtown

Randy Mazzocco
Iam on my way next month

Gen McClelland
going for my 1st visit in beginning of August

Dora keltner
Quaint, small town friendly atmosphere.

Crstal Howley
Hoping to enjoy your downtown. This is my first trip!!!

Kimberly Carter
Becuz it's fun

Deborah
Jacksonville is utterly charming! I love browsing Terra Firma and Pickety Place, eating delicious Umi Sushi, and sitting under the amazing wisteria in the Bella Union garden. I always go to the library in that sweet little building, where Lauren the librarian knows me by name (and recommends good books). The Good Bean people are awfully nice, and even the clerks at Umpqua Bank are especially kind and friendly. Best little downtown ever!

Debi
We will be making our first visit to downtown Grant's Pass and would love to have a discount card to use while shopping there.

Sharon Wright
I like the idea of downtown merchants being more visible and that they are locally owned and operated. It's great to see what's available downtown and I look forward to the discounts as well. Being a history buff, I love see the architecture as it was back in the day which is lost in modern buildings. Downtown is charming, inviting and quaint!

Robby
High quality group of restaurants and wonderful shops! Authentic old fashioned down-town atmosphere brings it all together very well.

Darby
Visiting in July for the 1st time!

Taylor Stainbrook
I've never been to Spicewood but my sisters and I will be coming on June 2nd for a sister vacay weekend.

Crystal Wood
Always rich in diversity and intriguing in atmosphere, it's busy, lively and full of color and wonderful aromas! A great experience for the senses.

Jeremy Holmes
Supporting small business downtown is a very real way to support your local community. Downtown businesses are locals, like us.

Kathleen Zimmerman
I get the best of both worlds of big city living and upper peninsula awareness.

Mike Adamski
Love shopping for unique finds and supporting local shops!

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