Woodland's dining scene turned a shade greener when Mojo's opened with restored furnishings reportedly rescued from other businesses. The steaks, lamb shanks, and turkey pot pies all have their adherents, but if you're not into meat you'll find salmon and other seafood on the menu, along with vegetarian and even a few vegan items. There's a popular brunch on weekends. A friendly, stylish place, Mojo's rewards customers for also adopting green practices: ride a bike here,
and you'll receive 10% off your bill.
Apr 23, 2014
Was in Woodland to see a play at the Opera House and decided to grab lunch with my teenage son. I don't know Woodland very well so I yelped restaurants and saw that Kitchen428 already had good reviews. I was really excited to see that it is a farm to table restaurant, which I strongly support. We were greeted as soon as we walked in and seated right away. We were the only ones there but there were a few customers next door at Mojo's. (more customers
came in while we were dining, and we were there after the brunch/lunch crowd) We asked a few questions about the menu and our waiter was very helpful. I decided on the Grilled Portobello and Vegetables sandwich (vegan style-no cheese no butter) and upgraded the side salad to the Spinach Strawberry Salad. Got a yummy IPA to go with it all. My son ordered the Roast Beef French Dip sandwich with steak fries. He loved his sandwich. My sandwich was incredible. The focaccia bread was perfect, the mushroom was sliced and grilled so it wasn't just one big hunk of mushroom. The layers of veggies was perfect. The salad was delish, just the right amount of dressing and chevre. We were too full for dessert so didn't even look. The bill came tucked in an old book of poetry and guests had signed different pages. Very clever! I plan on bringing my husband up there for dinner soon!