Most folks head to this sweetly nostalgic restaurant in the center of tiny and historic Oakland—18 mi north of Roseburg—for inexpensive lunch (including exceptionally good burgers) or to enjoy an old-fashioned soda or malt downstairs in the Victorian ice-cream parlor. On weekends, however, you can dine upstairs in the oak- and antiques-filled dining room on deftly prepared creative American cuisine. Try the wood-grilled salmon with a cremini-mustard sauce and herb
polenta cake, or filet mignon sourced from Oregon's famed Carlton Farms ranch. There's also an excellent Sunday brunch.