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HOMESTEAD CAFE H�mestead Cafe 541-943-3187 331 Hwy 31 Paisley, OR. 97636 Menu items include omelets and pancakes; a bacon and cheese burger; a cowboy burger that has cheese, ham, and an egg; a Teriyaki-mushroom burger that is smothered in sautéed onions and mushrooms; chicken breast and chicken-salad sandwiches; a triple deck club sandwich with ham, turkey, and bacon; pizza; chicken-fried and ribeye steaks; and all lunch and dinner meals come with soup, salad, or fries. Homestead is also known for its desserts like homemade cinnamon rolls and too many pies to list, including apple, peach, pecan, and lemon meringue, “If you leave here hungry, then it’s your fault,” added Hall. Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. in summer seven days a week A culinary adventure awaits at the Homestead Café where all the food is fresh, homemade, and absolutely delicious. “Our roasts, turkey, and ham are unprocessed, our burgers are handmade and charbroiled, and our Oreo shakes and strawberry-banana smoothies are very popular,” explained owner Rose Hall. DID YOU KNOW? 331 Highway 31 Paisley, OR 97636 Phone: 541-943-3187 Covered Wagon © Chris Coglietti The Oregon Trail was a wagon road stretching 2170 miles from Missouri to Oregon's Willamette Valley. It was not a road in any modern sense, only parallel ruts leading across endless prairie, sagebrush desert, and mountains. From the 1840s through the 1880s, thousands trekked westward, carrying only a few belonging and supplies for the journey, and settling on the western frontier, forever changing the http://www.blm.gov/or/oregontrail/history-basics.php American West. 94 OREGON TRAVEL AND RECREATION GUIDE