Estacada businesses announce plans to open their doors
As Clackamas County enters the first phase of the COVID-19 reopening process, many Estacada locations have announced expansions to their operations. From seated dining at restaurants to gyms and salons opening their doors once again, here's a rundown of what's happening around town. This list will be updated as additional businesses announce plans.
The Viewpoint Restaurant & Lounge, 20189 S. Springwater Road: Open for dine in. Call 503-631-3400.
Eagle Creek Saloon, 25960 S.E. Eagle Creek Road: Open for dine in. Call 503-637-3269.
The Grind, 105 S.W. Highway 224: Open for dine in. Those interested should call ahead to reserve a space. Call 503-630-7700.
Sabor Latino, 255 S.W. Cedar Road: Open for dine in. Call 503-630-1973.
Granny's, 156 N.W. Sixth Ave.: Open for dine in. Call 503-630-2922.
Hitchin Post Pizza, 458 S.W. Second Ave.: Open for dine in. Call 503-630-6885.
The Cazadero, 352 S.W. Highway 211: Open for dine in starting Friday, May 29. Call 503-630-2900.
Trails Inn Cafe and Timber Room, 397 S. Broadway St.: Open for dine in starting Saturday, May 30. Call 503-630-3139.
The County Restaurant and Lounge, 341 N.E. Main St.: Open for dine in starting Monday, June 8. Call 503-630-6657.
Harmony, 221 S.W. Wade St.: Online orders will be available for curbside pickup every Saturday through the end of June. Starting Friday, July 3, the establishment will open its doors from Fridays through Sundays for takeout. Call 971-400-7987.
Stone Circle Cider, 36797 S.E. Kemp Road: Open for dine in. Call 503-826-7385.
Clackamas River Growlers, 367 S.E. Main St.: Open for dine in. Call 503-630-2739.
Fearless Brewing, 326 Broadway St.: Open for dine in. Call 503-630-2337.
Parlour Beaute Bar, 581 N.E. Main St.: Open. Call 503-630-2098.
Totally Unique Hair Design, 333 Broadway St.: Open. Call 971-219-5545.
Timber Town Fitness, 321 S.W. Highway 224: Reopens Monday, June 1. Call 503-630-5438.
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