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Springfield Eats from the Horn of Plenty

Published: November 21, 2019

Same Great Fare at New Main Street Location

Springfield, Ore."We’ve been eyeing downtown Springfield for several years now. Recently becoming more interested with the exciting and positive changes that we’ve seen. We are honored to be in good company with other great, well-established and recently opened, downtown businesses. The response has been extremely welcoming and positive in our first month of business," noted owner Nils Stark.

If you can't wait for the Cornucopia Main Street ribbon cutting, at 4 p.m. on Friday, December 13, then head to 521 Main Street daily between 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. to encounter Cornucopia's well-known fare. Additionally, the 13th marks the Second Friday Art Walk in downtown Springfield, so grab a bite to eat before or after experiencing the fantastic art walk.

A quarter century of experience has allowed Cornucopia to fine tune their menu and focus on burgers, sandwiches and more. With slightly different menu options, Cornucopia Main Street offers a full bar and local beers and wine on tap. Daily specials all week and half-price happy hour from 3-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Nils added, "We’re hoping to be adding some nightly events soon and considering opening for breakfast sometime in the future."

Located across the street from the Wildish Theater means that your date-night planning just became easier. Have a drink before the show and dinner after or vice-versa. Pick what works best for you and leave the rest to the professional staff at Cornucopia Main Street.

More about Cornucopia:

Nils Stark and Alison Albrecht originally opened the Cornucopia Bottle Market on Monroe Street in 1993, and created a popular neighborhood hub for exploring beer and wine. That success led to their 1999 purchase of the 17th and Lincoln property where, equipped with a kitchen in the converted home, they realized their dream of opening a restaurant and pub.

The next decade saw the sale of their original bottle shop, followed by their 2009 partnership with Phil Calandra to open the second restaurant with an emphasis on a full cocktail bar, an expanded kitchen and menu, and their famously friendly service.

Contact: Nils Stark, Office 541-485-2300 ext. 3, Cell 541-337-6940, nils@cornucopiaeugene.com

Author: Andy Vobora

Vice-President of Stakeholder Relations, Travel Lane County
541.743.8770; 800.547.5445

Andy@EugeneCascadesCoast.org

Travel Lane County markets and promotes the Eugene, Cascades and Coast region as a destination for travel, conventions, sports, meetings and events. It serves as a private, nonprofit association dedicated to economic development through visitor spending, which pumped more than $676 million into Lane County, Oregon's economy in 2017. EugeneCascadesCoast.org