Hungry? You’ve Come to the Right Place

Starting to feel that empty place in the belly? Cycling breeds an appetite and East Multnomah offers plenty of satisfying culinary opportunities. Enjoy a quick morning stop at a coffee shop or linger over local wine and four courses in the evening. It’s all available in East Multnomah County, with plenty of bike parking!

Plan your stay! It doesn’t matter whether you’re a fast food person or a foodie — there’s a lot of great food here in East Multnomah County. As you plan your time out here, be sure to look also at rides, lodging, and points of interest.

If you’re not finding the food type you’re craving, check out other businesses in East Multnomah County by perusing our Visitors Centers.

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  • Lee’s Garden Chinese Restaurant

    Long-standing, casual joint offering traditional Chinese and American staples to stay or to go.

    18330 S.E. Division St
    Gresham, OR 97030

    (503) 661-1604

  • Tollgate Inn

    Tollgate Inn is a family-oriented restaurant, that serves a wide range of American-based comfort foods. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days/week. They have everything from strawberry waffles to fresh-baked cinnamon rolls, mushroom Swiss burgers to hot roast beef sandwiches, and shrimp fettuccine to prime rib.

    38100 US-26
    Sandy, OR 97055

    (503) 668-8456

  • Sparky’s Pizza

    At Sparky’s Pizza, the dough is never frozen or premade, but made fresh daily formed by hand the old fashioned way. Pizzas are made with no trans fats. Fresh organic vegetables are used from the Northwest when available.

    38966 Proctor Blvd
    Sandy, OR 97055

    (503) 826-8866

  • Nuts on Sports Pizza

    Nuts On Sports provides an old style pizza parlor experience that is family friendly. Their pizza is made with fresh ingredients, and the dough is hand tossed. They also have fresh salads and sandwiches to choose from. They offer beer on tap and a selection of wine. There are several old school arcade games to play and even a big screen TV to watch all the games on.

    31265 S.E. Compton Road
    Boring, OR

    (503) 663-0622

  • Casie’s Cafe

    Local purveyors serving Gresham home-made healthier eats for breakfast and lunch. Perfect for vegans, vegetarians, omnivores, or gluten-free alternatives.

    835 N. Main Avenue
    Gresham, OR 97030

    (503) 492-6655

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Bike-Friendly Businesses

Ride up, hop off the bike, and lock it to the hitching post. Our local bike-friendly businesses are here for you.

  • A Cajun Life
  • Big Bear Market & Deli
  • Buddha Kat Winery
  • Cafe Delirium
  • Corbett Country Market
  • Frenzi Frozen Yogurt
  • Hoppy Brewer
  • Jazzy Bagels
  • McMenamins Edgefield
  • Nicholas Restaurant
  • Sunny Hans

Beer in Gresham, Troutdale
Beer, anyone?

Yes, we have beer too. After your ride, or even during your ride, you’ll find yourself close to one of our local establishments. Check our Eats tabs to find good options.

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Farmers Markets

East Multnomah is known for its farms, orchards, nurseries, vineyards, and more. Visit our Farmers Markets in season to sample the rich bounty.

Use Mass Transit

Getting to East Multnomah is easy — just head east from Portland! If you don’t want to ride or drive, the area is served by a very robust and bike-friendly mass transit system.



Sponsored by

Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center

1005 N Main Avenue, Suite 101
Gresham, OR 97030

503. 665.1131

About East Multnomah Cycling Hub

The East Multnomah Cycling Hub encompasses the cities of Gresham, Fairview, Wood Village, Troutdale, and the rural communities of Springdale and Corbett. Only a 20-minute commute from downtown Portland, East Multnomah County feels a thousand miles away, and offers incredible resources for biking and cycling, including miles of road biking and bike trails.

Here, you can become immersed in the world of the Cascades, smitten by green pastures and rolling farmland, or awed by the primordial forces that carved the Gorge and forged the landscape. Here, we work to sustain our nature so the generations that follow can appreciate what drew us here too. If you’re interested in biking and cycling on the road or on bike trails, come on out!