Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts

June 21, 22 & 23, 2013

During the month of June local restaurants support the Festival's anniversary with special dishes! Stop by and join the celebration.



We are honored that the following restaurants have agreed to partner this year with the festival.  During the month of June, they all have agreed to create a special dish in commemoration of how food has influenced art -thus our theme “SPOON


315 First Street, Lake Oswego

Discover a slice of old world France in this neighborhood bakery and café.  They feature French breads, pastries, sandwiches, quiches, savory entrees, salads, soups and premium coffee drinks. Stop in and linger over a café au lait and their commemorative  dish,  the St Honore L’Artiste , a French puff pastry filled with raspberries and cream.

Clarkediningweb.jpgCLARKE’S  RESTAURANT BAR

455 Second Street, Lake Oswego

Northwest dining with French , Italian and American accents on dishes.  This husband and wife team emphasizes a superb selection of Northwest wines and prides themselves on professional service. Stop by for bites at the bar during their happy hour or relax in the cozy and comfortable restaurant for dinner.  Be sure to ask for their commemorative dish, A palette of seasonal sorbets served in small ceramic spoons.


39 B Street, Lake Oswego

Neighborhood eatery and market serving breakfast and lunch.  This market features delicious , nutritious breakfasts, pastries, soups, salads, entrees and desserts made fresh daily. Come dine in the cozy café or grab some gourmet takeout.  Then again, why not do both .  Their highlighted dish for this year’s festival is “GP Spork Salad” consisting of Spinach and arugula with strawberries, goat cheese, spiced pecans and White Balsamic Vinaigrette. (Special note: a portion of the proceeds from this item will go to fund a summer 2013 class scholarship for a young person at Lakewood.)



149 A Avenue, Lake Oswego
Chef and owner Patrick Warner brings with him a true passion for food and feeding people. Scratch offers lunch and dinner , emphasizing on French cuisine. Here you will find uncommon food and a relaxed version of fine dining.  Chef Patrick has created a commemorative dish that consists of Crudités served in edible spoons Be sure to try it., you‘ll love it.


460 Fifth  Street, Lake Oswego
Winner of the 100th episode of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars, Crave has a mission to bring you the best gluten free cakes, cookies, cupcakes and cinnamon rolls. Tasting is believing,  and Crave serves up some seriously good cupcakes. The Bake Shops ceremonial dish for the festival is a Gluten free Raspberry Triffle .  Come try it, you will love it.



333 South State St , Lake Oswego
Small neighborhood market much like one you would rind on a street corner in Italy.   This Market , aka deli , is a  perfect destination to create an authentic Italian dinner or simply enjoy espresso, sandwiches, salad, or a fresh bowl of pasta  with a variety of sauces at the Trattoria. Nicoletta’s has decided to focus on the 50 years of the Festival’s existence.  In so doing they’re reaching to the latin numerical  version of 50 which is “L”.  Visit them for their special dishes honoring the “L” – “50” anniversary of the LOFOA. Come and partake in the “L” dishes , “L” Panini, “L” soup, “L”pasta  and many more.  You won’t be disappointed


18740 Willamette Drive, West Linn ( 2 miles out of lake Oswego)
Bugatti’s currently operates four restaurants in the Portland, Oregon  area; three casual/family friendly dining and their  original fine dining Ristorante location in the West Linn area. Their emphasis is on Italian dining. Stop by during their Happy Hour and try the special drink celebrating our 50th anniversary.



220 A Avenue – Lake Oswego

Tucci Ristorante in downtown Lake Oswego offers all the sophistication of Portland’s Pearl District, all the warmth of a cozy Italian hideaway, and all the best flavors of <>Italian style foods made with fresh Pacific Northwest ingredients.  All this complimented by a selection of artisanal Italian wines.  Salute!!!  Tucci will pay omage to the festival with the creation of  a cocktail called The Picasso . It  is  a blend of New Deal Gin, Orange Bitters, Marischino liquor Sweet Vermouth and an orange twist.  Perfect for a warm June afternoon or evening.

pizza-statestreet-inside.jpgPIZZA SCHMIZZA

31 South State  St., Lake  Oswego

Pizza Schmizza not only offers gluten free and dairy free pizza but they also add to your selection the traditional pizza.  Offering a NY style thin crust and a variety of toppings to choose from.  Best of all you can buy the pizza by the slice. The highlighted pizza for the festival will be the Cheese and Sausage pizza. Ask for extra cheese and make it really yummy.



June 21, 22, & 23, 2013

10:00 AM - 9:00 PM Friday & Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday

CLICK HERE for info on the 50th Annual Festival of the Arts

Please leave your pets at home. Service dogs are welcome.