The interior at Oak looks like it could pass as a Pacific Northwest-themed hiking supply store. We’re glad it’s not, because it would be super weird to tear into a burger and a beer next to a display of bungee cords and a cardboard cutout of someone on top of a cliff inhaling mountain air and holding an uneaten Nature Valley bar. If you haven’t already guessed, this pub-like spot specializes in burgers, but also has things like mac and cheese, chicken pot pie, salads, and a ridiculously good fried chicken sandwich. Mostly everything can be made vegan and/or gluten free, so it’s really a perfect place for everyone, even kids.
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