Oregon’s Favorite Main Street

Browse the gallery of photos to get the feel of McMinnville, Oregon’s charming, tree-lined and oh-so-strollable downtown, just steps away from your vacation house at 726 Fourth. Eclectic and unique shops, wine tasting rooms, food with rooftop views or tucked away in a side street—from BBQ to pastries, Spanish-inspired to Latin American, hearty soups and sandwiches to elegant French or casual pizza—so good and so close.

Third Street, recognized as “The West's Best Main Streets” by Sunset magazine or “Oregon’s Favorite Main Street,” draws visitors from around the country and globe. But don’t forget the Granary District, too. Across the railroad tracks and behind Buchanan Cellers is another area for food, coffee, brews, wineries and exploring.

Parades, markets and twinkly lights

May to October you’ll find a wonderful Farmers Market, Thursdays 1 to 6, on Cowls. Parades on Third Street draw locals and visitors—Santa’s Parade for the holidays; or a rowdy, out-of-this-world mix of bizarre costumes, bands and alien-inspired floats for the UFO Festival in May. Holidays also see the trees lining Third Street filled with lights, a beautiful sight on a winter evening.




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