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We discovered Falafel Republic last year during one of our visits to Ashland to watch plays at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and fell in love with the place. It has now become a regular haunt of ours when we are in town.
During our regular visits to Ashland, Oregon to watch plays at the amazing Oregon Shakespeare Festival we are always on the hunt for places to stay. I was excited to find a one-bed apartment on AirBnB on Church Street, which is only a 5-minute walk away from the main square in downtown Ashland and the Festival theatres.
During our last visit to town I had got us tickets for the Sunday matinee showing of the musical Hairspray ( the Festival does many non-Shakespeare plays). So, we needed to find somewhere to grab a bite to eat before our show. Pangea is a small cafe / restaurant along Ashland’s High Street serving soups, salads, wraps and paninis
Established in 2011, Ruby’s is nestled away from Ashland’s busy high street on the border of the Historic Railroad District. They feature a wide variety of breakfast burritos and eclectic lunch sandwiches, including many vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. Ruby’s also offers locally roasted organic coffee, espresso and a large selection of house-made refreshments (as well as beer, wine and cocktails).
Over the years we have stayed at several hotels and campsites, but in recent times we have preferred to find somewhere to crash out on airbnb.com. The most important factor for us is being able to walk into to town and the Shakespeare playhouses as parking can be a bit tricky.
The Pastel Rainbow is a funky trailer located in the very south of Ashland close to the I-5 (but you cannot hear it) in a compound with several other trailers that are also used for accommodation. (room / accommodation / hotel)