Roberts Crossing

Roberts Crossing, 3635 River Road South, Salem

About Roberts Crossing
Roberts Crossing
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Average Price: $30 and under
Cuisine: American
Dress Code: Business Casual
v 4.9 miles from Salem center (as shown on map)
Roberts Crossing was originally built in 1916 as 'The Query Store'. Sometime in the 1940's it became known as the Roberts Store, because of its location in the Roberts Community. The current chapter began in 2009 as the idea of establishing the Roberts Crossing Restaurant by the Glodt Family. The Glodt family began in the restaurant business in the Portland area in the late 1930's. John Glodt opened his first restaurant in Salem, 'The Cupboard Cafe', downtown in 1946. The legacy continued with Jim Glodt opening J's Restaurant in Woodburn in 1967 and continues with J's Cafe in Monmouth. Now Jeff & Kelly wish to continue the next chapter with a combination of family recipes, hand made food, and seasonal fare. Much of the original building has been preserved and we invite you to come visit and enjoy how the histories have come together.
Roberts Crossing 3635 River Road South, Salem

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Roberts Crossing is #25 of 568 things to do in Salem

4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: suzanne0109, Salem
Mon 29 Jan, 2018
l We visited Roberts Crossing on a Friday night with reservations. The reservation clerk was very helpful when we told her that "open table" had shown the only seating available was at 8:00 pm. She...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: Vetgal9, Coos Bay, Oregon
Wed 24 Jan, 2018
l So glad we found this place! We got to have a mini date finally and happened upon Roberts Crossing in our search for something better than a chain or quick bite. Loved the food, beautiful...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: Blakesalemscuba, Salem, Oregon
Sun 24 Dec, 2017
l Nice atmosphere, bar area is good, almost everything we have ever ordered there has been really good. The best risotto and scallops ever. The desserts suck. The stakes are fantastic. The potatoes and...

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