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Catering at Ambrosia is Back!
September, 2015

We're excited to announce that Ambrosia now offers full service catering. We'd love to be a part of your next event! Let's talk about how we can make your event exactly what you are envisioning!


Pan-Seared Sea Scallops at Ambrosia in Eugene is plated on a bed of risotto and topped with sun-dried tomato honey glaze along with arugula. (Collin Andrew/The Register-Guard)

Pan-Seared Sea Scallops at Ambrosia in Eugene is plated on a bed of risotto and topped with sun-dried tomato honey glaze along with arugula. (Collin Andrew/The Register-Guard)

"Sweet tastes of the sea"
Register Guard, May 20, 2015

For a fine-dining restaurateur and certified wine Sommelier who serves “food for the gods,” Armen Kevrekian is refreshingly down to earth.

He can tell which continent a wine comes from, the varietal of grape and perhaps even the vintage. Yet he’s anything but a snob when the subject of wine/food pairings comes up at his Ambrosia (“food for the gods”) Italian restaurant at 174 E. Broadway in Eugene. Read full article »


Longtime Ambrosia owner Armen Kevrekian says the restaurant has endured because it listens to its customers and pays attention to trends in food and wine. (Andy Nelson/The Register-Guard)

Longtime Ambrosia owner Armen Kevrekian says the restaurant has endured because it listens to its customers and pays attention to trends in food and wine. (Andy Nelson/The Register-Guard)

"Lasting Ambrosia"
Register Guard, May 6, 2015

Ambrosia Restaurant and Bar in Eugene, Italian favorites such as spaghetti Bolognese are popular, and so are finer cuts of meat, such as filet mignon.

The restaurant in downtown Eugene always has served classic dishes while also updating them to meet changing tastes, said Armen Kevrekian, who was owned the business for 28 years. Read full article »


After 26 years in business, Ambrosia Restaurant in Eugene, Oregon has updated their logo and signage. The restaurant has been gradually making updates that will seamlessly fit in with the historic downtown neighborhood.

After 26 years in business, Ambrosia Restaurant in Eugene, Oregon has updated their logo and signage. The restaurant has been gradually making updates that will seamlessly fit in with the historic downtown neighborhood.

"Gooseneck Sign Lights Add Pizzazz to Downtown Restaurant"
Register Guard, January 20, 2014

After 26 years of serving fine Italian food and wine in downtown Eugene, Oregon, the Ambrosia Restaurant was ready for a face lift. Owner Armen Kevrekian put art directors Elissa Kevrekian and Ray Burnham to the task in collaboration with the folks at Factory North, a branding studio in Portland. Their goal — a new and updated look but one that still fit in with their established historic neighborhood. Read full article »