Tuesday-Saturday, 4 pm to 9 pm
Happy Hour 4-6 pm, Dinner Menu at 5 pm
TO GO ORDERS AVAILABLE, CALL THE RESTAURANT at 541-637-0816
Please also feel free to walk right in. We can usually seat you right away; if not, enjoy a drink at our gorgeous bar, or shop next door. We can accommodate large parties and restaurant buyouts.
Food + Beverage
Our name may stand for food and beverage, but we offer a lot more. But we can't really put what "more" is into words. You will have to come experience it for yourself.
Can I try some of that?
Our menu is designed to be shared with friends and family (although it's hard sometimes).
Menu and prices are subject to change.
House drizzled Srirachi aioli, stacked on avocado on coconut rice
Pan seared U-8 (LARGE) from Maine, w/ tangy mano salso, house Tsai slaw
Coconut Mussels & Clams
Pan seared w/ coconut lemongrass broth, with dipping bread
Salmon w/ cucumber, garlic chili drizzle
Beet & Blueberry Salad
Roasted beets, blueberries, mozarella, radishes w/ arugula & chili vinagrette
Dirty Pork Fried Rice
Asiam honey pork belly w/ jasmine coconut lemon rice, carrots, chives, egg
Fresh Maine sashimi scallops w/ jalapeno citrus crudo
Smoothed out filet, touch of garlic oil, arugula and bread
Pork Belly Bites
Fried to perfection 2. house made honey BBQ glaze
To complement your meal enjoy a wine selection including Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Rosé. Order by the bottle or the glass. Themed cocktails are available, along with a local craft beer selection.
Sauteed spinach, local root veg hash, Vietnamese garlic glaze
Cooked to perfection, with honey glaze over coconut lemongrass rice
Braised Short Rib
Honey BBQ glaze, coconut lemongrass, fried rice, baby carrots
Whole Red Snapper
House speciality, served whole with a honey spice glaze on a bed of Coconut jasmine rice
Mango thai slaw, grilled baby bok choy
Housemade BBQ, fried pork belly, onions, carrots, cabbage, bok choy
24 (pork), 26 (prawns)
Wagyu New York
American Waygu, Snake River Gold label
MAKE A NIGHT OF IT
We now have outdoor seating, perfect for people watching on a pleasant summer evening. Look for the red umbrellas.
We are located near shops, bars and wine tasting rooms in beautiful historic downtown Roseburg. We frequently host live singers and musicians to compliment your meal. Stop in for a bite or drink and stay awhile. Life is short, why not make a night of it?
At FNB 632, we take atmosphere seriously. We have put deep thought into the details of our decor, from our one-of-a-kind wooden bartop sourced sustainably from Africa, to art from local award-winning photographers, and lighting that sets the scene for a night to remember.
We feature various talented musicians and singers on a rotating basis. Pop in with your group and let's make downtown Roseburg the place to be.
Perfect for large parties
Located in the heart of historic downtown Roseburg, our building boasts a beautiful brick facade, wide windows, and an upscale but approachable vibe.
We can accommodatelarge parties in our well-appointed, atmospheric dining hall. We also offer outside catering. Restaurant buyouts available.
Feel the historical magic
In 1906 the first floor of the northern third of the building was constructed for George Kohlhagen's meat market.
There have been only minor alterations to the building since its construction in the early 20th century.
George Kohlhagen (1864-1944) was born in Rochester, New York. He learned the butcher trade from his father, for whom he was named. Moving to Roseburg in 1892, he established a butcher shop on Cass Street, but moved the business to Jackson Street in 1906.
After venturing into the breeding and wholesaling of cattle and sheep, he soon became a leader of the trade in southwestern Oregon. He eventually owned three large ranches of over 1,000 acres each, a wholesale business, and two retail meat shops. Kohlhagen served as the Director of the Douglas National Bank and as president of the Douglas Building and Loan Association.
Many of the surviving commercial buildings in Roseburg's central business district were built and/or owned by Kohlhagen. The Kohlhagen Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
Make a reservation by phone at 541-637-0816 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a dining room for regular parties, as well as a separate room that can accommodate large parties. Restaurant buyouts available.
We also encourage you to just show up. We can usually seat you; if not, you are welcome to enjoy our bar seating area, or visit the shops next door.
Let's make downtown fun again.