Bombs Away Cafe Corvallis Oregon Bombs Away Cafe Interior

Where to

Find Us:

2527 NW Monroe Ave.
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 757-7221


We’re Open:

Monday thru Friday
11am – Midnight
Sat.: 5pm – Midnight

Daily Specials

The Place to Meet Your Friends

For more than 20 years, Bombs Away Café has been a vibrant part of the Corvallis and Oregon State University campus communities.

Serving Southwestern fare with a Northwest twist, we consistently deliver excellent food, made with local ingredients, at affordable prices. We offer a wide selection of local microbrews, the region’s largest variety of tequila, and a fantastic selection of cocktails in our spacious front room and the intimate Back Alley!

We are committed to the arts, as evidenced by our support for the best live local and national music, and our galleries showcasing Oregon’s best visual artists. Bombs is your place to eat, drink, dance and just enjoy time with friends and co-workers.

Contact Us

MUSIC CONTACT: See our booking details

Featured Music

Oct 24


9:30 p – $10
Fruition Official Website
What can you say about these guys? Bluegrass? Americana? Rock? Blues? Seriously. What you need to know is the longer you wait to see this Portland band, the harder it will be to see them in a small joint.

Oct 25

Bubble Cats + Violent Psalms + Taylor Humfeld (of Radion)

9p, $3
Bubble Cats on
“Flying through fast shredding guitar riffs and screeching solos like four horsemen on amphets’, Portland’s Bubble Cats sure know how to shake it up in their outbursts of soulful garage punk. The distorted vocals, resembling in dramatic intensity Pixies’ Black Francis’ screams of despair, build upon a racing rhythm section a shambolic, and most electrifying style a la Reatards. It’s alive, sounds like teenage fire, and if anything is certainly worth a trip down to the club to bang your head and break a sweat” – Tracy Mamoun, The Deli Magazine

Violent Psalms on
At their core, Violent Psalms is merely a loud rock band from Portland, Oregon—that is, until you sit down and listen to the songs. Taking cues from forefathers like, Sebadoh, Centro-matic and Pedro the Lion, each song is an intimate account of harrowing tales wrapped up in a rock and roll package. As each song digs deeper into the depths of humanity, it demands your attention, forcing you to consider the complex—doubt, fear, love, loneliness, despair, love, joy, death are weaved throughout each sonic vignette. There’s not a lot of fluff. Each song is stripped down to the bare essentials—a brick wall of gritty, teeth-grinding guitars backed by bombastic drums and thunder-inducing basslines propelled by gut-wrenchingly honest songwriting.

Taylor Humfeld on
Taylor fronts local van-rock band Radion with the most reckless abandon you’re likely to walk away from without bleeding. While others have smashed guitars to imitate smashing the state, lampoon the corporate nature of their “art”, or because Kurt Cobain did it, Humfeld smashes his instruments because he’s leaving you before you can leave him. Or maybe it just sounds better that way. Here in his stripped down, beyond-naked solo performance, you’re unlikely to be impaled by an airborne Fender mustang neck, but you might wish you were when the emotional shrapnel hits. Yes, you will leave in tears, but guess what? Dead people don’t cry.

Oct 29

Steve Sever

7:30p, Free
Steve Sever is a long-time Corvallis resident who’s leaving the band at home and breaking out the acoustic guitar to play and sing a variety of original and cover tunes on this fine Wednesday night. Friendly tunes from a real friendly guy.

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Featured Artist

Local Artist: Jeremy Fisher

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