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Come in and join us for lunch.

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landshark

Daily drink specials!

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burger-vegie

Grilled veggie patty, Swiss cheese, guacamole, red onion, tomato and sprouts…. $7.99

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Fun atmosphere and engaging staff make dining at Wanker’s a fun experience.

chimichanga

One of our tavern favorites, this Chimichanga is most excellent.

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25+ Beer Taps at Wankers
  • Rotating Taps

  • Lagunitas Brown Shugga
  • Barley Brown Headshake Double IPA
  • Laurelwood Red Elephant
  • Cascade Lakes Hopsmake IPA
  • 7 Brides Black Cat Porter
  • Breakside Salted Carmel Stout
  • Shocktop Belgian Style White Ale
  • Persistant Taps

  • Budweiser
  • Bud Light
  • Pabst Blue Ribbon
  • Coors Light
  • Rolling Rock
  • Stella Artois
  • Stella Cidre
  • Rogue Dead Guy Ale
  • Widmer Droptop
  • Wanker's Outback Ale
  • Widmer Hefeweizen
  • Persistant Taps

  • Blue Moon
  • Deschutes Mirror Pond
  • Guinness Stout
  • Boneyard RPM IPA
  • Barley Brown Pallet Jack IPA
  • Breakside Wanderlust IPA
  • Ninkasi Total Domination IPA
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Party ON!

We have outrageous parties and love to have small groups celebrate their special event here. YOU can shock your friends by having your next party at the wankers corner Don't face another party at someones house where everyone stands around looking at the knicknacks while bumping into the coffee table.
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Merchandise

Man cannot subsist on food alone. Wankers cannot either. Support our establishment by buying a souvenir. T-shirts, hats, sweatshirts, boxers, panties, coffee cups, pint glasses, key chains, penlights and sunglasses are always for sale, and are shipped Worldwide. Take a look in our gift shop and pick up your official WANKERWEAR today!
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Damned near 85 years...

The original Wanker's Corner Saloon & Cafe was opened shortly after the repeal of prohibition in 1933. The head of Wankers kept collecting more and more antiques, junk, knick-knacks, Americana, Australiana, movie posters, and many unidentifiable objects. That space became too crowded and a move to a larger building was inevitable. Wilsonville was selected for it's charm and accessibility.

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