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224 Ne 4th Ave, Camas, WA | Directions 9860745.585226 -122.405286
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I Dare you! – No...I Double dog dare you to find a better baked seafood pasta in all of portland and sw washington. Steaming hot, cheesseee, mouth-watering pasta, tender shrimp, and succulent scollops. Man ooooh Man! All in one dish.
Good Food – Great food, good size portions. Try the calzones, enough for two people!! Great service, and as always in Camas you will run into people you know. Twice we have ended up switching to some friend's tables! A nice unexpected surprise. Food is always consistant. you will not be disappointed.
Reviewer Luvstoluv is in the "Twilite Zone". – Reviewer luvstoluv must have gone to a different place or I'm assuming the Hash that they ordered was for breakfast. They do not serve breakfast at Twilite Pizza. Oh....maybe they had hash before than visited the restaurant. They appear to be the "Twilite Zone" with their review. It's very opposite from what they said.
Awesome Pizza and great service – So there we were, two families looking for a place to eat on memorial day. I remember friends talking about Twilight on Facebook and decided we'd give it a whorl. Wow! We were pleasantly surprised. Super unique menu and great ambiance. We shared a large Pizza and it fed 4 adults and 3 kids quite well. We got there version of a supreme and it was overloaded with toppings and super delicious! We will be back again for sure.
Great Evening for the 9 of us – It was a cool place.
Friends encouraged us to experience the New Camas and try Twilight Pizza Bistro, so we did. It was a great evening! The downtown area was charming (that's my wife's word). The food was excellent. Our pizza was 1/2 Good Karma and 1/2 The Jester. Loved it!
The staff was very friendly, service was quick, and they took our special requests "in stride".
We hadn't been to Camas for like 25+ years but after this experience we will be back soon. Very soon!
Good things happen at Twilight. – I've been coming here since my boss (a well-traveled, self-admitted wine snob) first invited me out for dinner here back in 2007. I've been coming back over and over because it's simply some of the best food in the area.
I usually get either the:
Mt. Hood (pepperoni, sausage, peppers, shrooms, onions, and olives)
or the Bill Murray (meatballs, mozzerella and cheddar!), but the last time I tried:
The Jester (BBQ and tomato sauce, pepperoni, canadian bacon, chicken, applewood smoked bacon, sausage, pineapple, garlic and honey (yes, honey!!!))
I was blown away by the flavors and decadence of The Jester. The toppings alone are a meal, but the mix of BBQ and red sauce is just mind-blowing. It's my new favorite. Their wine and beer selection is also the best in the area. They really take their time when choosing new beers to carry, and according to the owners, only beers that score a B+ or better on BeerAdvocate are really considered.
The owners are also very serious about the wine selections and have curated quite a collection of regional treasures and are always searching for that next local or exotic knockout wine. Once you see the lists, you'll understand.
The atmosphere has a warm elegance that invites families, couples and business folk alike to sit down and go to town on some top-notch eats. Local art adorns the candle-lt walls and lush drapes and treatments soften the edges letting even a frazzled family ease into a relaxing meal. There's even a cupboard filled with cards and games to pass the time while the pizza bakes.
If you live in the area and you've not experienced Twilight, I would urge you to make reservations for Saturday night during the live concert series, or to come by during happy hour to grab some quick and cheap eats. Bring the family or your sweetheart and make an evening of it!
Worst service ever! – The food was decent. The hash was a little salty so I asked the waitress for water. She said "Didnt I already ask you that?" I said "excuse me?" and she walked away. When she came back with the water I asked to speak with the manager. She said "For what? The food, bad service?" Then we waited for 20 minutes and the manager was never able to come out because appearently the cook and the front manager are the same person. I refused to pay for the hash and had another waitress take my payment. The asian waitress is still the rudest server I have ever encountered at a restaurant. DONT GO!!!!
We apologize for the negative experience. We stopped doing breakfast several months ago because we found that it just wasn't right for our restaurant and that we couldn't provide the kind of quality experience we expect for our guests. The server you speak of is a good server, and my guess is that she did not mean that as a rude statement, but more a comment to herself thinking she had not asked you that and felt badly for the omission. As far as her asking why you wanted to talk to management, that should have never happened. If you want to talk to management, you should get to talk to management. We have never before received a bad report regarding her service. However, everyone has a bad day, and this must have been hers, and this in no way lessens the fact that your experience of the restaurant proved to be less than what you should receive as our patron. For that, we greatly apologize. We hope that you will give us an opportunity to prove to you that we can do far better.
Great Atmosphere and food! – My husband and I decided to try out Twilight Pizza for our date night out. I had heard that they had really good pizza with all fresh ingredients.
We were immediately greeted and showed to a table. Our server was quite pleasant and gave us recommendations that helped us with our selection. I ordered the Mt. Hood pizza which is your combination pizza. The dough was perfect and the toppings were fresh.
The beer selection was great. They had a type of beer for everyone from the very light to the very dark. My husband and I had a great time there and we most definitely will go there again.
A hidden gem and an amazing treat! – I'd heard a lot about Twilight Pizza from a friend who lived in Camas for while. As a Vancouver resident, I don't make my way out to East Clark Co. very often so I had never been very inclined to make the trip in spite of my buddy's glowing review.
Boy, have I been missing out! Not only was the food everything I had been told and more, but the atmosphere and decor gave me the sense that I might not be in Clark Co. anymore.
Perhaps I'd found a wormhole to stupendous Italian dining along the river in Venice. Or maybe I had flashed back to a time where customer service was genuine and not contrived.
I could go all day about the Pizza, the staff and the restaurant we enjoyed today, but I would be neglecting the MOST AMAZING SURPRISE!
What if I told you that beer could taste like a chocolate smoothie? What if I told you that the same beer, brewed in Montana, could be poured over ice cream? Sounds different, eh? That's what I thought. At my friend's suggestion, I skeptically spooned into an ice cream beer float.
I don't remember what they called it. I just remember that it changed my life!
Kudos to you, Twilight! I'll be back!
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