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For over 35 years Tina Wiltsey Trevizo has owned and operated The Raven Bar and Grill in Woodburn Oregon, which was formerly owned by her late mother Janice Isom for 5 years before that. At an early age Tina was an eager and motivated entrepreneur who dove in head first with big dreams of turning the rough and tumble establishment into a home away from home for the Woodburn community. By its bootstraps, Tina pulled The Raven into a successful establishment by learning everything there was to know about running a bar and restaurant, responding to the needs of the local community and making some important staff changes. 

One of Tina’s first hires was bartender, Tracy Yazzolino who still today, over 35 years later is a loyal employee and manager of The Raven. Over the years The Raven has seen many changes including interior renovations, new modern feel and a wide selection specialty cocktails. One of the main attractions is the Oregon lottery and video poker machines with the Platinum games. You could say Tina found her calling in the bar and restaurant industry and after 15 years of running a successful business at The Raven, she embarked on a journey to help others find the same success she had found by starting Wiltsey and Associates Inc., a Commercial Real Estate Business specializing in buying and selling bars and restaurants. Tina successfully runs both businesses and takes pride in the family like feel The Raven now proudly boasts. Stop by The Raven for daily specials, football, lottery and Tracy’s famous Micheladas. 

Contact us

Address: 262 N Pacific Hwy  Woodburn, OR 97071

Hours:
Our new hours are 10 am until 10 pm. Due to COVID-19 restriction by the Governor.  We WILL be extending hours once we get approval.

7 days a week 

Call:  503‐982‐2951 

UPDATED:  We have totally redone our bar and added Vegas Style seating for comfort, have the new lottery machine and have a new trendy look.  We have thoroughly cleaned our establishment and have done several things to prevent our staff and patrons from the COVID-19. We have spaced all of our tables and lottery machines 6 ft apart, have sanitizers at the entrance of both doors, have trained our employees on the new procedures and will have our staff wearing gloves and masks daily.