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  • Zen Zen Sushi & Teriyaki

    Zen Zen Sushi & Teriyaki
    Central Point: a city not traveled to by anyone other than those needing to fill up the gas tank and grab a bite to eat; a place to stop when you've spotted the "no rest area for 38 miles" sign and you've absolutely gotta use the bathroom. Drive down it's lowly streets, it's abandoned and gloomy atmosphere, and it's 1 road "downtown" area and you most likely will pass by my place of employment without even noticing it, a little gem and one of Central Point's newest restaurants that you'll surely regret not spotting!
  • Ma's Restaurant

    Ma's Restaurant
    Hear the name "Ma's" and you might conjure up the image of an old, large, greasy woman flipping pancakes and grumpily asking what you'd like to order, according to my boss; apparently the name didn't entice many customers in the early years. But prejudices finally subsided and people were pleased to discover that Ma's was actually a locally owned Chinese/Thai restaurant found right in the heart of downtown Central Point, and has now not only been thriving for the past 10+ years, but has been my place of employment for the last 3 of them.
  • The Haunted Brick Building (Central Point US)

    The Haunted Brick Building (Central Point US)
    This brick building, located in Central Point and built in 1908, was recently placed on the National Historical Society list as a building that cannot be torn down. But there is another side to this building that is just as interesting as it's looks and age...
  • Central Point

    Central Point
    The city of Central Point, located in Southern Oregon about 40 minutes from California, is home to just over 17,000 people. My parents moved us here when I was 3 years old in order to raise me in a clean environment, free of smog, with low crime rates and a good school system.