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Sandwich Menu

 

Full Service Deli 
  • Over 200 domestic and imported cheeses

  • Daily soups and specials

  • Antibiotic and hormone-free deli meats

  • Espresso and Brew Dr. Kombucha on tap

  • Olive Bar

  • Fresh deli salads

Welcome!
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Hours of Operation:
Monday-Saturday 9am-8pm
Sunday 10am-6pm​
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Sandwiches Closing @ 5 Pm
June 11, 2024
*Soups are Subject to Change Throughout the Day*
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Kiva-Made
 Coconut Lentil
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Kiva-Made
 Chicken Dilly Rice
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Kiva-Made
  German Chicken Cabbage Apple 
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 LUNCH SPECIAL 
 CAESAR  Salad
 
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Grocery
  • Everyday staples

  • Products from over 72 countries around the world

  • Local packaged goods

  • Natural homecare products

  • Housewares and gifts

 

 

 

Meat & Dairy

 

  • Free-range chicken eggs from local farms year round

  • Local milk and yogurt 

  • Goat milk and dairy-free options

  • Duck and quail eggs when available

  • Grass-fed, antibiotic and hormone-free meats

 

 

 
Wine & Beer
 
  • Build your own six-pack of beer for 10% off

  • Local and no added sulfite options

  • Build your own wine case of 12 for 10% off

  • Special order a full case and get 15% off

  • European and Pacific Northwest vineyards 

  • Organic options

  • A great selection of microbrews and imports

The Kiva was started by George Brown as a bookstore in Eugene’s first mall, in 1970. It was a “Hippie Mall,” located in an old garage at the corner of East 11th Avenue and Oak Street in downtown Eugene. Other tenants in the mall included Lazar and Rosie Makyadath (Lazar’s Bazar, Shoeaholic), The Birkenstock Store and Golden Temple Foods, selling granola and Wah Guru Chew bars. There was a small restaurant, a tiny natural foods store, and the books.

 

George took over the grocery portion and slowly, slowly increased its size as other tenants moved out. Stocking this little natural food store involved weekly trips to Portland to purchase nuts, produce, and cheese; trips to California for dried produce and juice (from Mrs. Knudsen); and soap purchased directly out of Dr. Bronner’s garage. The store's shelves provided some of the first retail space for local favorites such as Toby's Family Foods and the Springfield Creamery.

 

In 1983 the Kiva moved to its current location at the corner of West 11th Ave and Olive Street, and in 2003 George and his wife Melissa became business partners. 

 

 

Health & Beauty

 

  • Extensive selection of vitamins and supplements

  • Homeopathic remedies and assortment of tinctures

  • Knowledgeable staff with years of experience

  • Natural bodycare products available in bulk

  • Natural hair dyes and henna

  • Essential oils

 

Organic Produce

 

  • Delivered fresh every day

  • Lane County farm direct 

  • Wildcrafted and wildharvested specialty items

  • Live sprouts

  • Fresh herbs

 

Bulk 

 

  • Baking essentials

  • Local coffees and teas

  • Spices and medicinal herbs

  • Honey, syrup, and oils

  • Pet food and detergents

 

 

 

Give a Kiva gift!

This link will take you to Yiftee.com, where you can simply purchase a Kiva gift certificate online!

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