Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in Oregon City. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. As the terminus of the famed Oregon Trail, Oregon City is rich in history as visitors discover when they explore the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, the historic McLoughlin District, or take a kayak tour of Willamette Falls. Oregon City also features the Oregon City Municipal Elevator, a “vertical main street” overlooking the robust selection of farmers’ markets, eateries, craft breweries and shops that line the downtown.
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3 based on 24 reviews
Nothing fancy, just a local hangout place that puts out great food for reasonable value. In a small shopping center, but worth finding, and EZ parking. Being on a lunch hour, it's important to have a place where the service is responsive and food is quick. WHS has that! Our plates were empty when they came and got them! Haven't tried the "Saloon" part yet, but based on my first visit, I'll be back.
4 based on 16 reviews
One of the best Ruebens I have had. (Even though part of the meat was ice cold and they had to re-make it , since I ordered it without the sauce/dressing)Beer prices were reasonable esp. considering a top band was playing without cover.Live Blues bands, often very crowded, hard to see band from bar, but sound is fine.A bit far for me so I don't get here often, Rueben was much better than I expected to find at this place, but I did not eat the fries. It has been a long time since this time that I have eaten here, but I think most of their food is very middle of the road.
4 based on 28 reviews
Midway Historic Public House provides breakfast, lunch and event room rental services to the Oregon City, OR area.
We went here in a semi-large group and it seemed like some loved their food, others did not care for their meals as much. What people liked....the pancakes, the Fries!!, the carolina pork sandwich. Others had other breakfast items and said they were just ok. So perhaps lunch/dinner is the way to go. The prices were about what you would expect for what you got. The lady there was really nice, but she was the only one there and went out for smoke breaks, so overall the service wasn't great. Might be back, might not...kind of a middle of the road experience. The best thing had by all were the fries...which were delicious.
4 based on 48 reviews
A primer dining experience in the heart of Downtown Oregon City. Hand prepared food, daily specials, and weekend features. A full bar with craft cocktails & 8 taps.
Went with a party of 6 girls for a little Christmas Celebration. It was an OK dinner, the waitress was lackluster and distracted and messed up drink orders, took a long time to deliver food, when it was delivered it wasn't correct but nothing huge. The food was OK, hit or miss. Burgers were good but the Bacon Mac and Cheese was not good. The dinner would have been OK not great but OK but then we asked the waitress to split the check at the end. She said no, when you made your reservation we told you that we dont split checks for parties of 6 or more. We explained that we didn't make a reservation so that was never told to us. Then she said we are not busy, I can do it, Then she came back a few minutes later and said her manager said no. We asked for her to bring the manager over who did come to our table and was very annoyed and rude and said it was their policy but they would split the check equally between the 6 ladies, she was not happy. Then when the check came back split it was split 5 ways not 6, charging 5 people more and one person nothing and adding a 18% gratuity. I asked for the gratuity to be removed and the charges fixed but was told no by the abrasive manager. It would have taken very little effort to be welcoming and courteous and fix this but instead we were treated very badly. Wont be going back.
4 based on 14 reviews
Located in the old train station in Oregon City, Oregon, this new eatery is a must for lunch (and probably dinner, too). My only visit has been for lunch but I will be there for dinner soon. My wife ordered an open-faced meatloaf sandwich with fries and split it with her twin sister. Their complements on the food continued until we left. I had a BLT with fries and found it delicious - even though I would have like wheat bread instead of sourdough, but that was not available. The entire restaurant has been refurbished from foundation to roof and it shows. New everything laid out in a bar, food area, and game room. I did not see any children during lunch but I am sure it is the kind of family friendly place where they would be welcome when waiting for a train to come by. The service was exceptional and very friendly. Even the owner stopped by our table and talk a bit. My only disappoint during the visit was that no trains came through while we were there. But Brian, the owner, has no control over that. All in all I highly recommend "Coasters Crossing" for your dining pleasure. And check out their other location, "Coasters Brew Pub" at 18650 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Milwaukie, Oregon.
4 based on 106 reviews
We love this McMenamins location! The outdoor setting is cool when the weather is nice, and we love indoors because of the extra long booths and funky, cozy settings. Staff has always been wonderful here.Burgers are delicious with homemade aioli and other unique creations that are quite amazing in flavor. Salads and quesedilla's are great, we especially love their large, shareable orders of fries and tots. Daily soups are homemade and seriously not to be missed. They rotate and if you happen to be lucky enough to make it on mushroom soup night you must have some, that night they topped it with a swirl of special pesto that out of this world.Right in the quaint part of downtown Oregon City, looking over the Willamette River on one side and next to the Courthouse courtyard, it's a sweet spot and has a parking lot area of it's own.
4 based on 64 reviews
Group lunch meeting on a Saturday. Fish Tacos were a big hit at our table. I had the Caesar salad with Blackened Salmon, which was very enjoyable. Our group sat in the upstairs section and appeared to get forgotten on a Saturday, although the service and food was very good. I will go again.
4 based on 99 reviews
Ranee's has been on our list to visit for a while now. It was pretty busy on Saturday about 9:30 am but we got a table before too long. It's nice they have couches to wait on. Our server, Melissa, was very friendly, helpful, and personable and came back several times to check on us.My wife and I have joined Weight Watchers so we have to count points, so we ordered the ala carte Garden Omelette, which started out to be pretty inexpensive. We were able to substitute spinach for the peppers (personal preference, not WW), and added baby shrimp (which turned out to be quite expensive -- $5 for each of us). It was delicious, though, and we thoroughly enjoyed it. My mother-in-law got the Strawberry French Toast (which was DEFINITELY not WW) but she said it was delicious.The place is pretty crowded but I understand they're going to be expanding into the spaces on both sides so that will be very nice. We enjoyed our experience, will recommend it to anyone else, and will probably come back.
4 based on 205 reviews
We stayed at the Rivershore Hotel for four nights and ended up eating breakfast and dinner at the Rivershore several times. Breakfast and dinner were really good. Great variety, nice wine selection. I really recommend the rack of lamb with cherries on it. Excellent!! Nice view of the Willamette. Great service. Highly recommended.
4 based on 206 reviews
Met family here for Scottish food. The atmosphere was great, the food fabulous, and the waitstaff was quite attentive. The whisky selection was impressive. Every appetizer we tried was excellent. Everyone enjoyed their main dish - eight out of eight thought their selection was excellent. We will be returning!
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