Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Grants Pass. Grants Pass is a city in, and the county seat of, Josephine County, Oregon, United States. The city is located on Interstate 5, northwest of Medford. Attractions include the Rogue River, famous for its rafting, and the nearby Oregon Caves National Monument located 30 miles (48 km) south of the city. Grants Pass is 256 miles (412 km) south of Portland, the largest city in Oregon. The population was 34,533 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Grants Pass
4 based on 18 reviews
We used to stop in here for drinks and snacks occasionally and always just average. Their beer selection is the usual, needs help. The experience that will keep me from EVER going back will be the day I ordered over the phone. The person who answered was abrupt and unfriendly. I thought maybe they were just busy. I went over to pick up my order and was not even greeted when I sat at the bar. When I was noticed I said I was here to pick up my order, I was told it's not ready yet. No Problem. When it was ready I was charged over 21 bucks for a hamburger and fries. The so called waitress (who is really the bookkeeper) had doubled my order. I said as much as I would like to eat two hamburgers I did in fact only order one. She then argued and said that I did order two or she would not have made two. I then said if she had repeated the order back to me over the phone this would have been avoided. She was pissed and let me know it. I will never go back in this dive again. I wrote the owner a letter and sent it to his home address, guess what, he never even wrote back or called to apologize. There are much better places to eat in Grants Pass everyone.
3 based on 67 reviews
Walked in and there was a lot of open tables. They make you wait to be seated. The tattooed waitress looks over and letâs us know they will clean a table. We wait. Man walks over asks if we been helped, I tell him the girl said she was cleaning a table. The girl was talking to the sushi guys and her customers already eating. Another girl comes over and sits us at about 10 mins. Tattooed girl shows up and asks us about drinks. We just got water we barely opened our menu. No water is good. She leaves us and never comes back. She helps other tables around us, but doesnât take our order. 10 mins go by. The place is not busy or packed full. 3 wait staff can be seen. So I get up and we leave. One of the girls thanks us. I tell her why, we didnât get any food. She goes, didnât they take your order. No little one, we didnât get to order,so we will not return or recommend this place to anyone.
4 based on 40 reviews
I was a guest for lunch at the Rotary meeting. The lunch was very good. The food was served buffet style that included salad, fresh fruit and pizza. I like the format where one can choose how much you want. The setup for a business meeting worked quite well with the large meeting room, and a small stage with a microphone.
3 based on 128 reviews
Nice sized brewery great variety of beers. Atmosphere typical brewery. Good prices on their happy hour offerings, tacos great. Other menu items good as well. Decent variety of beers, but inconsistent. Did the flights. Some beers pretty nondescript . Nothing memorable. With the many brewery options, no strong motivation to return.
4 based on 30 reviews
Pizza, pasta, soup, salad, appetizers! 38 taps of beer, wine, & cider. Another 500+ bottles available. Full bar specializing in hard to find & rare whiskeys. Family friendly dining with separate bar area.
Great place to hang out with anyone. The menu is easy, salads, pasta, and pizza. Gluten free pasta and pizza also. You can make your own pasta and salad, picking all the pizza toppings. Simply and smart. Works for anyone. The best beer selection anywhere. Lots of bottles of beer and good ones on tap. Recommend for families, groups, date night. The outside of the place isnât very inviting. Much better once you step inside.
4 based on 29 reviews
Good selection of craft beers both draft and bottled. Something there for every taste. Unfortunately, can't say much for the pizzas... too small and burnt crust that was disappointing to a hungry crew.Service when we arrived was quick for the first round but the pizzas took a long time to arrive and the waitress never checked back to ask how it was.We would have sent them back but got tired of waiting and left.Might return for the brews but not for the food!
4 based on 109 reviews
The menu here has become an array of mostly fried foods, burgers and fries, plus other pub fare. They have awesome drinks, especially the Bloody Mary, loaded with veggies. They do fish and chips and seafood baskets well here. I usually have one or the other. I've tried to order the paprika chicken ("Night in Budapest"), but they never had it available on many visits. It's a fun place for friends or co-workers to gather and gab, drink, nosh and have a good time. Service can be slow if they are busy. Don't be in a hurry here, just relax and enjoy the new life of the old Grants Pass Steam Laundry with it's fascinating decor, or sit at a window table and watch people go by. We like Shelly and Eric a bunch and miss the menu and food from their previous restaurant, the Madd Moose. So, this is fine if we want to meet friends for a relaxing evening.
4 based on 118 reviews
Lots to like about this place - service was excellent, food was quite tasty, and a good selection of beers. The food selection is limited (pizza, burgers, bites) but quite affordable. I had some yummy spicy pork tacos ($3) and my wife had the mixed greens salad ($8) which was huge, along with some sliced chicken for another $3. What's more, they cater to those with gluten sensitivity - all clearly marked on the menu. And for the beer - they serve both their own brewed beers in 14 oz tulip glasses for $4 or guest beers for $5. Very casual place with indoor and outdoor seating. There is no table service - you order at the counter and they deliver the food to your table. This is not a fancy place so if you are looking for fine dining, look elsewhere.
4 based on 104 reviews
Cozy tavern style bistro with fresh food and great drinks. Lunch, Happy Hour, Dinner and Weekend Brunch. Serving only local NW beef from sustainable & free range ranches; Double R Ranch & Snake River Farms of Idaho. Great burgers, steak, seared ahi, halib
I put myself in the server's hands, and she recommended the Ahi Tower, and it was excellent. Points for her.This is a cute little bistro that offers decent food and a nice glass of wine, a welcome find in Grants Pass. It's worth getting away from the fast food plastic up by the highway to enjoy some of the ambiance of an old downtown.Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. It is very appreciated.
4 based on 278 reviews
We had dinner at The Laughing Clam on a weeknight and weâre so pleased with the food, the service and the fabulous local wine and beer. But what we loved most was the cheerful ambiance: no television screens! Kitchen staff singing along with the music!This area made us want to visit Grants Pass again.
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