I never ate at any McMenamins before but my wife is familiar with them from Portland. Had fish and chips. Very disappointed. Gorton's maybe?????
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We are lucky to have a branch of the Mcmenamin club here in Centralia. It features food, drinks, a movie with unusual seating and dinner with your movie.
Great place to grab a brew and grub. Family friendly, my grandsons love their home made fries. Bring the family they also have movie's and provide lounge chairs. Truly a fun place for the entire family. Downside, pretty crowded most weekends.
I was riding in the STP bicycle ride from Seattle to Portland. This restaurant was recommended from other riders and my brother. My brother and I entered the restaurant and were told we had to search out a lady in particular clothes to check on...More
A great old bar now owned by McMenamins. Good food and drink plus some great local history to be shared. Once upon a time this was a "Men Only" saloon with a house of ill repute next door now converted into a movie theater and...More
Had dinner with a group of twelve in the upper room. Meal was pretty good, service acceptable and overall experience was nice. Had the pork tenderloin with nice glass of Pinot Noir which was paired well by our server
We stopped and had lunch here for a family funeral. We had planned to have a family dinner here, but he restaurant is not very accessible and my husband is in a power wheelchair. Would love to see them make it a bit more accessible....More
This is one of McMenamin's smaller restaurant/hotels & is certainly up to their always upscale standards. Quaint old place from The Prohibition Era that hasn't changed much. Atmosphere is just like the 1920's, great bar, good drinks, a lot of eye catching stained glass. Food...More
We've never been disappointed in any McMenamins & they are always in such neat old buildings that we usually opt for one, if we come across one on our travels. We stopped in for Happy Hour drinks & appetizers on a weekday & the place...More
Two adults and two children came on a Tuesday evening. We were told to seat ourselves and the only table for four we could find was a booth next to the bar area. Our drink orders were taken and we tried the Terminator Stout and...More