Five Things You May Not Know About The 1882 Grille

by Sheryl Kelsh on July 6, 2020

in Featured Member

Burger from 1882 Grille

Summer is here and we are thrilled to see many of our eating and drinking establishments now open to serve the public. I cannot think of a more idyllic location to visit in Oregon Wine Country than America’s favorite Main Street in McMinnville, Oregon and home of the 1882 Grille. Located just 30 minutes from Portland or Salem makes it an easy afternoon dining destination.

  1. The 1882 Grille was recently merged with its sister restaurant The Barberry to streamline operations. The owners have taken the best menu items from both restaurants to feature going forward. The food is NW fresh and features locally sourced beef and produce and house made pasta. Some of my favorites include the Roasted Beet Salad, Fish and Chips and Grilled Salmon. The menu also includes a variety of Burgers, Salads, Pizzas and a children’s menu.
  2. The 1882 Grille reopened to welcome guests to dine in on June 4th. The spacious multi-level restaurant offers 5 heated patios that provide comfortably distanced dining options. Four of their patios are pet friendly.
  3. Sip on a seasonal craft cocktail, a glass of local wine or a cold draft beer while enjoying the view from the rooftop bar that overlooks McMinnville’s Main Street. The bar features a rotating tap list that you can check out online.
  4. The restaurant has much historic character. Although built in 2015 the owners repurposed as much wood as possible from the building they replaced. Be sure and check-out the unique bar top that was recycled from a bowling alley floor in Philomath, Oregon. The 1882 Grille was named after the year the City of McMinnville incorporated as a city.
  5. The restaurant is open Thursday through Saturday from 11 am to 9 pm, and Sunday from 9 am to 3 pm. Due to reduced seating availability, reservations are recommended and can be made here.

Cascade is proud to have the opportunity to feature our member the 1882 Grille, an amazing dining destination in the heart of Oregon’s Wine Country.

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