One of the most unique places I have ever dined. It is a hardware store and a Public House (aka Pub). The high top in the bar is one of the most original, yet simple pieces I have seen that only this place can pull off. It is a piece of wood on top of two rows of wooden boxes that are then screwed into two old metal stools.
We sat on the outside side patio and enjoyed the cool ocean breeze. Halibut is really good, but not anything special. The items that they are famous for are salami, which is cured there, pulled pork, roastbeef. I also recommend the chicken corn chowder, which more similar oyster stew than chowder.
They have a nice selection of Oregon beer and servers are very knowledge.
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