Ironwork Grill

Named for – surprise – the intricate iron scrollwork that festoons the space, the Ironwork Grill serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, inspired by the vegetable garden just steps away from the kitchen. Eggs from resident chickens make their way into meals, and herbs flavor handcrafted cocktails as well as many delightful dishes from hearty steaks to crisp salads.

Wander through the space and peek into the past. Antique windows discovered in the basement of our Olympic Club Hotel in Centralia made their way to their new home here, where it seems they’ve always belonged.

McMenamins Ironwork Grill at Grand Lodge.

Pat's Corner

Stand on the front steps of the stately manor gazing across the lawn to take in gardens, trees and, just off to your right, Pat’s Corner. Namesake of the McMenamin brothers’ mom, it’s a year ‘round spot for great drinks, tasty meals (open for lunch & dinner) and music played by turntable – this is a vinyl-only bar, and the records come from Mike McMenamin’s collection. Your pup can join you outside at tables under the stars or gathered around a roaring fire.

Pat’s Corner serves Northwest-style pub fare that incorporates the freshest seasonal ingredients from local and regional growers and producers. Our pizza, soups and more are house-made, and seasonal specials are always a hit.

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Doctor's Office Bar

By name, the Doctor's Office bar salutes its former tenure as dental office for the Masonic Home residents. But inside it celebrates its even earlier role as the lodge's game room. It is anchored by an extraordinary 1860s German back bar stocked with McMenamins craft beer, wines and spirits, as well as the coveted Guinness on nitro. Keeping in the game tradition, this small bar offers pool tables, pinball, shuffleboard and others, alongside four TVs showing meets and matches, particularly football on Saturdays & Sundays. Visits here are just what the doctor ordered, with a dose of original art thrown in.

Fun fact: Pinball was banned from the early 1940s to the mid-1970s in most of America's big cities. Be a rebel, play a round!

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Bob's Bar

Named in honor of the McMenamin brothers' dad, this Lilliputian basement bar may remind you of a tiny European bistro. It’s a cozy place to meet up with friends on weekends, listening to free live music or folk music on vinyl. Take a moment to read Bob’s quotes writ large upon the walls, enjoying your beer even more so as you consider such notions as, “People who drink beer are intelligent, caring conversationalists and enjoy good company.”

Bob’s Bar offers Edgefield Winery vintages, McMenamins craft beer on tap and a menu to go with it all.

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Billy Scott Bar

Sip coffee by a window overlooking the gardens, curl up with a book by the fire, or enjoy evening cocktails, toasting to Billy Scott himself. Scott was a poet who lived at the lodge in the 1940s when it was a home for aging Masons. He was also among the very first class of students at University of Oregon when it opened for its first academic term in 1876.

When you arrive, you may pause a moment, thinking you’ve entered the wrong place – and time. Have you discovered your great grandparents’ cozy library? A professor’s study? A poet’s hideaway? Yes! to all of the above – and a convivial bar to boot.

Billy Scott Bar can be found on the second floor of the main manor.

Billy Scott Bar at Grand Lodge