Greenway Pub History

The Greenway Pub is a favorite stopping point on busy Scholls Ferry Road, but for most of its life this spot 8 miles west of Portland has had a relatively sleepy history. Long before becoming a pioneer McMenamins establishment, this site was part of the original land claim of another Oregon pioneer, Thomas McKay. McKay, with his wife Margaret, traveled overland to the Northwest in August 1852....

One review called the Greenway Pub "McMenamins's Center for Beer Education" — read more to find out why! 


 

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