Chapel Pub

You'll make a vow to return again and again...

On Thursdays, Steve Kerin entertains the Chapel by playing all your favorite songs, but in a way that you've never heard them before - on solo pipe organ!

We renovated the historic Little Chapel of the Chimes (circa 1932) into a community gathering spot, open daily for lunch, dinner and later on. On the main floor you'll find a pub and patio with seating for 100 people. Wander into the gift shop as well. The second floor is McMenamins' company headquarters offices.

While you're here, check out the beautiful ironwork throughout the property, fashioned by talented craftsman O.B. Dawson in the early 1930s. Look familiar? Perhaps because Dawson's work is also showcased at Timberline Lodge, the University of Oregon and Oregon State. You're also welcome to enjoy our company artists' quirky murals and portraits throughout, painted in homage to the building's history and former life.


 

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