Hours:
Thursday & Friday, 5 – 10 pm
Saturday, 4 – 10 pm
Closed Sunday – Wednesday

Masks are required indoors, except while eating and drinking.

Upcoming Events

Hammerhead's 36th Birthday
Tuesday, Jan 25
National Tot Day
Wednesday, Feb 02
Hogshead 20th Birthday
Sunday, Mar 06
St. Patrick's Day
Thursday, Mar 17

About Doctor's Office Bar

Former dental office-turned-convivial bar

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The Doctor's Office Bar salutes its former tenure as dental office for the Masonic Home residents. However, this festive space commemorates its even earlier role as the lodge's game room. 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 other games, and four flat-screen 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 (no drilling required).

Pinball was banned from the early 1940s to the mid-1970s in most of America's big cities. We think it's a fun pastime... test your skill!

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  • Hours:
    Thursday & Friday, 5 – 10 pm
    Saturday, 4 – 10 pm
    Closed Sunday – Wednesday

    Masks are required indoors, except while eating and drinking.

    Upcoming Events

    see all events
    Hammerhead's 36th Birthday
    Tuesday, January 25
    National Tot Day
    Wednesday, February 02
    Hogshead 20th Birthday
    Sunday, March 06
    St. Patrick's Day
    Thursday, March 17

    Former dental office-turned-convivial bar

    Menu

    The Doctor's Office Bar salutes its former tenure as dental office for the Masonic Home residents. However, this festive space commemorates its even earlier role as the lodge's game room. 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 other games, and four flat-screen 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 (no drilling required).

    Pinball was banned from the early 1940s to the mid-1970s in most of America's big cities. We think it's a fun pastime... test your skill!

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