AboutMenus & SpecialsOn TapKapu HutMutton RoomHistoryBeer To Go! Down by the river... This comfy, wood-built pub is an ideal place to sip a beer on a sunny day — or a rainy one. Overlooking one of the most serene stretches of the Willamette River, the North Bank's tiered inside seating and outside deck provide a beautiful, panoramic view, pairing perfectly with a cool pint. Originally built as the North Bank Restaurant in 1979, this point in the Willamette River was chosen 150 years ago for a crossing known as Skinner's Ferry. Our location provides a great spot to watch televised games – or turn your head away from the tube and watch the leaves falling on the river as boaters and bikers pass by. Menus Lunch Dinner Kids Beverage Catering Happy Hour & Specials Dessert Happy Hour served daily 3-6 p.m. & 10 p.m.-close Drink specials 3-6 p.m. & 10 p.m.-12 midnight No substitutions, additions, or to-go orders Minimum drink purchase of $2 per person Here at North Bank, menu selections are based on items from local and regional growers and producers (including Tillamook Cheese and Ice Cream, Pleasant Valley Pickles, Sheridan Fruit Company, Country Natural Beef and many others) in order to serve fresh pub fare. Try our house-made soups, salads and sandwiches. Gluten-free buns available! These light, crisp, locally made products are available for an additional charge with hamburgers and sandwiches - just ask your server. Please note: Although the bun is gluten-free, our kitchens are not. All Ales Wine Cider Chardonnay Common Working Class Edgefield Apple Cider Hammerhead Kris Kringle N.K.O.T.B. IPA Paint By Numbers IPA Pinot Gris Pomegranate Cider Ruby Teàrlag Terminator Stout White Rabbit Winter's Hollow Nut Brown Ziema Bruvet Have Your Get-Together at North Bank's Mutton Room Call (541) 343-5622 to make reservations Our ‘Mutton Room’ comfortably seats up to 30 people, we just ask that you make a reservation in advance for your group. This space is ideal to gather and enjoy food and handcrafted beverages from the standard pub menu. If it’s a popular night, other smaller groups may be seated in this space as well. The North Bank Pub dates only to the late 1970s, but its location has links all the way back to Eugene's earliest days. The pub stands along a lazy stretch of the Willamette River where in the 1850s, a ferry crossing was established by Eugene's founder, Eugene Skinner. Skinner's land claim on the opposite side of the Willamette evolved into Downtown Eugene. By the 1880s, Skinner's Ferry had given way to the more permanent Ferry Street Bridge, which today crosses the river at virtually the same location. From the late 1800s through the mid 1900s, the land now occupied by the pub and its neighbors, was used almost exclusively for agricultural purposes — a leading hop farm, cattle grazing, and vegetable cultivation. That's not to say developers didn't have an eye on the riverside land. In 1901, devoted angler and former Eugene mayor, J. H. McClung, platted the area as the Linton subdivision, but development came slow and sporadically. Early on, the Eugene Country Club was created on the back portion of McClung's subdivision, but many of the water's edge lots remained agricultural for decades to come. In 1979, The North Bank Pub became one of the first buildings constructed along this stretch of the Willamette. John Costello opened the restaurant in April of that year with riverside dining and live jazz by Eugene legend Emitt Williams and others. After a successful 21-year run, Costello handed over the torch to McMenamins, who reopened the North Bank on May 10, 2000. $9 Growler Mondays Head to any of our pubs, bring your 2-quart growler and have it filled with any regular McMenamins beer for $9 every Monday! You can also fill your growler with any McMenamins high gravity beer for $11. Brewmasters Reserve pricing will vary, ask your server for specific details. $14 Cider Wednesdays Clean out your growler and bring it in on a Wednesday for a fill of your choice of Edgefield Cider – regular apple or seasonal, both gluten-free – for the new lower price of $14! Regular price $16 - $25. Check out what's ON TAP on the free McMenamins app. On Tap To Go (not including growler or jar) Hard Cider To Go (not including growler or jar) 1 quart $8-$12.50 1 quart $9-$14 2 quarts $16-$25.00 2 quarts $18-$28 Half-Gallon Growlers We're offering these special 64-ounce growlers (think a glass moonshine jug) that are now engraved with many different company seasonal logos and other assorted graphics! Use it time and time again, or keep it as a memento from your visit. Available at all locations Cans To Go Our 16-ounce cans of our signature Ruby and Hammerhead are available to-go at all locations. Crack ‘em open and enjoy on the beach, in a backyard....bottle openers are no longer required. Ask about seasonal and limited-edition cans too. Crowlers Offered at our 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop, Cedar Hills and Cornelius Pass Roadhouse. Prices vary We're now offering Crowlers - a mashup of can and growler - in a 32-ounce vessel that we fill fresh from a tap of your choice and seal up to-go. Choose from our rotating taps of McMenamins' and guest breweries handcrafted offerings, including cider and high-gravity selections. Kegs/Cornelius Cans Prices vary • refundable keg and equipment deposits apply. At select breweries we can also fill Cornelius canisters. Call the brewery to make arrangements. You will need to bring your clean canister and leave it with the brewer for filling. You cannot just drop in and get a canister filled unannounced. Order a keg of McMenamins brew for your next party from one of our Oregon or Washington breweries! Different varieties are available at each location, so call ahead to see what beers are on hand. All sales are final. We do not offer refunds. Shipping Beer Now shipping to anywhere in Oregon Call the Edgefield Gift Shop to order: 503-492-5470 7 a.m.–7 p.m. Pacific Time Cans: $3 per can Plus shipping and handling Max 24 cans per order per state law Why can't you ship elsewhere? While Oregon law allows us to ship outside of the state, individual state laws prohibit us to ship beer directly to consumers.