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    We're Open for Dine-In Service!

Hours:
Open daily, noon – 10 pm

Delivery coming soon

How we're protecting employees and customers

Now open for dine-in service! Reservations highly recommended.

About Oregon City

The west's first city and the west's best beer

This pub is located in the first incorporated city west of the Rocky Mountains: Oregon City, a town that dates back to 1829. Located within a historic building, a popular church from the turn of the century, McMenamins Oregon City is also a favorite lunch spot for judges from the neighboring courthouse. Talk about your mixin' of church and state! You may even feel "enlightened" enjoying a beautiful summer day on our outdoor patio.

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Menu

We offer 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 menu option - ask your server for details. 

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.

History

Pub with a pioneer history

The low-slung, atmospheric Oregon City Pub sits in the shadow of the graceful arch of the Oregon City Bridge, and was born as the old St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The building dates back to 1930, but its associated history reaches back much further. 

In the early 1860s, St. Paul's was known as "the rebel church." Democrats and Republicans of Oregon City were at great odds over the politics of the Civil War. Not surprisingly, when the local Congregational minister began infusing pro-Republican rhetoric into his sermons; Democrats were quick to walk out. Many of these Congregational "expatriots" joined St. Paul's because Episcopal ministers were forbidden to preach politics in the pulpit.

Today, the pub is also likely to be the locus of fun and good spirits, instead of politics. And for the McMenamins restoration of the building into a vibrant pub, we've made use of historic photos and original artwork that give locals and newcomers alike a sense of the building's storied past.

Oregon City's 20th Anniversary History (2015)

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    We're Open for Dine-In Service!

  • Hours:
    Open daily, noon – 10 pm

    Delivery coming soon

    How we're protecting employees and customers

    Now open for dine-in service! Reservations highly recommended.

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    The west's first city and the west's best beer

    This pub is located in the first incorporated city west of the Rocky Mountains: Oregon City, a town that dates back to 1829. Located within a historic building, a popular church from the turn of the century, McMenamins Oregon City is also a favorite lunch spot for judges from the neighboring courthouse. Talk about your mixin' of church and state! You may even feel "enlightened" enjoying a beautiful summer day on our outdoor patio.

  • Menus

    Menu

    We offer 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 menu option - ask your server for details. 

    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.

  • Pub with a pioneer history

    The low-slung, atmospheric Oregon City Pub sits in the shadow of the graceful arch of the Oregon City Bridge, and was born as the old St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The building dates back to 1930, but its associated history reaches back much further. 

    In the early 1860s, St. Paul's was known as "the rebel church." Democrats and Republicans of Oregon City were at great odds over the politics of the Civil War. Not surprisingly, when the local Congregational minister began infusing pro-Republican rhetoric into his sermons; Democrats were quick to walk out. Many of these Congregational "expatriots" joined St. Paul's because Episcopal ministers were forbidden to preach politics in the pulpit.

    Today, the pub is also likely to be the locus of fun and good spirits, instead of politics. And for the McMenamins restoration of the building into a vibrant pub, we've made use of historic photos and original artwork that give locals and newcomers alike a sense of the building's storied past.

    Oregon City's 20th Anniversary History (2015)

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