What started out as a simple plan to open a bar has, over the years, bloomed, blossomed, spun and spiraled into something bigger. Whether it's a pint from the Power Station Pub or a seasonal meal at the Black Rabbit Restaurant, Edgefield has something to suit everyone's taste. Discover your new favorite spot below!

 

Black Rabbit Restaurant & Bar

Located in Edgefield's main lodge, the Black Rabbit is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Fantastic murals tracing the history of Edgefield and the Columbia River Gorge line the walls, and intimate booths encourage you to linger over a fine meal. Guests can choose from an innovative menu of Northwest cuisine and traditional favorites, as well as an expansive list of regional and local wines.

Black Rabbit Restaurant and Pub at Edgefield

Power Station Pub & Theater

A fun location for lunch, dinner or a movie, the Power Station Pub & Theater dates back back to 1911 when the property began life as the Multnomah County Poor Farm. Back then, the Power Station served as, you guessed it, the power station – the laundry and power facilities for this working farm.

Power Station Pub

Loading Dock Grill

Follow the scent of grilled fare to Edgefield's summer treasure during warmer months. Think European-style piazza. Think intimate New Orleans courtyard. Think outdoor garden oasis and you'll get a pretty good idea of what we're talking about – the ideal place to meet for a beer and some casual pub fare.

Loading Dock Grill at Edgefield

Black Rabbit House

The Black Rabbit House is named for the furry rabbit spied by the McMenamins family when originally touring the Poor Farm property as a prospect, which would become Edgefield. This bar is open seasonally and is surrounded by one-of-a-kind pipe and keg art. Duck in to order up handcrafted ales, wine and spirits at this wee gem.

Black Rabbit House at Edgefield

Jerry's Ice House

A wee thimble of a gathering place, Jerry's Ice House is another special gathering spot at Edgefield. The inspired grooves and jams of the Grateful Dead fill the air here, appreciated all the more with distilled spirits, handcrafted ales and wines, made just a short stroll away in Edgefield's onsite brewery, winery and distillery.

Jerry's Ice House at Edgefield

Lucky Staehly's Pool Hall

During the 1970s, when Edgefield functioned as an old folks' home, one of its most colorful characters was the inimitable Lucky Staehly. Though confined to a wheelchair, it didn't stop him from lifting weights, participating in (and winning!) events at the 1977 Oregon Wheel Chair Games, good-naturedly chasing women and, notably, becoming quite an accomplished pool player on the tables that once lined Edgefield's rec room.

Thus, we've christened our game and pool hall in honor of this stalwart fellow. Raise a glass to ol' Lucky as you check out our five pool tables, snooker table, dart boards, pinball machines, shuffle board, four televisions and juke box. Guests can enjoy our handcrafted ales, wines and spirits along with a unique menu from Edgefield's pizza kitchen. When it's cold and rainy out – or even when it's hot and sunny – head to the elegant confines of Lucky Staehly's.

Lucky Staehly's Pool Hall at Edgefield

Little Red Shed

The Shed is a cozy hideaway that's charming enough to have been created by J.R.R. Tolkien himself. Once serving as an incinerator in the property's poor farm days, this convivial pub comfortably seats up to 10 people. In here, guests relax by the glow of the fireplace and enjoy favorite McMenamins ales and distilled spirits, as well as guest liquors. Try a unique cocktail with our ‘wee drams’ offerings; pair these with our ‘wee bites.’

LIttle Red Shed at Edgefield

Distillery Bar

The Edgefield Distillery Bar sits under the same roof as the Distillery, on the property's southern border, in what was once a potato-shed-turned-horse-stables. With antique windows, a handsome back bar, intriguing pipe sculptures and a cozy woodstove, the Distillery Bar is a favorite gathering spot at Edgefield.

Distillery Bar at Edgefield

Tea House Bar

Introducing yet another spot to quench your thirst at Edgefield – the Tea House Bar, adjacent to Ruby's Spa and the soaking pool. Stop by to admire this lovely little spot, with its view of the pool landscaping and blazing floral pipe art! Choose from a selection of loose leaf teas, McMenamins ales, light food items, cocktails made with tea and more.

And if you're a guest of the hotel or Ruby's Spa, you're welcome to enjoy a drink inside the pool area – just imagine slipping into the saltwater with a cool Chardonnay, a Sunflower IPA or perhaps a Ginger Zap, made with hot ginger-hibiscus tea, fresh-squeezed lemon juice, a touch of honey and ginger-infused vodka. Ahhh....

Tea House Bar at Edgefield

Winery Tasting Room

A visit to the Edgefield Winery is unique in a region of the country world-renown for its wineries. Why is that? Because our operation is handled in the midst of public space! You can actually watch our vintners at work as you sit in our cool, dark and comfortable Tasting Room, enjoying a glass or bottle of wine. The Tasting Room offers free, live music by candlelight several nights a week.

Winery Tasting Room at Edgefield