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McMenamins Lighthouse Brewpub
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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4157 NE Hwy 101 Lincoln City, OR 97367
4157 Northeast Highway 101USOregonLincoln City97367
Brewpub, American RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Located at 4157 N. Highway 101, McMenamins Lighthouse Brewpub serves as a great destination for good drinks and good times. Known as Oregon’s first brewpub, we take pride in our specialty crafted drinks and friendly atmosphere. Visit our location or website today for more information!
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Light-filled, 2-story outpost of the McMenamins chain featuring house-brewed beer & pub grub.- Google
"Had fantastic beer and Scooby snacks here during happy hour!"
"Worst fish and chips and previously frozen, mediocre cheeseburger."
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Melanie Ostman
2 months ago
If you haven't tried a pint of Ruby, your life has been yet unfulfilled, or you may prefer a Terminator. Love this place since my first visit 20 years ago and now my children love it too!
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tyson oneill
a year ago
Probably one of the best burgers I have ever had( captain neon burger) so juicy with each bite that I took. With a side of some of the best cooked tater tots EVER! So F**king good highly recommended.
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Jacob Pratt
4 weeks ago
Delicious chowder bread bowl and very friendly staff
J Walt
a year ago
The Lighthouse Brewpub was a pleasant surprise. The Terminator chocolate milkshakes here are amazing. Food is very good--not the best, but will satisfy most standards. Our only issue was with the service. Our main waitress was only on her third day and seemed very poorly trained. Poor girl was trying her best and was very nice, but she lacked knowledge of many drinks/items on the menu and got a couple things wrong. At one point, a more seasoned male waiter came to attempt to correct one of her mistakes, but he was very rude to us (and slammed her incompetence at the same time). I chalk this up to just a coincidence that we got the new girl, I'm sure the service isn't always as sketchy. Overall, recommended.
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Lisa Marie Anderson
6 months ago
Had fantastic beer and Scooby snacks here during happy hour! Nice service and atmosphere on a rainy Wednesday afternoon.
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Todd Cary
a year ago
My wife and I are new visitors to Lincoln City and using Google+, we found McMenamins Brew Pub. Contrary to the experience of some, we were greeted immediately as we entered. Upon being seated, our waitress came to our booth within moments took our orders. We had an individual pizza and a gyro, both very tasty. On several occasions the waitress came by to make sure all was in order as well as answer some questions about the fresh hops beer we were enjoying. Next time we come to Lincoln City, we will visit the McMemamin's Lighthouse brew pub.
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Patrick Drewery
a year ago
Not the greatest food in the world, but very close. Love the decor & atmosphere. Service was good. Reccomended.
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Hovis Biddle
2 years ago
The best McMenamin's experience I have had. The batter on the halibut was very standard, but the fish was very good quality. The chef salad had lots of fresh tasties, and the house-made dressings were far better than standard fare. The Black Pearl Imperial Stout was great, but perhaps a trifle thin for a stout. The fall-seasoned porter was on the sweet side, but overall tasty. Service was a little slow, but not enough to annoy me. I plan on eating here again the next time I'm in Lincoln City.
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