Offering upscale elegance at a casual price, the Oswego Grill in Wilsonville is one of two locations for this local restaurant chain. Their “scratch made” food is sourced from fresh quality ingredients from the best the Northwest has to offer, such as their wood fired grilled Oregon Wild King Salmon or Chicken Marsala with local Yamhill mushrooms.Their Seasonal Fresh Sheets focus on the local availability of fresh quality product that each season brings. Sample some of their scratch made cuisine on their Happy Hour along with a handcrafted cocktail or Oregon craft beer or wine. Gluten free and Kids menus are also available. Happy Hour is offered 7 days a week, from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM and 9:00 PM to close with menu items between $2.99 and $6.99.
If you haven’t been to a McMenamins, you’re surely missing out on one of Oregon’s coolest drinking-meets-dining-meets-entertainment-meets-history-meets-art experience. And the Wilsonville Old Church & Pub won’t disappoint! Order up a Rubinator craft beer with a side of cajun tots and groove to live music or participate in a game of “geek” trivia. It all started in Oregon, but you can now find McMenamins’ locations throughout Washington, too. Most McMenamin locations offer overnight lodging, but in Wilsonville, you’ll just have to settle for an outdoor amphitheater with live music, restaurant, the Undercroft Bar, and an old 1911 church. Be sure to bring your McMenamins passport along to get your stamp (no purchase is necessary) where you can earn free food, exclusive merch and prizes, and the title of being a “Cosmic Tripster” if you complete the quest. You can also work on getting your special event cred by attending select McMenamins events like history talks at the Wilsonville location. Dogs are always welcome on the outdoor patio.