The first microbrewery in Eugene since the days of Prohibition, the High Street Brewery & Cafe is housed in a renovated 1900s house on the fringes of the city's center, complete with a backyard beer garden where ales are enjoyed under the shade of fir, ash, hawthorn and tulip trees in the summer (warmth provided by an outdoor fire pit in winter).
Our comfortable and enjoyable atmosphere appeals to people of all ages and from all walks of life. Our cafe is adorned with original McMenamins artwork on our walls, doors and equipment.
One of Eugene's smallest breweries, High Street produces some of Oregon's finest ales. Our limited-release handcrafted brews, like Heavy Hand and the aggressively hopped Poweramp IPA, don't last long (once the word gets out). McMenamins' pubs are truly places for families and friends, as they have been since 1983. Inside all of our places inspired artwork abounds and cozy booths and long, family-style tables invite folks of all ages to enjoy great conversation over a hearty meal and the glint of a fresh pint. We produce a whopping 200-plus ales each year which means you'll always have a wide selection to choose from. Classics such as raspberry-tinged Ruby, medium-bodied Hammerhead and dark, strong Terminator Stout are always available. Edgefield wines and spirits round out the choices and, if that wasn't enough, our menus feature classic pub fare with a Northwest kick! Choices range from sensational salads and wonderfully cheesy pastas to generous burgers made with naturally grown, hormone free beef from Oregon Country Beef. Tempting weekly specials round out the offerings -- be sure to ask your server for details.
1485 E. 19th Ave. - Eugene, OR 97403
Perched on the lively campus of the University of Oregon, near Mac Court, the East 19th Street Café is right in line with the latter-day-hippie vibe at U of O. Outside our front door is one of the first original peace poles, reading "May Peace Prevail on Earth" in four different languages including what has been described as "animal language." Animals, huh? Well, they did shoot the classic Belushi comedy Animal House at U of O didn't they? It all makes sense to us.
We offer snooker and pool tables, pinball, darts, a Round Oak woodstove, mahogany deck, original artwork by McMenamins artists Joe Cotter, Kolieha Bush and Dawn Phelps McConnell, sliding doors and windows to enjoy the warm weather and more.
22 Club Rd. - Eugene, OR 97401
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.