Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the airy and artful first-floor pub of McMenamins Hotel Oregon is an attractive rendezvous for a delicious meal. Built-in booths, individual tables, and an impressive 40-foot-long bar afford three comfortable seating options, and views of Third and Evans streets are prominent through the pub's prolific windows. Lighting most unusual completes the setting for memorable dining or a casual meeting over the glint of a fresh pint. Gatherings over a meal are certainly not unusual to this storied hotel. And although the restaurant used to be where the Paragon Pool Room is today, it was still a place where locals and travelers gathered for a well cooked meal made with ingredients raised on the proprietor's farm. By the 1950s, folks knew that the popular restaurant served up the best steak and seafood around. Like the Hotel's earlier eateries, McMenamins offers a variety of mouthwatering entrees ranging from hearty, Northwest-inspired classics to delicious daily specials.