McMenamins

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McMenamins
Private
IndustryHospitality, Microbrewery
Founded1983
Headquarters,
USA
Number of locations
54 (as of November 2016)[1]
Area served
Western Oregon Central Oregon and Washington
ProductsBeers, Wines, Cider, Distilled spirits, Coffee
Revenue$26.9 million (estimated as of 2007[2])
OwnerMike and Brian McMenamin (founders and majority owners[3])
Number of employees
2,600 (as of 2016[2])
Websitehttp://www.mcmenamins.com/

McMenamins is a family-owned chain of brewpubs, breweries, music venues, historic hotels, and theater pubs in the Pacific Northwest. According to the Brewers Association, McMenamins is one of the top 50 largest craft breweries in the United States.[4]

History[edit]

McMenamins was founded by brothers Mike and Brian McMenamin, who grew up in northeast Portland, Oregon.[3] They trace the beginning of McMenamins to the 1974 opening of Produce Row Café.[3]

Their first theater pub was the Mission Theatre & Pub (1987).[citation needed] The company then entered the broader hospitality business starting in 1990, when they converted a 74 acre site (that at one time served as the Multnomah County Poor Farm) into McMenamins Edgefield.[citation needed] By 1997, food accounted for over half of McMenamins' total sales.[5] The company opened its 55th location in April 2018.[6]

Locations[edit]

Lodging[edit]

Oregon[edit]

Crystal Hotel
Edgefield

Washington[edit]

Non-lodging[edit]

Oregon[edit]

  • 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop in Portland
  • Backstage Pub in Portland
  • Bagdad Theater & Pub in Portland
  • Barley Mill Pub in Portland
  • Blue Moon Tavern & Grill in Portland
  • Boon's Treasury in Salem
  • Broadway Pub in Portland
  • Cedar Hills in Beaverton
  • Chapel Pub in Portland
  • Cornelius Pass Roadhouse in Hillsboro
  • East 19th Street Cafe in Eugene
  • Fulton Pub & Brewery in Portland
  • Greater Trumps in Portland [Cigar pub]
  • Greenway Pub in Tigard
  • High Street Brewery & Cafe in Eugene
  • Highland Pub & Brewery in Gresham
  • Hillsdale Brewery & Public House in Portland
  • John Barleycorns in Tigard
  • Lighthouse Brewpub in Lincoln City
  • Mall 205 in Portland
  • Market Street Pub in Portland
  • McMenamins Corvallis in Corvallis
Mission Theater
  • Mission Theater in Portland
  • Monroe in Corvallis
  • Murray & Allen in Beaverton
  • North Bank in Eugene
  • Oak Hills Brewpub in Portland
  • Oregon City in Oregon City
  • Raleigh Hills Pub in Portland
  • Ram's Head Inn in Portland
  • Roseburg Station Pub & Brewery in Roseburg
  • Sherwood in Sherwood
  • St. Johns Theater and Pub in Portland
  • Sunnyside in Clackamas
  • Tavern & Pool in Portland
  • Thompson Brewery & Public House in Salem
  • West Linn in West Linn
  • Wilsonville Old Church & Pub in Wilsonville

Washington[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Map of Locations from the company's website
  2. ^ a b McMenamins, Inc. Profile from Hoover's
  3. ^ a b c Over One Million Served Archived 2003-12-27 at the Wayback Machine., a May 13, 1998 article in Willamette Week
  4. ^ Oregon places 4 breweries on list of nation’s 50 biggest beermakers, from an April 14, 2009 article from the Portland Business Journal
  5. ^ Crystal ball forecasts McMenamins' future, a January 1997 article from the Portland Business Journal
  6. ^ Hale, Jamie (April 21, 2018) [online date April 19]. "McMenamins opens at Kalama Harbor, its 55th location". The Oregonian. p. B10. Retrieved 2018-04-25.

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