Come visit Terminal Gravity and have a taste of exceptional pub cuisine and microbrews from this neck of the woods. Enjoy the outdoor seating among the aspens and play on the volleyball court.
The Blue is back!
The Blue has been closed for quite a while, so we didn't notice it was open for a while, but one day we decided to stop for breakfast, and it was really good! Lots of food, and the staff was friendly. We recommend its laid back atmosphere and good food.
Great craft beer, appetizers, and burgers
Great burgers with wonderful smokey taste -- hickory? Mesquite? -- with craft brews and fries and free entertainment during summer months. Ordered appetizers and beer while we waited on a beautiful August evening. We had the marinated vegetables and a plate of fires -- both outstanding. Will check it out again next time we are in the area!
Hidden from the highway
Excited to try this local pub after several recommendations, our server was great, very friendly and helpful. Our food was decent, but not great. Only had an option to sit outside in the smoke, with a ton of flies and yellowjackets pestering us the entire time. It is kinda hidden so watch for the signs from the highway.
Good sandwich but the potato salad was inedible
We found this place on the fly as we came into the Wallawa Valley. It is a charming spot with tables on the lawn around a little stream with the mountains around the beautiful valley seen through the trees. We are not beer drinkers so we can't speak to the quality of the brews - I'll leave that to other reviewers. The place was busy even though it was about 2 PM on a Thursday afternoon. Service was a bit slow, but it was a pretty place, so we chilled. We shared a pork sandwich which was good, but the German Potato Salad was so full of salt that it was inedible. We mentioned this to the server, but no compensation was offered. We didn't push it but wasn't happy about paying for it.
Just another brew pub - nothing special
This place was recommended by a local friend. Nice to sit out in the front ‘yard’ in a sunny day. We both ordered the Reuben with “hot German potato salad”. Sorry, German potato salad has no mustard or celery in it, nor burned onions (?) - this stuff was not worth an extra $2. If you’re going to make a specifically named dish, make the dish, not some weird version of it. The Reuben was delicious - a generous portion of nice corned beef on light rye with a good amount of sauerkraut and melted cheese. Nice! Unfortunately like so many Oregon breweries, the dominant varieties are IPAs and hop-forward pils. Will someone please step up and brew some killer ales, porters and stouts - beer with flavor, depth and character instead of one more version of craft Budweiser???