We are a family-owned business. Mike and Lisa Erland, owners of Fun Country Powersports purchased Bargeway Pub in May of 2018. We value family and the meaning of community. Which is why you'll often see our closest friends and family either working, patroning, or just supporting Bargeway Pub. We truly are blessed and we raise our glasses to you; because of our family, friends, and community this is all possible. Cheers!
"What's the difference between a pub and a bar?" The term pub , short for public house originated in the UK. They became a gathering place for the community where people could enjoy a relaxed and social environment with beers, spirits, and some food. In many places the 'pub' is the focal point of the community.
Being that our family owns a powersports dealership , it only seemed fitting to incorporate our gear head livelihood; thus, a "gasoline alley" theme was born. When you walk in you'll notice an old motorcycle tank on the wall which was Mike's dad's. Burgers are served with actual shop rags, community style tables where strangers become friends, and of course billiards, shuffleboard, darts, and horseshoes.
Not only are we foodies, but we appreciate craft style beers and ciders. Our 30 taps offer a little something for everyone - even those of you who prefer to wet your whistle with a triple-hop IPA or perhaps just a good ole Busch Light. Our bar also has a great selection of spirits and wine.
We pride ourselves in providing gourmet-style food that people will talk about. Food is an art; and with the highest quality Northwest products available to us, our food is made-to-order and you will be able to see the standard and passion that is put into our meals. We have a great selection of gourmet burgers, signature salt and pepper fries, sausage-dogs, salads, sandwiches, and vegan/vegetarian options too.
We believe in taking care of our people. You will find that Bargeway Pub is not only a fun environment to hang out in, but also a big part of our community. The Dalles, OR is encompassed by the beautiful Columbia River, and what better way to view it than right along the river bank?