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About The Barlow Room
The Barlow Room is a comfortable and historic restaurant and bar in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley wine country. The restaurant features a casual dining menu, inspired by Northwest cuisine, with a distinctive yet classic cocktail, wine and beer selection. The décor is inspired by the Oregon pioneer spirit and local history. The exposed brick walls showcase historic photos of Dayton and the local area, providing a sense of history, tradition and pride. The layout of The Barlow Room is “open concept”, with comfortable lounge seating and bar open to the dining room area. The energy and atmosphere of the restaurant is relaxed yet vibrant, drawing its distinctiveness from the exposed brick walls, dark wood flooring, majestic mahogany bar and rich décor. The Barlow Room is open for lunch and dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 11:00 am to close. Take out is available during open hours.
Dayton, OR 97114
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Wednesday - Sunday: 11:00am - 10:00pm.
Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday: 11:00am - 10:00pm.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Contact us at 503.714.4328 for catering information.
Private Party Facilities:
Our dining room may be rented out. Please call 503.714.4328 for more information.
Private Party Contact:
Christopher Czarnecki: (503) 550-8680
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Barlow Room Ratings and Reviews
Four of us had dinner at the Barlow Room on a Wednesday. The only customer before or after us was a fellow sitting at the bar when we walked in. Fine with us. Carlos, our server, was knowledgeable, spot on, and obviously proud to work there. We all had a great meal with yummy soup, appetizers and dinner salads. Highly recomnended.
My family and I celebrated my birthday by enjoying a Sunday brunch here at The Barlow Room. Ambiance was comfortable seating in an historic building/setting. The staff was very friendly and attentive. The food was excellent. I highly recommend this place for a casual meal or a special occasion. I know I will be returning, as it was well worth the drive.
Music was great. Ambiance was good. Nice staff. Friendly.
Issue: menu is 210% garbage. Sorry but the menu options are really bad. Ordered rice noodles and veggies and got this horrible small soup thing. I swear it was half a bowl of soup for $15.00 it might sound like I am exaggerating, but I promise this is one of the worst items I have ever ordered in my entire life. It hurt my soul having paid for this ridiculous thing. I felt like I had died a little inside.
I was skeptical because of reviews I had read, but was excellently impressed when I got there. There were a couple things in the breakfast buffet that were a miss but overall the food was quality for the price. The service was spectacular. The waitstaff was very attentive, out coffee was always filled and out plates were cleared regularly. They also were not intrusive which I appreciated as we had a large group of friend and many conversations going at once. I will definitely be going back :)
We had a wonderful dinner full of flavors. We started with appetizers: prawns and tempura avocado fries. The prawns were in a creole broth and tasty to soak toasted bread in. The tempura avocado was light and tasty. I had a cup of the 50 year old recipe of wild mushroom soup and find myself wanting more today! The table had the wagyu beef burgers which were served on a brioche bun with crispy onions, bacon, and cheddar and crispy kicked up spicy fries. One person had the scampi and loved it and the other had the salmon in phyllo dough with a caper tapenade and wonderful dill sauce served with carrots that were perfect. All were excellent! The deserts were flourless chocolate cake which they loved and my husband had the affogato with espresso and selected kahlua (choices were baileys or frangelico). The evening was topped off with salsa dancing lessons which made the whole place full of music, laughter and fun people watching! Only thing I would mention is the Cocktail service was a little slow. A definite go again restaurant!
We went for the brunch. There was an old menu on the table with items. It was dated July 2016. Our server did not tell us we had the option to order from that menu. Our waters were never refilled. The coffee was not a good price. At the end an 18 percent tip was added for the two of us. Would likely not given 18 percent as not worth it. Unsure if we will try again.
I wish I could write a better review because the staff was very friendly, and the menu itself appealing.
Problems: Food was paltry--wedge salad contained only 3 lettuce leaves; tacos had about 1 teaspoon of filling; mushroom soup was more of a mushroom gravy. Kitchen very slow. After paying for our meal, we drove to a deli down the street to get something more sustainable!
We were the only table of diners.
Service was bad, and then they slipped an automatic 18% gratuity on the bill and didn't mention it. There were only four of us, and because of drinks and conversation, we simply added our usual 20% gratuity, so this lousy service was able to slyly get almost a 40% tip. Didn't catch this until I looked at the bill the next day. Am used to seeing it on a bill with 6 or more people, but for 4? Won't be back.
Beautiful (and delicious) steak salad and tasty recommendation for a glass of wine to pair with it. Tasty burger for my partner and chicken fettuccini Alfredo ( a favorite - from the regular menu) for my kiddo. Will return. Good food, reasonably priced and nice service.
Not a great first time visit and for a Mother's Day brunch would say it was horrible. Salad wilted with little in bowls. Seemed as if they were closing down line?
Food was covered, no staff offered to remove lids, found a pasta dish looking and tasting like it didn't sell the night before ...
Carving station was not up to expectations for a Sunday Brunch. Cold and overlooked!
Positives were dessert - plenty of options and all fresh and flavorful.
The menu was limited (with no specials), but we enjoyed our choices. BIG chunks of lobster in the mac and cheese and not the typical cheese glue found at so many other places. Dessert was good too. Loved the historic feel of the place and the staff was nice ( a couple of new servers trying hard to learn as they went).
Four of us after day of wine tasting. It is a small restaurant on the square/plaza. The service was friendly and helpful. We had a varied food order, including the burger, lobster mac n cheese and strip steak. The steak was particularly good, perfect temperature and flavorful. A true gem in the quaint town of Dayton.
We had just arrived in the Willamette Valley and were looking for a low-key restaurant. We really did not want a high-end fancy menu in a stuffy atmosphere. The Barlow Room was perfect. Really good food at a reasonable price. The waiter was great and we loved the atmosphere.
This was our first trip to The Barlow Room. We took our daughter for her 27th birthday. I was nervous because we hadn't been there and I picked the restaurant. I didn't want to be the bad guy. Everything exceeded our expectations. The service was excellent, the food was amazing and we loved the atmosphere. We had our two nephews (9 & 11) with us, along with our granddaughter (10 months). The place was classy but definitely kid friendly. The kids meals are inexpensive and VERY generous. Oh and did I mention the Strawberry Rhubarb Collins! YUM! We will visit again, maybe without kids:)
Great experience. You really can't go wrong with locally sourced food creations by the Czarnecki family.Went here for Valentines and enjoyed a special duck dish. They had a wonderful Manhatten with smoked bourbon. The mushroom soup is a must order signature dish. They also more down to earth items like hamburgers that looked great.
We are going back!
Excellent drinks and food here at the Barlow room!
Steak bites were tender and cooked to perfection!
Our entrees were delicious- a burger with ham & egg on it and a sandwich made of ham, pulled pork and thick pancetta.
There are several entree options that were $9-$14, very reasonable for how well they are done.
Great atmosphere - old brick exposed walls, extravagant shelves for the bar holding all the alcohols, and comfortable and cozy if you are able to be seated in one of the booths.
Definitely recommend to my friends,
I will be back.
Casual-upscale with exposed brick, lounge area and awesome long bar serving wonderful drinks. Menu is limited, with a bar-menu meets bistro feel (think burgers, sandwiches, pasta dishes and salads), but offers enough options. Our party of 7 was not disappointed overall despite one or two dishes that did not impress. The deserts certainly did impress. Where food fell short, the staff more than made up for it.
I live in Dayton and it was my first time to visit there with my fiancé. He said his chicken dish was "ok" and actually preferred Joel Palmer House (we loved that too) but I really liked my food! I also liked my drink: pumpkin spice latte cuz Saturday was VERY chilly. Loved the steak bites, to-die-for onion rings. Enjoyed my shrimp pesto pasta (very rich, so kinda good it wasn't TOO much) and I really enjoyed the bread pudding/ice cream. The staff was very nice - they even gave me the dessert for free cuz it was my 47th birthday. I would definitely go back and try other dishes or order take-out!
This was our first visit. We were in town for a football game and decided to give the Barlow Room a try. We loved the atmosphere, and the service was great. We started with the house salads, which were excellent. My husband really enjoyed his steak, which was tender and cooked perfectly. I decided to try the chicken sandwich, and was a little disappointed. The chicken was charred and dry, and the sandwich had no flavor. We will likely go back one more time because everything else was very good!
We had a lovely wine country lunch. The burger was delish and one to perfection. My companion had the chicken sandwich and it was very good as well. The dining room is comfortable and includes a bar, tables and a couch area. You have plenty of room between tables. It is nice to not sit on neighboring tables and feel like you can have room.
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