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As seen in Vancouver Business Journal , "Lunch Hour: Eatery at the Grant House"
Officers Row in Vancouver is home to a restaurant gem – Eatery at the Grant House. This historic home was first built in 1849 and served as a residence for U.S. generals, buttoday it’s a full restaurant and bar…Read More
As seen in Oregon Jewish Life , "Eatery at The Grant House as an ideal wedding venue"
If you’re looking for a dining experience in a historic setting, you’ll find it right on Officers Row at Fort Vancouver. The Grant House, constructed in 1849, is now home to a fine-dining restaurant (the Eatery) and event space. The house, which…Read More
As seen in Sunset and picked on Yahoo , "You Can Dine in a Real-Life Haunted House"
If your idea of getting into the spirit this Halloween involves the paranormal, a haunted house might be the perfect way to celebrate the season. While there are plenty of staged corn fields and old mansions brimming with cobwebs, ghastly characters, and spooky sounds…Read More
Good Morning News Segment KGW , "Is the Eatery at the Grant House really haunted?"
Legend has it that the historic site of the Eatery at the Grant House is haunted. Decide for yourself after hearing their history of ghost stories. Read More
As seen in PDX Food Press , "New Marathon Celebrates Vancouver History, Ends With Farm-To-Table Meal"
A brand new Boston-qualifying marathon and its accompanying races are about to make their debut, putting Vancouver’s history and a hidden food gem on center stage. The inaugural APPLETREE Marathon, Half & 5K take place over Sat., Sept. 15th and Sun., Sept. 16th. The events all begin…Read More
As seen in PDX Food Press , "Private Dining Options In Portland For Holiday Parties & Gatherings"
Let the party planning begin! As the last quarter of the year nears and your readers begin thinking about arranging their end-of-the-year gatherings and social events with friends, family and coworkers …Read More
As seen in PDX Eater, "Where to Eat Thanksgiving Day 2018 in Portland"
Scents of simmering gravy and roasted turkey are almost here, and Portland restaurants are once again preparing blowout spreads to celebrate Thanksgiving, arguably the biggest food holiday on the American… Read More