Sam Barlow: Oregon pioneer who established Barlow Road, a widely chosen route at the end of the Oregon Trail.
Joel Palmer House’s Christopher and Mary Czarnecki will be bringing the Barlow Room Bar and Grill to Dayton this Spring, just three blocks away from the Joel Palmer House. Showcasing brick walls, pieces of history, and views of downtown Dayton, the Barlow Room will be able to hold 60 food-and-wine lovers.
“We wanted to do something casual because, as chefs, we love to cook, but not everything we come up with is at the fine dining level. The Barlow Room will be an outlet to be creative at a more modest price point. Also, Dayton is set to become the Valley’s #1 destination town—it’s the gateway to the Eola-Amity AVA, where hundreds of acres were purchased by some really big wine players recently.” – Christopher
The menu will be designed around meat and produce sourced in the local Yamhill Valley. Some examples of dishes to look out for include “tenderloin steak bites with house made steak sauce and fried onions, and a killer house Reuben with made-from-scratch corned beef.” (EatBeat)
The Czarnecki’s are working to produce a private-label wine, The Big Red One,” for the Barlow Room. Working with local Seufert Winery, the Barlow Room will offer Southern Oregon non-Pinot blends, “a salute to the 1st Infantry Division—the unit I served with while stationed in Germany and deployed to Iraq. Proceeds of each bottle purchased will go to support veterans organizations.” -Chris
Call 503-550-8680503-550-8680 for more information. The Barlow Room will be located at 306 Ferry Street, Dayton, Oregon.