Today we went and had dinner at McMenamins. Imbrie Hall is named for the family that settled the site in the 1840s. Fashioned from a wonderful array of vintage and storied pieces, it looks like a century-old barn. But under its exposed beams, rafters and columns you’ll find booths, barstools, wood stoves, antique signs and plank floors that add to the pub’s rural character. One of a handful of McMenamins locations to accept dining reservations, the place serves up lunch and dinner seven days a week — and the dining moves outdoors during warmer months, too. Special events occur year-round, be sure to check out the upcoming events calendar.