Longview, WA 98632
Antidote serves a rotating list of local ales, Antidote Taphouse is located in the heart of Longview, Washington.
With regularly updated taps, a great selection of wine, cocktails and an evolving menu, Antidote aims to bring you great service in a relaxing space.
With an ever-changing list of drinks and music, events and food, check back in as we keep things changing!
Antidote was opened in 2017 with a simple goal: Provide a variety of great, unique craft brews and pub-style food in a welcoming, unpretentious setting. While it looks like a tap house you might find in Portland or Seattle, founders Kelli and Andy Busack were committed to making something special and inviting to reflect the community of Longview. With a few local breweries beginning to take root in the area, Antidote is proud to be one of the first local-centric tap houses in the area.
Boasting a regularly-rotating list of craft brews from across the country and a host of locally made beers, Antidote strives and takes pride in, and reflects SW Washington. Simple, beautiful, but definitely unique, Antidote is a place for everyone.
12 PM – 9 PM
12 PM – 11 PM
12 PM – 6 PM
Longview, Washington 98632
The idea started simply. A date night. She loves the finest wines and he is partial to local craft beer. Where could they go to please both palates? Enter J Squared BARREL HOUSE. We’re a wine bar that also just happens to serve really good beer. But, we don’t want you to leave hungry. We’ve got food pairings which will make your taste buds explode! All of this set in a quaint, comfortable, and, dare we say it, romantic atmosphere. Perfect for happy hour, celebrations, or… A date night.
There is so much more to wine than white or red and we want you to taste it all. With more than twelve wines by the glass and wine flights, you can explore flavors and styles without being tied to a bottle. Of course, if you want a bottle, we will certainly accommodate.
Did you know that 70% of North America’s hops are grown right here in Washington state? We are also home to more than 300 breweries. We strive to bring you choices that you won’t see everywhere else and with 16 rotating taps, we’re sure that you will find something new to fall in love with.
Whether you are going to a performance at one of our two neighboring theaters, sneaking away for date night, or are just hungry, our Squared Snacks and Squared Plates are sure to satisfy. We use high quality, locally sourced ingredients and take pride in serving food that’s a little break from the norm. See our Menu
Kalama, WA 98625
C’mon by to experience the tropical-inspired oasis along the Columbia River.
Welcome to the latest McMenamins property, Kalama Harbor Lodge, nestled between Kalama’s landmark totem poles and the marina at the Port of Kalama. Inspired by the Hawaiian heritage of John Kalama, the property is reminiscent of the Pioneer Inn in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. Whether in the Cloud Bar atop the building, with a birds-eye view and the signature Three Rocks Rum Daiquiri, or enjoying free live music in the Lounge before wandering out to a firepit alongside the river, you’re sure to feel the relaxation of an island vibe while taking in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
Stay the night in one of the 40 guestrooms with private bathrooms and individual lanais, most of which have a river view and welcome pets. Take a moment to read the posted historical accounts of each room, such as the Doty Fish Co. story in Room 208, or The Cowlitz Tribe in Room 206.
The Pub and Harbor Lounge – which houses the glassed-in Holoholo Room — also allows for expansive fair-weather dining with a wrap-around outdoor patio. Enjoy free live music in the Harbor Lounge on select weeknights as you dine on Cedar Plank Salmon or the Expedition Elk Burger. Watch our brewers through the large front window as they craft the Pau Hana Gold Ale and more in the seven-barrel brewery, just inside the main door. Step inside Harbor Lodge Market to find McMenamins gear and handcrafted beverages, including growler fills, espresso, and bottles to-go.
Follow the path paralleling the river to discover Ahles Point Cabin, and warm up next to a fireplace inside or out, enjoying a handcrafted ale while watching boats come and go.
Historical significance and artifacts abound throughout, such as the serpent carving from a Chinook artist, and watch for masks peering at you, along with other artifacts from the Northwest and many tropical islands. Look even further for two secret rooms….
Consider Kalama for your next meeting and event, or upcoming wedding. Our Old 97 Private Events room(s) are for up to 120 people (standing). For more information and to inquire about booking private events, please visit our events website.
Similar architecture can be found today in Kalama in an 1870s structure that was the Northern Pacific Railway’s hospital. John Kalama — originally of Kula, Maui — lived in the area as an employee of the Hudson’s Bay Company. The Kalama River and the city both bear his name. Descendants of John Kalama are members of the Nisqually and Warm Springs Tribes.