Great historic building and very good food and service. And the service staff is very knowledgeable about the specials offered by the Chef they use many local products. A very nice dining experience.
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Lots of menu choices which looked great. We couldn't make up our minds so we fell back on basics - I ordered a steak and my husband ordered deep fried platter of seafood. My steak was very tender and exactly the temperature that I ordered....More
Old West saloon (lots of history; just ask the bartender) and modern dining! Typical old West saloon with the nude paintings above the bar and scattered around the walls. Tastefully done, so you can bring the kiddies! Great Menu with lots of different courses. We...More
The Baldwin Saloon is a throwback in time to old wooden floors, big ceiling fans, nude paintings over the bar and a big brass cash register. I was very pleased with my seafood chowder. The place was a nice change of pace from our river...More
5 in our family went there for lunch on Friday 8/18/17. Basically, everything was great. Of particular note was the white bean with ham soup, which was outstanding. Some of the entrees included Fish Tacos, BLT w/ blu cheese bread and crab cakes. All were...More
The feel of the restaurant is very nice. Old building filled with lots of paintings and live piano player on sorta a ledge above the restaurant. Not quite as weird as it sounds... I think that is for the 'Saloon' feel. Food is amazing. I...More
We ate lunch in the Baldwin saloon at the recommendation of our hotel. The food, was, in many ways, what would be expected of a local mid-range family restaurant. At this point, the Baldwin saloon took an entirely different direction. First, virtually all the food...More
Visited the Dalles in early August. Great food....cobb salad and French dip shared by two. Nice people. A thoroughly enjoyable evening. Interesting artwork!
I came into town one night after a very long day working outside in the heat, and was overjoyed with my experience at Baldwin's. The décor has a wonderful late 19th century risqué ambiance, with the tastefully nude paintings on the wall. I was quickly...More