Highland Still House
- General Info:
- Highland Still House offers Scottish-style cuisine. The restaurant s menu features fried pretzels, stuffed mushrooms, saut ed prawns, Caesar salad, steaks, salmon filet and sausages. Its also provides a selection of beer and wines, including Heineken Light, Corona, Bud Lite, Coors Light, Budweiser, Michelob, chardonnay, merlot, zinfadel and pinot noir. The restaurant organizes live band performances, comedy programs and music shows. Highland Still House is located in Oregon City, Ore.
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The Highland Stillhouse Pub
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- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
I have stopped at the Stillhouse for lunch twice in the last few years while traveling through Oregon City. I enjoyed both the authentic atmosphere and the fare. Its is "dark" and tight just like the pubs or roadhouses you find in Ireland or Scotland. There is a pleasant view of the falls from the second floor and patio areas. The food is very good and the selection of ales and lagers impressive. During both visits the wait staff was welcoming, attentive and friendly. The only "negative" I can think of is that I end up staying longer than planned. Its not McDonalds, the other Scottish place in O.C.
I cannot understand why this place is still open?!
When my girlfriend and I came in on Saturday night, Feb 21st, we were sat at this awkward, tiny, wobbly little table in a dark corner by the dart board.
It was so dark in there that we could barely see the menu, and we were close enough to the table next to us that we felt like we were eating with them!
There was a very creepy older man walking around and flirting with several women, and stepping behind the bar and pouring drinks for these women and himself. (We took this man to be the owner?)
Our food was brought to us by a teenage girl with her hair down and in FLIP FLOPS!!
On the plus side though, our food was good, we had the mac-n-cheese and the cottage pie, and our waitress, who was also the bartender was hilarious and very accommodating. We complained to her about what was written above and she did her best to make us feel better, by giving us a tour, samples of beer and taking time to explain the menu items and the history on Absinthe (SP?) to us.
We thanked her very much and told her that if she ever went to another restaurant to let us know (we gave her a business card), but that we would never return to that place.
Our experience was horrendous and we tell everyone we know to avoid this place at all costs.