End of the Trail Pub

Shop Small. November 28, 2020.

As with most things in 2020, Small Business Saturday is going to be different and we are excited about it!

This holiday season, give the gift of Oregon! Our local businesses need support. One way Oregonians can help is to shop homegrown businesses that are run by our neighbors, family, and friends. Local retailers are prepared for you to shop safely.

 

 

HISTORIC GILBERT DISTRICT BUSINESSES  in Seaside:
94.9 The Bridge
ACE Hardware
Ancient Health and Healing
At Home on Broadway
Bagels by the Sea
Beach Books
Beach Puppy
Bella Espresso
Bliss Mercantile & Brocante
Dough Dough Bakery
End of the Trail Pub
Fairweather House and Gallery
Fire House Grill
Five-Star Henna
Hold Fast Tattoo Company
Holiday Inn Express
Line X of Clatsop County
Nonni’s Bistro
Pacific Heirloom and Collectibles
Patty’s Wicker Cafe
Peddler’s Row
Pizza a’fetta Seaside
Rust and Dust
Salon on Broadway
Seaside Antique Mall
Seaside Brewery Co.
Seaside Coffee House
Seaside Coffee Roasters
Seaside Yarn and Fiber

Shamous Rocks
Spay and Neuter Thrift Shop
Star Furniture
Starry Night Inn and Art Hotel
Studio 7
SunRose Gallery
The Heathy Hub
The Whet Spot

TigerLily Gallery
Tom’s Fish and Chips

Tora Sushi
Una Ves Mas Mexican Restaurant
Yellow Curry Cozy Thai
Voyages Toys
Wheel Fun

Watch this site for an interactive list of the Historic Gilbert District Shop Small businesses, including contact information and website links.  Information to help everyone stay safe and shop safely during the  COVID pandemic.

 

 

 

Small Saturday is a national event that was created in 2010 by American Express. The first event was held November 27, 2010. Small Business Saturday encourages holiday shoppers to patronize brick and mortar businesses that are small and local.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Historic Gilbert District is located in the heart of Seaside and encompasses the four city blocks on the corners of Broadway and Holladay. As this holiday season comes, it is incumbent upon each of us to do what we can for one another – it is the ultimate gift.

End of the Trail Pub softly opens in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside.

 

Soft opening July 22 with a grand opening planned after the summer, 2019.

 

Sean McKeown, a member of a longtime restaurant family in Seaside, received a full on-premise sales license at the End of the Trail Public House at 735 Broadway located in the historic Beacon Hotel Building.

McKeown was the owner/operator of the Irish Pub which used to be across from this location from 2012-17 as back bar to McKeown’s Restaurant.

The idea behind the place is to have a pool table, darts, shuffleboard, cornhole,” McKeown said. “Really a place for people to have something to do other than sit at a bar and drink.”

 

 

Serving pub-style food. The restaurant’s name is derived from “End of the Trail” statue at the turnaround, erected in 1940 to salute the two-year, 4,000-mile expedition of Lewis and Clark.

While the restaurant won’t theme “too much” with the explorers, some history will be displayed along the walls.