Taprock Northwest Grill Blog
Southern Oregon River Dining
Welcome to Taprock Northwest Grill! Southern Oregon is beauty, relaxation, excitement! What other words can we use to describe Southern Oregon? Travelers from all over either visit directly or pass through on their way to other stops, but our region always captivates and pulls travelers to come visit again! We at Taprock Northwest Grill are proud to call this region our home!
Nestled on the banks of the mighty Rogue River in Grants Pass, Oregon, featuring an iconic log cabin style building with the most amazing views you could ask for. We provide a taste of the Pacific Northwest, from our Steaks, Burgers, Salads, Tacos, Sandwiches, etc, we like to think our food is a great representation of this beautiful countryside. Pacific Northwest ingredients, sourced locally from the lakes, waters and farmlands surrounding us.
There are days when we just don't feel like filling the sink with dirty dishes, or making a mess in the kitchen. We just need to find a place that can satisfy our hunger with great tasting food. That is what we are here for!
If you are looking for a place to knock your socks off, to not only have a great bite to eat, but to enjoy the surroundings, and take in the amazing Rogue River, we have what you're looking for! Riverfront dining at its best!
The Rogue River knowledge:
This world famous river was in the first round of American rivers designated "Wild & Scenic" in 1968. It was a favorite vacation getaway for Clark Gable, John Wayne and other entertainers from Hollywood's Golden Age, and a favorite, too, with countless generations of families. The headwaters of the Rogue are on the western slopes of Mt. Mazama, in Crater Lake National Park. More than 200 miles later, it crashes into the Pacific Ocean at Gold Beach. In between you'll find steep canyons, gentle meadows, amazing rock formations, old growth forests and a huge range of whitewater rafting options, from Class I to IV. Distinct sections of the Rogue - the Upper, Middle, Lower Rogue, and Rogue River Canyon - each offer a different set of adventures. It's well known also for champion-size Chinook and king salmon, steelhead, and other varieties. Parks and camping spots are abundant, as are charming turn-of-the-century towns, Native American history, mighty redwoods, and much more.
So whether you're traveling through, or this is your destination, make Taprock Northwest Grill a stop on your list and come experience what makes us an icon in the Rogue Valley!