The Barlow Room Restaurant and Bar in Dayton, Oregon Recognized as a Bike Friendly Business by Travel Oregon

Family-friendly new restaurant in Oregon’s Willamette Valley demonstrates support of bicycle-related tourism and welcomes guests arriving by bike.

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The Barlow Room is a comfortable and historic restaurant and bar located in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley wine country

We want to welcome guests arriving by bike to enjoy a convenient, comfortable dining experience here in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine country.

Dayton, Oregon (PRWEB) June 23, 2014

The Barlow Room Restaurant and Bar is honored to announce their recognition in Travel Oregon’s Bike Friendly Business program. Travel Oregon’s statewide Bike Friendly Business program is the first of its kind in the nation.

As part of their commitment to serving visitors who ride bikes, The Barlow Room provides several amenities that cyclists may need, including high-carbohydrate menu items, food and drink options incorporating local ingredients, complimentary drinking water and Wi-Fi. Several popular Yamhill Valley bike trails, including the Abbey Road Route and the Dayton to Grand Island Loop, are at the doorstep of The Barlow Room as they wind in and around Downtown Dayton.

“We know that every year more and more people are interested in exploring wine country by bike,” says Executive Chef/Owner Christopher Czarnecki. “We want to welcome guests arriving by bike to enjoy a convenient, comfortable dining experience here in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine country.”

The Barlow Room, located on a historic block across the street from Dayton's Courthouse Square Park near the junction with SE Dayton-Salem Highway 221, features exposed brick walls, historic photos, and giant picture-window views of the park. Featuring a mix of new materials and vintage finds, The Barlow Room is a family-friendly space with a historic sensibility, vintage-inspired light fixtures, and freshly painted interior and exterior.

The restaurant offers a mix of dining options, including artisanal wood tables, cozy banquet seating, an antique communal table, and comfortable leather-seated wooden booths. A handsome, 1920s mahogany bar faces the dining room creating an inviting setting to enjoy a cocktail like the Dayton Tea, a cold beer or cider on draught, or one of the food-friendly wines (20+ by the bottle, 17+ by the glass).

About The Barlow Room, Restaurant and Bar

Located in downtown Dayton at 306 Ferry Street at SE Dayton-Salem Highway 221, The Barlow Room welcomes guests for lunch and dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 11am to close. The Czarnecki Family remains committed to sourcing meat and produce from the surrounding Yamhill Valley and are excited to offer creative dishes focused on local flavors. The menu features fresh, seasonal ingredients incorporated into signature menu items, including Painted Hills Steak Bites with house-made Barlow Sauce and fried onions and a Grilled Veggie Sandwich with fresh-from-the-farm produce, toasted to perfection. Major credit cards are accepted and takeout is also available. For more information, please call 503-714-4328 or visit http://www.thebarlowroom.com. Gift Certificates off-site catering services for local events are available.

About the Bike Friendly Business Program

Bicycle-related tourism contributes $400 million to Oregon’s economy – approximately $1.2 million per day! Travel Oregon’s statewide Bike Friendly Business program is the first of its kind in the nation, and is geared to help Oregon businesses reach out to this quickly-growing segment of our tourism economy. All Oregon businesses are eligible to participate in the program. Travel Oregon will officially recognize businesses Bike Friendly that demonstrate a commitment to serving visitors who ride bikes and who provide specific amenities they may need. Participating businesses receive special recognition and marketing exposure through Travel Oregon’s advertising network. Learn more at Industry.TravelOregon.com/BFB.

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