By The Chronicle
In Centralia, McMenamins Olympic Club has for years been a staple outlet for microbrews, hearty meals and lodging. It also includes the largest pool hall in Lewis County and a theater.
Located at 112 N. Tower Avenue, the Oly Club — as locals call it — can be reached at (360) 736-5164.
Just down Tower Avenue, visitors will find O’Blarney’s Irish Pub, which opened its doors in the Gibson House building in 2011. Along with a full menu of drinks and food, this increasingly popular establishment also offers several pool tables. It’s located at 221 N. Tower Ave. and can be reached at (360) 807-4581.
Like its twin, Chehalis is also rife with late-night options for enjoying adult beverages or late-night meals.
One of the newest additions is the Devilfish Public House. It bills itself as a mix of “old world maritime charm, good food and laughter.” Patrons can crowd around a fire inside the Devilfish to share stories, food and friendship.
Only a couple of blocks away is The Shire Bar and Bistro.
At The Shire, customers can enjoy steaks, seafood, pasta and cold drinks in a relaxing atmosphere. Stop in for a meal or stay for a few hours The Shire also frequently provides live entertainment for its guests.
Other Options in Centralia:
Hub Bar and Grill
110 S Tower Ave, Centralia
The Tower Tavern
114 S. Tower Ave., Centralia
537 N. Tower Ave., Centralia
Dick’s Brewing Company
3516 Galvin Rd, Centralia
The Limit Bar and Grill
1500 S. Gold St., Centralia
21000 Old Highway 99 S.W.,
Other Options in Chehalis:
Market Street Pub
523 N. Market Blvd., Chehalis
Paradise Restaurant and Lounge
337 N.W. Chehalis Ave., Chehalis
543 N.W. Pacific Ave., Chehalis
Garbe’s Bar and Grill
313 N.W. Chehalis Ave., Chehalis