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About Greg's Grill
Owners Greg & Teresa Hubert opened Greg's Grill in the spring of 2007. Their long history in the restaurant industry and passion for excellent service and great food led them to create a beautiful restaurant that reflects their high standards and attention to detail.
Situated in the heart of the historic Old Mill District of Bend Oregon, Greg's Grill sits amidst the bustle of movie theaters, art galleries and restaurants.
A lively place for any occasion, it offers a variety of foods with an emphasis on contemporary Northwest cuisine to include rotisserie prime rib, choice-cut steaks, seafood, and chicken cooked to perfection.
Inside, Northwest style architecture utilizes natural materials and floor-to-ceiling windows, which overlook beautifully landscaped patios, the Deschutes River and the Cascade mountain range. Greg's Grill is a comfortable place to sit and enjoy good times with friends and family.
Bend, OR 97702
Contemporary American, Northwest
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM, Friday - Saturday: 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
SW Mill View Drive
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Self parking is available throughout the Old Mill
Private Party Facilities:
Greg"s Grill offers a warm and comfortable setting for a wide variety of events. Parties up to 35 will enjoy traditional cooking styles with a focus on wood-fired grill and rotisserie cooking.
If it's a hot day, your guests can flow onto the patio, which overlooks the
Deschutes River and distant mountains. Even in the middle of winter, guests can still take in the view through our floor-to-ceiling windows.
Our team will work with you to make sure every need is met.
Private Party Contact:
Erin Sheppard: (541) 382-2200
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Greg's Grill Ratings and Reviews
Food is expensive. The reason to go is to sit outside on the river. I made a reservation requesting an outdoor table. When I arrived they said you can't reserve outside tables. I wish they'd told me that when I made the reservation. About 20 minutes after my reservation time, they sat us inside, despite having several vacant tables outside. When I requested a table outside they said they were short staffed. I said we'd wait. They agreed to move me and my friend outside. I asked why they were short staffed and they said someone in the kitchen went home sick. I clarified they were not short on wait staff. So why did it matter where we sat? Our order was heading to the kitchen whether we were inside or outside. Just seemed disorganized.
One of our favorite restaurants, when we visit Bend. It's great for a large party (We had my mother's 100 birthday party there) or for a place to eat and chat with an old friend. We came to visit over lunch. The service was great, and since it was not crowded they did not mind that we wanted to sit and visit after our lunch was done. The atmosphere is quiet and peaceful. The The food was delicious too.
I was disappointed, the service was very slow, the food was only fair and over priced. This was the second time in the last 2 months we have gone to Greg's Grill. The 1st time we had the same experience and thought it may have been just a bad day. Not really sure if we will return .
This was our second time there. The gluten free clam chowder is good, though only tepid this time. We each ordered steaks medium, mine was overdone (so much that I only ate half, very rare for me). My wife's was extremely rare. When she told the waitress, she came back and said she had told the manager and he had deducted the cost from the bill. He even came over and talked to us on the way out. We will go back next time we are in Bend.
We dined on a Sunday night with a great quiet evening outside to view the activities on the
Deschutes River. Menu selections offered allowed for the party of four of us to match entrees to appetites. We all enjoyed our entrees and had only one suggestion back to the kitchen [via the restaurant host]. That was: April is not a seasonal vegetable month for fresh green beens. The beans served with entrees were not done and for winter beans were not cooked long enough to be cut by a fork. Service was okay, but not overly attentive and service ware roved with salads were not replaced before entrees were served - we had to ask for them.
We were seated immediately and the servers were prompt in bringing our beverages and meals. The drinks were good and the food was better. We needed to leave for a concert and the servers helped us navigate the menu so we would be able to leave on time. A good time was had by all. We would return for another meal.
While I am not the type to write a review, particularly a negative one, I am compelled to in this case because of how bad the food was. First, the spinach and artichoke dip was not good at all. Then, I ordered a Cesar salad and my partner had a house salad and the Cesar salad was not good, the lettuce was yellow-ish and the dressing was not good, I can't even tell you exactly why, but I made my boyfriend taste how bad it was. Finally our meals a came and his mac & cheese was lukewarm so he sent it back (which he never does) and was brought a new one which was also not warm. I ordered the prime rib and it was probably the worst I have ever ordered. It was bland and dry and looked like it had been pan seared which I found odd for a prime rib (but I am not a cook so what do I know, it was just not good). This was a $100 dinner and honestly the food tasted like Applebee's quality food. Not worth the money.
Greg's Grill is a great place to go when your in the Bend Oregon area. This restaurant is one of the few that I like here. The Prime Rib sells out quickly, but they will fire up a second round at a temperature of rare if the demand is there. I have always had a Great waitress, and even one good waiter, but the best Is Bronwyn. She is wonderful, the best, not to say everyone else isn't, but she will make your evening a pleasured experience and make sure that you are taking care of until you leave, thank you Bronwyn. I hope that you enjoy your experience here as much as I do. If you sit in the bar area the bartenders are great also, but the wait staff in my experience not so much.
Excellent meal and attentive, friendly service by Jaymee. We like that the menu has lots of gluten-free options, since my wife has to eat GF. Only suggestion is to have at least one zinfandel available by the glass -- there was none. I spoke with the general manager on the way out and he agreed, saying he was already working on a new wine list.
This was meant to be a St Patricks Day outing but turned out otherwise. The Irish Special meal of lamb ribs arrived dry and black, yes black, as in burnt, along with the sooty odor and taste of a boy scout campfire. The green beans and carrots, unlike the lamb, were raw and uncooked, but to be fair the sliced bread seemed fresh. I tried to scavenge a few bites out of this meal but sent it all back, and although another entree was offered I declined and left Greg's Grill hungry rather than risk mixing the sorry meagre contents of my stomach with something possibly more reactive. Others at my table fared somewhat better but none fully enjoyed the meal. The recipe for Irish lamb ribs was a terrible mistake, and we will not be back. Period.
Unfortunately we caught them on a very busy night, the food was cold and not as described. I had been waiting for a special occasion to splurge at Greg's Grill. I have been here for happy hours and it's been great! I will probably just stick to that...but for a celebration you could spend less elsewhere and be much happier. I will give it one more try.
I live in bend. I have eaten at gregs grill many times. We were seated promptly, the table was poor, no privacy, we could hear conversations from both sides. Our waitress seemed to have too much tables. Had to wait to order drinks. Had to ask for water. Filets were wonderful. Potatoes ok. Vegetables, no flavor. Bread, plain, unmemorable. Dessert cookie sandwich was disappointing, cookies stale and hard. Nice touch of champagne and rose. We will return for summer time cocktails outside, for the view, but not for dinner. We spent $140.00 and rated our dining experience a 2, which was disappointing to us, on a special occasion. Thanks for asking, Rhonda
We were seated right away and the staff were very attentive without being intrusive. The wedge salad was so fresh and crisp with just the right amount of dressing. I loved the chimichurri sauce on the flat iron steak. It gave a subtle herb flavor to the perfectly cooked steak. My husband had the tuna, also perfectly cooked and delicious. We have never been disappointed and will keep coming back.
I expected better service and food. The drinks were the best part of it all. Someone ordered a steak and there was hair in the vegetables. Someone else ordered a medium rare steak and it was rare. Everyone who had vegetables on their plate didn't touch it at all because it looked disgusting. I ordered a side of ranch because my rotisserie chicken was dry and the fellow said that he'd bring it to me twice and did not. I Did not complain to anyone though. It looked like he knew that I had not received the ranch because he would not make eye contact with me. For a bill that reached past $200 for 6 people I expected wayyy more out of the experience We are not planning on returning. Maybe for drinks. Because they were worth there price and delicious. The waiter could have had more knowledge of the food menu and drink menu.
We were so pleased with our New Years" dinner. The salmon and beef dishes were excellent, the chicken a bit on the tasteless side. We sat next to a large window, which at night was not overly exciting, but it was pleasant and the daytime outlook would be outstanding. Wine list was good with fair prices (for a restaurant) and our waiter was knowledgeable. The price surprised us, less than we thought it would be.
Granted it was a busy night, but the experience was below their normal standard. Waitress was concerned about the owner and his family dining in the other room, so we took a back seat. We actually had to hunt down our own appetizer plates. A special menu as in play for the evening, so our regular favorites were not available. Overall a disappointing evening at one of our (former) favorite spots.
Gregs Grill is a nice restaurant centrally located in the Old Mill. The food and ambiance is classy as well as family friendly. Everything (our party of six) ordered was delicious. The service was friendly and they handled the New Year's Eve rush smoothly. I look forward to coming back time and time again.
We love Greg's Grill- and as locals, we appreciate that during busy holiday seasons, our restaurants can be overcrowded and staffing can become overtaxed. Our meal on New Year's Eve was not typical of what we experience at Greg's . . . I ordered the chowder which was as thick as pudding and not hot at all. The waitstaff gladly took it back to the kitchen to reheat. My husband's vegetables were cold and unseasoned. My glass of wine never arrived - until my husband asked and by then we had finished our meals.
The ambiance was beautiful as always and we will return to Greg's again - it is typically a very nice place to enjoy dinner on the water.
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