As I have been exploring some of the 116 venues
in McMenamins’ Pacific Northwest brewpub
empire during the early stages of my McMenamins Passport adventure,
I have found that they generally fall into one of two categories.
Some of their locations, like Kennedy School, Cornelius Pass Roadhouse, Edgefield,
and numerous others, are historic properties
which usually have a lot of character, and often interesting menus. Another group of pubs are housed in fairly-modern buildings with no historical significance. Not only do these locations have fairly boring architecture, but they often seem to have mundane, run-of-the-mill pub-fare menus as well.
These boring buildings and menus can easily result in boring photographs. While I might take hundreds of pictures at one of their historic properties, I might take just a few at the less interesting locations. Consequently, there is really no need for each of these lesser locations to each have its own photo album.
Therefore I have created this McMenamins Miscellaneous 2106 album, so that the small number of photos I take at each boring property can have a place to hang out. As of its creation it only contains five images taken at the Greenway Pub
But I still have a lot of photos from 2016 to process, and I know that I will definitely be adding more pictures from other McMenamins locations.
For further details about the story behind the photos in this album, see the related articles: