We went there for a glass of wine & appetizers on the deck overlooking the Rogue River. Great ambiance. The server was great. We always return here for dinner or drinks when we're in Grants Pass.
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Sunday night in Grants Pass, the night before the eclipse. Our wait was about 20 minutes for a table, but when it was our turn, we had a great table, an amazing wait person (I can't remember his name). Our drinks were good and so...More
We came here with a group of ten prior to a river rafting trip. The restaurant is beautiful with cool stamped metal artwork everywhere. And it's right on the river. That is the good part. It took forever to get any service, at least 15...More
Nice setting (I recommend dinner outside), great food, good service. Apparently a well-known address in Grants Pass, so we had a 20-minute wait, but it was worth it!
Taprock,sits where once the Riverside and bridge motels used to be, the Bridge was torn down to make more rooms for Riverside,who its self suffered a major fire years ago,many movie stars and important people walked the grounds where Taprock now sits.for many years the...More
New in town, passing through on a Quilt Crawl Trip with "My Wife the Quilter". We hit Jordan Fabrics and asked for a good recommendation for a late lunch, and the owner Donna Jordan told us to hit the Taprock. We checked with Trip Advisor...More
I have gone here several times with friends and family and really like the breakfast and lunch menu. I like good healthy breakfast and this has always been a good menu for me. The decor is really rustic and romantic with a fireplace in the...More
This is a great place right on the Rogue River. The staff and management are awesome. Over the course of several days we went there several times. Every time it was excellent!
Came for breakfast, and was seated promptly at a table on the beautiful deck. The friendly and cheerful Server appears reasonably quickly and told us their cappuccino machine was broken but brought Coffee. I ordered huevos rancheros and my girl got a skillet. mine was...More