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COVID 19 updates
Here’s the latest on our COVID-19 operations (updated 3/1/2021):
- We are currently open seven days a week from 11am to 9pm for outdoor dining, takeout and delivery. Starting Monday, March 1st we are also open for limited indoor seating from 4pm to 9pm.
- Masks are currently required for those 5 years and older any time you are at Common Block, unless seated at an outdoor table. This includes picking up your to-go order, walking to the restroom, waiting for a table, ordering at the beer cart, or playing corn hole.
- Outdoors, we have a big tent, heaters and picnic-style tables for dining in and staying warm. We also have the fire pit rolling!
- We are offering touchless pay. You can order and pay online, or if you’re ordering over the phone, ask for touchless pay when you arrive. We can print a receipt with a scan-able QR code that you can use to pay through our online system. It’s easy-peasy…just ask if you have questions.
- Need salt, pepper, hot sauce, malt vinegar, extra ketchup? Just ask. We’re happy to bring you single servings of whatever you need to make your meal taste just right.
When are you open?
11am to 9pm everyday. We are closed 4th of July and Christmas Day.
Do you take reservations?
Not right now. We are currently walk-in only for the outdoor seating area — come on in!
Currently, the maximum size for a group dining together in a restaurant in Oregon is 6. When large groups are once again able to gather for large parties, please visit our Large Group Events page for more info about planning your special event.
Are dogs allowed?
Yup! Bring your pup along to any of our outdoor dining tables. We ask that you have a leash, and please keep your dog at your feet (not up in a chair or at the table).
We also welcome service dogs anywhere in the restaurant, and have dog bowls for water upon request.
Are kids allowed?
Yes! All day, every day, in all areas of the restaurant (except in the actual brewery). We have a special menu for kiddos up to 12 years old, and coloring utensils for keeping small hands busy.