Delicious American Food Served in a Casaul Atmosphere
• Come enjoy our cozy, warm and historical surroundings
• Always fresh, house-made dishes for lunch and dinner
Gift Cards Available
Reservations Recommended Weekends - Holidays - Large Parties
Enjoy top-quality food at Klondike Restaurant & Bar, a great American steak house, offers a great menu, friendly, professional service, and an atmosphere perfect for family and friends. Contact us for details about tonight's menu.
Food Everybody Will Love From steaks and seafood straight off the grill to seasoned veggies and gourmet salads, we prepare everything we serve fresh daily from the finest ingredients. Visit our family restaurant and steak house in St. Helens, Oregon, for quality American food prepared the way you like it.
Full Service Bar
Come in for great American food and even better service.
Daily Chef Specials
Friday & Saturday Gourmet Chef Special
Garlic Infused Prime Rib - 14 OZ
Try our famous House-Made Crab Cakes
Saturday & Sundays 11 AM - 2PM Tasty Breakfast Menu
Fresh Made Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie & Apple Crisp
Sunday - All Day 2 Piece Halibut & Chips $10.5
History The Klondike is located on the second floor of the old St. Helens Hotel just one block from the Columbia River in historic downtown St. Helens. Built in 1910, the St. Helens Hotel provided housing for the overflow of new workers at the McCormick Mill. The St. Helens waterfront at the time was a thriving port with a shipyard and lumber mills. Its deep water port rivaled Portland until shortly after World War II.
The space the Klondike occupies has always been a place to eat. It was the original dining room for the old St. Helens Hotel. At that time, the current building was referred to as the left wing of the hotel. It is all that remains of the original hotel, which was demolished in 1954.
The building is rumored to have a host of friendly spirits still inhabiting its upstairs floors where there are remnants of the old hotel rooms. Paranormal research teams from Oregon and Washington who have come to investigate say they detect the presence of these past tenants. In photos they have taken as part of their research ghostly orbs appear to be moving about the building.
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