McGregor's Pub Grand Opening

 

The grand opening is set for December 9th and Stanley and Grimm start playing at 5pm. Thereafter, the pub will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We have televisions for Pats games, races and other sporting events.​  This is the ...culmination of months of tireless effort by our entire team, however, special thanks and accolades are owed to Dawn Sova, Warren Hinkley, Krissi Dyer, Ann Damico and Rich Gilfillan for working to make it happen.

We strived to create a fun atmosphere that supports the local economy all the way up and down the supply chain. Many of our foods, beers, wines and spirits were made by Mainers and the consumption thereof supports local economies such as those in Kingfield, Maine and Carrabassett Valley, Maine. Equally important, supporting these local businesses (and ours too) validates their (and our) existence and tireless endeavors. Thank you all and we hope that you enjoy and spread the word.

All the best,
Robert Gregor

 

McGregor's Pub at the Herbert Grand Hotel is committed to supporting the local economy and small businesses.  In fact, we buy our food items from Tranten's, our local grocer, rather than Sysco Foods.  Our coffee is from a local company, Carrabassett Coffee and our wing sauce and dipping sauce are courtesy of Maine Man Flavahs in Bar Harbor.  Click here for our food menu. 

 

McGregor's Pub at the Herbert Grand Hotel specializes in locally sourced beers, wines and spirits, together with a traditional selection of beverages.   We have four Maine crafted beers on tap and a selection of Maine wines and spirits for your sampling.  Click here for our beer menu or here for our wine list and here for our spirits list. 

 

Our food is made with fresh, Maine sourced ingredients, many from the Sugarloaf and Carrabassett area and always purchased locally. We use hormone free, antibiotic free and GMO free beef and chicken.  The goal is to keep our food as fresh and as healthy as possible and to keep as much money as possible circulating in the local Kingfield and Sugarloaf economy.  Doing so supports local businesses and farms and employs local families.  It may cost a few dollars more, however, the quality of the product and the quality of life resulting therefrom are worth the endeavor.  We hope that you will join us.