Raised on fresh fare harvested on-property and throughout the communities of Central Washington, we take pride in serving the same locally sourced food and drink at Gamble Sands. Fresh-baked bread, juicy just-picked produce and savory beef from our own Gebbers Cattle brand are just a few down-home delicacies on the menu.
Same goes for our beverages – local craft beer and wine from nearby vineyards fill the menu. And, as a year-round destination, many of the dishes feature the ripeness of seasonal flavors.
Danny Boy Bar & Grill is a gathering place for golfers and casual diners alike. Large garage-style doors roll open to reveal the golf course and practice green in the foreground as well as views of the Cascades and Columbia River Valley on the horizon. Please check our Winter Hours now in effect by checking our schedule to the right. Our Danny Boy Grill menus are available below.
RESERVATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED. PLEASE CALL 509-436-8323 ext. 3
The Danny Boy Bar & Grill is named after John Daniel “Danny” Gebbers. It all started when his grandfather, Dan Gamble, back-packed to the Methow Valley from Nova Scotia in 1885 for the Gold Rush. Shortly after, he established a lumber mill, hotel, and planted the first orchard.
His daughter, Martha, married John Gebbers in 1927 and they homesteaded in Brewster where John focused on cattle and the orchards and Martha concentrated on fruit packaging and the saw mill.
On October 17, 1930 Martha gave birth to their only child, John Daniel a.k.a. Danny Boy, who grew up around the family businesses at the sawmill, orchards, apple warehouse, and cattle ranch in the Great Depression era.
During this time, the “Danny Boy” label was first established using a baby picture of Danny sitting on his father’s lap. Recognized world-wide as a symbol of quality, this iconic image is still used by the family today.
Today, Danny and Reba Gebbers’ five children and 20 grandchildren, most of whom are involved in different aspects of the family business, proudly carry on the tradition. The roots of the Gebbers’ family tree run as deep as the roots of the apple orchards that have sustained them for generation.
8AM to 5PM
8AM to 8PM
After 5PM on Christmas Eve