Grab a bit of restaurant history
There's going to be a huge auction at the former Top O' Hill restaurant on Saturday, April 7 starting at noon. Everything must go to make way for the Green Planet Dispensary, which is expected to open early- to mid-summer on 99E in Clackamas County.
Lots of memories were made at that restaurant and people may want to pick up a souvenir, like a mug or a plate. The dispensary has no need for any of the former restaurant's items, said Travis Moffat, president of Green Planet Inc. He hopes that these items can be useful back in the community.
Objects such as tables, chairs, mugs, glasses, dishes, silverware, pictures, the ice and the milk machines and even the fireplace hearth for sale. That hearth is truly an antique from the Aurora House. The price for each will be determined on site, said Moffat. "You might even be able to buy a mug for a penny," he said.
Items that don't sell will be given away to architectural salvage, according to Moffat, which will include non-profits such as Habitat for Humanity.