In August of 2015, Marine Corps veterans Ralph and Carrie Roeger, with their daughter Samantha, opened Semper Fi Bar and Grille. They were inspired to create a place where veterans could tell their stories, and to honor military families and those who put their lives on the line every day.

In spite of opening in a space where multiple restaurants had failed, Semper Fi Bar and Grille quickly became the go-to restaurant in the area for veterans, their families, and the community who believed in them. The walls filled with donated military memorabilia until the walls seemed they were going to burst.

Semper Fi Bar and Grille was the inspiration and foundation for Rally Point Grille. It was rebranded to include all branches of military service and first responders when we moved to larger quarters – about 300 yards away – in 2024.

Our History is Their History

The Restaurant has become a local museum. The walls are covered with military memorabilia from the LOCAL veterans and their families. Veterans have a place where they belong, can meet up, share stories with each other and feel like they fit in. At the same time they can share their stories with the civilian community to forever be a reminder of the cost of freedom.

What We Stand For

We believe that freedom isn’t free, and it is important to remember the cost. It is also important to recognize what real freedom is, and that it means different things to different people. We believe it is our duty and honor to provide a place for our veterans to share their story and connect with their community.