Very chill and very good service. Just what you want in a neighborhood pub...laid back atmosphere, good food, great beer, and friendly staff. Lived all over Portland, and very satisfied to have this place as my new neighborhood hangout.
this place is amazing.
the pizza is good and sometimes if it looks like you've been crying, probably because you are a PSU student, they'll hook it up.
A curious spot which is a fair amount larger than it appears from the outside. Featuring free live local music a couple times a week, so it's difficult to complain much, and I've enjoyed some great shows there. A great back patio area when the weather is good. Pretty good fish and chips.
Classic Portland neighborhood hangout. Deck is sublime on warmer days. Good food; good environment to enjoy a drink and some conversation.
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My local dive. Underrated bar. 30+ taps, Very spacious, lots of tv's, solid sandwiches and wings, Wi-Fi, friendly staff, ping pong, pool, a few arcade games. What more do u need?
A really nice neighborhood restaurant. My coffee cup and water glass never get empty. The food is great and prices are very reasonable. I highly recommend O'Conners!
may14th...to see cold.
I am so excited for these guys. I really hope that they make some money. I am pretty sure that past record label woes stemming from multiple labels and their new contract with 11- seven music has got to be kinda screwed up. I have checked up on some of their recent youtube items, and there is so much bass that its ridiculous. I love cold. i have identity crisis like the next cat and when korn and limpbiskit got together with staind not long ago, I felt like THEY were left out. I hate that. Anyways, I wanna go. I skipped a few of their shows, but not like in the Blue October kind of way, more like, I am too big of a fan to want to be seen as a common nerd in the crowd amongst hardcore fans.sorry for that. Its hard to say that sticking around for this concert will be a blessing, and after skipping artwork over two years now, I effing love the way COld is displayed on the different kind of pain case, I feel bad and obligated to get one...a tattoo, you know. Anyways, just trying to avoid some music for the time being and do something fun.
AWESOME PRIME RIB DINNER. COULD BARELY FINISH. GREAT FLAVOR. NICE SERVER AND SERVICE. MUSIC WAS GREAT HAD A GUY(one man band) PLAYING ACOUSTIC GUITAR, HARMONICA AND KEEPING BEAT WITH A MILKCRATE AND TAMBORINE. THINK HIS NAME IS "CHARLIE". DEFINATELY WORTH CHECKING OUT ON THE WEEKENDS.
Located on the corner of 2nd & Morrison, in the heart of downtown Portland, Rock Bottom Brewery & Restaurant has been a favorite among local beer drinkers for as long as I can remember. In fact, until I visited their website this morning, to check some of my spelling, I thought Rock Bottom Brewery & Restaurant was a place unique to Portland. I was floored to discover that the restaurant, with its pool tables, dart boards, and sports tuned TVs, is part of a national chain with a location in Washington, Illinois, Colorado, and several along the east coast.
We arrived at 5pm and were seated in about ten minutes. Five of their house beers were on the menu, Kölsch, White Ale, Red Ale, IPA, and their Specialty Dark. I chose their White Ale, which is described as, "Pale and with a touch of haze, this ale gets its unique flavor from orange peel, coriander and Belgian yeast." Served cold, in a pint sized glass, the straw colored beer delivered the flavors of coriander and orange, making it delicious and easy to drink.
I paired the beer with their Steak & Fries, "10 oz. grilled sirloin, sliced and served with our steak butter, seasonal vegetables and French fries," for $14.95 from the "Brewmaster's Selections" portion of the menu. The steak came medium rare, exactly as I’d ordered, and featured a lovely array of grill marks. Tender enough to cut easily, the steak was seasoned without masking the flavor of the grilled beef. The fries, which were cut a bit thinner than an average shoestring cut, arrived crispy salty and golden, and were scrumptious, especially when used to sop up the steak’s savory amber juices. Finally, the seasonal veggies were garlic sautéed green beans sprinkled with bread crumbs, which were quite tasty.
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A nice Italian restaurant. Comfortable decor and delicious food at a reasonable price for the experience. I have never been let down by the food, or the service. The spaghetti alle vongole is a personal favorite, and is consistently delicious.
Very nice movie going experience. It's intimate, cozy, and...like a living room!
The staff has always been super nice, and the food is TASTY. Love that I got stuck in the snow once & had to bunker down here for a few hours.
I am sorry to hear Dorris had such a bad time....It's a fun bar, with great bartenders and fun people. The pool is cheap, Oregon Lottery is hoppin, and we are FUN!! There is parking in the back of the lot--so come in for some cheap eats and cold beer!! Dorris--come back so we can make your experience THE BEST EVER!!
Still got great service during a packed house on a Saturday night. Unfortunately they do not take reservations and I had to wait an hour to get in, but they do give you a pager, which gave me and my lady a great opportunity to enjoy a walk along the river. The view here is truly fantastic!
My food, the blue cheese burger, was great, though it was served warm instead of hot. I'm sure it was on the plate a couple minutes waiting for the server, as they were super busy. My lady's food, a pulled pork BBQ sandwich, was not special, but not horrible. Side salad was good, with dressing served on the side without request. Tots were great though the portion was a little small. The house beer I consumed known as Ruby Ale is awesome.
Decor is top notch. Everything was very clean and well taken care of. Every McMenamin's I've been to has been very good and this was no exception. Aside from the 2nd rate BBQ sandwich, I was very happy with my selection, my drink, my server and the location itself. I would absolutely recommend this place.
Last weekend, I took my mother and her sister (both in their mid-80's) and my cousin to Stanford's for dinner. We had a very new, unsure waitress but she tried hard. She came and told us the computer went down and there would be a slight delay for our dinner. We didn't see her again for about 30-40 minutes; not even to bring us more drinks. At the end of dinner I complained about the wait and asked her to tell the manager how long we waited. I just wanted a slight apology. The manager gave us all our dinners and drinks at no charge even over my objections that it wasn't necessary.
We have eaten at this restaurant for years, and this is the first time we've had a problem. The staff certainly went above and beyond our expections to make up for the delay of our dinners.
The management of this establishment is a class act and it's obvious their customers are important to them.
Oswego Lake House Restaurant & Lounge
40 N State St., Lake Oswego, OR
Lakeside dining on a deck with view of lake. Boats pull up and dine & drink. Summer the decks are filled with over 200 people gabbing by the two fire pits.
There are two outside bars and two inside bars. One lounge with a baby grand piano. Tom Grant, Shelly Rudolph, John Gilmore, Marilyn Keller, Jessie Marquez play there Wed-Sat.
A great place to meet successful people and business owners. Typical crowd are Owners of Baggalini, Doctors, News Anchors, Actors, Politicians, Engineers, Lawyers, Real Estate Moguls, Builders, and of course Real Estate Agents.
Male:Female Ratio 40:60. Ages 30+.
Food Steak, Seafood, Pasta.
Best place to sit: Sunset Room or Deck Seating.
Weddings take place on the deck in the summer. If you are a wedding crasher call ahead for schedule. Bring a gift at least. After all there is probably free cake in the deal.
Attire: No tennis shoes, no bandanas. Summers are filled with women wearing summer dresses and heels. Men in polo shirts, or cotton shirts. Jeans are okay.
Best time to go: After work.
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great cocktails, big salads and reasonably priced. I loved the atmosphere and our server was wonderful.
Good food, good drinks, not expensive (downright cheap at happy hour), decent atmosphere...and you can look really cool to your friends when you wince at the mediocre jazz!
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