Thank You Hammys for selling individual slices! I'm not sure when you started, but it is about time. Now I can afford your pizza, or at least a slice of it.
Good stuff. Good drinks; bartenders who aren't uppity assholes; one particularly good looking young man, and some eats. Yes, definitely lazy vegan chow (my dinner - brown rice, broccoli, tofu, peanut sauce. $8.), but any tofu in a storm.
Not bad, I might give it a second chance but there weren't as many veggie selections as I was led to believe. The food was pretty tasty although nothing really jumped out. My dining companion quite liked her pulled chicken dish.
big tall ceiling space with old movie house feel. Recently refurbished (july '08) with new seats, pretty comfy. Good place to go if it's important to see it on the big screen for that epic-yness.
They used to have this kick ass 50' western theme with good prices and homestyle food. Most of the kitchy 50's cowboy stuff has been replaced with new cutesy metal signs with smartaleck responces. Food is still good though.
The food was delicious but we were overcharged and had to wait like twenty minutes to get a to-go box.
THIS PLACE HAS GREAT SUNDAY BRUNCH! I really enjoyed my resonably priced brunch this weekend. I have been slightly dissappointed with the dinners but I also caught you during that week of madness so I can't really make a final judgement. My steak and eggs were very well priced and quite yummy!
I find your staff to be very pleasant and love the atmosphere. But ya, your drinks are a bit underpoured. But isn't that always the case when your not drinking at home?!
The happy hour's a good deal, and the art is cool, but the regular prices are pretty steep and the food is just okay. Basil fries are pretty much the worst idea ever.
Every town needs pizzarias like Rocco's, and more of them! Centrally located, no frills, cheap eats. The pizza fills that niche somewhere between school lunch cardboard and a real NY slice. A welcome locus in Portland's Pizza universe.
I think all is well here but I have to comment on your Toddy. It is way way way over brewed.(soaked) Please do some research and figure out how long to let it sit for. We make it at home and 12 hours is the longest it sits. The last time I came in for three 16oz Toddys to go we ended up tossing them because they were so bitter. And we all know they aint cheep. And think about a half teaspoon of vanilla extract per pound of coffee. Yum.
The perfect place to late night drinks. The bartenders do a great job of keeping you well hydrated even on a busy night.
Branx rests snugly under Rotture and hosted the M.I.A. afterparty when I went. It was extremely overcrowded and the drink wait was unacceptable but I guess that means it's popular. The dance crowd was very diverse and civil, and the DJ played dance remixes of contemporary rock and soul.
3.5/5 for sure. The food isn't going to make you running back for more, but it is what it is. At the tender age of 29, myself and my roomie were the youngest patrons by at least 30-40 years. It's swank, old, smokey, and American. I slip in time to time to get a fancy cocktail because this is that kind of place where 68 year old ladies go to smoke their 100's and get a highball.
I used to go here a lot with friends, since it's one of the few under-21 friendly places in Portland after 10pm. Great desserts and good drinks (the rose lemonade was my go-to favorite before I was old enough to try their beer and wine selection), some super cheap, and interesting decor. Which is lucky, because the staff is far too hip for such a thing as good customer service, so you'll be waiting a while.
Once, the shining beacon of Portland movie culture. Now, suffering from a bad remodel job worse help. Still, more movies then fuck.
Stiff drinks, lots of pool tables, always great "people watching". My friends and I have nicknamed it "Crazy Hawk" after some of the folks we have encountered there! Late night food selection to drown down those stiif drinks is VERY limited.
The food: Great. Try the garlic prawns, the salads, the calamari. Decent HH prices. Drinks are spendy--but that was a good Mojito.
The service: Inexperienced. Some what pretentious. There was one girl who was just downright bizarre.
The atmosphere: We ate outside, but I do have 1 complaint. We were outside ALL the way around the corner. There were no other tables outside. No open windows, and we were so far away from the entrance, we were practically down the block. A rather snotty hostess came running out from inside to inform us that there was no smoking anywhere on the premisis. There aren't any signs posted that let us know this. We felt dumb for like 1 second, until we realized that is ridiculous. Basically she wanted us to get up and stand on the sidewalk a foot from our table. We could look at it, we just couldn't sit at it. Lame. This isn't California you know.
Open Mic Tuesday nights
15th Street Pub 109 W 15th St (360) 699-0828 Signup 9 pm show 10 pm - All artists - Hosted by: Brandy Lyn, who makes beautiful music. 5 ft elevated stage, pro sound, guitars and drums, fun crowd. If you're bummed by overflowing signup lists in Portland, it takes 15 minutes from Hawthorne Blvd to get to the 15th Street pub. Ain't like it's Seattle!
good indian food if you're looking for it a little more on the fancy side. india oven is where it's at for me.
What they make is really good, and they seem to be expanding the menu... but it needs a little bit more variety.
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