Huge windows, comfy chairs, rotating local art, bagels, bagel sandwiches, panini sandwiches, salad, soup, pinball and expertly crafted Stumptown coffee drinks. Are those enough reasons to patronize Tinys?
Hip Southeast coffee shop with various rooms and 2 patios. Rotating local art shows adorn the painted brick walls. Grab a magazine or shove some quarters in the pinball machine. Serving super Stumptown coffee drinks, pastries, bagels and sandwiches, salads and soups.
If you're in the mood to see a show/DJ, check out some local art and hang with the cool kids in one of 3 rooms on 2 levels the East End (owned and run by local band members) just may be the place. They also have a menu of primarily (but not exclusively) vegetarian eats with such items as; fried ravioli, a carrot ginger soy burger, as well as a bacon sandwich, fish & chips and other quality edibles. Let's see... what else... They have a photo booth(!) and 2 bars with totally rock 'n' roll-named drinks. The rest you'll just have to find out for yourself.
At the Montage you will sit right next to complete strangers and quite possibly get to know them while dining on Cajun style eats. From oyster shooters to jambalaya to red beans and rice to mac-n-cheese, there's something for everyone at this raucous, noise filled, tourist-must-see bistro. Great for late-night eats or a cheap weekend brunch. Plus the bar next door (La Merde) is great for all-night drinks.
They have such good bar food, I've gone there even without drinking a drink (I know, right?). But first and foremost, the Slow Bar is a hip bar, with giant booths, brick walls and frosted glass windows. It can get crazy some nights, and packed in beyond the seating, but damn good cocktails and one of the best burgers in town keeps people coming back.