Serving: scotch eggs, bangers, fish-n-chips, pasties, and other British homestyle food along with a few not-so-British specials to soak up an impressive selection of American and import beers on tap. Don't forget: single malt scotches as well as dart lanes for a true public house experience.
The Belmont Station, while not actually on Belmont street, is a great one-stop shop for imported and local (Oregon) microbrews, ciders and wines. Seriously, the selection is mind-boggling. And if that weren't enough, the Bier Café allows you to sit, relax, and sample some of the finest the region has to offer while supping on deli or panini sandwiches, soup, or salads. The selection is small but consists of classics like turkey, tuna salad, the Reuben (substitute tempeh for no extra charge!), and more. More pluses: Stumptown coffee, Grand Central bread, organic local produce and recycled containers.
Get off the subway and quit picking your quiz-nose. Here's a deli that isn't affiliated with a national chain and sources most of their ingredients locally. At East Side you get your choice between a six or twelve inch sandwich on Portland French or Dave's Killer breads with your choice of a plethora of toppings. Boars Head meats, cheeses and condiments along with vegetables from Uncle Paul's Produce right down the street. Have it cold, get it toasted. It's all good here and your money gets recycled into the local economy!