Great drinks--and the fries alone are worth the trip. Stick to simple pub fare here--the sushi roll is horrible! But who goes to a pub for sushi anyway?!Meat market-crowded--great place for happy hour.
Loved the premise. It's swank and down-to-earth in one. If you like Haute Cuisine, you can order Haute Cusine. If you're into sandwiches and a beer, they got great sandwiches and great beer. My wife, Lisa and I have been here twice, both before attending the Oregon Symphony. We were dressed a little on the semi-formal side. We were looking for a place to eat before the show that fit our attire, but our budget at the same time. We found what were were looking for.
First time, we had the grilled-chicken sandwich and a beer. Chicken sandwich was very tasty! (And somewhat gourmet as far as grilled-chicken-sandwiches goes). There's some 60 beers on the menu! I experimented with a couple of Ales, Lisa loved the Young's Double Chocolate Stout.
The service is great. Both times a manager stopped by just to say hi and check on the service quality.
Best part about it is the price for what you get. If you go for the sandwich/beer route you can get out of there under 30$. A cheap ticket for the atmosphere.
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