Lots of dark and cozy nooks and crannies, plenty of ales on tap, pretty darned good Scotch eggs, hefty burgers and a heated patio make this popular Scottish pub worth a stop, especially if your kilt (or worse, what's under it) is frozen stiff on a frigid winter’s night.
No long waits here, swiftly grab a table and then savor your delicious brunch at $8 a plate! Order a "fatty" mason jar full of an amazing drink and sip to your delight. Service is attentive and friendly.
510 NE 28th Ave, Portland
I am guessing this place used to be mother maybel's and is now clementine's? today was my first time there and likely the last. i am eternally hopeful for portland to get a decent…
719 SE Morrison, Portland
Yummy mac-n-cheese. A great selection of beers to choose from. Pinball, pool and sports. A comfortable and laid back place to hang out.
203 SE Grand Ave, Portland
East End hosts popular national acts (such as Ty Segall) as well as popular local acts (such as Sistafist), so on any given night it can be difficult to make your way to the bar.…
639 SE Morrison St, Portland
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2622 SE Belmont St, Portland
In ShortLong ago, a neon tavern sign with two burned-out letters gave Hanigan's its universally acknowledged nickname, "The Vern." A facelift left this watering hole looking…
2045 SE Belmont St, Portland
Jace Gace might be gone, but Hey all, just to let you know Tiger's Cafe is now open, keeping the trendy Waffles going, and now adding great Falafels, 8" pizzas, Hummas, Beef or…
Hop Haven. There are no gimmicks at this bottle shop, instead it's all about the 150 beers available. There's little-to-no kitsch and burgers are served from a nearby restaurant or light fare from its small kitchen; it's clearly not about anything but the brew.… read more
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Rose & Thistle Pub. Lots of dark and cozy nooks and crannies, plenty of ales on tap, pretty darned good Scotch eggs, hefty burgers and a heated patio make this popular Scottish pub worth a stop, especially if your kilt (or worse, what's under it) is frozen stiff on a frigid winter’s night.… read more