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Brew pubs in Portland for a pre-bachelor party dinner?

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I'm looking for a place for about 15-20 people, pub fare, and lots of good beer.

Any suggestions? We're staying downtown and will be on foot mostly.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Originally Posted by giraffe lookout
There is only one answer. Bridgeport Brewpub in the Pearl. Call and ask for Dave. He will take care of you.

Sounds like a plan. I appreciate it!
 

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dude theres a ton of places. Went to PDX about 2 years ago for a micro brew tour with some buds. You can walk all over town and get beer. No driving needed. I dont remember specifics off the top of my head but you should have fun.

Also, my roommate swears the greatest strip club in the world is there. all nude.full alcohol. cheap, fresh steak buffet.
 

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Originally Posted by giraffe lookout
There is only one answer. Bridgeport Brewpub in the Pearl. Call and ask for Dave. He will take care of you.

+Infinity

Living 800 miles from Bridgeport Brewpub is one of the great tragedies of my life.
 

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Originally Posted by Davidko19
dude theres a ton of places. Went to PDX about 2 years ago for a micro brew tour with some buds. You can walk all over town and get beer. No driving needed. I dont remember specifics off the top of my head but you should have fun.

Also, my roommate swears the greatest strip club in the world is there. all nude.full alcohol. cheap, fresh steak buffet.


Yikes. PDX has some of the scariest strip clubs I've ever set foot in, I was there about 6 months ago and I seriously thought some of the patrons might follow us out to the parking lot and rob us.
 

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Originally Posted by Davidko19
dude theres a ton of places. Went to PDX about 2 years ago for a micro brew tour with some buds. You can walk all over town and get beer. No driving needed. I dont remember specifics off the top of my head but you should have fun.

Also, my roommate swears the greatest strip club in the world is there. all nude.full alcohol. cheap, fresh steak buffet.


The Acropolis. Its quite the scene.
 

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Btw, it's a little bit of a hike to walk from downtown to the Pearl for Bridgeport but I truly believe it will be worth. It's also a very short cab ride. Don't let anybody tell you to go to Deshutes instead. They ripped off their whole concept from Bridgeport. I'm biased as I used to work there but it has great beer, the chef is amazing and it does a great job of accommodating larger groups like yours.
 
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