$17 for $35 Worth of Upscale Pub Food for Dinner at The Leaky Roof

Goose Hollow

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$17 for $35 Worth of Upscale Pub Food for Dinner

The rotating menu includes dishes such as Guinness-battered onion rings with housemade rémoulade ($9) and the Leaky Roof Special burger with cheddar, smoked bacon, and egg ($12), all made using local ingredients whenever possible. Entrees include sesame-crusted ahi with lemon and ginger risotto ($19.50).

The Leaky Roof

Much has remained the same at The Leaky Roof throughout the eatery’s 60-year history. Luckily, the old roof, which once generously admitted the elements, has been replaced, but the sounds of revelry still rattle ranks of bottles on the original bar. Patrons perch there, sipping Oregonian brews from Deschutes and Widmer Brothers Brewing and an extensive selection of Irish whiskeys. Warmth and light cascade into the room from a three-sided fireplace, and the air fills with the clatter of billiard balls.

The aroma of Guinness-battered fish 'n' chips drifts from the kitchen, where chefs use local ingredients when possible and focus on sustainability. Their constantly rotating menu has featured inventive appetizers such as brie crusted in coconut and panko breading with housemade berry compote and country-fried chicken with mirepoix peppered gravy. In addition to buying local produce, the owners support the community by working with local businesses whenever possible, taking part in Portland's composting program, and not jumping motorcycles over town hall even if it would look awesome.

The Leaky Roof Gastro Pub

Much has remained the same at The Leaky Roof Gastro Pub throughout the eatery’s 60-year history. Luckily, the old roof, which once generously admitted the elements, has been replaced, but the sounds of revelry still rattle ranks of bottles on the original bar. Patrons perch there, sipping microbrews and an extensive selection of Irish whiskeys while warmth and light cascade into the room from a three-sided fireplace.

The aroma of Guinness-battered fish 'n' chips drifts from the kitchen, where chefs use local ingredients when possible and focus on sustainability. Their constantly rotating menu has featured inventive appetizers such as garlic truffle fries, which is infused with the restaurant's own truffle oil made with locally sourced black truffles, and country-fried chicken with mirepoix peppered gravy. In addition to buying local produce, the owners support the community by working with local businesses whenever possible, taking part in Portland's composting program, and not jumping motorcycles over town hall even if it would look awesome.


Reviews

The food and service are excellent, the location convenient, and the atmosphere is cozy and relaxed.

Angela K., Yelp, 5/30/12

Cheeseburgers were fresh and cooked perfectly. Cod fish and chips were fresh, crispy on the outside and flaky on the inside!

Mallory J., Yelp, 8/2/12

Tips from Groupon Customers

  • “Fantastic food, one of the best meals I've had in a long time at any price ... everything was excellent!!”

  • “Great food, great drinks, great service!”

  • “Great food, service was just right as well.”

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    Goose Hollow

    1538 SW Jefferson St.

    Portland, Oregon 97201

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In a Nutshell

Chefs use locally sourced ingredients to make burgers with truffle rémoulade and rotini with duck and gouda at a 60-year-old restaurant

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 31st, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Reservations required for Friday and Saturday. Valid for dinner menu only. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid on days and evenings of Portland Timbers Home Games. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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