Sports stream from a fleet of televisions that line almost every wall inside The Spot Sports Bar & Grill. As diners root on their favorite teams and shoot pool, the wait staff hustles between high-top tables and stools with pulled-pork sandwiches and pizzas. The eclectic menu also includes deep-fried peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches and super nachos that pack a hearty mix of cheese, beans, vegetables, and choice of meat. Chefs draw from Asian recipes to sprinkle honey-roasted walnuts and a creamy honey-lemon glaze over deep-fried tiger prawns. A DJ busts out the latest tunes on Friday and Saturday nights, and families gather around the giant projector screen for Tuesday karaoke, singing favorite hits or reciting the Latin phrase woven into their family crest.
Using high-quality, hand-selected ingredients and premium beef, GOGO Burgers supplies patrons with a full menu of tasty, bun-captured treats. Refuel innard engines with one of GOGO Burgers' double beef wheels ($5.29) or the Aloha Burger, whose meaty soul finds mates in pineapple and swiss cheese ($6.49). The Super G Dog ($6.49) appears on plates in a puff of smoke and sausage ($6.49), and if regular burgers fall short of appeasing a burly appetite, carnivorous champions can duel the Go Wild Burger, a four-pack of patties weighing in at a pound before teaming up with hearty portions of cheese and bacon ($11).
We have been open for just under a year. Our main goal is to be known as a local coffee shop supporting local people. We are a family style coffee shop where we know about 90 % of our customers by name and drink. We don't want to have simple transactions, we want to have lasting relationships.
Today’s Groupon invites you to eat with the dignified paradise style of a floating landmass. Enjoy the fresh flavors of $22 worth of authentic Hawaiian cooking for $10 at Aiea Grill. No longer do you have to maroon yourself on the set of Lost to enjoy the sweet and savory dishes of Hawaiian kings, island enchantresses, and digester men.
A historic mural spreads across a wall inside Monteaux's Public House. A visual interpretation of Oregon history from the early 1800s to the late 20th century, the hand-painted work depicts trolleys and buildings, local farm culture, and travel by railroad and balloon. The mural itself has been there for more than a decade: it marks one of the first steps the four founders took to decorate their restaurant, an ode to the centuries-old tradition of the American public house.
Monteaux's Public House also preserves culinary traditions by preparing good old-fashioned food and folding napkins into the shape of Benjamin Franklin's hungry face. The menu features meals both American and foreign, but everything's made from seasonal, local ingredients when possible. Entrees of marinated flat iron steak and wild salmon fillet join house specialties such as Cajun prawn étoufée and halibut fish and chips. The bar's taps, meanwhile, pour several rotating Oregon beers. And whether dining inside or on the dog-friendly patio, visitors can utilize the pub's WiFi.