The cozy interior of the lounge provides an inviting backdrop for tossing back classics and discovering new favorites. Peruse the creative menu, or ask a friendly bartender for a suggestion that suits the mood. Soothe a sore throat by gargling an Ambassador—a boozy blend of absinthe, St. Germain, grapefruit bitters, and soda with grapefruit ($9)—or quench a dry mouth with a Corpse Reviver ($7.50), featuring brandy, Menta Branca, Fernet Branca, anise tincture, and a lemon twist. Those who would say something like "Give it to me straight, doc" can slam back The Local ($4), an unadulterated sip of Olympia beer plus a shot of house whiskey. Soak up potency with clever eats that include grilled flatbread sandwiches ($7–$9); spiced nuts ($2); and a green-apple, roasted-garlic, queso-fresco, and blue-cheese pizzeta ($6), among others.
We are the only Cambodian restaurant in Oregon. Authentic Cambodian food is our specialty but we also serve Thai and American food. Good Call is also a sports bar. We have over 30 TVs and show all football games. At Good Call, you will never miss any NFL game.
Across nearly three-fourths of the United States, AMF Bowling Co. reverberates year-round as families, friends, and competitors send bowling balls in search of upright pins careening down slick lanes. The company first established itself as an industry leader in 1946, the same year the sport introduced automated pinspotters.
Today, more than 20 million bowlers annually make AMF their battleground for wars against pins. As the largest owner and and operator of bowling centers in the US, AMF locations offer high-tech scoring technology, a classic design, and a menu stocked with American-inspired classics such as wings, pizzas, burgers, and beer.
Blast off the cosmic journey with an order of Pluto's potato skins ($5) topped with bacon, salsa, sour cream, and cheddar, or dip into the heart-healthy hummus plate served with pita chips and celery ($4.75). In dedication the perpetual nighttime of outer space, the Space Room's menu celebrates that elusive earthly phenomenon known as "morning," with hearty breakfast items served all day. Top off an evening at the theater with the chicken fried steak served with eggs, toast, and either hash browns or home fries ($8.00), or marvel at your dining companion's dangerously adorable UFS (unidentified flying sliders—either pulled pork or cheeseburger served on ciabatta buns, $6.75). A pulled-pork burrito ($6.75), "paranormal" mac 'n' cheese ($7), and deli classics such as a French dip ($7.25) and corned beef and sauerkraut reuben ($7.25) please grub-hungry bellies, while the Space Room's full bar shakes it up with specialty cocktails like the Purple Alien (muddled lemons, grape vodka, grape juice, and 7-Up in a fish bowl, $6.75) and the Dirty Cowgirl (whiskey and butterscotch schnapps, $6).
Almost everything at Bar Maven can be traced back to its source, from its rotating selection of local microbrews to the repurposed materials that decorate its interior. The chefs create Northwest pub fare, which features strong Mediterranean and Middle Eastern influences. Think Lebanese empanadas, sirloin skewers, and grass-fed-beef burgers piled high with gyro meat and chipotle-tzatziki sauce. Mixologists are also on hand to craft signature cocktails, such as the Marshmallowrita?a blend of marshmallow vodka and freshly muddled lime juice. To keep the Portland theme going, the dining room frequently pulses with the sounds of local musicians and the mayor beatboxing.