At first glance, The Bitter End Pub looks like your traditional public house. A closer look, however, reveals the lengths the pub?s team goes to elevate that classic experience. Exposed brick and flat-screen televisions surround 100-year-old floors, for instance, while 23 rotating microbrews emerge from a custom glycol tap system that guarantees chilled pours. Over in the kitchen, cooks use local ingredients to put creative spins on mains. They top hand-pressed, Angus chuck burgers with everything from fire-roasted pineapple to stout aioli, and their version of fish and chips includes IPA-battered northwest cod, potato wedges, and a honey-mustard slaw. Together, The Bitter End Pub?s food and drinks complement weekly festivities such as trivia, as well as televised sporting events like the NBA?s annual dribble derby.