Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name—and sometimes you want to go where everybody wants to know your name. Achieve the latter with today's deal. For $12, you get $25 worth of pub eats and brews at Concordia Ale House. Thirsts can be extinguished by more than 22 beers on tap and 150 bottled varieties, all of which are housed inside a cheery green exterior.
Concordia Ale House dutifully fulfills the social role of any ale house, pubbery, or brew hall by keeping the drinks flowing amid an environment of pinball, video golfing, video poker, keno, and a commitment to making top-notch bar food. An appetite can ponder its cravings while enjoying the hoppy delights of draft beers such as Old Rasputin's Imperial Stout and Pike's Double IPA or bottled fare like a Belgian-imported Val-Dieu Grand Cru ($10) before succumbing to Concordia's hunger-inducing, savory-fared supper menu.
Hunger pangs are tempered by mini-cheeseburgers topped with Ale House cheese sauce and fries ($7.75) before the likes of Irish cheesesteaks with shredded corned beef grilled with onions and mushrooms ($9), cider-braised pork chops with garlic mash ($12.50), and untraditional mac 'n' cheese blended with mushrooms and tomatoes in a garlic cream sauce ($9.50). Weekend crowds can gather around brunch specials featuring signature sandwiches and burgers such as The Great Onishi, a double cheddar burger with a belly full of pepper bacon, ham, and a fried egg ($11.25). In the true spirit of an alehouse, Concordia refuses to let any whistle run dry, any belly go unsated, or any napkin remain unused. Late-night crowds can feast into all hours with selections from the late-night menu, such as chicken strips ($8.50) and cheese or veggie burgers ($8.75), while happy-hour crowds can revel from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- Sooo many beers available! The pride and joy of Concordia Ale House is definitely the beer selection. A comfortable, laid-back atmosphere makes this bar an easy place to chill with friends while chatting, munching or playing a game of pool. – Portland Mercury
- Beer lovers certainly have their priorities straight...They’re happy slapping a bunch of brewery signs on the walls, making the pool tables free and focusing intensely on the brewskis. “Oh, you have Avec les Bons Voeux, the lesser-known saison [a Belgian pale, $7 per pint] from the famous Brasserie Dupont? Don’t mind if I do!” “Is that the Norwegian Nøgne Ø porter I saw in the Scandinavian issue of Beer Advocate for $7 a bottle? Indeed it is!”...On the website ratebeer.com, one person writes, “Concordia is the best overall beer place in Portland, period.” With 22 taps and more than 150 bottles, I’m inclined to agree. – Joseph Watts, Willamette Week
- I had the Greek burger, and it was one of the best burgers I've ever had. The meat had a nice subtle seasoning to it, and was cooked just right. The service was pretty good too. – jicamalurver, Citysearch
- Great beer selection and tasty fish and chips. Try the firehouse burger, yum. Yes, it's pub food, but much higher quality than other pubs. Friendly service and very comfortable ambiance. – rainatdusk, Citysearch
- It was the best burger I've ever had in my entire life...I'm a vegetarian now, so I'll have to break my routine if I ever want to try it again, but it was magical. Also the beers are aplenty, and that's how I like it. – Matthew G., Yelp
3276 NE Killingsworth Street
Portland, Oregon 97211Get Directions