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The Bar


 

 

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The Bar


 

 

 

The Bar

We love spirits and we think you should too.  Our bar program is designed to encourage you to try something new, explore our spirit list or order a classic cocktail you've never tasted.  We put together an expansive single-barrel spirits list and cocktails on tap so you might discover something new while you're here.  And it won't take an hour to get your drink either thanks to our 16 gun spirit tap system . If spirits aren't your thing (this week) try one of our barrel- aged beers, a glass of wine or bubbles from our list including two Bit House blends with Cana or a frozen cocktail slushy. With 28 different drinks on tap we're sure we can serve you something you'll like.

 
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The Food


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The Food


THE food

Like the cocktails, our menu riffs on classic stick to yer ribs bar food. A killer double burger with one beef and one elk patty,  beer cheese soup, a homemade fried bologna sandwich and pecan smoked chicken wings. Even the wildly addictive beer nuts are made in house.  For the more discerning palette we've got you covered with everything from flat iron steak and seasonal salads to our meat charcuterie and fish boards. Our kitchen lovingly serves the entire menu from open to close.  

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The History


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The History


THE History

In a way 727 SE Grand was destined to be a gathering place from the beginning. The building was built by Nathaniel K West, the forward- thinking merchant in 1896. Once complete he opened a dry goods store on the corner and lived upstairs with his family for many years. Most recently the East Bank Saloon occupied the space for 36 good years.  So we raise a glass to Mr. West as he was responsible much of the early development of the East Side including the Morrison Bridge. Nathaniel arrived in Portland from New York in 1875 and the city was independent municipality. The Willamette was still crossed only by boat or canoe and a 'bit' or two could still buy you a jigger of whiskey. Nathaniel was responsible for a handful of historic buildings on the East Side including the West Block which are some of the the oldest surviving buildings on the East Side. The building resides on the National Register of Historic Places.



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