We Played A Fun Drinking Game With Adam Rippon
1. The Wurst724 E Burnside, Portland
2. Uptown Billiards Club120 NW 23rd Ave, Portland
3. Leisure Public House8002 N Lombard St, Portland
4. Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade511 NW Couch St, Portland
5. Triple Nickel3646 SE Belmont St, Portland
6. Rialto Poolroom Bar & Cafe529 SW 4th Ave, Portland
7. Spirit of '77500 NE Martin Luther King Junior, Portland
8. Punch Bowl Social700 SW 5th Ave, Portland
9. Tugboat Brewing Co.711 SW Ankeny St, Portland
10. Slingshot Lounge5532 SE Center St, Portland
The Wurst is making alcohol and bratwurst sexy again, and they don't care who knows it. With a fine selection of beers on draft and in bottled form, as well as a number of specialty mixed drinks, there's plenty of special sauce to prepare you for the pool tables, pinball and skee ball they have as well.
This swank little billiards club on NW 23rd houses the best tables in town and is usually filled with the better players. The perfect place to meet fellow enthusiasts and enjoy some eats/drinks.
Featuring an honest-to-god bocce ball court outside, plus delicious bar eats like an Applewood-smoked bacon panini, this boozer is the perfect spot for a group.
Classic arcade 'n drink emporium Ground Kontrol has been remodeled/upgraded to version "3.0", which brings new comfy flooring, an LED-heavy Tron grid-esque interior.
After being overhauled, the Triple Nickel is STILL a neighborhood favorite in Southeast Portland, boasting giant Jenga, four dart boards, four pool tables, a juke box, and a solid bar menu.
With their famously large pours, Rialto is a local favorite, serving up locally sourced meats and fish in their combo restaurant-bar-pool room.
Complete with old-school gym accoutrements (including a working scoreboard!), Spirit augments traditional sports bar trappings with indoor bike parking, a line of hoops-shooting games, and a menu sporting old Topps cards and featuring killer mastication-creations like a burger enshrouded in sourdough known as the 'Frisco Melt, also what chicks and a few gym teachers in SF do every time Tim Lincecum shakes out his raven locks. Me-ow!!
This grown-up's version of Chuck E. Cheese's has oh so many games... and booze. Lots of booze.
This place specializes in British-style strong ales, offering a wide selection of microbrews as well as an assortment of international beers and wines. There's live Jazz in the evening and only enough seating for 50, so get there early and grab a pint.