A sun-soaked modern pub right next to Jeld-Wen field, Portland Urban Bistro's popping out enough booze and high-end pub food to feed an army... and given its proximity to the field, that'd be the Timbers Army, so expect Timber Joey to continue sawing logs after he falls into a food coma.
The abundance of windows in this place makes it feel like a human aquarium, and means you can gawk at downtown foot traffic when not watching the Mariners on flatscreens and sipping classic cocktails at the well-stocked bar.
The entrees are huge, like this chicken pot pie that's as wide as a frisbee, but shouldn't be thrown at your hippie friend unless you want to scald him, which, actually, you might. You can also score dry-aged ribeye, halibut fish & chips, and a cut of the gravy-soaked Mama's Meatloaf.
There are also meat-wiches like pulled pork and 1/2lb burgers, which shrink into sliders that're $3.25 w/ fries during the daily 3-6p happy hour.
This deep-fried monster is "The Grilled Cheese that Killed Elvis". It's 5000 calories of dairy, pancetta, and avocado, and has graciously been pre-sliced so that you don't need to borrow Joey's chainsaw.