Spirit of 77
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From the fellas who brought you Olympic Provisions, Clyde Common, Pepe Le Moko, The Richmond and Portland’s Ace Hotel comes what may be not only the friendliest local sports bar (it equally welcomes fanatics and their could-care-less friends with the same open arms) but the sports bar that probably (thanks to that Olympic Provisions connection) serves the best food.
Play Action: Seven TVs hang in the room and above the bar, and there’s an HD projector that lights up games on the 16-by-9-foot screen that centers the room.
Beers on Tap: Eight local and regional rotators.
Grub: Wings three ways, chili dogs and one mean black bean and quinoa veggie burger.
Atmosphere: This is the sports bar for people who like games but aren’t committed to the one on the TV: In other words, there are dartboards, foosball tables, basketball pop-a-shots and skee ball, and playing each one is free—excepting those skee ball lanes, which will run you a quarter a game.
Touchdown: Fish tacos with cabbage slaw and chipotle aioli.