I love this place, reminds me of cheers, with a sports bar, best friends basement feel to it, they have karaoke, and bingo nights!! They also have comedy nights and Anarchy Raidio broadcasts live..with young local owners there is a good chance you'll run into someone you know!!!
Honestly my favorite place to go, when the say the best fries in town..well they mean it I was a bit dissapointed to get 6 mozz sticks for $6.95 but they tasted amazing Alfredo Pasta with garlic bread for under $7 all day...yes please Chicken strips are great and the garlic aioli is fantastic Love the food, Love the 17 taps although 6 IPA's is a bit much but Atlas Blackberry on draft helps. Great Staff and Every Bartender/Server seems to love working at this establishment LOVE LOVE LOVE STADIUMS
Well I went to breakfast on Sunday and to watch some football. Great place to watch the games but the food was not so good. I understand they are just getting going with breakfast but is this the first time the new cook has cooked breakfast???? Service was fine but they ran out of eggs, i ordered overeasy and when i finally got them they were not cooked all the way and they were COLD! Bacon was microwaved and COLD! Toast was not buttered and COLD! Hash browns came a few minutes later and they were hot but not cooked all the way. I hope they improve soon
26 TVs. Lots of beer selections. NFL package. Pinball, sports games and tons of room. 2 pool tables. This place has a tremendous upside, I hope they keep growing and fill in the small things they need. Video lottery? Designated smokers area? I will be back to try food and a sports Sunday.
I ordered a little burger no cheese with small fries $8.68 Maybe they should take their prices back to Washington DC The solution is killer burger is just down the street The problem is you can go out and eat a sitdown meal for 10 bucks Way overpriced for Portland Oregon
I entered and was greeted by the older gentleman that I'm assuming is the manager. There were only 2 working tonight. Five Guys is it a gourmet burger by no means but it ranks way above your typical fast food drive-through burger. There are boxes of peanuts that you can get your unlimited fill of while you wait that are a free addition to your meal. Their potatoes for their hand cut fries are purchased from local farmers and they place the name of the farm they came from on the wall. The beef is fresh not frozen and they lots of toppings to choose from. I ordered a cheeseburger and small fry "light Cajun spice". The reason for this is because for some reason this stores cajun spice appears hotter than other locations I have been to. The guy repeated it back and I also repeated it again. I was asked if I would like a glass of water while I wait which was very nice. The Manager told the other guy working that I wanted light Cajun spice on my fries twice and he repeated it back. I received my to go order within 10 minutes and guess what it was not LIGHT Cajun spice it was more like HEAVY and Dripping with Cajun spice. My mouth was on fire and I was way too many miles away from this location to go back. Three stars is for not getting it when I heard it repeated six times and it was on the ticket that I requested Light Cajun spice. Water please! My tongue is on fire!
I never did figure out the art connection with the restaurant but I thought the use of an artist's palate as a tray then menu was unique and kinda cute. I also don't quite get why the reviews for this place are so low. Sure, it caters mostly to an older crowd. But it seems they've been in the same spot for almost 40 years so it makes sense that their loyal fan base would be on the older side. I stopped in for breakfast and since I had eaten omelets, skillets, and country gravy several days prior, I was looking for something a bit healthier. My choice? Oatmeal with raisins. It was exactly like I make it at home. Not too thick and not too thin with plump and juicy raisins, butter and just the perfect amount of brown sugar. And at less than $5, I thought the price was juuuuuussssst right. The service was good, the prices right and the menu looked quite varied. I can't wait to come back for the hamburger steak and eggs with grilled onions and mushrooms. 8/15/14: Went back for the hamburger steak and eggs. While it wasn't the best I've ever had, it was pretty tasty. I couldn't believe it when the waitress remembered me. She said, "Oh you're the oatmeal gal." Of course, it seems the place is mostly frequented by regulars so seeing a new face would be a little easier to remember. You know the place is filled with regulars when she's pouring coffee and putting in breakfast orders as the people step out of their vehicles. And I discovered the art connection. When originally started it was an art gallery and you could buy local artist's painting from the walls.
Local, small business that makes you feel at home. I haven't been going to GG's for very long, but the few times I do go the food is always very good! The small menu makes since because it's a small restaurant, and I think that adds to the quality of the food they do have. They have the best blueberry pancakes I've ever tried simply because they use REAL berries, not that preservative crap they use at chain restaurants like Ihop and Sheri's. I've lived in Milwaukie all my life and I will continue to support my local small business, and this one is top notch!
I guess I may be spoiled on how good the Reuben sandwiches my restaurant made when I had it, with really good pastrami, piled high with house made winekraut, good Swiss cheese on Franz thick sliced rye bread, I haven't been able to find a Rueben that even comes close anywhere. I was really disappointed with GG's. $9.25 for a Reuben made with, what was close to cheap grocery store purchased pastrami, a small amount of sauerkraut that had little taste, on thin sliced so called deli rye bread. Also ordered a side of potato salad, $2.75 for a small bowl/portion that had way to much celery and not much taste once you got past the celery. The menu didn't offer many selections either and everything else looked over-priced. Won't return, there other deli type restaurants nearby that are not as over-priced for the portion of food and use quality ingredients in there menu items.
This is a new Panda Express location in the Oak Grove Shopping center. Everything at this location is very clean and well maintained. The Service here is always really fast and friendly. I specifically like the service provided by the counter employee named Bridgett, she is extra friendly and courteous and always makes me feel welcome, I've been going back because of her five star service.
Extremely slow service and often out of food. Prefer the Oregon City location
I can't believe I'm reviewing a Panda Express. a new low for me, perhaps it says something of Milwaukie. I've tried the local competition of Chinese-American fare in the area, Wongs garden, Imperial Garden, HongKong 97. I can describe them simply disappointing and somewhat appalling. Oh gosh, I looked that Panda Buffet spread and promptly ran out the door. And in comparison, at least I can see the food first at the Panda, the chowmein was actually regular noodles, not weird cracker things. Kungpao was spicy, and not sweet. And if they are low of something, they will cook up a fresh batch. Hey this is a key tip my friends. Just ask for fresh food if it looks old. they can do it rather quickly. 2nd tip, always get it to go, because the containers have more room than the plates. 3rd tip, some items carry a premium cost, avoid these as they are over priced, eh, except the angus steak and asparagus, I actually find it quite tasty. So in conclusion, Panda Express is not appalling or disappointing. and I'd go back when I haven't the energy to drive out to the 82 and division.