Winston Churchill was famous for the high standards he applied to alcohol, quipping, "Liquor is quicker, but get me a single malt scotch with moon rocks in it! I'm the English president!" Be like Ol' Winnie with today's Groupon to The Bitter End Pub, located on Burnside Street. Choose between the following options:
Across the street from PGE Park, The Bitter End Pub attracts draft-drinkers, appetizer aficionados, and professional Pac-Man players. The no-frills menu showcases savory pub fare, including cheesy garlic fries ($6.50), mini corndogs ($5.50), and the Ridiculous burger, where meat meets meat, a double dosage of cheese, and bacon, all under the umbrella of a sturdy bun ($9). Twenty-one beers stand ready to soothe esophagus canals, and a plethora of pool, foosball, pinball, and video games keep patron mind-matter from too intently exploring explosive physics theorem. Spectator patrons can catch digitally displayed matches with the eight-barreled battery of HD televisions, blasting anticipated sports events directly into the visual cortices of each viewer.
With option two, dehydrated draughtsman can fight the hops deficiency that causes crippling charisma reductions, making new friends the old-fashioned way with two frosty pitchers of Bitter End brew. Caskets of Newcastle Brown Ale ($17 per pitcher), or domestic delights ($14+ per pitcher) cast their charms and immediately disarm sober woes with their golden goodness, accompanied by fist-friendly appetizers (up to $15 total for two double orders). Heaping helpings of hellfire hot wings, a large helping of garlic cheesy fries, a mixed basket of mozzarella sticks and jalapeno poppers, and two barbecue pork or veggie quesadillas (or one of each) create a sated-stomach camaraderie that rarely exists outside of pub fairytales.
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