Portland >Joe's Cellar
Avoid League night. The people that belong to the pool league are extremely rude. DO NOT come here on league night. or ever.
A not so dirty dive. I love going to Joe's on Sunday nights for karaoke. There's a good mix of people, everyone from hipsters to hillbillies, old to young. The drinks are cheap and stiff and the staff is friendly. This is a great down home feeling bar on NW 21st, where most bars can be too expensive and pretentious.
Avoid the Hot roast beef sandwich -. It's better, and cheaper to roast your own beef, make scratch mash potatoes and real gravy, then charge a little more. I'd stick to burgers or cold sandwiches next time.
Relaxed, Fun and Diverse Bar & Restaurant!.
Joe's Cellar is a great place to play pool, watch sports, eat and drink!
The pool tables are in excellent condition costing $.50 a game.
The digital jukebox has a never ending selection for a great price.
Daily happy hour special: $2.00 hamburgers from 2pm - 6pm.
Tuesday special: Free tacos with purchase of a drink.
Curbside covered seating.
$3.50 draft beers include: Broken Halo IPA, Stella and more!
Overall this place is excellent especially for those on a budget. It would be a great place for regular group get togethers. The location is on 21st ave. not more than a block from expensive restaurants, bars, lounges etc. GREAT PLACE TO GET THE NIGHT STARTED!
* The only thing that would improve this place would be a remodel to improve the atmosphere.
Best "Classic" American Diner in Portland.
For those looking for an old fashioned diner, you can't go wrong with Joe's in an area full of the trendy (not to mention high priced), eats. Joe's is a refreshing change. Adults can venture into the bar, but they have the cafe for anyone with kids or if you want to avoid the smoke. Happy hour is from 7-10am. With great servers & classic American diner food, the only thing is if you go in for breakfast, bring an appetite. They don't skimp on the portions.
Also they have a rare commodity in NW Portland, there are over 20 off street parking spots. As for being easy to get to , they are just off the freeway, not to mention two blocks from the streetcar.
If you are looking for a diner or bar out of your childhood, there is no better than Joe's
Mellow, comfortable dive bar. I moved across the street from Joe's a couple weeks ago, and it's pretty much become my regular hangout. Stiff, cheap drinks, great friendly barstaff, several pool tables if you're into that, a couple big-screen TVs and a diverse, lowkey blue-collar crowd. My type of people.
Greasy and Cheap!. This is the best place if your in the mood for a greasy breakfast. When I ordered my hashbrowns, the waitress asked if I wanted gravy on it. Do you even have to ask?
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