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BridgePort Brewpub, Portland

(3.9/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • I love breweries and I was a bit disappointed with Bridgeport. Felt more like it should be in a shopping mall than in the hip city of Portland. More like a generic Hard Rock Cafe than a cool brewer su...  more »
  • great beer, take the brewery tour! fun atmosphere and standard food for dining. good service as well. 
  • The upstairs room with its red brick interior is excellent for a party for up to 60 people. The hors-d'oeuvre and the buffet style food was delicious. The waiter was a bit eager with cleaning up the s...  more »
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  • Large restaurant serving pub food at a reasonable price. Nice interior and great service. The burgers were tasty. Appetizers are also wonderful, great food to go with the local craft beer on the menu.
  • The warm spinach and mushroom salad was great, especially with chicken added. The beer selection the night I went was a little light with only two rotating taps of the three spots filled, and then five staple beers. The beers are pretty good - I think the Low Ball is the standout for me - but there are other breweries in Portland that I enjoy more for the beer. This is definitely worth a visit though.
  • Lovely spot, plenty of space, adult and kid friendly. Haven't tried the food, but I see a lot of smiling faces and great smells as I sip my delicious Porter.
  • We held our wedding ceremony here in the Heritage Room and were extremely pleased with the experience. We worked primarily with Kaili as the event coordinator, and she went above and beyond to keep us organized and on track with the event planning, while enabling us to customize every detail. The staff was terrific, including the other event coordinator, Barb, as well as the waitstaff and bartenders we worked with on the day of. Pricing was fair and communicated clearly upfront and throughout the process. Of course, last but not least, the food and presentation were perfect. Large portions of tasty food, and we were able to work with Kaili beforehand to make sure our guests' various dietary restrictions were met. BridgePort did so much to give us a wonderful wedding day, and we couldn't have been happier with our choice of venue. :-)
  • Quality beers from Oregon's oldest craft brewery, surprisingly good northwest cuisine, friendly atmosphere in a renovated factory building on a cobblestone street. The streetside patio is a great place for watching the brew cycle pedal by. A fun place to hang out and have a cool one.