In Portland on business and stumbled across. Cool vibe and you can actually get a good sandwich at reasonable price.
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My daughter is a known "foodie" and is always excited to plan our dinners. I had previously dined at the Picnic House on several occasions for lunch but this was my first time coming for dinner. Luckily for us, we had reservations! The place was...More
Really cool Casual place The restaurant have a nice "rétro/pub" look that make you feel welcome Service is Quick and the food is good the price are fair !! They have a bar next to the restaurant and cocktail look nice
Nice service, good lunch, a hit in my book! I liked the 1/2 sandwich, salad or soup option. I had the pulled pork sandwich and it was delicious. This place is very convenient and seating available. I recommend you try it!
Stopped by after the lunch rush, but not sure on a Saturday if there really was one. No problem getting a table. Seemed understaffed from the beginning. It took awhile for our simple meals to arrive. Service was lackluster. The outdoorsy decor seemed dusty, and...More
The grilled cheese and soup was anything but ordinary. Wild mushrooms, thyme and a hint of wine made the soup a warm start on a frosty evening. The grilled cheese had a sharp bite to the cheddar that stood up well to the sweet caramelized...More
A large group of us came in for lunch last week. I had the brown rice salad with chicken - it was delicious! Others around the table did the combination soup, salad and sandwich options. Everyone was pleased with their meal and we were in...More
First of all I have seen a larger selection at a high school football game... There was one burger option, 3 sandwiches, 3 salads and a bunch of strange sides... The burger was a good though; it was actually really good and so were the...More
I’m not going to lie, I had the tomato basil soup and grilled cheese sandwich yesterday and I’ve been thinking about it ever since! Haha! How could something so simple be sooooo good?! It was my first time eating here, even though my parents and...More
They advertise the martinis as the coldest in town. Sure enough, it looks like they use dry ice to chill the glasses. Nice space just up from the movie theater and down from the Schnitz. 2 martinis =$22.00