The Goose Hollow Inn is a Portland institution, its walls covered with city photos and memorabilia. Opened in 1967 by Bud Clark, former mayor of Portland, it's always prided itself on being a bar for conversation, making it the perfect spot for putting the world to rights. It's cozy, friendly, and full of regulars. In winter, it almost feels like being tucked up in a chalet, and it boasts one of the most popular decks in town during the summer. There are around a dozen beers on tap (including local brews from Breakside, Deschutes, and Double Mountain), and the bar menu includes an extravagant Reuben and roast beef sandwiches. MJ SKEGG
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