Smoky, juicy, and not greasy. The blue cheese sauce was very good too. Good selection of local beers. Service could This place is totally PDX - went there on a Friday night and it was pretty busy. The fire pit out back is pretty cool. The service was good, but others would probably say it was really slow as we had to wait a long Giving a very generous 4 significant other wanted to give a 3.
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The seat establishment opened on July 31, ,  in a space previously occupied by East Bank Saloon for more than three decades. Elk Collective oversaw the remodel prior to opening. Bit House is a bit like a circus for bar people The crowd, meanwhile, is like a shotgun blasted into a census report—bar service pros, French tourists, old dudes, suburbanites, posh youth, you name it I literally never know what to expect in here, but there's always something new, and the eavesdropping at the back fire pit is some of my favorite in town. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bit House Saloon. Eater Portland. Archived from the original on March 6, Retrieved March 2,
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Tell us a little about this place: Where is it, and what's the vibe? You might've inferred it by the name, but Bit House Saloon's Pre-Prohibition origins are evident from the moment you enter, from its wooden floors and tall brick walls. The sprawling bar is separated by one such wall, with a hidden room and tufted furniture throughout. The bar itself stretches almost the length of the room, with bartenders hurrying about behind it pouring whiskey and wine and stirring up drinks. It's a full-service affair, with something for everyone and anyone. So who is everyone and anyone—who's here? The crowd at Bit House varies by day. On a Monday or Wednesday, expect to see a few industry workers nursing an off-day beer or a young couple on a first date.
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