Oregon Ducks v. the Beavs at Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill

The teams of Oregon and Oregon State have been practicing all year to take each other on during this year’s upcoming “Civil War” football game, and we’ve go all the action at Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill.

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The Oregon Beavers also find themselves digging their way out of a recent three game slump. We’ve seen the Beavers’ promising offensive team and their quarterback Marcus McMaryion’s potential, but whether those advantages come through in the upcoming game has yet to be proven.

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Whether you are a Duck or Beaver fan you’ll find the best place to watch this anticipated game is at North Portland’s Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill. We predict the bar will be busy that day, with fans equally divided between the two teams. Our kitchen will be cooking up a great tailgating menu and, of course, our rotating taps will full of Oregon’s best beers. Can you ask for a better day than that? Of course not!

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Join us on Saturday, November 26th at 1pm to watch Oregon College Football’s “Civil War” between the Oregon Ducks and the Oregon State Beavers. Come early to get a good seat and enjoy one of our weekend breakfasts!

Taking the Show on the Road in the Greeley Avenue “Bar Car”

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We’re going places!

Our intrepid traveler Rainer Wieland and his wife Vera just returned from a trip to the Southwest and they went in style, sporting a banner that advertised Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill and our sister bars, the Yukon Tavern and Mock Crest Tavern, too!

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Our “bar car” headed out onto the highway to explore the iconic geological features of Monument Valley. Rainer brought along his camera and snapped some amazing photos of the famous landscape—

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and a few friends they met along the way.

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Here is a beautiful shot of Sunset Point . It’s part of the Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.

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Vera and Rainer often hop in their car to go and Rainer proudly sports all the logos of his beloved bars right on the side of his car. It surely must tempt many of the road weary travelers they pass along the way—maybe we’ll be pouring them a beer from our rotating taps some day.

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As much as Rainer loves to be cruisin’ down the highway, he also loves the thought of returning home to his three bars, especially as the weather changes and the days and night growing cooler. Rainer loves to share his stories of the road while he shares a hearty fall brew with his friends at Greeley. So, the next time you see the Greeley Avenue “bar car” crusin’ down a North Portland street give Rainer a wave. He might just be starting his next adventure!

Batter Up! It’s the World Series at Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill

The great American pastime has finally reached its zenith as Major League Baseball wraps up the 2016 season with the World Series beginning on Tuesday, October 25th, and Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill is the best place to catch the action in North Portland.

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This year the real “October surprise” just might happen during the series, with the long-suffering Chicago Cubs favored to win. Of course, this storyline has followed the Cubs through multiple seasons only to end in a disappointing loss at the championships. It’s been more than 100 years since they’ve taken it all the way, but this year might break that disappointing trend. We’ll just have to follow along to find out.

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The Cubs began the season in February as the betting man’s favorite to win the World Series as 4 to 1 favorites, and they amassed the best record this season, winning the National League’s notoriously difficult Central Division by 17.5 games, eight games better than any other MLB team.

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Join us at Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill next week for the 2016 World Series! We’ll be showing all the games on our twelve big screen TVs that are inside and outside our bar. We carry all the best cable sports packages, so you won’t miss a thing while you kick back with a burger and a beer at North Portland’s favorite sports bar!

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The Art of the Grindhouse

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Art by Edward Kersh

Greeley Grindhouse has been showing the best in cult and B movies at Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill for over four years now. Churning out the masterpieces of bad theater with the sharp wit of grindhouse moviegoers who’s biting remarks are as sharp as the fangs of a mangy werewolf.

Each month the Greeley Grindhouse feature is recreated in poster form by two talented artists who share their vision of these classics in beautiful—if somewhat irreverent—art.

Our long-term artist, Edward Kersh, puts his signature style into every image he’s created for our movies. Strong black lines and bold color schemes depict the threads of off-beat humor, gore and destruction that weave through the plots. Adding familiar touches from the movies, his posters are always sought after by fans.

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Art by Andy Vanderbilt

Greeley Grindhouse’s newest artist, Andy Vanderbilt, began his sojourn into the Greeley Grindhouse art world with the July premier of our Sharknado marathon and followed it up in August with Shaft in Africa. His modern style puts the subjects up front with bright colors and themes that match the era. We’re looking forward to seeing how far his artistic mind can take these reinterpretations of our beloved classics.

Edward’s and Andy’s posters have become a favorite part of the Greeley Grindhouse experience and at the intermission during each feature presentation host Mac Bell holds a raffle for someone to win that month’s selection. Join us at Greeley Avenue Bar and Grill every month for one of the best in “worst” movies and maybe you’ll be coming home with one of the famous Greeley Grindhouse movie posters! (Dates change so check the Greeley Avenue Facebook page for the next showing.)

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Are You Ready for Some Football!

It’s that time of year again!

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The sound of the referee’s whistle, the clashing helmets of the defensive line, the beautiful arc of a professionally thrown ball—football season is a great time of year. For North Portland sports fans there’s no better place to celebrate the season than at Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill.

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Our cable sports packages, shown on our twelve TVs, will be broadcasting the best in college and NFL action throughout the season and our crowds will have plenty to say about the calls, too. It’s always a great time to join in on the “armchair quarterback” debates over an ice cold beer, and our rotating taps have all the best brews found in Portland.

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Take a look at our menu and you’ll see the tailgate food you crave is waiting for you, too. Our Out n’ In Burger has fast become a favorite. It’s a double-double burger with all the trimmings, on a brioche bun and house-made sauce. Add some fries and you’ve got an upgraded American classic. And back by popular demand, our weekend “NFL Breakfast” features two scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage and a warm buttermilk biscuit smothered in our own sausage gravy. It’ll fill you up while you ease into your day of football.
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Don’t forget our Hot Wings with your choice of five different sauces and our Cheeseburger Sliders. Amber, Greeley’s manager and chef, recently took the Barfly and Budweiser’s top honors in their sponsored slider competition.

Join us every game day this season for the best football coverage, at the best sports bar in North Portland; Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill!

Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill Hosts Barfly and Budweiser’s “Slider Competition” Champions

Our chefs have taken us all the way to the finish line with their Budweiser Bacon Jam sliders at the Barfly and Budweiser’s “Slider Competition” at Greeley Avenue Bar and Grill!

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Photo by Dean Fletcher

Amber and Bode crafted an amazing slider, building on the great menu items you’ll always find at Greeley. Their creation included crispy fried onions, a blue cheese sauce, arugula, tomato and the show stopping ingredient; bacon “jam.” They paired it with a red, white and blue potato salad and the judges all agreed that it was a winning combination.

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Photo by Dean Fletcher

Barfly and Budweiser occasionally show up at Greeley to test out the imaginations of our chefs and bartenders. This time they brought a kegorator of Bud with them and Greeley acted as the starting point for the daylong competition on August 19th when over 60 people showed up to see who’s slider would take the day.

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Four bars participated and the competition was stiff but in the end the best slider won. (Don’t tell anyone, but we already knew we’d win with Amber and Bode’s sliders—they always create delicious food).

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Photo by Dean Fletcher

Greeley often hosts special events, including our traditional New Years Eve parties, Pub Crawl and Patio Crawl events and even bachelor and bachelorette parties. With two heated patios and a large and open space inside the bar there’s always enough room to accommodate whatever size group you expect.

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Photo by Dean Fletcher

So, congratulations to Amber and Bode for their win in the Barfly and Budweiser “Slider Competition” and to Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill for its title as one of North Portland’s favorite sports bars!

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Photo by Dean Fletcher

Welcome Back, University of Portland Students

The 2016-2017 school year has arrived and Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill wants to extend a warm welcome to the students of the University of Portland. Greeley is many things to many people, so here’s a little background on North Portland’s favorite sports bar.

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We’ve Got Game

Don’t worry about missing your favorite teams this football season. Our big screens, projection screens, and Greeley’s “Wall of TVs” broadcast the best cable sports packages all day long.

If you’d like to get in on a game of your own our classic pinball games, electronic gambling, pool and shuffleboard tables, and weekly Texas Hold ‘em nights provide ample opportunity to let you claim your own championship title.

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FIrst beer in Dublin at the Hairy Lemon

We’ve Got Great Beer

Of course, we’ve got all the great beer that gives our city the moniker; “Beervana!” Foreign, domestic, and local craft beers stand side-by-side with cider, the latest craze, in our rotating taps. Check out our online leaderboard to see what’s being poured in real time. And, we serve great wines and top-shelf spirits, too!

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We’ve Got Great Food

There’s nothing like a home cooked meal when you’re deep in the books. Don’t deprive yourself of a tasty treat; join us for one of the delectable specials our cooks prepare every day. Our regular menu features all the pub grub you love, and don’t leave without trying one of our pudding shots for desert.

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We’ve Got Greeley Grindhouse!

Greeley Grindhouse’s B and cult movie nights have played the best of the worst movies for four years and they never disappoint. Sharknado, Santa v. the Martians, Reefer Madness and more thrill the crowd with their amazingly bad cinema.

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We’ve Got Free WiFi

Just what every modern student needs to get through a semester of college; free WiFi! At Greeeley you’ll be able to work on your paper while watching sports and enjoying a tasty beer.

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When you’ve got a paper to finish or want to unwind with friends, head over to Greeley Avenue Bar and Grill to settle in for great food, great beer, and great sports action. We have two Happy Hours every day from 3-7pm and 10pm-closing, with a breakfast menu on the weekends when we open at 9am.