Those towering gray leather booths, the sunny, sleek patio, the sweeping art-nouveau mural and tiny, gritty oil paintings of PDX streets—it only took a two-month remodel for Alan Davis to turn the venerable Southeast Industrial pub Produce Row (204 SE Oak St., 232-8355) from crusty beer geek to suds chic. Don’t freak, regulars: For three decades-plus, ProRow has been a chill spot to sip a pint of Hales Cream Ale on nitro with a friend—now it feels like a chill spot to sip a pint (24 drafts and 20 bottles to choose from) and then have a shot at making out with that friend. This infusion of sex appeal is a great thing. Old soul songs now soundtrack drinkers downing the spot’s new namesake brew (a light ale created in collaboration by three Oregon brewers), exploring fun whiskey-beer pairings and gobbling pulled-pork sliders. Fabulous.