May 21st, 2008 Shefali Kulkarni | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Drink 2008

     
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Beer-centric Bailey’s is the coffee shop of bars—get in, get a pint, chat, get out. The industrial-chic decor and windows lined with beer bottles are nice enough, and the sleek wraparound bar serves up local cheese, chocolate and olive plates, but that’s as much fuss as you’ll get. Tables are small and seating is cozy, and you’ll find more than 20 Pacific Northwest drafts rotating through the taps along with an impressive bottle list. A sample tray of five 5-ounce tasters runs $7. Try the Six Rivers Raspberry Lambric or the Walking Man Saison DuPed—a clean crisp beer that goes down smoothly.
Perfect Patron: Thirsty nonsmokers who carry their MacBooks wherever they go and wouldn’t say no to a game of Connect Four with the next table. (SK)
FREE WI-FI, SMOKE-FREE, BOARD GAMES, UNISEX BATHROOMS.

 
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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