November 30th, 1999 12:00 am David Robinson | Food Reviews & Stories

Drink 2009


Clogging the right ventricle of the heart of Old Town’s bar nexus, Berbati’s is best known for its music venue wing, the Pan. But don’t stay away when there isn’t a show. Although this all-purpose hangout bustles Friday and Saturday nights with club-bound weekend warriors, the Greek-family-owned, long-running cornerstone of Portland nightlife is an equally fitting place to catch a projection-screened midweek ballgame or grab a quiet beer and cheap gyro around the tastefully lit, art-adorned bar.
What to drink: A neat digestif of ouzo, $5, to wash down that tasty lamb gyro.
Happy hour: $3 well drinks and microbrews 4-7 pm daily.
Entertainment: TV, pool, pinball, jukebox, First Thursday art.

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