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PDX - restaurants that do/not have Air Conditioning...

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MyNextMeal Jul 21, 2006 02:22 PM

Okay, it's gonna be hot and I have no inclination to cook.
What PDX restaurants do/not have AC???

Personally, I'm more interested in eastside restaurants (that serve ICE COLD beer...).

Does Kennedy School have AC?
Amnesia Brewing?
Places on 28th/Burnside?
Places on Alberta?

  1. patrick Jul 27, 2006 11:36 PM

    went to Barley Mill the other night. The "Grateful Dead" mcmenamins. Not exactly Chowhound material, but dependable and decent. Good Kolsch, too. A/C was subtle but effective. A decent break from the day's heat.

    Last night, not really a hot one, but we enjoyed the patio seating at Apizza Scholls for the first time. My appreciation for that place grows with each visit.

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      MyNextMeal Jul 25, 2006 02:21 PM

      I patronized Tacqueria Nueve and Laurelwood this weekend.

      Tacqueria Nueve had AC but was not powerful enough to be deemed as COOL.
      Laurelwood was a little bit cooler than Nueve but still on the warm side...

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        So Ho La Jul 24, 2006 09:22 PM

        Kennedy School definitely has A/C, and serves ice cold beer

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          JessWil Jul 23, 2006 01:25 AM

          Ate at Tabla last night. Good food, very hot. Bathroom was cool though, so there was air conditioning, but with that many people, that temperature, and a hot oven/stove, it never felt cool, not even for a second. We kept blowing out our candle just to try to keep cooler.
          Did you find any place nice and cold, for future reference?

          1. patrick Jul 21, 2006 11:31 PM

            sounds like you are in N but the Hawthorne Fish + Chips shop has such powerful AC that you will want to bring a sweater. Widmer Hefeweizen on tap too.

            Taqueria Nueve has AC. Not sure about Navarre. Now you've got me thinking where to have supper.

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