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Sellwood Publice House

Noodles1000 | May 5, 200512:23 PM     5

Sellwood Public House is doing some really good things. They're expanding their menu to include more sandwiches and pasta dishes. Wednesday and Sunday are pint nights, PBR is $1.50, everything else is $2.00. That's a deal considering they've increased their taps to 12. They have 2 beers from Roots Brewery, they're getting 3 from Tucks Brewery, as well as Mac and Jacks, Dead Guy Ale, TG IPA and more. I live close to this place, so I've been making weekly trips. If I'm getting a whole pizza instead of a slice of cheese or veggie, I like the very veggie with red sauce on NY crust. The NY crust has a good taste, is black on the bottom, is crispy and chewey. I also get the ceasar, but I tend to think it needs more garlic. I've had the Mediterrean Pasta twice in the last 2 weeks. Once it was made with penne and once with liguine. Both times it was good. I like plenty of goodies in my sauce. I wasn't disappointed with the quantity of olives, capers and cheese. A homemade breadstick also comes with the pasta.

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