The Vern

★★★★☆

About The Vern

Categories
  • Bars & Clubs
  • Food
  • Restaurants

Food

Food
More choices in Portland:
Resultset_next

Flying Pie Pizzeria

7804 SE Stark St Portland, AR

Resultset_next

King Burrito Mexican Food

2924 N Lombard St Portland, OR

4.3333 3
Hi! Sign in to let us know how The Vern was?
Write a Review
.

Smoky (well, not anymore, I guess), dark, cheap beer- what more could you want? The Vern is a good spot for the neighborhood. Beer specials are great!

4
★★★★☆

Smoky (well, not anymore, I guess), dark, cheap beer- what more could you want? The Vern is a good spot for the neighborhood. Beer specials are great!

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

The funniest thing about the "Vern" is that it got it's name by the T & A in tavern being burned out for so long. There are always a lot of real fun, down to earth people in here. Beware of the barmaid, she's a tad scary at first and had no problem putting you in yout place. Once you know "her" rules all wil be right with the world again. Cheapest, coldest PBR in PDX!!!

4
★★★★☆

The funniest thing about the "Vern" is that it got it's name by the T & A in tavern being burned out for so long. There are always a lot of real fun, down to earth people in here. Beware of the barmaid, she's a tad scary at first and had no problem putting you in yout place. Once you know "her" rules all wil be right with the world again. Cheapest, coldest PBR in PDX!!!

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

There is a scene in Portland of young people that graduated from being "alternative" or "indie" and they have a fluid manifesto. Some characteristics are an encyclopedic knowledge of obscure, adept music, ironic fashion (50's glasses, and nerdy clothing), and a love for the lowlife. Vern is a smoky dive, with a superb jukebox and ironically horrible jukebox, and band and movie posters. Your receipt may say Hannigan's Bar and Grill, but due to the sign outside that once said "tavern" now reads "Vern" due to a truck smashing into it a while back. Now if you're not sold on the perfect dive bar for southeast Portlanders, then maybe you'll like the $2 special on two different microbrews everynight served all days except Sundays where they sell Pabst Blue Ribbon for $1. Any Vern frequenting hipsters that happens to come across this review will think "I could write a superior review of The Vern," since its patrons are all self-described Burroughs influenced geniuses of the written word.

5
★★★★★

There is a scene in Portland of young people that graduated from being "alternative" or "indie" and they have a fluid manifesto. Some characteristics are an encyclopedic knowledge of obscure, adept music, ironic fashion (50's glasses, and nerdy clothing), and a love for the lowlife. Vern is a smoky dive, with a superb jukebox and ironically horrible jukebox, and band and movie posters. Your receipt may say Hannigan's Bar and Grill, but due to the sign outside that once said "tavern" now reads "Vern" due to a truck smashing into it a while back. Now if you're not sold on the perfect dive bar for southeast Portlanders, then maybe you'll like the $2 special on two different microbrews everynight served all days except Sundays where they sell Pabst Blue Ribbon for $1. Any Vern frequenting hipsters that happens to come across this review will think "I could write a superior review of The Vern," since its patrons are all self-described Burroughs influenced geniuses of the written word.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used The Vern, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review