Far in the past 2006 or so , folks have passionately discussed what special sauce Hobie and Pete of he Bipartisan Café put into their Coconut Maretto Cream and 46 variety of pies. Some shout out from the previous century that pies are the food of the heroic!
Portland style heroic could be a rather grim task to describe. However, Pete and Hobie attract heroic 20th century partisans to meet for pie and wifi.
Under 14′ Ceilings of antique pine , chained to laptops, and iphones students and locals are transfixed by their deep dish Banana Creams, pumpkin oranges, Chocolate Butterscotches, Sour Cream Apples, Peaches and Cream s and 40 other pie varieties enjoying grandma’s ultimate health food and good conversation.
An eclectic mix of partisans and I bet non partisans commune with their computers and wireless instruments no doubt profoundly inspired by a fantastic mix of framed portraits Millard Filmore, James K Polk, someone who looks a lot like Chester Arthur, or his cousin Rutherford B Hayes, Harrison, and the best looking of the presidents Dwight Eisenhower, Gene McCarthy, Kennedy and Johnson, Geronimo, Hunkapapa and Chief Joseph. A huge copy of the Declaration of Independence rests beside various proclamations and curled campaign posters covering the massive 1912 Anspach buildings vintage walls.
Live music on Friday nites with no cover.7 p.m., FREE
Old Time Music
The Macrae Sisters are fiddlers Sophie Vitells and Marian Macrae Herrmann, Gabrielle Macrae on banjo, Joanna Macrae on guitar, and Jamie Herrmann on bass fiddle.
SO VERY PORTLAND
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