We enjoyed our visit to Pig and Pound with friends here on Friday night. Nice beer choices. Eight craft beers on tap, offering a variety local and Oregon beers as well as some international beers and hard ciders. I enjoyed the Red Ale from Redmond's own Phat Matt's. Others in our group enjoyed the local pale ale and the new Worthy Breweries IPA. It was Friday at 6:30 and chilly out, so only indoor seating (there is a large deck for summer dining). The place was busy but we found a table. This night we were just here for drinks. But the menu looked interesting and we'll be back for dinner on another night. Our friends, who've eaten her many times, raved about the fish 'n chips, the onion rings and the bangers. Our server (btw with dreadlocks) was low-key but friendly and knowledgeable about food and beverages. The menu is posted on a pair of chalkboards on the wall. Prices very reasonable $8-$12. Classic rock, featuring British rockers from Sting to the Rolling Stones, provides a soundtrack to ongoing conversation. Minor drawback is it size, very cozy with only a few tables and chairs around the bar, but the atmosphere was delightful and we enjoyed our visit here. We'll be back, especially in the summer when the deck opens.
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