Bazi Bierbrasserie joins Thirsty Monk!
If Monks lived in Portland, this would be their watering hole. Full service bar bringing centuries of Belgian inspired beer and food under one roof plus a premium liquor selection. Explore with a nationally recognized Bier-Cocktail or simply sip on a glass of wine. As a Euro-theme establishment we embrace bringing community together through sports. Bazi is an official Thorns, Timbers and American Outlaws partner and showcases these and other events on a 114″ HDTV with surround sound. Located in the heart of the Hawthorne District, tucked away just off of SE 32nd Avenue. Look for the orange building. Named Portland’s No. 1 Bar for Soccer by The Oregonian (2016), Top 100 Beer Bars in America by DRAFT Magazine (2014, 2015) and Top 10 Portland Beer Bars by the Oregonian (2014).
Who is a Bazi? – “Bazi” is a Bavarian/Southern German term for a loveable crook. Pronounced “baht-see”. Most commonly used when playing drinking games, Bavarians slam their glass on the table and shout “Bazi” at the person trying to outsmart the rest. We know there’s a Bazi in every circle of friends.
What does Bierbrasserie mean? – Bierbrasserie is a description, not a name. It is most commonly used in Belgium and refers to “pubs” – bars with a ridiculous beer selection – that also have a full liquor license and serve food.
1522 SE 32nd Ave, Portland, OR 97214
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