Portland Restaurant Guide

Champions Sports Bar
4.2 stars (1 ratings)

(503) 226-7600

1401 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, OR 97201

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Dining Specials

Pizza Mia
Italian, Sports Bar and Grill, Casual/Family, Bar
Crackerjacks Pub & Eatery
American, Brewery/Pub/Tavern

Restaurant Description

Restaurant critics, neighborhood regulars, and first time visitors alwaysagree about Champions Sports Bar: the atmosphere is great, the food is superb,and the service is outstanding. The restaurant offers a casual atmospherethat is perfect for dining with friends, co-workers, and family members. Thecreative menu features a wide array of great selections, always made fromthe highest quality ingredients. Be sure to ask your server about dailyspecials and other notable menu selections. The staff at Champions Sports Barare friendly and professional and will ensure that your dining experienceis a pleasant one. Please stop in soon!
September 25, 2004 @ 9:15 PM
4  out of 5 stars
a diner from NY
My husband and I enjoyed our appetizers, New England Chowder (in a bread bowl) and Lobster Flourentine Soup--both were simply fabulous and bursting with flavor! For our entrees, we had the Boothbay Seafood Penne and the foot-long Lobster Roll; both were tasty as well. The Boothbay dish had plenty of seafood, and it was not as "heavy" as some other cream-based dishes. As for the Lobster Roll, I've never tasted one before, so I cannot honestly tell you if it is better (or worse) than most. As compared to the appetizers, both entrees were slightly less tasty, but it could be because the soups were just so very flavorful. For dessert I had espresso and Key Lime pie, also new to me. The pie had a light, mellow flavor and it was good enough to finish, despite feeling more than sated. Also, the servers were friendly and attentive. My husband and I enjoyed our meal very much and we recommend that you give Allie's a try.

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Avg Rating: 4  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 1

September 25, 2004 @ 9:15 PM
4  out of 5 stars
a diner from NY
My husband and I enjoyed our appetizers, New England Chowder (in a bread bowl) and Lobster Flourentine Soup--both were simply fabulous and bursting with flavor! For our entrees, we had the Boothbay Seafood Penne and the foot-long Lobster Roll; both were tasty as well. The Boothbay dish had plenty of seafood, and it was not as "heavy" as some other cream-based dishes. As for the Lobster Roll, I've never tasted one before, so I cannot honestly tell you if it is better (or worse) than most. As compared to the appetizers, both entrees were slightly less tasty, but it could be because the soups were just so very flavorful. For dessert I had espresso and Key Lime pie, also new to me. The pie had a light, mellow flavor and it was good enough to finish, despite feeling more than sated. Also, the servers were friendly and attentive. My husband and I enjoyed our meal very much and we recommend that you give Allie's a try.
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September 25, 2004 @ 9:15 PM
4  out of 5 stars
a diner from NY
My husband and I enjoyed our appetizers, New England Chowder (in a bread bowl) and Lobster Flourentine Soup--both were simply fabulous and bursting with flavor! For our entrees, we had the Boothbay Seafood Penne and the foot-long Lobster Roll; both were tasty as well. The Boothbay dish had plenty of seafood, and it was not as "heavy" as some other cream-based dishes. As for the Lobster Roll, I've never tasted one before, so I cannot honestly tell you if it is better (or worse) than most. As compared to the appetizers, both entrees were slightly less tasty, but it could be because the soups were just so very flavorful. For dessert I had espresso and Key Lime pie, also new to me. The pie had a light, mellow flavor and it was good enough to finish, despite feeling more than sated. Also, the servers were friendly and attentive. My husband and I enjoyed our meal very much and we recommend that you give Allie's a try.