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Ten Portland Bars with Outdoor Games

Bocce, corn hole and more

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Inspired by this month's arrival of Portland's first mini golf pop-up restaurant, here are ten spots where you can play like a kid, while still eating and drinking like a grownup.

— Elizabeth Brownfield and Carolyn Alburger

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Rontoms

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[Photo: Twitter/@rontomslounge]

Donnie Vegas

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Place, City. [Photo: Facebook/Donnie Vegas]

Landmark Saloon

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[Photo: Landmark Saloon website]

Leisure Public House

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[Photo: Leisure Public House website]

Ponzi Vineyards

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Place, City. [Photo: Yelp/Ponzi Vineyards]

19th Hole Mini Golf

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Thirty canned beers ($3-$5) are at the ready to fuel you through a round of al fresco mini golf. To eat, there's picnicky fare like kraut-covered hot dogs on pretzel bread, fried chicken and Salt & Straw ice cream cups for dessert.

Brooklyn Park Pub

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With lots of local beers, tons of brown booze, darts, and a jukebox, the Brooklyn City Park-adjacent BPP (as the regulars call it) also serves up a not-bad take on a Philly cheesesteak, tater tots and a food cart out back.

Skyline Tavern

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[Photo: Yelp/Skyline Tavern]

StormBreaker Brewing

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[Photo: Yelp/StormBreaker]

Vita Cafe

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Place, City. [Photo: Yelp/Vita Cafe]

Rontoms

[Photo: Twitter/@rontomslounge]

Donnie Vegas

Place, City. [Photo: Facebook/Donnie Vegas]

Landmark Saloon

[Photo: Landmark Saloon website]

Leisure Public House

[Photo: Leisure Public House website]

Ponzi Vineyards

Place, City. [Photo: Yelp/Ponzi Vineyards]

19th Hole Mini Golf

Thirty canned beers ($3-$5) are at the ready to fuel you through a round of al fresco mini golf. To eat, there's picnicky fare like kraut-covered hot dogs on pretzel bread, fried chicken and Salt & Straw ice cream cups for dessert.

Brooklyn Park Pub

With lots of local beers, tons of brown booze, darts, and a jukebox, the Brooklyn City Park-adjacent BPP (as the regulars call it) also serves up a not-bad take on a Philly cheesesteak, tater tots and a food cart out back.

Skyline Tavern

[Photo: Yelp/Skyline Tavern]

StormBreaker Brewing

[Photo: Yelp/StormBreaker]

Vita Cafe

Place, City. [Photo: Yelp/Vita Cafe]

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