Hall Street Bar & Grill3775 SW Hall Blvd Beaverton, OR 97005 Beaverton
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Hall Street Bar & Grill's Happy Hours
|Monday||3pm-2am $2.95 menu & $3 selected drinks 3-6 & 9-close|
|Tuesday||3pm-2am $2.95 menu &$3 selected drinks 3-6 & 9-close|
|Wednesday||3pm-2am $2.95 menu & $3 selected drinks 3-6 & 9-close|
|Thursday||3pm-2am $2.95 menu & $3 selected drinks 3-6 & 9-close|
|Friday||3pm-2am $2.95 menu & $3 selected drinks 3-6 & 9-close|
|Saturday||3pm-2am $2.95 menu & $3 selected drinks 3-6 & 9-close|
|Sunday||3pm-2am $2.95 menu $3 selected drinks 3-6 & 9-close|
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Had a small group luncheon at Hall Street Grill. First, the positives: we had a private, quiet room with no piped-in music, so it was great for conversation. Our waiter was very polite and attentive to our needs, he even used one of our cameras to take pictures of our group.
Now the big negative for me: the waiter opened our luncheon with a glowing testimonial for the Calimari. I like Calimari, so that's what I ordered. When the dish arrived it was a very small portion, not enough for a lunch, but the real problem was that the single squid was in one piece, stuffed and laid on top of some nondescript vegetables. The squid was so tough that it couldn't be cut with the table knife. The little piece that I worried off of the main body was like a piece of rubber. It hadn't been cooked enough to make it tender. I complained to the waiter, and he didn't charge for the Calimari, but by then it was too late to order something edible for lunch. The other diners had sandwiches or salads, and they seemed satisfied with their choices. I wished that I had ordered a different lunch. Based on this experience, I will never return to the Hall Street Grill. The place is overpriced and pretentious. The chef should learn to prepare Calimari properly, and the waiter shouldn't have given it a high verbal recommendation.
It closes early and that's a bummer but with happy hour seven days a week you can't lose. Really good food at decent prices and there are drink specials. The atmosphere is nice and dark, great for conversation or a first date. It can get busy so plan ahead but you won't be disappointed.
I do not know why but the lunches are much better then the dinners? My girlfriend and I try to eat at Hall St. every Tuesday and both really like the place. If you do not like fish cooked rare make sure you tell the waiter. We always eat in the bar area and like the lunch time bartender. HS can be expensive so I do recommend you use a ‘Passport’ or ‘Vault’ card. If possible make sure you get the Passport Card from an old girlfriend before you dump her-that way you can smile every time you buy an expensive and delicious lunch for the newer and younger model at Hall St.!
My wife and I went there on a Friday night for a cocktail and dinner. We are recent transplants and one of our neighbors recommended it.
The bar was terrific. We both had a very nice Martini that night but we noticed a great selection of Scotches and wines by the glass.
For dinner we had Scallops and Salmon. Both dishes were prepared perfectly (and I am an admitted Salmon Snob). The waiter was very helpful and steered us to a moderately priced Pinot Gris that was a great pairing. Over all cost was $100 with tip and well worth it.
We will definitely return.
I just finished eating at restuarant and I must say... It was awful! The service sucked, the hostess found it more important to talk with co- workers rather than seat, our server was so cocky he didn't pull out his pen & paper to take our drink order and screwed that up. And most importantly the food was disgusting. My husband who could just about eat anything, started to gag. We had the fettucini Alfredo, noodles were under cooked and the sauce tasted like canned sauce and clammy, and the pasta primavera all I can say is GROSS! Worst of all, my mother in law told two seperate emlployees that it was my sister in laws b day and they never did a thing, but served two tables around us bday dessert. Over priced and not reccommended!
I work out here in the Tron and Hall St. is the best deal in town. Happy hour is ALL DAY on Sunday with kick-ass drink and food specials. Great wine list and menu if you want a fancy-ish meal too.
This place is great on two different levels. One, it has a great bar. Two, it has a great resturaunt.
The atmosphere is laid back and upscale, comfy recliners and booths in the bar frequently mostly by preps and middle aged people. The bartender is very skilled and will make anything you can think up plus the appetizers are tasty as all hell (Can you say coconut battered fried shrimp ? Mmmm!) and cheap to boot as long as you are in the bar. Especially if you go in during happy hour when the drinks are dirt cheap (something like half price) and you can get a HUGE restaurant burger and fries for under $5!
The main restaurant is off to the left and is very classy, a great place to go out for a date. The food is very good and the service outstanding but it's definitely a bit spendy.
A great place all around and it's nice that the bar accommodates people without a huge wad of cash in their pocket while still managing to run a classy operation. You might feel out of place if you're not dressed well (like a ripped T-shirt and ripped jeans) but i'm sure they would still serve you. Thats the only downside I could see.
Food was the best the chef is very friendly , Drink were great. service was excelent. I would live there if I could.
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