In a nutshell, I agree with the other reviewer. Although I didn't see management screaming at their employees, I personally had a horrible experience. I rode my bike there, but since I didn't have a lock, I asked if I could set it against the wall (practically behind a curtain) and between my 6 person party's table and the wall. In other words, out of the way, and in no danger of being stolen (it is a fairly valuable racing bike). The first pregnant waitress said, ""I don't see why not"" while another waitress scowled at me and muttered that she ""would go check the policy."" She returned to inform me it would be better left outside...
Whatever. They are trying to keep their place looking a certain way--or something. (Even though it was then resting against the outside of the building).
Imagine my surprise when my group had finished paying our bill (with me nervously scanning outside the entire time) and in walks a woman wearing a white sports bra (nipples visible and all), black booty shorts and nothing else, walking a rat--er--small ""dog"" on a leash and is seated inside the restaurant. What ever happened to ""No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service""? Their ""no bike hidden out of site policy in favor of half-naked woman with a dog"" policy seems to be working quite well. Last time I checked, isn't it against health code to have an animal inside a restaurant? Unless you are actually blind or somehow disabled? I am also a pet owner, but I find this absolutely disgusting, especially since it is obvious these rat-dog accessories in NW Portland are not ""service dogs."" Oh yeah, and the food was sub-par. (Burnt nachos? Come on!) There are so many good places to eat in Portland, don't waste your time at the places with identity crises, practicing blatant hypocrisy.
Pros: Uhh, they have chairs?
Cons: If you give them your money you will regret it.