If you look at the microbrew movement in Portland, Horse Brass is right there at the beginning. According to their website:
Established in 1976, many of Oregon's own craft brewers have been regulars here, enjoying the likes of Guinness and Fullers ESB well before the craft beer movement.
It's a British style pub with 50-some odd beers on tap and a full bar, including single malt scotches. They offer a british pub menu including full breakfast on Saturday and Sunday (9-noon). Smokey doesn't begin to describe it.
The food menu is stocked with sausage plates, scotch eggs, ploughman's lunches, fish & chips, and pasties, all of them good.
I think the Horse Brass deserves a listing in food as well under beer - their Bangers & Chips is one of my favorite low-budget lunches in town. Two tasty sausages dipped in sweet hot mustard with greasy potato chips, and a pint of hard cider on the side...mmm.
The breakfasts, particularly the english breakfasts, are a groaning board of food. They do offer American breakfast as well as everything ala carte, but if your cardiologist will allow, do try the full traditional english breakfast with its fried eggs, Irish back bacon, baked ham, English banger sausage, Heinz beans straight from the can, tomatoes, fried potatoes and fried bread.
They pull out the big screen to show English Premier League Soccer live.
If you're a craft beer lover, you've got to go to Horse Brass. Unless, of course, you can't stand smoke.