The Agency Ultra Sport Lounge

★★★★☆
  • 1939 SW Morrison St.

    Portland, OR 97205

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  • 503-548-2921

About The Agency Ultra Sport Lounge

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i've been here about 10 times b/c different friends keep wanting to stop by. each time we go we can't watch the game in comfort. also, the workers are incredibly immature and obviously just turned 21 themselves -- worst service i've had in portland by far. also, this must be the cheesiest, cheapest decor in the downtown area. go there for a laugh, but a laugh only.

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★☆☆☆☆

i've been here about 10 times b/c different friends keep wanting to stop by. each time we go we can't watch the game in comfort. also, the workers are incredibly immature and obviously just turned 21 themselves -- worst service i've had in portland by far. also, this must be the cheesiest, cheapest decor in the downtown area. go there for a laugh, but a laugh only.

Pros: funny

Cons: service/atmosphere

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This is serioulsy a sports lounge on steroids!! They did this right - food, location, ambiance, t.v.'s, staff . It is the best place in town to watch the Blazers or Monday night football, get a juicy burger and beer, and have the pick of several different rooms. I really like how every room puts you in a different mood...I can kickback down stairs on the couches or lounge upstairs and watch this massive display of t.v.s (you can watch the Blazers and the Giants play at the same time without moving your head). I thought the food was great - I have had the burgers and sliders and it's like higher end bar food. I have been there for Sunday NFL and they have breakfast sliders! Never seen that before. Anyway, I'll be back - this is definitely what Portland needs! Thank you!

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★★★★★

This is serioulsy a sports lounge on steroids!! They did this right - food, location, ambiance, t.v.'s, staff . It is the best place in town to watch the Blazers or Monday night football, get a juicy burger and beer, and have the pick of several different rooms. I really like how every room puts you in a different mood...I can kickback down stairs on the couches or lounge upstairs and watch this massive display of t.v.s (you can watch the Blazers and the Giants play at the same time without moving your head). I thought the food was great - I have had the burgers and sliders and it's like higher end bar food. I have been there for Sunday NFL and they have breakfast sliders! Never seen that before. Anyway, I'll be back - this is definitely what Portland needs! Thank you!

Pros: ambience, technology, service, food, location

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Agency is on the mark with the vibe, layout, and abundance of TV's. But after going here about 14 times in the month they've been open, I REFUSE to spend any more money on the sub par, even bordering disgusting food. I think the sliders menu is way cool, but I've tried almost all of the offerings and only found one I considered edible and worth 6 bucks. Who ever their chef is, needs to go back to Applebee's. Whoever wrote their menu needs to check his palate, b/c there is something seriously wrong. The food is inconsistent. Ahi crusted entree practically chipped a tooth, Kung Pao Chicken Salad sandwich, outside of the bread dripping with butter, inside of the bread was covered with like honey or something just horrifically sweet, I get the sweet/spicy contrast, but there was no spicy, the chicken salad was even sweet. Honestly the best thing I've had there is a breakfast 'slider', but really who can screw up some scrambled egg with melted cheese on it, oh wait, that's right it took over 25 minutes for it to come out of the kitchen...there were maybe a total of 10 people in the whole restaurant, and 3 of them were my party.
I am down with this place as a bar, drinks only! I am sick of hoping, and giving the benefit of the doubt to this sham of a restaurant. Same owners of the recently closed Betty Ford, stick to the bar scene here and skip the poorly executed menu.

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★★☆☆☆

Agency is on the mark with the vibe, layout, and abundance of TV's. But after going here about 14 times in the month they've been open, I REFUSE to spend any more money on the sub par, even bordering disgusting food. I think the sliders menu is way cool, but I've tried almost all of the offerings and only found one I considered edible and worth 6 bucks. Who ever their chef is, needs to go back to Applebee's. Whoever wrote their menu needs to check his palate, b/c there is something seriously wrong. The food is inconsistent. Ahi crusted entree practically chipped a tooth, Kung Pao Chicken Salad sandwich, outside of the bread dripping with butter, inside of the bread was covered with like honey or something just horrifically sweet, I get the sweet/spicy contrast, but there was no spicy, the chicken salad was even sweet. Honestly the best thing I've had there is a breakfast 'slider', but really who can screw up some scrambled egg with melted cheese on it, oh wait, that's right it took over 25 minutes for it to come out of the kitchen...there were maybe a total of 10 people in the whole restaurant, and 3 of them were my party.
I am down with this place as a bar, drinks only! I am sick of hoping, and giving the benefit of the doubt to this sham of a restaurant. Same owners of the recently closed Betty Ford, stick to the bar scene here and skip the poorly executed menu.

Pros: Great feel, great for watching the games and getting your game on a TV near you.

Cons: Food is super inconsistent, bordering on unedible.

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This place has lots of TVs which is crucial for a place that calls itself an "ultra sports lounge" and maybe that's enough. I've been there twice and didn't like the vibe too much ? feels a little too cold inside. They clearly shopped at IKEA so the stuff is functional and looks okay, but lacks unique style... they probably saved a ton of money furnishing the 8000 sq ft that way. As for the food... they should stick to more traditional bar food. It's probably too early in their young life to attempt some of the more intricate dishes on the menu (spare ribs, salmon and seared ahi). I haven't been there on a weekend night so i can't pass too much judgment and I am rooting for them to succeed. Defining an "ultra sports lounge" is a great opportunity to do something unique but so far, there is more work to do.

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★★★☆☆

This place has lots of TVs which is crucial for a place that calls itself an "ultra sports lounge" and maybe that's enough. I've been there twice and didn't like the vibe too much ? feels a little too cold inside. They clearly shopped at IKEA so the stuff is functional and looks okay, but lacks unique style... they probably saved a ton of money furnishing the 8000 sq ft that way. As for the food... they should stick to more traditional bar food. It's probably too early in their young life to attempt some of the more intricate dishes on the menu (spare ribs, salmon and seared ahi). I haven't been there on a weekend night so i can't pass too much judgment and I am rooting for them to succeed. Defining an "ultra sports lounge" is a great opportunity to do something unique but so far, there is more work to do.

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Hey,
I don't know if you guys know this but AND THIS IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE since this is a restaurant lounge you can bring you kids in until 10pm. What this translates to is that dads can watch the game have a beer grab some food and the kids can play xbox and you can be a great dad and your wife will love you even more than she does. Best kept secret in town till now. Your welcome Portland.
BST

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★★★★★

Hey,
I don't know if you guys know this but AND THIS IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE since this is a restaurant lounge you can bring you kids in until 10pm. What this translates to is that dads can watch the game have a beer grab some food and the kids can play xbox and you can be a great dad and your wife will love you even more than she does. Best kept secret in town till now. Your welcome Portland.
BST

Pros: great service great food lots of tv's

Cons: needs to warm up a bit but it's still new

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I love this place. I have been there a few times in the last couple weeks. Easily the best sports bar in town. Tons of TV's and none of those old school TV's that have been there for 10 years. Good food, much better than expected from a sports bar. The atmosphere is really cool and it has a bunch of different rooms so you can have different feel depending on your mood. They have couches downstairs which is really comfortable for watching games. They also have XBOX360 and they let you switch back and forth from games to video games. I went to the De La Hoya fight last night and it was packed. There was open area but no tables to put in there so I had to lean on the wall which kinda sucked since there could have been room. Management might want to to take a look at getting enough tables to fill up the place when they get super busy. They have only been open a few weeks so I will give em a pass for now. All in all they get 5 stars from me cause there is more to do than just watch sports, there is good food and they didn't just build a big open room with TV's in it.

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★★★★★

I love this place. I have been there a few times in the last couple weeks. Easily the best sports bar in town. Tons of TV's and none of those old school TV's that have been there for 10 years. Good food, much better than expected from a sports bar. The atmosphere is really cool and it has a bunch of different rooms so you can have different feel depending on your mood. They have couches downstairs which is really comfortable for watching games. They also have XBOX360 and they let you switch back and forth from games to video games. I went to the De La Hoya fight last night and it was packed. There was open area but no tables to put in there so I had to lean on the wall which kinda sucked since there could have been room. Management might want to to take a look at getting enough tables to fill up the place when they get super busy. They have only been open a few weeks so I will give em a pass for now. All in all they get 5 stars from me cause there is more to do than just watch sports, there is good food and they didn't just build a big open room with TV's in it.

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