Open today, 11:30am - 12:00am
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Oaks Bottom Public House is named for the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge that runs just west of our location in the heart of Westmoreland. The 163-acre natural wetlands was Portlandâ€™s first urban wildlife refuge and is home to more than 125 species of birds, including the Great Blue Heron that is our symbol. The term â€œPublic Houseâ€ was used in Old England to describe homes that innkeepers, or publicans, who were seeking a warm meal, a cold (but not too cold) pint and possibly a comfy bed. ...