Tour de France *LIVE* in SE Portland – Big Screen Edition

Watch the Tour de France Live at The Globe Bar and Cafe

Ready to get your Frenchy time on?

There’s a new kid in town when it comes to watching the Tour de France and they’ve got everything you need for a solid morning (or evening) of spandex super-glory spectating.

The Globe Bar and Cafe just opened in SE Portland (2045 SE Belmont, near 21st) and they’re opening their doors early just for eager TDF viewers who are hungry for a nice omelet, fittingly French baguette with jam, hearty mug of coffee (Nossa Familia), glass of champagne or all of the above!

Join us Saturday (tomorrow! tomorrow!) at 8:30am to watch the opening prologue live (projected onto a huge 10′ wide screen). Bring an appetite (see specials below), your devil horns and that crazy maillot jaune fever. The Globe will open at 6:00am for early stages.

TDF Morning Specials

$5 Omelettes
$1 Baguette with jam
(More extensive menu available)

Not into the crack of dawn thing? Not willing to miss your team ride on Saturday? Have one of those pesky day jobs? No problem. They’ll be showing all repeats at 5:00pm.

TDF for Happy Hour Peeps

•    Evening showings will feature wines and cheeses representative of the region that the race is moving through.
•    OBRA Members who show their racing license receive $2 off their first drink! (Non-alcoholic drinks excluded)

Hope to see you there!

Check out the TDF viewing schedule at The Globe Cafe.

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One comment

  1. $1 a drink French beer.
    Sarkozy-style French toast.
    Continuous coverage of the Tour De France at
    Krakow Cafe & Pub, 3990 N Interstate Ave., Portland. Superb bike lanes along Interstate to get to Krakow Cafe from any part of town.

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