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Brandon Burger
Worked at Federal Aviation Administration
Attended University of North Dakota
Lives in Seattle
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I'm an air traffic controller at the Portland-Hillsboro airport
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  • Federal Aviation Administration
    Air Traffic Controler, 2011
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Seattle
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Eagan, MN - Grand Forks, ND - Oklahoma City, OK - Vancouver, WA - Portland, OR
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I'm an air traffic controller at the Portland-Hillsboro airport.  I love my job and a majority of the people I work with.  I am married to my beautiful wife Amanda and life in a suburb of Portland, OR.  I love to hike, camp and explore.  I hope to one day make it back to MN but until then, let the Oregon adventures continue.  Live life at max volume.
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  • University of North Dakota
    Aeronautics
  • Eagan High Schol
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  • DEER HUNTER 2016
A friend described this place as good food but everything is about $2 over priced and after going here twice I would have to agree. The sloppy joe and friend chicken sandwich are quite good. We ordered a side of fries. Half of it was the tiny end pieces that were crunchy. They did offer to make us new fries but we were almost done with our meals. I went with my daughter and met up with friend and their kids. A lot of places I've been will honor happy hour outside of the bar if you have kids with you...not here! A big disappointment since we were looking for a weekly hangout spot, guess it won't be here.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
The wings were lacking sauce which seems to be a common thing lately at all bww. Still pricey, especially the beer but there service is what kept the rating up. I asked if they could turn on a hockey game and they had it showing before I took my seat. When I moved to the bar area they put it on in there as well. Service was great... Food was typical
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Went there with a few friends for trivia last Monday night. We went early cause we knew it would get busy. The Juicy Lucy burger I ordered was a disappointment. The taste was good but it was small and on a cheap bun. My wife's blue cheese burger was also small. I got the tots instead of fries and only got about 10 on my plate. The mixed drinks were kind of weak but tasty. Trivia is worth going to with friends...just make sure you go early to get a seat or call ahead and reserve a table.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Went there for lunch with my wife and 1yr old. The pretzel was very good even though I wasn't a big fan of the sauce that came with it. My shepard's pie was delicious and my wife really enjoyed her reuben sandwich. The fries were really good and I enjoyed the Guinness of tap
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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Over priced for what they wanted to do. Got a Groupon for them that was worth it but that's about it
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
My wife and I ate here on the Grand Re-Opening the other night. The food was fantastic. I ordered the brown sugar glazed trout and the wife got the pork belly. We also ordered the beer cheese soup with irish soda bread. I wish there were a few more pieces of bread in the soup, but it was fantastic. I gave it four stars because our waitress told us that Arista offers wine at wholesale cost to the customer, which is great but the cheapest bottle was still $27. I would be more likely to come back if the wife and I can get a $15 bottle with our nice meal.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Went there a while ago but the food was horrible. The fettuccine sauce tasted like pragu and it was served at room temperature. The garlic bread was pretty much frozen Texas Toast and the pizza was okay. The only good part was the beer. Nobody in our 8 person group was satisfied by the food.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago