Their very extensive bourbon menu is well complimented by the savory, hearty, and spicy menu items that pluck you out of Oregon and drop you off in Kentucky. With such items as BLT deviled eggs, jambalaya, and pork fries with bourbon BBQ sauce, frizzled onions, and slaw, there is no lack of excitement on their menu.
Perhaps the most exciting small plate, the 'Frito pie,' is actually quite large in size and perfectly filling. The Frito pie marries together chili con carne, jalapenos, Tillamook cheddar, green onions, sour cream, and Fritos for a not-so-whopping price tag of $6, as their entire menu is priced quite humbly.
For a most pleasurable experience at The Pope House, gather some friends and order everything you want. With so many great plates to choose from it is hard to eat modestly, especially because everything is so cheap.
Douse your table with food and join your friends in a frenzy of taste bud hysteria, then wash it down with some more bourbon or a locally brewed beer. How could that not be a good time?