Enter through that odd corner kiosk into the largest fondue franchise in the nation. The Melting Pot offers a selection of cheese fondues, salads, entrée cooking styles and chocolate/desert fondues. A full meal for two with drinks is going to cost at least a Franklin so be prepared.
It's former incarnation, the Egyptian Club was Portland's only for-real lesbian bar. Now, it's just Weird.
Offering a great view of the river from the marina. A large variety of fresh seafood is available and the menu reflects the day's choices. So if you love seafood and you love beer, check it out.
A true destination for after-dinner edibles, this little dessert house has taken the art of sweet treats to a new high. Beautifully prepared cakes, tarts and chocolates for your indulgence along with dessert wines and beers make for a truly unique, romantic way to satiate your sweet tooth. Check out special events like: Dessert Dim Sum and Create Your Own Dessert nights or their popular Sunday brunch (with real brunch food).
The Hedge House is a part of the New Old Lompoc brewpub family, which serves some of the best local micro-brews around. So have a thirst-quenching brew and enjoy some tasty pub grub like a burger or mac & cheese in the cute little house or outside on the spacious patio.
All the meats are smoked on premises, which adds an inviting aroma to this SE grill-house. Barbeque favorites, and southern style sides, make Clay's a savory spot to chew on some home style cookin'. Vegetarian fare available as well!
Live music, strippers, cheap beer, friendly staff, and an all-red color scheme. What more could you want?