This sunny "greasy spoon" in the heart of Hawthorne Boulevard gets jammed as hell on the weekends... maybe it's the vanilla bite-sized scones, or perhaps it's that "famous" garden scramble that pack the place. Whatever the reason, this is a very popular Portland diner.
P.S. If you go there with a group, make sure they are all with you when your name's called. They won't seat you unless the entire party is present.
Conveyor belt sushi with low prices.Choose from the dishes that meander by you and are constantly being refreshed by the chefs. The plates are color-coded according to price so it's easy to track how much you're spending. If you don't know what something is, there's a "menu" with pictures but some items are hard to distinguish and some aren't pictured on the menu so it can be a bit confusing. Ask a server if one happens by.
Slick live music venue decked out in red and black featuring national and local acts as well as Sunday's Sinferno Cabaret with it's sexy, erotic performers. There are three full-service bars because they know you're thirsty and they serve pizza and pastas because they know you'll get hungry.
This homey pizza pub has just about everything. Well, as long as everything consists of: comfy atmosphere, beer, pizza, and live music seven days a week! The Atlantis Lounge in back mixes some sweet and exotic drinks.
This gay nightclub in Oldtown/Chinatown is all shiny and modern inside with no cover charge, a big dance floor and crazy laser/light show. They host tons of events throughout the year and have something different going on almost every night of the week like Ladie's Night on Tuesdays or the free drag show Sunday night. If you want to chat up that hottie you bumped into on the dance floor you can retire to the quieter, loungier adjoining Rainbow Room