Great little bar on NE 28th with a laid back, "indie" vibe, wild artwork and a small-but-cheap dinner menu that includes rice & beans, pasta, and the "Creamy Wiener" (a hot dog w/cream cheese and pickles) as well as stiff cocktails.
Bar, Coffee Shop/Tea House, DistroLocation, American, Burgers, Pub Grub, Breakfast Brunch, Diner, Movie Theater, Featured Happy Hour, Staff Pick, PDX Approved
A comfortable, homey, kinda grungy throwback in a neighborhood full of boutiques and wine bars. Second-hand furniture, retro-kitsch decor, a bunch of beers on tap, make for a perfectly good place for meeting friends or throwing back a cold one before (or after) a movie at the Laurelhurst. The food is simple, decent and won't eat a hole in your wallet. Entertainment is provided by the jukebox as well as live bands and DJs.
It's like the neighborhood pub of yore: Divey yet inviting, an anachronism in the trendy Clinton Street area. Greasy fried food is the perfect match for your PBR and tomato juice. Don't ever change, Clinton Street Pub! Don't ever change.
The Yamhill serves more Pabst than any other bar in Portland and that’s not an easy thing to do. One of the diveyest bars in town, it’s a popular hangout for workin’ guys, punks and bike messengers. Nice bartenders serve up some cheap drinks but don’t cross ‘em! The kitchen is apparently in a constant state of being “remodeled”, so don't expect much to eat.