In operation since 1975 the Old Town Pizza Co. is housed in a beautiful, ornate building filled with history (and maybe a ghost) in the heart of Old Town. It's a great place to get some good, tasty, not-too-spendy pizza and beer when you're with a gaggle of your friends.
The Bagdad Theater shows occasionally awesome second-run movies. It's worth admission price just to see the Middle-Eastern themed interior but there's more. You can get some pizza and even a beer and every other row has been removed to allow for tables and plenty of leg room. So you never have to worry about some annoying sociopath kicking the back of your chair through your screening of Harold and Kumar. The connected pub offers all the other McMenamins amenities and promises entertaining people-watching on busy Hawthorne Boulevard.
Stumptown's spacious Downtown location is a favorite for bike messengers and office workers alike. All of Stumptown's famous coffee drinks are available here as well as a great selection of beers and wines. Other amenities include: local art show, a kajillion magazines and some sweet treats if you're feeling peckish.
Portland can thank Voodoo Doughnut for providing the downtown club crowd with more than just a late night sugar high. Not only does Voodoo give Swahili lessons, you can even get legally married in this magical doughnut hole. But if a doughnut is what you're after, they craft some of the craziest makes and models such as: the cock-n-balls... yes, that's a kind of doughnut.
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.