A super-friendly neighborhood favorite, the Mock Crest serves up tasty home-made pub grub like: the usual fried stuff, burgers, soups, sandwiches etc. They offer daily specials, live music on Thursdays , free Wi-Fi (you can even borrow a lap-top! How nice is that?), a "bier garten"and built-in friends. What more could you ask for?
This beautiful old former funeral parlor is Sellwood now serves as one of Portland's most unique and popular music venues.
Homey, relaxed neighborhood pub featuring local live music. Delicious weekend breakfast menu featuring scrambles, pancakes and more. Lunch and dinner selections range from soups and sandwiches to burgers and burritos. Lots of vegetarian options and lots of microbrews on tap.
Located in the Jupiter Hotel complex, the Doug Fir Lounge -located below the restaurant and bar, is like a super-cool log cabin bunker from the future. Playing host to some of the best touring and local bands it is by far one of the most unique music venues in the pacific northwest. The gorgeous log cabin-themed diner hosts a variety of musical events on their lower level, so you can see a show, drink a cosmo, and eat a "Fir Burger" all at the same place, then pass out in a swank room at the Jupiter Hotel just next door. The popular happy hour boasts some of the best cheap bar food in town, but get there early if you want to get a seat, because the lounge fills up quick with well-heeled urbanites.
One of the oldest and largest music venue/bar/movie theaters in the Southeast quadrant. The Mt. Tabor has undergone numerous changes in the last decade from hippie to hard rock. It's recently reopened under new ownership. the Mt. Tabor features two sides. the stage for live music on one and the lounge with it's big movie screen on the other. A smallish menu offers sandwiches, pizzas a selection of vegetarian items, soups and salads.
The Goodfoot is a good old Southeast standby with a hint of a hippie vibe, separated into 2 floors—each with its own entrance. The lower-level lounge is a music venue hosting primarily hiphop, reggae, jam and world music acts. The upstairs pub is huge and has pool tables and pinball. The menu consists of gourmet burgers, sandwiches, salads and house specials, all for a completely affordable prices.
The Secret Society consists of: a ballroom -rent-able for special occasions, a recording studio -rent-able to lay down some tracks and upstairs, lies an intimate cocktail lounge. The lounge focuses on old-timey drinks and feels like the drawing room of a mansion circa 1920. You instantly become more sophisticated just by being there. The menu consists of locally sourced comfort food and is delightfully different from you average bar fare.
Jazz supper club featuring nightly live entertainment, including Tony Starlight himself on Saturday nights. Like a Hollywood club of yore it's swanky and lounge-y, so you might want to slap on your best duds for an evening in Portland's Hollywood.
After the original was destroyed in a fire, the McMenamin brothers rebuilt this barn-like tavern to resemble the original. With two floors of woodsy goodness, complete with pool table, patio, a ton of boots, family-style tables and the tried-and-true McMenamin's fare, it's worth a trip out to the countryside just to experience it.