Sooo many beers available! The pride and joy of Concordia Ale House is definitely the beer selection. A comfortable, laid-back atmosphere makes this bar an easy place to chill with friends while chatting, munching or playing a game of pool.
This colorful, airy coffee house on Alberta brews Stumptown coffee and a few other drinkables including chai. A few baked good are available to chow on as well.
As in: If you're not "in the know," you're not there. Indie art gallery, live music venue, and screening room. They serve bottled beer only but that doesn't deter young hipsters "in the know" from packing the joint.
Hip, happenin' warehouse space in hip, happenin' Southeast Portland. Holocene is host to both DJs and bands. With two large rooms and one long bar, it's a great place to shake your booty or bob your head.
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?
Part lounge, part arts center, the Someday is a cool, casual, comfortable place to meet for drinks as well as a good spot to catch some performing arts action. From live music to theater, dance to spoken word. They offer some tasty specialty drinks and a nice selection of sandwiches, items that are "not sandwiches," soups, and salads. The food is all meat-free so you can park your guilt at Burger King. Also, they boast one of the longest happy hours in town!