A dark, laid back, indie, loungey space with a DIY aesthetic, located on that alley of a street across from Berbati's and the Shanghai Tunnel. The menu lies in the tapas/small plate realm, relying on fresh and local ingredients whenever possible, and they also serve sandwiches from The People's Sandwich of Portland. A plate of three entrées and some bread will cost you $8 (get the egg salad, it really is that good). Mega-hip art covers the walls and the upstairs smoking lounge area is like being in your parent's basement, but upstairs! Sometimes DJs spin, sometimes it's; live music, poetry, performance, movies, etc. (Show nights are Sunday through Tuesday)
This new pizza joint strives to live up to it's name by being a real good neighbor. In order to accomplish this goal they do things like: using all homemade, local and organic ingredients -from grain to cheese, using all biodegradable to-go containers, becoming sustainable by using solar energy, disconnecting their drain spouts and giving you a discount if you pick up your pizza on foot. All very cool but the most obvious way they are showing their good-neighborliness is by supplying good pizza, sandwiches, salads and live entertainment to this outer Northeast neighborhood. I almost forgot to mention, local beers and wines are featured as well as a full bar!
All your favorite arcade games from yesteryear to recent. From Burgertime, to Street Fighter 2, to Dance Dance Revolution. The only thing that can overpower the cacophony of all those bells, bleeps and bloops? Live DJ music dude!