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.
Portland's only dance club for queer under-agers.
NW Park, between Ankeny and Glisan
One of Portland's finest music venues Sits 3 stories above busy West Burnside and plays host to some of the best international and local bands as well as other events. The ornate decor is capped by giant crystal chandeliers from whence the name was derived.
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.