Small, rustic venue in a former Mason's lodge in Multnomah Village. Fresh pizzas and salads are served to compliment their draught ales brewed in SE Portland.
Located in an old shipping warehouse, the beer hall is a wide open space big enough to house it's own crane. Sandwiches, salads and bento join the usual pub grub and of course, the beer at this popular gathering spot.
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.
Rocco's is downtown's indie rock pizza spot. Eat extra cheesy slices, drink cheap beer, stare at Zoobombers on the crazy Burnside corner.
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.
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.
Old Town's favorite cyber-gaming cafe features tons of computers, gaming tournaments, occasionally awesome art exhibits, way cool live music and a mostly vegan menu of sandwiches, soups, and salads, pizza and calzones from Hot Lips Pizza, pastries and that tasty Stumptown coffee.