Jimmy Maks is a dinner restaurant which hosts many of our local Jazz and Blues talents. If you are a music fan, be sure to check the schedule during your stay, and prepare to be entertained! Good food, too!
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- 10.04 mi0.04 mi from Jimmy Mak's
Ah, Black Butte Porter. The brew that has gotten me through many long nights at bars across the country. Here you can get it straight from the tap, at one of Portland's landmark brewpubs in the Pearl district. Also take a look at the experimental and seasonal brews they've got on tap, from Belgian fruit beers to gluten-free versions. Fresh ...Popular withFoodiesLocalTrendsters
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- 50.19 mi0.19 mi from Jimmy Mak's
Jake's offers good happy hour selections of food and drinks at affordable prices. However, I have to say in trying their famous crawfish, I was less than impressed. It was fresh, but it tasted rather bland.Popular withFoodiesBusinessFamilies
- 60.19 mi0.19 mi from Jimmy Mak's
I vaguely remember some sort of Rogue beer place in Ashland years ago in a building by the creek that now houses an Indian Restaurant. Since that time, I have purchased the occasional Rogue 6-pack and admit a preference for their Dead Guy Ale (sort of a Mai Bock). There is also a Rogue Ales Public House in San Francisco, ...Popular withHistoryBudgetStudents
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- 90.24 mi0.24 mi from Jimmy Mak's
Hot Lips is among Portland's best pizza joints, and they have locations all around the city. They serve pizza pies and pizza by the slice, breadsticks, focaccia, salads, and a decent selection of microbrews. They also make their own fruit-based soda pop, which is sometimes available on tap. There are usually a couple of vegetarian options and a vegan option, ...Popular withVegetarianBudgetFoodies
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- 110.15 mi0.15 mi from Jimmy Mak's4 reviews
Henry's bar is sometimes packed within the Sports Bar area, but the separate and perhaps too dark dining room was comfortable and quiet. We were seated promptly and the overall service for the evening was friendly, albeit a little slow at times. We didn't get a chance to check out the pool room upstairs. I especially enjoyed picking from the ...
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- 130.07 mi0.07 mi from Jimmy Mak's2 reviews
If Jerry and George come here looking for a booth they would be SOL. No booths for you! Fuller's is strictly booth seating and just about as old school as you can get. But if you are thinking this might be more of a "Reggie's" stop right there. Fuller's is no the bizarro coffee shop." . This is a the ...Popular withBusiness
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- 150.23 mi0.23 mi from Jimmy Mak's2 reviews
If you like meat and beer, you are definitely in for a treat here. One of the highly recommended dishes is here is the Dirty Fries where the French fried are topped with pork scraps, marinated peppers, fried herbs, and parmesean. I personally recommend the Korean Pork Shoulder Sandwich. It has nice and spicy flavors and the meat tastes awesome.Popular withFoodiesTrendstersDesign
- 160.25 mi0.25 mi from Jimmy Mak's
The food trucks are one of the most interesting things about Portland. If you'r a foodie and like to experiment with different things you should give it try to Euro Trash, the guy traveled all over the world experimenting different cuisines to create some of his dishes. Great food!
- 170.12 mi0.12 mi from Jimmy Mak's3 reviews
Froyo Boy Here! Another City - another frozen yogurt theme..... Gayle, my son, and I stopped here last week as we were taking one last walk around the Pearl District before heading out. Gayle ordered Mango, my son chose Raspberry, and I mooched off both of them. We didn't order any toppings as this was our first time and we ...
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- 190.22 mi0.22 mi from Jimmy Mak's
Famous landmark, known for being the oldest strip club in town. It was fascinating to see but not really all that impressive. The place looked like nothing had changed since it first opened. There was no DJ so the dancers had to select their songs from a jukebox on stage and their dancing skills were incredibly lacking. The patrons were ...
- 200.23 mi0.23 mi from Jimmy Mak's
Saucebox is an upscale, cool place for drinks and can get fairly lively in the evenings. The lighting is dim. It's not really my scene, but if you wanted a night on the town during the weekends, then I would advise coming here.Popular withNightlifeFoodiesBudget