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  • 41

    Chopsticks Express II

    2 reviews

    This place has EXCELLENT karaoke. Extremely current, with songs that are actually on the radio, and a really fun atmosphere. Kind of makes me wish I lived in Portland.

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  • 42

    Oaks Amusement Park

    8 reviews

    Portland's only permanent amusement park, Oaks Park has lots of old-school (but not vintage) rides and games, which are open during the dry summer months. It's a popular place to go roller skating throughout the year and many children have birthday parties here. The park is adjacent to the Willamette River, and the grassy waterfront is good for post-ride picnics.

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  • 43

    Rose Garden Arena

    11 reviews

    Portland's giant arena is beautiful, well-designed, and makes every effort to maximize audience experience no matter what seats you can afford. Parking is convenient and cheap (relative to many California arenas, that is), and though the food is expensive, at least it's good. This is one of my favorite indoor places on the West Coast to see a major act.

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  • 44

    Bailey's Taproom

    8 reviews

    If you are a serious student of beer in all its forms, come here - I'm guessing that they have ~50 on tap. The kitchen is also very good and well worth coming for a meal.

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  • 45

    Pope House Bourbon Lounge

    2 reviews
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  • 46

    Burnside Brewing Company

    3 reviews

    Sunday all day "fermented hour"! The cohiba cigar is crispy crepe wrapped in a collard green leaf and duck confit "ash" served in an ash tray is absolutely amazing. Add to that a burger made from a bratwurst served on a pretzel bun and the tempura apple dessert, full and happy, yes I am! Friendly and knowledgeable staff can give ...

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  • 47

    Amnesia Brewing

    2 reviews

    Amnesia Brewing is an excellent place to go in the summer, grab a beer, and sit in the large and expansive outdoor patio area. The string of lights are strung around the outdoor patio, so when the sun sets and the sky is a shade of sapphire blue, it gives Amnesia a wonderful, cozy, laid back vibe.

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  • 48

    Roscoe's

    4 reviews

    I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and servings I got at Roscoe's. It has the appearance of a dive bar yet serves an eclectic assortment of Cajun, southern food, and sushi. Not only that, but Roscoe's sushi choices are surprisingly affordable particularly in their style, cut, and quality.

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  • 49

    Bushwhacker Cider

    2 reviews

    Great place to have a nice cool glass of hard cider without having to travel to canada....lol I love this place.

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  • 50

    Breakside Brewery

    2 reviews

    Locally sourced ingredients. Killer mac n cheese. The blue waffle fries are deeee lish! Great beer selection that is always changing. Just a great place to hangout.

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  • 51

    Dante's

    2 reviews

    I went on Sunday evening to see their famous Sinferno performance because I had heard it was quite good. On their website if says Sinferno starts at 9PM but when we arrived they informed us that the live bands start at 9PM but the stage show didn't start until 11PM which was a bit of a bummer because the trains ...

    Popular withTrendstersLocal
  • 52

    Bartini

    2 reviews

    Great variety of martini flavors. Nice place to have a couple drinks with your girls and just enjoy yourself.

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  • 53

    Beaker & Flask

    3 reviews
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  • 54

    Silverado

    1 review

    The men! The myth! The LEGEND! With the possible (cheesy!) exception of the Australian Thunder from Down Under in Las Vegas, Silverado has got to be the most famous male strip club in the country. Portland has a sense of humor about strip clubs, and with good reason: the city is full of them! And unlike some of the stuffier ...

    Popular withLGBTNightlifeTrendsters
  • 55

    Devils Point

    2 reviews

    I am no way a connoisseur of bars or strip clubs but this place is by far the best of the best. Great music, drinks and dancers. This bar is one of the ONLY I have been to that knows and makes my favorite drink...the classic moscow mule and offers it for a more then reasonable price. DP offers a ...

    Popular withTrendstersLocalNightlife
  • 56

    Bar Avignon

    2 reviews

    Bar Avignon is an upscale bar specializing in French wine and French food. That said, the focus here is the word bar, so the menu items are limited and the servings are small. The happy hour options are unique. I had manila clams with sausage and fennel. I also enjoyed the duck pastrami and foie gras stuffed pasta. The foie ...

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  • 57

    Binks

    2 reviews

    Binks serves drinks in the popular area of Alberta Street. Moroccan motifs and lamps are displayed throughout the bar, giving Binks an exotic dive-bar feel. Also, tea inspired cocktail drinks are their specialty so if you like you're iced tea mixed with alcoholic flavors, then Binks is meant for you.

    Popular withNightlifeTrendsters
  • 58

    Embers

    2 reviews

    So you're in Downtown Portland at night and you have a hankering to see a real core Drag Show? Something that combines trashy, glam, moments of quiet beauty, and the chance to get wittily insulted by the hostess? This is true Eleganza Extravaganza. The place has a deep history after City Nightclub (RIP) and Darcelle XV (RIP, but I think ...

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  • 59

    Rotture

    2 reviews

    Been here many a time to watch metal bands close-up, but it's got queer DJ nights and DJ Gregarious still holds sway on Friday nights with an 80's dance mix. It's entrance is next to a gaming/hobby store on the industrial side of Grand and the Willamette. Fun and small venue with a great elevated balcony out back for when ...

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  • 60

    Sandy Hut

    2 reviews

    Some serious elbow bending is done here. This windowless, free standing structure is designed to keep the chaos in and the temperance out. Drinks are strong and cheap, and the bartenders are down to earth and friendly. Two pool tables and a few video games provide low key distractions, and some booths provide comfort. Like all Portland bars, hot and ...

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