10Best Portland, OR Nightlife
Monday nights often have free shows at Jimmy Mak's, so check its web site for the schedule.
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One of the oldest live music venues in Portland, OR, the Crystal Ballroom is turning 100 years old this year. Here, you can see national, regional and local bands. The venue also hosts wild dance parties. Crystal's is also home to Lola's Room - a smaller music venue - and Ringler's Pub, a perfect place to grab a beer and play pool. All three are extremely popular hangouts in downtown Portland. Read more »All New & Notable Portland Nightlife »
Do you and your friends enjoy hanging out at a local pub? Do you also like helping charities? Oregon Public House has created a new concept of restaurant/pub in north Portland. Here, they serve traditional pub food along with great beers, like most pubic houses. But here, they take it a step further by taking all profits and donating them to charity. Read more »All New & Notable Portland Nightlife »
About Portland, OR Nightlife
From dance clubs to trendy bars, Portland Oregon has a score of nightlife scenes. This diverse mix of options is what adds to the hip and stylish feel that exudes from this Oregon jewel. Once here, you will find that The Pearl District includes a wealth of the Portland Oregon bars and nightspots. Noted far and wide as the home of microbrewing this side of the Atlantic, Portland has a host of quality brew pubs. An interesting concept, theater pubs specialize in offering microbrews along with a movie. Favorite hangouts like the Saucebox bar and dance club combination, ¡Oba! Restaurante with its convivial happy hour and the intimate Kell's Irish Pub satisfy those night revelers searching for clubs. In Portland Oregon, the cultural center is the Northwest's second largest featuring orchestra, ballet, and multiple theater companies. Get the acquainted with the places and times from the Friday edition of The Oregonian's A&E section or the Willamette Week, the city's arts and entertainment publication.
- Portland Expert Aubrae Wagner