Portland Pubs & Bars -

Take advantage of the Northwest's famous microbrews - small breweries that serve their own (and other's) craft beers. A world away from the generic beers that are the mainstay of America (comparable to 'real ales' in the UK).

  Baghdad Theater and Pub, 3702 SE Hawthorne, 503-228-4651. 2:30-midnight every day (depending on feature). The Baghdad is one of the great things about Portland: a 700-seat second-run movie theater serving a selection of regional craft brews you can drink while you watch. Add on top of that a good selection of pizza (slice or pie), sandwiches, and other brew-pubby foodstuffs, and you've got a great place to blow an evening. Movies start around 5:30PM, and run about every two hours after that. $3 (admission; beer and food extra).
  Likewise the Mission Theater (1624 NW Glisan) and Kennedy School Theater (5736 NE 33rd) are part of the McMenamins Empire.
  The Delta Cafe on SE Woodstock, serves messy Barbecue Pork sandwiches, lemonade in a jar, mixed drinks and 40oz Mickey's.
  Dots on SE Clinton and 26th, a funky night spot.
  Coffee People, with locations throughout the city, is Portland's answer to Starbucks' empire, except the coffee is better. Try a Velvet Hammer if you need caffeine.
  Silverado, Stark and 12th in SW. Gay bar, strippers. Always a fun crowd.
  Rose and Raindrop, 532 SE Grand. A vaguely English-style pub. Very relaxed, many places to sit and accommodating of large (6-8 people) groups. A good selection of beers and food.
  Horse Brass Pub , 4534 SE Belmont. Another English-style pub that also serves a range of English-style food.
  Red and Black Cafe , 2138 SE Division. A Worker owned collective in SE.

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