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September 29th, 2010 12:00 am MICHAEL MANNHEIMER | Bar Reviews

Lovers Rock


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It’s every record-store nerd’s wet dream: a place where you can shop for vinyl and get drunk at the same time! And though the added alcohol might lead to some unwanted purchases, the new Hall of Records (3342 SE Belmont St., hallofrecordsportland.blogspot.com) also might be the best spot to grab a quick pint and bite on Belmont. Hall of Records is exactly what it sounds like—a boutique record store, stocked with soul and funk rarities and standards, with a DJ that spins Sade’s “King of Sorrow” while you decide which of the five microbrews on tap to order (Oakshire Brewing’s Espresso Stout is especially nice on a rainy Sunday). HOR is open during the day, but it’s best experienced at night—that way, no one can glare at you when you decide spending your last buck on the Top Gun soundtrack is the best idea ever.

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