Valentine’s, the art and music bar at 232 SW Ankeny St., is switching hands to Metro planner Will Elder and to minority partner Estia Penelope “Opie” Papaioannou, daughter of the late Ted Papaioannou, who was co-founder of Berbati restaurant and bar across the Ankeny alleyway. Papaioannou is listed as the manager. No changes are currently planned at the venue in terms of bar staff or music programming. 

The defunct red-barned shanty strip club Rooster’s Pub (605 N. Columbia Blvd.), reviewed in our pages recently, has a planned resurrection as JAG’s Clubhouse, according to an application filed with the OLCC. Who’s JAG? Jared A. Gallop, owner of Tennessee Red’s barbecue in Portland’s Brooklyn neighborhood. Nude revues will still be the stock in trade at JAG’s, but no word yet on what kind of meat will be served. 

Robo Taco (607 SE Morrison), darling of late-night vegan and al pastor taco lovers both, has applied for a full liquor license. So apparently, drunks shuttling between Dig A Pony and Star Bar at 1 am wouldn’t have to go more than a block without a shot. 

Look’s there's another cidery planned in the general area. Portland Cider Co. at 275 S. Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, is a bit loose with its name, however; we suppose Oregon City Cider Co. didn’t have quite the same ring. 

In extra-metropolitan news, looks like couple new breweries are also in the works around the state. The owners of craft-brewer hops purveyors Indie Hops filed intentions to open brewery and brewpub Worthy Brewing Co. in beer-dense Bend at 495 Bellevue Dr. 

Recent University of Oregon grads Addison Stern and Dan McTavish (who looks to be about twelve years old in pictures) also applied for a license for Viking Brewing Company (no relation to the former Wisconsin brewery re-christened as Valkyrie) in Eugene at 520 Commercial St.