Strip clubs that double as hangouts, post Magic Garden.
5305 SE Foster Road, 774-4513, devilspoint.net. 11 am-2:30 am daily.
Even people who “don’t go to strip clubs”
go to Devils Point. Why? The beautiful spectacle of some of Por
Charlie Horse Saloon
627 SE Morrison St.
In this newfangled Portland take on a Wild West saloon
staffed by punk-rock Portlanders, avoid the needless $9 cocktails (a
margarita made with Jameson
4534 SE Belmont St., 232-2202, horsebrass.com.
Ah, the Horse Brass. It’s as close as you can get to old
royalty among the newfangled world of beer bars and beer people, a
Pepe Le Moko
407 SW 10th Ave., 546-8537, pepelemokopdx.com.
Jeffrey Morgenthaler’s sweet tooth is
well-advertised—or at least his disdain for the notion that all
cocktails must taste like
1020 NW 17th Ave., 943-2780, paymasterlounge.com.
Paymaster Lounge is the only eastside-style bar on the
entire westside, an improvised little pinball-stackedddive with both a
938 N Cook St., 517-9931, libertyglassbar.com.
This dimly lit bar in an old house at the base of
Mississippi Avenue is downhill from a tire swing and an upgrade from
every bar ne
The closest Portland gets to an old-school Biergarten.
Scout Beer Garden
Good Food Here pod, Southeast Belmont
Street and 43rd Avenue; Tidbit Food Farm and Garden pod, Southeast 28th
Place and Division Street; scoutpdx.com.
Two of Southeast�
1121 SW Stark St., 223-9160, theroxydiner.com. Open 24 hours, but it don’t like Mondays.
Whither the Roxy, so goes a whole culture of the teenaged,
the goth, the gender-idiosyncratic,