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The Press Club

2621 SE Clinton St.
Portland, OR, 97214
233-5656 | Website
Neighborhood: Division & Clinton

Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

Nightlife Info
Cuisine type: Cafe/Coffee Shop
Price: None
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Cheap Eats 2010

Food Reviews & Stories
The Press Club does it all in a small Southeast Clinton Street space: three meals a day, coffee and boozy drinks, magazines, music and events. The cocktails are stiff and cheap ($6-$7 regular, $5 happy hour), there are 20-plus whites and reds by the glass ($5-$13), and lots of snacks, sandwiches, an   More
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 LIZ CRAIN

Finder 2008

Food Reviews & Stories
An indulgent array of niche magazines—for perusal and purchase—makes a stimulating companion while sipping a wine from PC’s small but well-chosen list. HAPPY HOUR, NONSMOKING, LIVE MUSIC, OUTDOOR SEATING, WI-FI.   More
Friday, July 4, 2008

Drink 2008

Food Reviews & Stories
No worries about wandering into this airy yet cozy space alone. An indulgent array of niche magazines—for perusal and purchase–can serve as stimulating companions while sipping a wine from PC's small but well-chosen list. Pair that glass or a pint with one of the sweet or savory cr&ecir   More
Wednesday, May 21, 2008 Laura Atkinson

Drink Guide 2007

Food Reviews & Stories
Bartender’s choice: “Feel like crêpe tonight?”The Press Club helps you gain back those lost brain cells. This erudite yet welcoming cafe and bar offers periodicals from all over the world, as well as monthly art shows and esoteric movie nights. Bottled beers ($3.50-$7) range    More
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
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