Since opening as a wee Woodlawn pub in 2010, Breakside has moved at breakneck speed.
In a charmingly ramshackle warehouse just upriver from Willamette Falls, you’ll find Oregon City’s oldest brewery.
Oregon City Brewing brands itself “pioneering beer for the pioneer city.”
At the public tap house, two of the walls are covered in exploding blue and red rays, and the six taps will rotate through Royale’s brews, which co-owner Mike Weksler calls “quaffable and food-centric.”
To describe Dean’s Scene as welcoming is something of an understatement.
Coin Toss might be Oregon City’s newest brewery, but it’s got an eye toward the past.
Like many young brewers, 25-year-old DJ Moxley got his start in college.
A onetime high-school poker hustler worries about second puberty.
A show titled Offending the Audience creates certain expectations. What’s coming—sexist vitriol? Dead baby jokes? Two hours of blackfacing?
4003 N Williams Ave., 971-229-0050, tesoaria.com. 1-9 pm Monday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm Friday-Saturday, 11 am-9 pm Sunday. We arrived at TeSóAria a half-hour before it was scheduled to close,Bar Guide