There ain't no proper honky tonks in Portland. Well, unless you count this D Street bungalow with a hoppin' patio and near-daily live music from men with two first names. Most of that music is country, and this spot draws a lot of dudes in snap-button shirts and denim vests who crowd around the stage by the door. Out on the patio, a half-covered side yard that gets a lot of action from softball teams, there's lawn games and Leroy's barbecue cart. The restaurant took over the cart, so it now keeps its hours—that cart's always been good when it's good, but was too often closed when it should've been open. The drinks aren't fancy, but the tallboys are cheap and the whiskey is poured nice and tall.
Entertainment: Live music, cornhole.