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A faux-Polynesian fever dream rigorously appointed in layers of vintage South Pacific kitsch, this tiki bar was recently named the nation’s finest.
At Northeast Broadway's Hale Pele, you feel like you’re in the best little bar in fake Hawaii.
Tiki bar site Critiki has named Portland’s Hale Pale as the third best tiki bar in the entire world—for the second year in the row.
The drink that made the women so unhappy was the Krakatoa—a mixture of elements every bit as volatile as those baking-soda-and-vinegar volcanoes from grade school. It contains both caffeine and liquor, both fire and ice.
The Oregonian’s Bar of the Year did not quite last a year. Americano is closed.
Azuñia blanco tequila, Campari, cucumber syrup, lime, grapefruit, Peychaud’s bitters and Sprite tastes like the greatest grown-up pink lemonade.
A guide to happy hours in North and Northeast Portland—including where to get $2-and-under-Pabst.