Produce Row Cafe

204 SE Oak St
Portland, OR 97214


Located in the now trendy inner eastside industrial district, Produce Row (aka The Row) has been the pulse of the craft beer movement for over 40 years. Boasting 24 taps and an award winning bourbon collection, Produce Row originally opened in 1953 as a breakfast café for the produce dockworkers. In 1974 the space was converted to a pub and has since been the neighborhood stronghold where people come together. 2008 brought a big remodel yielding The Row an updated interior not to mention one of the best year round patios in the city. NW American cuisine done with style, The Row is a great spot for casual lunch, happy hour and date night alike.


Paddy’s Bar & Grill

65 SW Yamhill St
Portland, OR 97204


Paddy’s is the oldest Irish Pub in downtown Portland. Serving traditional Irish fare for over 35 years in the historic Powers Building (est. 1878), Paddy’s has always been a popular meeting point for the business professionals and Portland locals alike. With an inventory of over 600 spirits on an antique bar that rivals any Victorian Free House, Paddy’s offers adventurous choices for your favorite libation, whether it be luxurious cocktails, beer, whiskey or wine.


Circa 33

3348 SE Belmont
Portland, OR 97214


The name pays tribute to our neighborhood street block and the year in which prohibition was repealed (1933). We call ourselves a neighborhood haunt that focuses on great ambiance, delicious food and classic libations. Circa flaunts a swanky, prohibition era ambiance in a casual setting. All cocktails follow a “classic formula” – a combination of spirit, sugar, citrus and bitters. The cuisine is “Influenced American”. Our favorite projects are incorporating spirits and our smoker. You’ll see them both used throughout our menu.

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Patton Maryland

5101 N Interstate Ave
Portland, OR 97217


Located along the historic Highway 99/Interstate Ave., Patton Maryland’s Southern inspired menu focuses on comfort food, coastal fare, and BBQ, utilizing a competition smoker. Lunch, dinner and daily happy hour features house-ground burgers and smoked meats, and celebrates the bounty from the garden with numerous vegetarian and vegan options and daily specials. North Portland families are a short walk away to the family-friendly space, featuring a kids menu and dog-friendly patio.


Cadillac Cafe

1801 NE Broadway St.
Portland, OR 97232


The Cadillac Café has been an innovative institution for breakfast and lunch on Portland’s NE Broadway dining scene for over twenty-five years. Jump-started in 1989 on the guiding principles of quality, consistency and exceptional service, the Cadillac Café embraced the surrounding community and has flourished ever since. Relocated in 2002 to it’s current home the café takes design cues from the art deco period. The crown jewel of the space is a drivable 1961 pink Cadillac convertible in the dining room. A favorite spot for politicians, local Portlanders and the LGBT crowd, come early to avoid the line.


North 45

517 NW 21st Ave.
Portland, OR 97209


A neighborhood pub with a love for international travel. North 45, the name inspired by the pub’s location on the 45th parallel, is a cozy place to meet your neighbors or people watch with friends while sipping a local craft beer or cocktail. We are all about mussels, or Pommes Frites. Our house specialty is mussels and fries served in seven unique broths and flavor profiles. We compliment this offering with a healthy selection of Belgian style beers. If whiskey is your weakness, choose from over 150 bottles of some the finest bourbons, rye’s, Irish and Scotch whiskies around. The concept was born while the owners were backpacking through South America together in 2005. “We wanted to incorporate the intimacy and social elements of a pub, without labeling ourselves as an Irish or English pub. We figured a travel-themed pub is something that everybody can relate to and/or be the source of inspiration.”

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The Independent

225 SW Broadway #100
Portland, OR 97205


Located in the historic Broadway Bright Lights District, The Independent Sports Bar & Grill is downtown Portland’s first choice for sports, food and libation. Come enjoy a whiskey cocktail, one of our 20 Pacific NW-inspired beer taps, and classic bar nosh sourced from our local bounty with a few stadium-style favorites from across the nation. Come catch a game on one of our 32 flat panel TV’s and a projection system for big games. Your team will be on!


The Station

2703 NE Alberta St.
Portland, OR 97211


Built in 1931 by Harry Hills of Hansen Construction Company, this building was the original home of Northwestern Electric Company and is now listed on the history registry. Take a look around and you’ll notice subtle reminders of the power station’s great past. Skylights have replaced the ventilation shafts, wood floor panels cover the former generator pits, the high voltage rack is still attached to the ceiling in the bar area, and the insulators you see on the walls were excavated from beneath the rubble in the basement and re-mounted. The Station is a neighborhood pub focused on great food and drink in a casual, comfortable environment. The sports bar atmosphere on game day ramps up with our drop down screens.