The following twelve bars serve jello shots in Portland, Oregon. Some, like The Know, take this dying art seriously with specialty jello shots like "Tequila Lime," others merely stock them in abundance, such as The Sandy Hut. Yeah, it's gonna be that kind of night. Call a cab now.
Scooter's offers a nice slice of real life in downtown Portland, read that as Taco Tuesdays and jello shots.
Chopsticks Express, inner East Burnside's unparalleled dive bar, is notorious for its karaoke nights and rowdy atmosphere. Grab a seat, order a whiskey drink and enjoy the show.
Bar of the Gods now hosts an open mic comedy night on Sundays. Show up at eight to watch and laugh as Xander Deveaux hosts local comedians deliver the five minutes of material that they've been practicing on their co-workers all week.
George's is the eclectic neighborhood dive where tatted young kids perch next to seasoned veterans of cheap lager. Think Coors & jello shots.
Blue Diamond is the hole-in-the-wall blues secret where folks groove, bob, and dance like back when rock and roll was still dangerous.
This is the kind of bar where bad ideas often come to fruition and a fun night is had by all. The orange jello shots are an excellent way to ensure such an experience.
Open since 1958, Club 21 is still serving strong. The interior is tidy & kitsch, but not overly so, & the burger menu is a fat kid's dream.
Sip on cans of PBR or Rainier shoulder to shoulder with Portland's leather-clad best while watching local metal bands hesh it out on the other side of the red velvet curtain. Happy hour 3 to 7.
More of a hole-in-the-fence than hole-in-the-wall, the Standard seems to be making the transition from Keno to hipster. Hold on tight.