Bars & Clubs in Eliot, OR


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White Eagle Cafe & Saloon

White Eagle Cafe & Saloon

Portland, OR

A lively place to hear music & enjoy a McMenamins' beer. See their website for nightly music schedule. Outdoor fireplace on their patio to snuggle up to.

The Secret Society

The Secret Society

Portland, OR

Cute, quaint bar. Great Happy hour menu and popcorn!!!

The Waypost

The Waypost

Portland, OR

The Waypost is achieving the coffeeshop-as-community goal that other cafes often set, but few achieve. More than just a cafe, bar, or bistro, Waypost regularly hosts talks, including everything from political to literary, with the occasional trivia night for good measure.

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Bars & Clubs in Eliot, OR
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820 N Russell St, Portland


The loungy side to their sister restaurant, MINT, next door. Dimly light with exposed brick walls, lounge style seating in a "sunken living room" section in the back of the bar,…
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Widmer Gasthaus

Widmer Gasthaus

955 N Russell St, Portland


Conveniently located on the yellow line, Widmer Gasthaus continues a strong German tradition with a Hefeweizen always on tap, a classic wooden d├ęcor, and plenty of hearty sausages…
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The Secret Society

The Secret Society

116 NE Russell, Portland


This Victorian-era music hall and cocktail serves up a wide selection of equally old-world sparkling classics like Hemingway's bubble creation Death in the Afternoon (with absinthe…
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White Eagle Cafe & Saloon

White Eagle Cafe & Saloon

836 N Russell St, Portland


With a long and storied past, present-day White Eagle can be your home away from home with lodging upstairs and a restaurant, pub and music venue downstairs.
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Gotham Tavern

Gotham Tavern

2240 N. Interstate, Portland


You will not find anything that relates to Batman inside this Gotham Tavern. What you will find is a HH menu that goes till 7 then starts back up again at 9pm. Typical bar food…
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The Waypost

The Waypost

3120 N Williams Ave, Portland


The Waypost is achieving the coffeeshop-as-community goal that other cafes often set, but few achieve. More than just a cafe, bar, or bistro, Waypost regularly hosts talks,…
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Billy Rays Dive

Billy Rays Dive

2216 NE M L King Blvd, Portland


Billy Ray's, the go-to neighborhood bar, lives up to its dive status: flowing PBR, a lot of broken stuff, and liquor stuffed in the back.
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Sloan's Tavern

Sloan's Tavern

36 N Russell St, Portland


First established in 1978, Sloan's has changed little since, and that's a good thing. There's a sweet cougar behind the bar with a mean G&T.
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McMenamins White Eagle

McMenamins White Eagle

836 N Russell St, Portland


Once a brothel, the rooms above this historic building-turned-rock club have been turned into an inexpensive hotel.
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Cafe Wonder

Cafe Wonder

128 NE Russell St, Portland


We had heard about this place through friends, and decided to check it out on a spur of the moment. Even though it was a weekend, and the upstairs live music venue was going…
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White Eagle Cafe & Saloon. With a long and storied past, present-day White Eagle can be your home away from home with lodging upstairs and a restaurant, pub and music venue downstairs.… read more


Gotham Tavern. You will not find anything that relates to Batman inside this Gotham Tavern. What you will find is a HH menu that goes till 7 then starts back up again at 9pm. Typical bar food like wings, burgers, quesadillas and dips reign over this menu. Unique "jenga" like booths and modern art create coziness in this tavern. Incidentally it's name is derived from the building it is house in, The Gotham Building.… read more


Wonder Ballroom. This venue has a spacious, friendly feel to it, and you can either stand downstairs by the stage, or if you're early enough, go upstairs and claim theater seats. There's a bar on either level, which is a lovely feature. After the show, head downstairs to Trigger for seriously large margaritas and Tex-Mex. … read more