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Launched in 1993, the Hair of the Dog Brewing Company displays flashes of brilliance with their small yet creative beer collection, and everyone wants a swig of it. With their claim to fame being a historic rendition of the Adambier of Dortmund, Germany (called Adam), this chill micro-brewery has been written about more times than it can keep track of. Two of the Hair of the Dog Company beers made the cut in Stanford University's list of top fine beers and has won much acclaim from beer connoisseurs. Ticketed-beer tastings are regularly arranged, for which beer enthusiasts make a straight beeline. If you happen to head early in the day to buy yourself one of their creative beers, Sprints, their in-house cook, might just provide you with some honest-to-goodness breakfast as reward for the wait which is guaranteed here.
If you are in the mood for seeing less traditional performances than the odes of Shakespeare or the musicals of Bernstein, enjoy an evening at the Imago Theater for some drama, acrobatics, mime, music and more. This Portland theater company always puts on a modern, open-to-interpretation show. The theater space, which adds an historical element to the modern pieces, is located in an area of the city that could be described as industrial.
If you love dance and fitness, then StudioNia is a very good option. Their hour long classes is made of 52 customized movements that are packed with energy and will make you flexible. This beautiful dance studio with authentic hardwood floors from the 1900s boasts that their Nia technique is a holistic approach for your wellness. When there are no classes, this facility is also available on rent. It comprises of two elegant studios and a lounge area.
Embark on a diverse culinary sojourn with Portland's Forktown Food Tours. Offering an epicurean journey across Portland's most distinctive neighborhoods, the Forktwon Food Tours are the finest in the business. Stop by at the flamboyant Mexican food carts in the iconic Pearl District or explore some fine dining treasures along the Alphabet District. Experience Portland's nouveau culinary side on the Southeast Division Street and chug on beers from quaint microbreweries along the way. Through every walk you take and every treat you bite into, a Portlander foodie guide will engage you in a culinary commentary. For our vegetarian friends, this tour also includes vegetarian food stops.
Clay Pigeon Winery is a big and popular winery in Portland. They produce quality Pinot noir and Syrah wines that are enjoyed best with cheese cubes. The winery has beautiful ambiance because of the wooden interiors and yellow, high-hung lamps. Cyril's is the restaurant and wine tasting bar of Pigeon Winery. Both, Clay Pigeon and Cyril's, host too many events of different genres on a very regular basis. Check the website for detailed list of events.
Great entertainers such as Marvin Gaye, James Brown and the Grateful Dead have performed in this historic ballroom that is now owned by the McMenamin Brothers. Three on-site bars—including a popular nightclub, Ringlers - will satiate your hunger and thirst. It is worth a visit just to behold the local landmark's ornate chandeliers, picturesque windows and a 7500-square -foot (696.7728 square meters) dance floor that floats on ball-bearings.