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Situated across Ankeny Street, Valentines is a trendy but casual bar. It is an ideal spot to hang out after work and enjoy few drinks with your friends. Open late till 2.30a, the bar is especially known for its live music sessions as well as DJ nights, theme parties, poetry readings, music concerts and film screenings throughout the week. You'll find well-mixed drinks at the bar, and there's an excellent selection of sandwiches and tapas if you're feeling peckish.
An absolute delight for beer lovers, Deschutes Brewery Portland Public House has a vast array of local and seasonal brews on offer. On tap, you get to enjoy beers like the Andromeda Belgian Ale, Black Butte Porter, Obsidian Stout, Deschutes Rive Ale and Old Pilgrim Barley Wine. In addition, a food menu comprising tasty treats like the quinoa and cashew burger, smoked chicken fettuccine and dry-aged baby back ribs is offered. You can also take kegs to go.
Dubbed as one of "The Best Clubs in America" in 2013 by Rolling Stone magazine, Doug Fir Lounge is the go to place for music lovers. Located within the Jupiter Hotel, the lounge showcases the talents of up and coming artists. A first class sound system boosts the performance energy, keeping the guests asking for more. Even on nights without concerts you can still sip on some classic drinks, relax in the comfortable surroundings and dine on delicious American dishes.
Multnomah Whiskey Library is a bar that is renowned for its amazing whiskey offerings. The ambiance here is classy and vintage with hues of golden and brown. Exposed brick, wooden furnishings, sumptuous leather couches and subtle lighting choices give the place an air of class. The bar boasts of one of the best collection of whiskeys in the city. Besides this, they also serve finely mixed cocktails as well as beers and wines. The food menu ranges from bar snacks to steaks, and is perfectly designed to complement the drinks. All in all, the bar is the ultimate haven for whiskey connoisseurs.
This downtown restaurant is known for its local cuisine; all the ingredients are harvested here in Oregon. The small, split-level setup is cozy, but it can get bit noisy. Northwest seafood, local mushrooms and other veggies make up an array of uniquely Oregon dishes. Sustainability is at the core of the restaurant's food philosophy and it firmly believes in supporting and sourcing from local growers. The lamb sausage and Totten Inlet mussels are specialties not to be missed. The pastrami sandwich is a good choice for lunch. The freshness of the ingredients and the diversity it brings to the palate is an obvious advantage of this practice. This restaurant also claims to have the largest wine and beer list in the city; don't expect a Budweiser though. An excellent choice for a local culinary experience.