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This vintage video game and pinball arcade is a trip through time– you will find a black lit wonderland of 80s video games that still costs a single quarter. DJs or bands entertain on most nights, with a small cover charge on band nights. Climb the ornate staircase to the largest collection of pinball machines in the area or try out iconic games like Mortal Kombat II and Pac-Man.
This facelift on the east bank of the Willamette River gives walkers an intimate experience with the waterfront. The 1.5 mile (2 km) walkway- one of the longest floating walkways in the United States- stretches along the river between the Hawthorne and Steel bridges. Along a walk or bicycle ride, you will take in views of downtown and the current events taking place across the river on the west bank at Waterfront Park. There are also old-fashioned lamps, sculptures and scripts describing Portland's great shipping history along the way.
Sparkling in the sunlight or reflecting overcast skies, you can spot this landmark from nearly every viewpoint in the City of Portland. Built by U.S. Bancorp, the flashy rose-colored skyscraper has been affectionately dubbed "Big Pink." With 43 floors shooting into the downtown sky, it is Portland's tallest high-rise. Crowning the skyline, the structure can be seen from Council Crest in the southwest, Mount Tabor in the east and Overlook Park in the north.
Housed inside the iconic confines of the Roseland Theater, Peter's Room offers a more intimate stage setting for concert bands. This sub-theater is located in the basement of the original Roseland Theater, consists of a fully-stocked bar and offers reasonably-priced bar eats such as meatball subs, burgers, nachos and chips. Admission is typically on a first come, first serve basis, so head here early to find a spot closer to the stage. Occasionally, Peter's Room at Roseland will also stream live ongoing concerts from the Roseland Theater stage for patrons who have settled at the bar.
Roseland Theater is extremely popular with young revelers, especially the under-21 crowd. The bar and balcony are now upstairs, and the downstairs stage turns into an all-age dancing frenzy most nights. Acts range from reggae to the latest popular bands, so it is a great place to catch the up-and-coming as well as legendary performers. Beer, wine and soft drinks are all available. There is also a grill restaurant open downstairs.