30800 SW Parkway Ave
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Phone: (503) 682-2288
Fax: (503) 682-1088
Located inside the Sweetbrier Inn, this fun spot features excellent Northwest cuisine. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are offered; including a huge Sunday Brunch; and live jazz can be heard nightly Wednesday-Saturday. A selection of local wines and microbrews is available, as well as a more extensive list in the bar. Try the fresh Crab and Artichoke Dip for starters and finish with Hot Wildberry Cobbler a la mode. You will enjoy friendly service and a relaxing yet slightly upscale environment.
Blinn's Boathouse offers good food, great tunes and a relaxing evening outdoors. Enjoy live nightly music as you sip your beverage of choice from the full bar and gaze out at the lake front view. Although you can choose from an array of grilled menu items including seafood, pizza is the specialty of the house and surpasses all expectations when it is steaming hot off the barbecue. The service is efficient and friendly.
A club not meant for the faint-hearted. Loud head banging music and the hep crowd may not appeal to some, but if you're with your group of friends then you can have fun. Club Coco II is your usual run-of-the-mill club where you find music, dance and the crowd mingling. Not recommended for those who are looking for something fancy.
For the hottest weekend party in Portland, head to the FX Night Club. This vivacious nightclub is open till 3a on Fridays and Saturdays, only for the 18 years and above revelers. You can settle down in one of the private rooms of the club or hit the dance floor and dance to the thumping hip hop beats churned out by the DJs. Saturdays are ideal for girls night out as it hosts ladies nights which allows free entry for ladies before 11p. Call ahead to know more.
Netled in the heart of Portland, Society Nightclub & Lounge is wonderful spot to spend the evening out with your friends. Dance to the beats churned out by the DJ, while sipping on delightful concoctions. The fries, mango salsa, chicken gyro and lamb pita are definitely worth a try. You could drop in by this place for a late lunch fare too. This club opens its doors from 3p onwards, so if you would like to give your night an early head-start, this is your ideal location. Tobacco lovers can enjoy their cigarette at the patio.
This Southeast Portland bar plays host to marathon dance sessions that appear to help the local regulars shake off the workweek stress. A wide dance floor, flashing lights and large video screens make it a favorite dance destination. The full bar offers the usual refreshments plus a good selection of local microbrews; however, trendy cocktails are more popular here. You will find a disk jockey spinning songs Wednesday through Saturday nights.
Head to Andrea's Cha Cha Club and shake it to the Latin beat. Ask about cheap cha cha lessons. A full bar will provide not only your favorite cocktail, but a variety of domestic and microbrew drafts as well. Tasty, inexpensive food is also available. Try a huge salad or filling sandwich for less than a five spot. Sample the enormous buffet, bulging with American fare while you enjoy a relaxed, friendly and extremely casual evening out.
A warm environment and superb Thai cuisine will keep you coming back to this acclaimed restaurant located in Hotel Lucia. For lunch, request the mouth-watering Typhoon Barbecue Chicken Salad. Dinner specialties at Typhoon! On Broadway include Grilled Beef with Grapes and Bangkok Noodles. Visit the cocktail lounge on weekends for spectacular jazz. Try the other Portland location at 2310 Northwest Everett Street.
There's a good reason why Silverado is packed every night: the male dancers who entertain the crowd are enough incentive for gay men to stop by regularly, and the great drinks and music just enhance the experience. When you mention the most popular gay clubs in the city, Silverado is a name that is bound to crop up. There is an outdoor terrace where you can enjoy a drink or two, and the lounge is also available for private events during the day.
Lola's Room is the little sister of the Crystal Ballroom in Burnside. Lola's has a floor space of 3000 square feet and can easily accommodate around 200 people. It is right below the Crystal and hosts a variety of shows ranging from hard rock bands playing live, to more intimate performances. When there is no live music, a highly skilled DJ spins tunes that will lure you out onto the dance floor.
This contemporary establishment opened its doors in 1979 and is Portland's oldest licensed gay/lesbian bar. The management believes in a sense of community and a common place to hang out. Though catering primarily to a gay clientele, people of all orientations are welcome to have a good time here. Enjoy local microbrews from Bridgeport and other breweries or order a cocktail, glass of wine or hard cider. There's also a small food menu to go with your spirits. Try lasagna or pasta salad from the bar menu. Billiards, lottery games and darts are available. Check website for upcoming events and more.
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. One thousand patrons can fit into the ballroom and it can be reserved for private events as well. 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 7500-square-foot dance floor that floats on ball-bearings.