Area Bars and Restaurants

Luckily there are so many great places to choose from right by the theatres! Here are a few of our favorite:

CoHo Theatre, Northwest

St Jack’s combines rustic French cuisine with Northwest wines in either cozy restaurant or bustling bar setting, just down the street from the theatre doors. 1610 NW 23rd Ave.

Breakside Brewing is also a stone’s throw from the theatre. A great spot to grab a pre-show bite off it’s eclectic, locally-sourced menu, or have a post-show discussion over an award-winning pint. 1570 NW 22nd Ave.

World Trade Center, Downtown

Q Bar is the regathering of the Veritable Quandary team, and one of the latest additions to Downtown Portland’s brunch scene. It is one of the rare places around the WTC serving up a great dinner menu on a Sunday night. 828 SW 2nd Ave.

Paddy’s Bar and Grill is Portland’s oldest Irish pub, family friendly until 9:30pm and serving traditional Irish comfort food in a warm, woody setting. 65 SW Yamhill St.

Mod Pizza is for those who are ready to stand after sitting in a dark theatre for several hours. 30+ ingredients. One price. Super fast. You’ll get all that and more at this acclaimed artisan pizzeria. 204 SW Yamhill St.

Imago Theatre, Eastside

Burnside Brewing Company takes an alchemist approach to enhance the craft beer and culinary experience. Burnside is widely recognized as a visionary leader in the Northwest brewing industry—bold enough to take risks and smart enough to leave a creative impression on your palate. 701 E. Burnside Avenue

Rontoms is a hip, rustic-industrial hangout with a patio, fireplaces, ping-pong, plus drinks, pub grub and bands. 600 E. Burnside Avenue

Le Pigeon is a James Beard Award-winning restaurant serving creative French-inspired fare served at communal tables. 738 E. Burnside Avenue

Noble Rot is a 4th-floor wine bar offering city views and small plates featuring ingredients from a rooftop garden. 111 E. Burnside Avenue