(NEW!) Angel Face
14 NE 28th Ave., 239-3804. 5 pm-midnight Sunday-Thursday, 5 pm-1 am Friday-Saturday.
Angel Face is precious. The food is little and lovely from
oyster to meurette—not surprisin
(NEW!) Abbey Bar
716 NW 21st Ave., 222-1593, theabbeybar.com. 11 am-10 pm Monday-Friday, 9 am-10 pm Saturday-Sunday.
Strange but true: With the hybrid, qualified exception of
Caps & Corks, inn
The Blue Monk
3341 SE Belmont St., 595-0575, thebluemonk.com. 5 pm-2:30 am daily.
There’s something undeniably retro about grabbing a drink
at the Blue Monk. Maybe it’s the green vinyl booths
Which Portland bar...
View SurveyGO: If you’re looking for trivia at bars instead of bar trivia, we recommend the following nights: Shanrock (rotating theme nights), EastBurn, 1800 E Burnside St.,
Some of you may have forgotten. Some of you never knew. But Katherine Dunn wrote for Willamette Week for nearly a decade starting in 1981. “All during the time I was working on the Geek,” Dunn tel
Naked Men’s Yoga
For anyone who goes to yoga to let go, this is the class
for you. An exercise in stretching spiritual flexibility to new limits,
Naked Men’s Yoga removes the last barrier o
The People’s Yoga
3016 NE Killingsworth St., 4940 NE 16th St., and 4210 SE Belmont St., the peoplesyoga.org
All classes, $8
The Movement Center
1021 NE 33rd Ave., mcyoga.com
Yoga classes for nudists, booty shakers and cheapskates, plus local gear and a field guide to Portland yoga studios.
When it comes to yoga, Portland isn’t the “most” anything.
We don’t have the
most studios per capita. Or teachers. We don’t have scads of
Lululemon-armored yogalebrities offering swank