OutCity: Portland Venue Reviews

From the Portland city guide in OutCity’s Winter/Spring 2013 issue.

HOTELS

The Ace
Ace Hotel

Ace Hotel: This second hotel of the now four-strong hipster Ace family occupies a historic downtown building on the edge of the Pearl District—the noirish lobby appeared in Gus Van Sant’s Drugstore CowboySee the full listing here.

Hotel deLuxe: The vintage elegance of old Hollywood permeates this ritzy tower on the west side of downtown. See the full listing here.

Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B: You can’t get much more queenly than this graceful, gay-owned Queen Anne mansion, whose interior is a study in Victorian splendor—it’s in the leafy and historic Irvington neighborhood, a short walk from MAX light rail. See the full listing here.

Portland International Guesthouse: With easy access to the Pearl District and downtown via the sleek Portland Streetcar, this affordable, gay-welcoming guesthouse is a great budget option steps from a bounty of lively bars, restaurants, and shops (including Trader Joe’s)—Washington Park is fairly close, too. See the full listing here.

Portland’s White House: A wealthy lumber baron built this Greek Revival mansion in the tony Irvington neighborhood in 1911, billing it as the most expensive house in town. See the full listing here.

DINING

Hobo’s: The surrounding Old Town neighborhood is a tad seedy, but inside Hobo’s you’ll find an intimate, lovely space that’s been a favorite gay dining spot and cabaret for more than a quarter century. See the full listing here.

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