We will be closed on Saturday, Sept. 15th from 8:00 AM - 5:00PM to welcome Pineau des Charentes for Feast Portland!
We will open for evening service from 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Monday : 3pm to 10pm
Tuesday : 3pm to 10pm
Wednesday : 3pm to 10pm
Thursday : 3pm to 12am
Friday : 3pm to 12am
Saturday : 8am to 12am
Sunday : 8am to 8pm
Sunday All Day Happy Hour
Happy Hour everyday: 3pm to 6pm
Weekend Brunch: 8am - 3pm
Please note that we do not take reservations.
Seating is first come, first served.
For general inquiries, please write firstname.lastname@example.org
For private event information, please contact our Director of Hospitality Lisa Ramirez
by Alex Frane
"For a city that sees rain for nine months out of this year, Portland boasts a remarkable number of restaurant and bar patios; almost every spot in town seems to have at least some amount of outdoor seating. Catch some rays while enjoying no-joke food and drink at these spots, which range from the dive bar smoking patio to the chic hotel rooftop. Note that a handful of these patios are still gearing up, but they'll be in full swing when the summer sun comes out."
by Alex Frane
1. The Solo Club
This is the bar for the amaro obsessed, but its casual European approach to drinking and eating makes it a rewarding escape for all. Highballs are a mainstay here, from fernet and cola to cava and your choice of amaro. Pull up to a cafe-style table to read the newspaper or catch up with friends.
The Newcomer’s Guide to Booze in a Boozy Town
by Thomas Ross
The Other Best Cocktail Ever
Solo Club (2110 NW Raleigh)—Neighbors lamented the loss of longtime Northwest 23rd Ave restaurant Besaw’s when it was forced out by rapid condo development for you, the newcomer. But all’s well, for in the end, we have you to thank for the Solo Club, sister bar to the relocated and expanded Besaw’s, just a few blocks from the original location. Solo Club specializes in “coolers,” combos of soda, beer, bubbly wine or sometimes spirits with a wide array of bitters, vermouths, and a beloved Italian style of digestivo and aperitivo called amaro—the Portland favorite of which is fernet. Fernet Branca is the king of fernet, but (lucky us) Solo Club offers many others."
The Solo Club’s Amari Aces Share 3 Summer-Ready Spritzer Recipes with portland monthly
by Benjamin Tepler
Our phenomenal Bar Manager Mike sat down with Portland Monthly and shared some of our go-to summer spritzer recipes. Try your hand at some of our favorites, and take advantage of the last days of summer!
Find the article and full recipe list here.
Right at the Fork
"The Solo Club, the long-awaited pastry, lunch, dinner, and cocktail lounge featuring a years-in-the-works dinner menu from Besaw's Executive Chef Dustin Clark, will open its doors on August 15, with a grand opening party lasting from 6 to 10 p.m".
SOMETHING STRANGE is happening in Northwest Portland: It’s getting cool again. Under pretenses of celebrating the Slabtown neighborhood’s working-class history, apartment buildings like the LL Hawkins are going up (next to a New Seasons, no less). And even those of us who can’t afford a studio have to admit the Hawkins is kind of a looker. (Didn’t we agree that all new buildings must be eyesores so Portlanders could keep carping?)
One neighborhood staple, Cana Flug’s Portland classic Besaw’s, lost its spot on NW 23rd last year and adapted by relocating and rebranding, moving to the LL Hawkins. And now Besaw’s has a sister in the next-door Solo Club. The colorful, bi-level café and bar has a focus that’s just about as Portland-cool as it gets: excellent coffee in the morning, amaro- and bitters-focused cocktails in the evening, and a Southeast-Asian inspired menu all day long.