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Looking for something distinctive and beautiful in Portland? The Solo Club has what you're looking for. Lush interiors with ornate tile floors and Mediterranean-inspired fare are matched perfectly with international liqueurs and amari to create an experience unparalleled in this city. From small intimate gatherings to large private dinner, The Solo club offers a world of possibilities to make your time together with loved ones a memorable unique experience.

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SEE SOME OF THE OPTIONS FOR SMALL GATHERINGs TO
LARGE EVENTS LISTED BELOW

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ALL Yours

For parties of 35 or more

Seated: 50  Standing : 60

The Solo Club is located in the historic Slabtown neighborhood of NW Portland. A sister bar to the iconic Besaw's, The Solo Club offers a dreamy, getaway option to the Portland neighborhood. Fun fact: In 1903, George Besaw bought the building that used to be a brothel named Solo Club on NW 23rd and Savier St. hence the name making a return.

With new lush digs, ornate tile floors, Himalayan salt walls, a bar flush with amari and bitters, and sumptuous Mediterranean fare - the Solo Club creates a unique experience for your special occasion. We can create an intimate space to enjoy a private party or entertain a large group. Our talented staff will ensure every vision you have for your event is brought to life with food and drink, décor, and rental needs.

Sliding doors on the Main Floor open in to a large patio that can be used year around and accommodate another 50 guests. (110 Guests total)

*Please note that The Solo Club does not offer Coursed Dinners.

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Small Gatherings on the mezzanine

Seated: 20   Standing: 25

On the second floor of the beautiful bi-level bar, our Mezzanine is perfect for a night out with friends, a weekend wedding brunch, presentations, or intimate cocktail parties. The possibilities are endless as this space is very transformable to any aesthetic design or A/V needs.