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7 Live Music + Dining Venues

Published Oct 8th, 2014

Are you looking for great Northwest dining mixed with talented musicians? Then take a look at our picks for live music around the Northwest. You’ll find a variety, including Hawaiian, Irish, country, rock-n-roll and more. This week is Part 1, with 7 of the best!

Bounty Hunter/Tigard – The Bounty Hunter is a destination for all brands of folks. From cowboys to cowgirls, bikers to businesswomen, stop by and enjoy the old fashion Saloon flair! Feast on the amazing appetizers, main courses, and desserts. Plus, there’s live music, they’re family friendly and have a full service bar.

Broken Top Bottle Shop
Broken Top Bottle Shop & Ale Cafe/Bend – Vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and smoked meats menu selections. Twelve rotating taps and over 400 bottled beers to choose from. Live music on Sunday evenings and other nights too!

Dexter Lake Club/Dexter – Sixty years of serving up great food, spirits and live music, along with the international notoriety from the movie, ‘Animal House’ makes the Dexter Lake Club a world famous bar and a true example of “Roadhouse Americana”. You can always count on a warm, inviting atmosphere and friendly, attentive service.

Doug Fir/Portland – Now for more than 10 years, Doug Fir is Timberline Lodge meets ‘2001, A Space Odyssey’. East Burnside’s answer to honest downtown dining. A faux fancy, full service restaurant. Classic cocktails, rock ‘n roll down in the lounge. Lots of log.

Drift Inn Yachats

Drift Inn/Yachats – A family friendly restaurant with a long and colorful history. Drift Inn has great homemade food, nightly entertainment and a view of the Yachats River as it reaches the Pacific Ocean.

 

Howiee’s on Front/Medford – Howiee’s food is classic American with a Southern flair. Daily lunch, happy hour, and dinner specials! Oh yeah, and live music entertainment six days a week! Howiee’s is Medford’s best kept secret.

Kells/Portland – Family run with a second floor banquet room, a cigar room, and a large seasonal patio, plus Irish music seven nights a week. Every year they hold the largest Irish Festival on the West Coast. Kids’ menu and special dairy and gluten free menus are available.

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