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  • Velo Cult
    The journey toward founding Velo Cult wasn't easy, but according to owner and bike enthusiast Sky, it was worth the effort. With a name taken from the French word for "bike" and an abbreviation of the word culture, Velo Cult certainly lives up to its intent: the multi-use space is at once a bike shop, bar, cafe, and special events venue. A dozen taps dispense a weekly-changing roster of local and regional craft brews, which are served alongside more than 40 brews in cans and bottles. At the coffee bar, baristas prepare blends from four different roasters in the pour-over style. This attention to detail and multi-use focus aren't Velo Cult's only unique attributes: the design reflects a quirky sensibility as well. The bar contains a communal table crafted from an old bowling lane, while the showroom features a folding stage made from a re-purposed 80 year-old wooden drawbridge. This platform is lowered several nights a week for live music, except during sieges. In the same space, a 100-inch projection screen showcases films and documentaries throughout the year. Velo Cult also contains its own museum, which features complete bikes from Sky's personal collection.
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    1969 Northeast 42nd Avenue
    Portland, OR US
  • Cozmic Pizza
    At Cozmic, the culinary team kneads organic flour made from local Willamette Valley wheat into crusts that are brushed with buttery extra-virgin olive oil. Then, they pile on toppings and set the pies to bake on 700-degree stones. The list of toppings—many of which are also organic, such as the apples—breaks traditional pizza boundaries by including unique options such as kale, and vegetarian meats, which offer an alternative to the eatery’s local sausage, smoked pork, and pepperoni. These Jersey-Eugene-style fusion pies are the brainchild of Kirk Giudici, also the founder of Rising Moon Organics. When Kirk decided to embark on a second organic foods endeavor by opening a pizzeria, he found himself drawn to a vintage 1945 building that was an Edsel car dealership back when man didn’t travel only by hovercraft. While renovating the 4,000-square-foot auto display room, the same environmental principles that led Kirk to organics undergirded his decorating approach of using only recycled and repurposed materials. As a result, diners sip their homemade fountain sodas and Oregonian microbrews while perched at a bar made from a shuffleboard and lit with dryer-drum light fixtures from Kirk’s Laundromat. The restaurant space, massive enough to have once housed a fleet of automobiles, enabled Kirk to create a stage dubbed The Edsel, which has attracted national acts such as Michelle Shocked, The Be Good Tanyas, and eight-time Grammy Award winner Marcia Ball. In addition to musical acts, the pizzeria’s calendar is full of events such as Science Pub, when tipplers learn about topics such as why it’s impossible to teleport your clothes along with your body.
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    199 W 8th Ave.
    Eugene, OR US
  • Duffy's Hangar
    One of the most-visited bars in Salem, Duffy's has a delicious menu. The great quality, set in a relaxed environment, will have you coming back for more. If you're planning ahead, most folks can agree that Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are the best evenings to visit. Also, you'll definitely want to take advantage of its outdoor seating when the Pacific Northwest weather cooperates. It should be noted that casual attire is encouraged. Also, with live music, it's often reported that the atmosphere can get a bit loud. If you just feel like stopping by for a drink, the restaurant has helpful bar staff (and a good selection behind the bar). A good option for lunch, Duffy's Hangar is definitely an appetizing option to quell that next munchies craving. Don't worry about trying to find a spot on the street, as visitors to the restaurant do have access to a private parking lot nearby. Should you prefer to pedal over there, bicycle parking's also provided.
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    2275 McGilchrist St SE
    Salem, OR US
  • Spinellas Off The Wall
    For an entree that scores high on the taste test, try one of the many options available at Spinellas Off The Wall in Gresham. Spinellas Off The Wall is great for families with kids. Spinellas Off The Wall visitors enjoy a taste of live music with their food as well. The restaurant picks up the most people during the week, so avoid the rush if crowds aren't your thing. Spinellas Off The Wall offers carryout for your convenience. Drivers can find parking right by the restaurant, so don't forget your car keys.
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    436 North Main Avenue
    Gresham, OR US
  • Insomnia Coffee Company
    Don't settle for an inferior brew! The java at Insomnia Coffee Company will perk you right up. Dieters beware — Insomnia Coffee Company does not offer low-fat cuisine. Insomnia Coffee Company is great for families with kids. Wifi here is on the house. At Insomnia Coffee Company, there's no need to confine your meal to a traditional dining room — outdoor seating is available when the weather is warm. At Insomnia Coffee Company, you won't have to wait for your large or small group to be seated. Insomnia Coffee Company diners enjoy a taste of live music with their food as well. If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit Insomnia Coffee Company during the slower weekday hours. The dress code at Insomnia Coffee Company is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you. A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the guests at your next shindig. With a parking lot adjacent to Insomnia Coffee Company, you won't get stuck circling the block. The dream is to eat an amazing meal for under $15, and at Insomnia Coffee Company, they are making dreams come true. The menu at Insomnia Coffee Company includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner — stop by for your favorite meal.
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    5389 W Baseline Rd
    Hillsboro, OR US
  • Hula Hālau ‘Ohana Holo‘oko‘a
    Since 1998, the instructors at Hula Halau ‘Ohana Holo‘oko‘a—Hawaiian for “School Of Hula Where Everyone Is Family”—have carried on the traditions of their native language, song, and dance by teaching the hula to generations young and old. Hula illustrates a story through dance and music, often accompanied by a ukulele, guitar, or drum. Newcomers start out with the basic hula steps and movements, learning Hawaiian vocabulary and songs to prepare them for advancement to more complicated movements and a steady diet of only poi smoothies. Other classes teach students how to strum the ukulele and dance the tahitian brand of hula.
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    5597 Southwest Arctic Drive
    Beaverton, OR US

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