Alberta Street Pub

Open 4pm to 1amish Every Day

Re-established in 2013, the Alberta Street Pub is a complete remodel of the old neighborhood Public House. The kitchen serves up an inspired and locally sourced menu to compliment our craft cocktails and the 21 rotating draft beers. The Pub continues its tradition of friendly service with skilled bartenders, table service, a live music venue, and enormous heated patio. The venue side has been updated as well with a focus on acoustics and comfort. We offer one of the best listening environments in Portland with an intimate setting and a high quality sound system. Whether it’s bluegrass, jazz, folk, country, soul, or funk you’ll find something to love nearly every night of the week. Ask about our service industry discounts or discover our happy hour food and drink specials Monday through Friday from 4 to 6pm.

Foxy Lemon • The Autonomics • Ghost Towns • $7

Portland based band Foxy Lemon have come together to create a blues-flavored, riff-heavy psychedelic rock sound that is making waves across the world. Their dedication and tireless work ethic has pushed them forward at a fierce pace.

After a successful west coast tour, they were welcomed by Nike to have "Quiteabitofbooty" included in their year-long global campaign for Women's World Cup Soccer. Their ads are regularly being played on ESPN and Fox Sports. Lead by charismatic lead singer Keishi Ihara, Foxy Lemon is gearing up to leave a lasting imprint on the American rock scene.

The Autonomics

Ghost Towns

Through the use of eccentric instrumentation, shifting rhythms, and a fusion of sounds both Western and Eastern, Ghost Towns puts on a show brimming with energy and enthusiasm. The songs alternate between the joyous and the melancholy, and ares anchored in the rain-drenched, earthy sensibility of the Pacific NW, a la Modest Mouse, Elliott Smith, or Blitzen Trapper
The band was born in March of 2014, when Lukas Borsten assembled a crack team of Portland musicians to make a series of recordings during a week long residency at a cabin in the Sou’wester Lodge on the coast of Southern Washington. After performing a show on the final night, it became apparent that the experience and arrangements had coalesced into a band rather than merely a recording project.