Alberta Street Pub

Open 11am -midnight Sunday through Thursday and 11 am-2 am Friday & Saturday

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 complement 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.

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Strangled Darlings • There Is No Mountain • $8 adv / $10 Door

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Strangled Darlings hails from Portland, OR and tours the US full time. They bring a punk intensity and a literary gravitas to their live show. Jess Anderly transforms a cello to a hip hop bass and now plays the kick and high hat at the same time. George Veech renders his mandolin into the snare and a torrent of blue notes. The duo formed in 2009 and has released three albums with a fourth out Summer 2015. They bring a lyrical intelligence to the foot stomp. Their song material varies widely to cover a blend of folk, hip hop, jazz and Americana with inspiration coming from: witchcraft in the Civil War, the morality of Somali piracy, Neil Armstrong and a lot of dead white authors. The live show mixes technical mastery with deadpan humor and a little something to shake your rumpus. 


There Is No Mountain is a Portland, OR-based husband-and-wife duo that combines percussion, guitar, and an affinity for vocal harmony to create a unique brand of pop with intricate, world-music-influenced arrangements.  The band's subtly virtuosic style has been compared in print to current acts like The Dirty Projectors and classics like Paul Simon's Graceland, but it is perhaps more telling that reviewers have tried to peg the duo's musical influences in genres ranging from jazz to folk, classical to psychedelic rock, and world music to doom metal.  Kali and Matt call it "pop with a short attention span".