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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Lee Allstar • Small Souls • Harm • $8

Lee Allstar is a six piece folk pop group from Portland, Oregon. 

Lee Aulson, known for her work in bevelers, is accompanied by Alicia Newsom on vocals, Ben Dahmes on drums, Aaron Stern on bass, John Sawyer on violin and Jeremiah Brunnhoelzl on guitar. The band finished recording their first 3 song EP titled, "ish" in September 2015 and will be releasing it in winter 2016.

 Small Souls formed in Portland, Oregon in 2011 when Brian Rozendal teamed up with Bryan Daste (Emma Hill, Scotland Barr & the Slow Drags) to transform a few folk songs into expansive, haunting, lyrical soundscapes. The result was their digital EP, You Can Feel the Devil’s Heart, released in February 2012. Later that year, the duo ran a successful Kickstarter campaign and recorded their first full-length studio album, self-titled Small Souls, which they released in January 2013 to critical acclaim. After four west coast tours and a recent tour of Alaska, Small Souls is now preparing for a split 7" single release and forthcoming album.


 Harm is an Alaskan ensemble that defies the bounds of typical genre standards. Blending psych-folk and hip-hop with classical themes the experimental chamber group defies any notion of musical normativity. Focused on texture and lyrical activism, Harm utilizes upright bass, cello, harmonium, banjo, clarinet, guitar, beat boxing and vocal layering to explore themes of violence, gender and sexuality. Whether the music compels you to dance or intently listen it leaves you with a feeling that is hard to describe, and not easily dismissed. 

Earlier Event: January 1
CLOSED for New Year's Day
Later Event: January 3
Comedy Open Mic • FREE