Bay side bowl
Bayside Bowl is one of Portland’s most unique establishments with bowling, great food, and tasty drinks.
Their roof is a must in the warmer months. Complete with city views, a taco truck and a bar. The unique atmosphere makes it a great place for happy hour or bringing your friends from out of town.
And speaking of happy hour, at the Bayside Bowl you can treat yourself to $5 frozen drinks and $5 fries with salsa and guacamole on the roof.
As if all that wasn’t enough, you can even enjoy a movie on certain nights throughout the summer. Yes! cocktails, tacos and a great movie overlooking the beautiful Portland city skyline!
Rooftop Film Series
Movie Night at Bayside returns May 17 with millennial favorite mean girls (yeah, it’s a Tuesday but you should still wear pink. That would be so cool) and ends September 6th with Moonrise Kingdom.
There’s a movie for everyone with a fantastic mix of favourites, classics and even new releases; Happy Gilmore, Point Break 10 Things I Hate About You, Black Dynamite, The Song Stays The Same, Role Models, and Spiderman: No Coming Home.
The films start at sunset and they are screened free! So grab your best friends, a beer and a taco and enjoy your favorite movie from the rooftop of one of Portland’s most popular spots.
Check out the full schedule on the Bayside Bowl website here.
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I found two condominiums. One in Portland. One in St. Louis. Both in their respective cities. Similar area. The main difference, of course, is the ever-important location, location, location. And, even with a similar square footage, Portland has a bathroom in St. Louis. Still, the price difference is huge. Portland comes in at a whopping $1,105,000. Saint Louis? An easily digestible $110,000. It’s not a typo.
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