Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Portland

Yes, the Super Bowl is this Sunday at 6:30 pm ET, and this year, the showdown between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos is going to be epic. Whether you’re in it for the football, the food, the halftime show, or the commercials, you can make this year’s American tradition memorable by watching it with others. Wondering where the best watch parties are in Portland? We have you covered.

 

The Goodfoot Lounge | SE 29th & Stark | (503) 239-9292

If a 14 inch HD projection screen and happy hour specials don’t entice you, we don’t know what will. Featuring exceptional food and a wide variety of drinks, this is the place to be.

 

Kelly’s Olympian | 426 SW Washington St | (503) 228-3669

If you have yet to experience one of Portland’s oldest bars, then now is your chance. There will be food and drink specials you can enjoy all while tuning into the game on any one of their 3 large screens.

 

EastBurn  | East Burnside & 18th | (503) 236-2876

If you need a spot to gather with friends for the Super Bowl, then look no further! With large screens located in the main room and on the patio, come over to enjoy their special Super Bowl menu and drink special. Did we mention they’ll also be giving special prizes away?

Upcoming Weekend Events Near Your Portland Apartment

If you’re tired of the same old routine or wanting to get outside of your comfort zone this weekend, we have some events we think you’re going to love. What better way to ring in the new year by experiencing the best of Portland arts and culture?

 

Dueling Pianos Show

January 29, 2016

9:00 pm

Head out to Barrel Room located at 105 NW 3rd Avenue for a night you won’t soon forget. This 21 and up show will feature some of the best players in the business. The Barrel Room boasts having one of the longest running dueling piano shows in Portland with show highlights such as sing-a-longs, comedy, and Vegas-style themes.

 

2016 Fertile Ground Festival

January 21 – 31, 2016

The Fertile Ground City-Wide Festival is back for its eighth year of showcasing playwrights, actors, dancers, and various creative projects for all to enjoy. For a full list of venues, showtimes, and tickets, go here.

 

What’s Happening in Your Neighborhood

MLK Day of Service in Portland

For some, Martin Luther King, Jr. day is a day off, a chance to sleep in, or an opportunity to catch up on your latest show. Why not change it up this year and do something that will truly honor the civil rights leader? MLK is a Day of Service and through the Human Rights Campaign, you can help out the Q Center and New Avenues for Youth to contribute to service projects that benefit homeless and at-risk youth in the community. There are several ways you can help:

 

Donate
By January 17, you can donate much-needed items like toiletries, sleeping bags, backpacks, flashlights, and clothing. For a full list of items, including drop-off locations and hours, click here.

 

Volunteer
On January 18, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, you can volunteer to help assemble donated items into care packages. This event will be held at New Avenues for Youth located at 1220 SW Columbia Street.

 

Sushi Hotspots Near Your Apartment

We get it. You like your sushi. Living in Portland, there’s no shortage of sushi restaurants either. So, when you’re ready to get your sushi on, check out one of these amazing places Portland has to offer.

 

Bamboo Sushi

Bamboo Sushi prides itself on serving some of the freshest sushi around in a sleek atmosphere. Did we mention they have a wide variety of saki?

 

Masu Sushi

This locally-owned and family-operated sushi hotspot is located on the second floor of one of Portland’s contemporary downtown buildings.

 

Yoko’s Japanese Restaurant

If you’re looking for an award-winning sushi restaurant in a warm and friendly atmosphere, then Yoko’s is for you! Serving up creative rolls and an extensive variety of sake, this is one place you have to try!