Attractive ice cream desserts and rich coffee are served while live classical music is performed in what was once the living room of an old, ... More
Attractive ice cream desserts and rich coffee are served while live classical music is performed in what was once the living room of an old, reportedly haunted Portland residence. This eclectic haunt is a spooky alternative to visiting a bar, club or movie. Sit at one of the tables or lounge on a couch. If the love of classical music inspires you, visit this dimly lit environment to appreciate the sounds of string instruments. Because it is easy to miss, find this coffeehouse by the address, not the signage.
Absolutely, fabulous place. Great desserts great atmosphere! Bring your sense of humor and sit back and enjoy. When busy it can b a bit of a wait for a table and sometimes the service is a little uneven, but the total experience more than makes up for it. The best thing is to take someone who has never been before- hilarious!
Great old house, fantastic Chocolate Raspberry Fools and Cafe Borgia (they use their own home-made fresh orange zest flavoring for the coffees), and the occasionally eccentric and opinionated waitstaff might strike up a chat if it's not too busy (some may even sketch diagrams of the desserts -- or their own cats -- on the back of the menu for you). Occasionally the service is a little scatterbrained, but the place is so cozy and there's so much to enjoy (like live classical music most nights and the current 26-piece alphabetical art exhibit), that a little wait is far more pleasure than trial, and the results are worth waiting for. If berries + chocolate+ cream was an acceptable food group, I'd be there *every* night instead of every other...
I really love going to the Rimsky-Korsakoffee House. I travel more than 100 miles to get there. Besides the way cool atmoshere and spinning tables, the drinks and desserts are beyond compare. Definately a delight to my senses!
Dr. John McLoughlin is affectionately known as the "Father of Oregon." His house remains almost as it was when the
good doctor built it in 1845. Some of the original furniture and furnishings are still there, so it is ...
Built in 1849, Barclay House was owned by Dr. Forbes Barclay, his wife and their seven children while the doctor
practiced medicine for 23 years in Oregon City and became a pillar of the community. Originally located next to ...
This GuestHouse Inn and Suites is conveniently located off Interstate 5 and Interstate 205 in Wilsonville, Oregon. We offer a
heated Indoor Swimming Pool and Jacuzzi, an enhanced Continental Breakfast served daily, Free High Speed Internet Access, Business Center ...
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