January 3, 2019

2019 New Years Day Hike!

This year was Skyline’s FOURTH annual New Years Day Hike and man! It was awesome. Twenty-two ambitious hikers of all abilities met at 11am at the Tavern, then shuttled to the Thurman Street trailhead and collectively began an epic forest march into 2019. There was a dense layer of fog over the city which dispersed a little with each foot gained in elevation, giving the park a mystical vibe and providing a kick-ass metaphor for the start of a new year. The sun was shining on the tavern when we returned, and each hiker was rewarded with

Events

December 20, 2018

Holiday Hours 2018

CLOSED AT 5PM Christmas Eve, CLOSED ON CHRISTMAS! Hope you have a joyous with your loved ones.

News

November 14, 2018

Music This Week 11/14-11/17

Dumpster Joe

On Wednesday Nov. 14 we welcome a very special guest, the great Dumpster Joe! Joe’s bringing his “old-time jugband music” to the Tavern, which features his res-o-phonic guitar and “singing voice that hearkens back to hard-time days gone by.” A friend and west coast legend, we are always excited when Dumpster Joe shows up.

Terry Robb

Friday the legendary fingerpicking acoustic blues legend Terry Robb will make a special appearance as part of his Cool on the Bloom Tour. Robb’s prolific career spans four decades; he has shared the stage with B.B. King, Bo Diddley,

Events, Live Music

If you have never enjoyed music in our cute lil’ old-timey place, you are missing something special. Bands from near and far climb Tualatin Mountain to share their talent with us. So close to Portland but it feels so far; coming up here is like going to the coast without leaving your backyard. Let our country vibes shake loose the spreadsheets & stresses of city life.
Normally, we host music on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights starting at 7pm but THIS week (and sometimes others) we are adding a

Thursday

soirée with LITTLE BROTHERS, who

Events, Live Music
Wonderwoman has her lasso, Spidey has his keen senses and the Skyline has its own not-so-secret weapon; the great Margot Leonard. One of Portland’s original food pioneers, Margot opened her legendary restaurant “Bima” during the late 90s in the Pearl District, when it was still a scrappy neighborhood. With high ceilings and a rustic, industrial design often emulated today, Bima was the go-to place to drink fantastic wine paired with masterfully crafted, locally-sourced dishes. Margot first discovered her interest in culinary arts while helping her bon vivant parents entertain at a young age, and developed her high level skills

Ensemble, Garden