Thursday, February 11, 2010

Vintage Roadside Tour Stop #1 - Laurelhurst Theatre

Kicking off our tour of vintage Portland is the Laurelhurst Theatre.

A stunning Art Deco movie theatre built in 1923 and restored in 2000, the independently owned Laurelhurst Theatre is home to some of Portland's finest neon and is one of the most popular places to see a movie and grab a pint and a slice of pizza on Portland's east side.

The Laurelhurst is known for its great selection of microbrews and the fact that you can bring your food and drink into the theatre to enjoy while watching your movie.

Two more things you need to know:

All movies are $3.00
March's movie theme is...Sci Fi!

If you can only visit one or two places around town while you're here for the conference, the Laurelhurst is a great place to experience a taste of vintage Portland with a twist.

Helpful Details

2735 East Burnside Street
(503) 232-5511

Mon-Thu 6pm-11:30pm
Fri 4pm-11:30pm
Weekends 1pm-11:30pm

How to Get There

Directions from the downtown Hilton courtesy of TriMet

1. Walk northeast from 921 SW 6th Ave to SW 6th & Yamhill (Stop ID 7807)
2. Board #19 Glisan to Gateway TC
3. Get off at NE Glisan & 28th
4. Walk 0.3 miles south to 2735 East Burnside Street

Travel time: 26 minutes (including 12 minutes walking)
Fares: Adult ($2.00), Youth/Student ($1.50) or Honored Citizen ($0.95)

Enjoy the show!

Remember Early Bird registration ends tomorrow - Friday, Feb. 12th!

Jeff & Kelly
Vintage Roadside

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