11 Spots to Celebrate National Drink Beer Day in Lake Oswego

In a National Drink Beer Day survey the largest majority of respondents (36%) claimed that beer is their favorite beverage when meeting friends at a bar. Which may explain the new additions to Lake Oswego’s beer joints since my roundup last year.

To help you celebrate this year’s holiday on Saturday, September 28, I’ve updated my recommendations.

Roots Public House. This pub lets you drink something good while doing something good. All profits support local charities promoting education, literacy, the arts and fighting hunger.  It’s a family-friendly operation located inside Palisades Market and offering something for everyone on tap. At press time there were 14 beers, 1 hard seltzer, 2 ciders, 2 wines, 3 kombuchas, 1 root beer and a Nitro coffee on its way. Open 2:30 p.m. daily. 1377 McVey Avenue, 503.957.2701.

Duke’s Public House. This casual sports bar is designed to give everyone in the family a place to hang out. Consider these offerings: bar games like corn hole and Jenga, seven flat screen TVs, heated covered outdoor patio with fire pit, 15 taps with locally crafted beer as well as specialty cocktails and Pacific Northwest wine. Bar food runs the gamut from rib eye philly cheese steak to barley salad with smoked corn, apple, carrot, raisins, scallions and honey lime dressing. Call for hours. 506 A Avenue, 503.387.5771.

FlyBoy Taproom. Enjoy your beer here or take it to go. FlyBoy fills growlers and also sells kegs. If you want to stick around, hope you’re good at decision-making. They have a rotating selection of craft beer (including a few of FlyBoy’s own) and hard ciders on tap as well as a couple kombuchas and wine. Pub snacks are offered as well as an oven where you can bake the pizza you buy next door at Papa Murphy’s. Outside food is welcome so don’t stop there—bring your own if you make a killer guac! Happy Hours are 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. Hours: Monday11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Tuesday-Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Sunday, 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 15630 Boones Ferry Road, Suite 1A, 503.908.1281.

Hop N Cork. This neighborhood spot on Lower Boones Ferry just celebrated its four year anniversary. Since opening they’ve added patio seating and added a menu that includes appetizers, soups and salads, sandwiches and some fork and knife offerings. Beer is the star here with 42 rotating taps along with  ciders, wines, and a non-alcoholic draft root beer, in addition to a selection of bottled beer and wine. They like to think that “Every hour is happy hour at Hop N Cork” so stop by during regular operating hours: Monday-Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday-Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.; Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 17450 Lower Boones Ferry Road, 503.305.5903.

Stickmen Brewing Company. If you want your beer with a view, this is your place with outdoor seating on the deck overlooking Lakewood Bay (weather permitting). The 21 Stickmen craft beers on tap are grouped into different categories: Year-round (including the Buona Mattina-Coffee Porter made with cold pressed Illy® coffee), Seasonal, Occasional, and Experimental such as the The Bee’s Knees, a Pilsner malt with fresh Hallertauer hops from Goschie farms and Oregon wild blackberry honey.

You’ll also find beer, wine, and a full bar as well as a full menu ranging from small and big plates to brunch offerings on weekends. Happy Hours are 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays with beer, wine, and liquor discounts. Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Friday 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.; Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.; Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 40 N. State Street, 503.344.4449.

Uptown Market. Whether you’re a beer aficionado or casual drinker, you’ll find something to suit your preferred flavor profile. Of their 30 taps, six usually feature Uptown Brewing creations with the rest dedicated to craft beer, ciders, kombucha and root beer. Discover something you really like, they’ll fill a growler for you. Throughout the week there’s a lot going on to give you an excuse to stop by from Corkage Free Tuesdays and Wednesday Ladies Night offering women $1 off pints and glasses of wine all day long to Thursday night tastings from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with guest brewers sampling three to four of their drafts. Hours: Monday-Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.; Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 3970 Mercantile Drive, 503.479.8536.

JJ’s Pub. Neighborhood sports bar that features Bellagio’s Pizza as well as a rotating choice of eight craft beers and Coors Light on tap as well as one cider. One recent Yelp reviewer said, “The pizza is awesome and the beer is cold,”—what more can you ask for? Hours: 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 midnight or earlier if things are slow. 1399 McVey Avenue, 971.204.7999. https://www.facebook.com/LakeOswegoJJsPub/

Gemini Bar and Grill. This place is an icon in Lake Oswego where many a returning college student who has finally reached legal age has reunited with friends on a Thanksgiving weekend. But you’ll find entertainment here any day of the week from Texas Holdem Poker every Sunday and Tuesday and Trivia Thursdays as well as live music on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. You’ll find drink specials every day of the week including Happy Hour from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and all-day Wednesday. Hours: Sunday through Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight. 465 N. State Street, 503.636.9445.

Firehouse Pub. Just around the corner on A avenue you’ll find a classic pub that has celebrated Bloody Mary Saturday and National Whiskey Sour Day so chances are you’ll find something special brewing on National Beer Drinking Day. They feature ten beers on tap and have daily specials including Bud Light Saturday and Coors Light Sundays. Five tv’s make sure you don’t miss a thing while enjoying yourself. Happy Hour from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. everyday. Hours 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. 23 A Avenue, 503.697.3903.

Dullahan Irish Restaurant and Pub. If you like your beer with a side of entertainment, check out Dullahan’s music calendar that includes Open Mic Wednesday nights and Irish jam on Thursdays. You’ll find Irish beers included in their taps as well as domestic and imports which rotate monthly. True to their namesake, their menu features traditional Irish dishes like Corned Beef and Cabbage and Bangers and Mash as well as usual pub fare like burgers and appetizers. Other specials include “Wine About Monday” offering half off all wine bottles and Happy Hour food and drink discounts from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Hours: Opens 11:00 a.m. seven days a week. 352 B Avenue, 503.305.8087.

Westlake Public House. Here’s another neighborhood spot making it easy for Westlake residents to stroll down and meet their neighbors for a beer. Food choices include a Beer Swiss Cheese fondue with pretzels as well as their signature Reuben sandwich and miso brined jumbo chicken wings. Hours: Closed Monday; Tuesday 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Wednesday-Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Friday 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Saturday 11:30 a.m. to. 9:30 p.m. and Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Happy Hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. to closing as well as all day Sunday. 14559 Westlake Drive, 971.708.6164.

I’d be more than happy to buy you a beer while we discuss your plans to move to, around or out of Lake Oswego. I’ve been a Realtor in Lake Oswego for over 30 years and would love to put my experience to work for you. Give me a call at 503.939.9801 and/or check out my website

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7 Tips for Enjoying Lake Oswego’s Wine Walk October 5

Lake Oswego’s annual Wine Walk is so popular that it frequently sells out.

That tells you two things:

  • it must be a good time
  • if you plan on going, you need to plan ahead.

So I’ve put together a game plan to ensure that you get the most enjoyment out of this year’s event.

  1. Buy your tickets early. Last year this event has sold out and there is no guarantee for day-of tickets. There are 500 available and at the beginning of September, 200 had already been sold. So follow this link and make sure you’re in for this year’s popular event. Tickets are $40/person and can also be purchased at the Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce, 459 Third Street, 503.636.3634.  And by signing up early, you’ll be sure to receive email confirmation once the wine list has been curated so you can start strategizing your game day timeline.
  2. Get your friends to join you. This is a fun, social event, and the perfect excuse to meet up with friends. Things wrap up at 5:00 making it easy to finish the evening off with dinner at one of downtown Lake Oswego’s restaurants. If that sounds like a good idea, best to make reservations now as those spots on weekend nights fill up too.
  3. Check in early. Check-in starts at 12:00 noon the day of the event at the Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce, 459 Third Street. When the event kicks off at 2:00 you want to be stationed at your first stop. And in case you haven’t had time to identify what wines you want to taste where, this will give you the extra time you need. Put your favorites at the top of your list just in case supplies run out towards the end of the afternoon.
  4. Check the weather and dress appropriately. Past events have run the gamut from sunny and warm to wet and windy so be sure you’re prepared for whatever Mother Nature has in store. And bring a tote bag to hold any purchases you may pick up along the way.
  5. Make sure to factor in some water stops along the way since as good as wine is, it does dehydrate you. You’ll thank yourself the next day for making sure you’re sipping water as well as wine on your walk.
  6. Be adventurous. This is the perfect excuse to try new things—from wines you may have never tasted to stores you have never visited. There will be 30 pouring locations, each featuring two different wines as well as a range of food items. The menu is selected by the host and last year the choices ran from Chick-fil-A to gourmet catering. This year a few restaurants are host sites including Chuckie Pies and Five Spice so things are looking promising!
  7. Take pictures. What better way to commemorate the event and also to remember the wines you really liked! That way next time you’re at the store, you can just open up your photo library and know what you want to purchase.

Events such as Lake Oswego’s Wine Walk are just one reason to move to Lake Oswego. Subscribe to my blog to discover more. And once you decide to move here, or even if you just want to check Lake Oswego out as a place to live, give me a call at 503.939.9801 or email me so I can give you the grand tour! I’ve lived here over 30 years and have been a Realtor in Lake Oswego for just as long so would love to put my experience to work for you.


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Fall Bucket List for Enjoying the Season in and Around Lake Oswego

Summer was always hard to let go of in our family but it helps when you have something to look forward to. So how about making up a Fall Bucket List to enjoy what Lake Oswego and the Portland metro region has to offer during this beautiful time of year?! Sunbathing gives way to leaf kicking and beach reads trade places with books to snuggle up with by a fire.

Here are a few suggestions to get you started:

  1. Set out in search of everything pumpkin-spiced. The flavor of pumpkin in all our favorite treats from cookies to coffee soften the blow of missing fresh marionberries and peaches. I devoted an entire blog post to the subject a few years ago and included finds like pumpkin chocolate chip cookies at Zupan’s, pumpkin croissants at La Provence, and pumpkin macaroons at St. Honore. I’m sure Salt and Straw will be featuring our favorite squash in at least one of its seasonal flavors.
  2. Take a hike. Warm summer breezes segue into crisp autumn air and what better way to take it all in than on a hike organized by Lake Oswego hikers. You can combine your step-calculating with fall color watching by signing up for the October 8 hike along the Clackamas River Train #723. This 7.8 mile trek will give you the opportunity to see dazzling fall colors and a possible steelhead migration. Check out the full schedule here.
  3. Explore the Hood River Fruit Loop. The official Fruit Loop map lists 29 stops along the 35 miles of orchards, wineries, breweries, farmlands and small communities. From picking apples at Draper Girls Country Farm to pumpkin milkshakes at Apple Valley Country Store to cider tasting at Fox Tail Cider and Distillery, there are lots of reasons to pull over and savor the season.
  4. Catch an Oktoberfest. Put some oom-pah in your step by attending one of the many Oktoberfests hosted in and around Portland:

September 12-15: Mount Angel

September 20-21: Occidental Brewing Company

September 20-21: Oaks Park

September 21: Eastmoreland-Woodstock and McMenamins Kennedy School

September 28: Widmer

  1. Seek out fall colors. I covered where to catch fall colors in and around Lake Oswego in a previous blog but some of the highlights include:

Portland Japanese Garden, 611 SE Kingston Avenue. While beautiful year-round, autumn is really this garden’s moment to shine resplendent with Japanese maples in blazing fall colors.

Lone Fir Cemetery, 2115 SE Morrison Street. You’ll find plenty of sugar maples, big-leaf maples, beech, chestnut and paths for wondering.

Hoyt Arboretum, 4000 SW Fairview Boulevard. Twelve miles of trails will take you by maples, beeches, oaks and magnolias all showing off their autumn display.

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Celebrate National Read A Book Day With One of These Recommendations

Friday, September 6, is National Read a Book Day, coming on the heels of beach reads season. My wife and I managed to tally up some pages this summer and I wanted to share a few of our recommendations in case you’re looking for a way to celebrate the book event.

One Last Thing Before I Go by Jonathan Tropper. If I tell you that this is the story of a man diagnosed with a life-threatening heart condition who tries to decide whether his life is worth living, you might be surprised to learn that I found it quite funny. That’s because that’s what Tropper does–takes difficult situations faced by likable but fallible characters and infuses them with humor to soften the blow and make the medicine go down easily. Full disclosure–my wife and I are full-fledged Tropper fans having read This Is Where I Leave You, The Book of Joe and Plan B. He never disappoints.

Searching for Sylvie Lee by Jean Kwok. This psychological thriller keeps you guessing to the end. Sylvie, the got-it-together older daughter of the Lee family flies to the Nederlands to say goodbye to her dying grandmother and then vanishes. Her younger sister tries retracing her steps to discover what happened to her and what she learns is that one of the many things her sister was really good at was keeping secrets. If you like a page-turner, I’d recommend.

The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves. If you like quirky characters like Eleanor Oliphant or A Man Called Ove, you’ll love Aanika Rose, a socially awkward but true-to-herself English major who meets and falls in love with Jonathan Hoffman. Their ability to fall in love is so refreshing in light of many of the superficial relationships we see on social media and in celebrityville. Of course every novel has to have conflict, so the relationship does not go smoothly but they are given a second chance to make it work. See if they do or not.

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. This book shows up on most best-loved novels of all times so I decided to give it a try this summer. At 1,146 pages, I wouldn’t exactly call it a beach read but I’m working my way through it—shooting for 50 pages a day. I have to admit the first 30 pages did not grab me but midway through I’m beginning to see what all the hoopla is about. This book is a commitment that I think I will feel much accomplished once I’ve finished and also much wiser.

Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. This book had bookstagrammers googling this make-believe band because the story was so convincing. Told through an oral history format, it traces the rise and breakup of an iconic 1970s rock band and their sultry lead singer, Daisy Jones. Filled with backstage drama, sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll, and imperfect characters that you become heavily invested in.

The Dry by Jane Harper. My son recommended this one and I agree—it’s worth the read. Federal Agent Aaron Falk returns to his hometown to attend the funeral of his friend Luke who served as Falk’s alibi twenty years ago when he was accused of murder. Now Falk questions what really happened to Luke and sets out to investigate, uncovering long-buried secrets. The scorching hot weather during a two year drought provides the perfect backdrop for tempers to flare and suspicions to arise.

Waiting at Hayden’s by Riley Costello. Some books are worth a re-read and my daughter’s book is one of them. This is a love story that follows one couple who meet and fall in love before they are ready to settle down and a woman who is ready to settle down but hasn’t met the love of her life. There are twists, comic relief, insight into today’s dating world and links to watch scenes unfold and to shop the characters’ clothes. I’d loan you my copy but the pages are worn so I advise you to buy your own copy and support a local author!

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Back to School—It’s not just for kids anymore if you live in Lake Oswego

Who says kids get to have all the fun of learning new things? Thankfully the City of Lake Oswego has a Living Well initiative aimed at creating programming to enhance six dimensions of wellness: Physical, Intellectual, Spiritual, Environmental, Social and Emotional.

Take a look at some of the new things you could be learning this fall both through the Parks and Recreation Department as well as some other Lake Oswego resources:

CABARET JAZZ. This is a new class being offered by the Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Department and is open to all dance levels. Explore jazz and choreography with a Broadway twist and dare yourself to be the star (even if only to yourself in the mirror) that you always dreamed of being! Offered Mondays from 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. starting September 16 and again October 28. Cost is $56 for residents; $70 for non-residents. Christ Church Parish, 1060 Chandler Road.

PERENNIALS FOR YEAR-ROUND FLOWER POWER. Think your only choice for winter garden color is ornamental cabbage? Think again with inspiration provided in this class that takes a look at how to keep gardens interesting no matter the season! Saturday, October 5 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Luscher Farm. $25/general public. 125 Rosemont Road. 503.534.5284.

WILDERNESS SKILLS WORKSHOPS. Ready to move on from merely “watching” survivor shows to becoming one?! The Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a series of Wilderness Skills Workshops that include: Knife and Tool Skills, Shelter, Navigation and Orienteering, Fire Safety. Sessions are offered on consecutive Sundays from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. beginning November 3 at Mary S. Young Park. 19900. $49/Residents; $62 Non-Residents. 19900 Willamette Drive.  Contact Coyle Outside: 503.760.0774.

PICKLEBALL CLINIC AND PLAY. I wrote earlier about the increasing popularity of pickleball, not just here in Lake Oswego but across the. Nation. Here’s your chance to get in the game with a four week learn-and-play series aimed at beginner and novice players. You’ll learn the basics and rules from an experienced player before hitting the courts with your peers. Equipment provided. Offered on four consecutive Sundays from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. starting September 8. $48/Resident; $72/Non-Resident. George Rogers Park, 611 S. State Street.

FINDING YOUR ANCESTRAL GOLD. Done the 23andme but want to know more about your family tree? Learn the steps to tracing your ancestral history from a genealogist and author of Digging for Ancestral Gold: The Fun and Easy Way to Get Started on Your Genealogy Quest. Offered by the Lakewood Center for the Arts on Saturday, September 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. $40/person. 368 S. State Street.

FALL BULBS: SELECTION, PLANTING & CARE TIPS. Love all those spring blooms from daffodils to tulips? Now is the time to plant so you can enjoy later and Dennis’ 7 Dees is here to help. Register for a free class at the Lake Oswego Garden Center on September 21 beginning at 1:00 p.m. Pre-registration required. 1090 McVey Avenue

DIY. Take your pick from a long list of culinary and creative classes offered at On a Whim Studios. Just gather five of you together and sign up for a two hour session ranging from Gluten Free Appetizers and One Pot Meals to Introduction to Quilting and Beginning Calligraphy. Fees range from $55 to $75/person. 467 3rd Street. 503.305.8493.

If you’d like to learn what your home is worth in today’s market, give me a call at 503.939.9801 and/or check out my website. I’d love to sit down with you and provide a free comparative market analysis to help you decide your next move. 

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Free family fun coming up at Lake Oswego’s Collector Car and Classic Boat Show

Lake Oswego is home to two major events that spotlight works of art. The first and largest is the Festival of the Arts. The second largest is the Oswego Heritage Council’s Collector Car and Classic Boat Show set for Sunday August 25.

Featuring cars and boats that harken back to an era that valued style, craftsmanship and detail over efficiency, speed and good mileage, this too is a festival of arts—works meant to be ogled at and appreciated.

Here are some details to help you enjoy the show.

  • There will only be two venues this year: Sundeleaf Plaza for the boats and George Rogers Park for the cars.
  • Returning this year is a Poker Run Car Tour to benefit the scholarships in the Dr. Quinton-Cox Memorial and the Oswego Heritage Council Museum. The tour will take participants to five historic locations beginning at Foothills Park at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 24. For a $5 donation, participants will receive two playing cards which they can then add to at $1 per card along the way. By the tour’s end, the players holding the three best poker hands will prize baskets.
  • Lions Club pancake breakfast will be kicking things off on Sunday, August 25 at 7:30 a.m. at George Rogers Park followed up with lunch beginning at 11:00 a.m.
  • Collector cars will start lining up in George Rogers Park on Sunday morning and be on display from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This year’s featured Marque is Pre-World War II Classics. Keep an eye out for the best representations of this era known for its workmanship and design.
  • Nearly 40 classic boats will be docked at Sundeleaf Plaza for close-up viewing offering examples of rare as well as wooden masterpieces. They all come with a story which owners are more than happy to share.
  • Free shuttles will be running to transport visitors to the two different locations.

Events like these are just one reason you want to move to or live in Lake Oswego. Let me show you some more. Check out my website or give me a call at 503.939.9801. I’ve been a Realtor in Lake Oswego for over 30 years and would love to put my experience to work for you.

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Dancing with the Lake Oswego Stars Raises Money for Charity

Local celebrities have been practicing their dance moves in order to raise money for charity during the second Lakewood Bandstand dance competition hosted by the Lakewood Center for the Arts on Saturday, August 24 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at 368 S. State Street. General admission tickets (at $150/person) are still available. 

The event is a combination of two iconic television shows that Americans have loved—American Bandstand and Dancing with the Stars. Step It Up Studios has stepped in to create and stage the event pairing professional dancers with amateurs and then letting the audience rate-the-dancers. When viewers cast their votes by raising their numbered bids (from 1-10) they are also agreeing to donate the dollar amount associated with that number (10=$1,000). Last year Step It Up Studios owner Kristy Higgins estimates the event netted over $100,000.

This year’s beneficiaries are Children’s Cancer Association, ALS, National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Lakewood Center.

Local celebrities include residents Kerrie Woolworth and Aideen M. Gaffney; Claire Sarnowski, Lakeridge High School student; John LaMotte, Lake Oswego City Council; Healther McPhearson and Rose Kilpatrick, Lake Oswego Businesswomen;  Kelly McGinness, Lake Oswego Country Club; Ken Studebaker, Lake Oswego Mayor.

Thanks to 10 lessons at Step It Up Studios as well as perhaps some natural talent and general chutzpah, the participants will be performing a wide variety of dances including the slow waltz, country two-step, foxtrot, mambo, East Coast swing, hustle, samba and the cha-cha.

The night kicks off with a garden party from 6:00 to 7:00 followed by the show from 7:00-9:00 and an after party until 10:00. In addition to the dancing there will be beverages, hors d’oeuvres, a raffle, silent and live auction for packages such as a week’s stay in a Tuscan villa or a Sky High Montana condo. Local businesses and wineries have contributed to the festivities including Riccardo’s, On a Whim Studios, Copper and Kings, Eastside Distilling, DePonte Cellars, Deuce Cellars, Potcake Cellars and more. Live music provided by Left Coast Jazz.

Can’t make it? You can still donate to the dancer of your choice by clicking here

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