• Inquirers Happy Hour in West Linn

    J. Willys Public House and Eatery

    Saturday in the 'Burbs: now you can relax and catch up with freethinking friends at a favorite spot near your neighborhood, but without that annoying weekday commute. =-) J. Willy's: located at the far end of the charming historic preservation district, a ways from the main arteries, makes this a nice local surprise! The dining room has a large center table apart from the noise and bustle of the bar. Check out the venue, menu and directions: http://jwillyspub.com As with other venues we've tried near here, weekend options for bus service elude us; however, your event host will offer a ride from the Oregon City Transit Center for members who want to take a bus to that point. Parking: free on the streets on Saturdays and in the lot adjacent to the pubhouse front entry; usually available in front of the church across the sidestreet from the restaurant entry. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland (HGP) Meetup. We look forward to seeing you -- arrive when you can!

  • Inquirers Casual Wine, Dine, Music in Inner PDX

    Woodstock Wine and Deli

    It's Happy Hour without the crazy traffic! PDX's own Paul Barkett on acoustic guitar, with his brother Pete on piano, perform original songs and audience favorites every month at this popular neighborhood bistro. Meet up with secular friends to enjoy a cheese & crostini plate and house wine; or, choose a locally crafted pint and dig into the deli menu for gigantic sandwiches, salads, chili, soups -- all housemade! How about a slice of cake for dessert? =-) Check out the menu HERE: https://woodstockwineanddeli.weebly.com/menu.html Woodstock Wine & Deli has its own parking lot; TriMet bus routes #19 and #75 stop a block away. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland Meetup (HGP). Arrive when you can -- we look forward to seeing you!

  • Inquirers Happy Hour in West Linn

    J. Willys Public House and Eatery

    Saturday in the 'Burbs: now you can relax and catch up with freethinking friends at a favorite spot near your neighborhood, but without that annoying weekday commute. =-) J. Willy's: located at the far end of the charming historic preservation district, a ways from the main arteries, makes this a nice local surprise! The dining room has a large center table apart from the noise and bustle of the bar. Check out the venue, menu and directions: http://jwillyspub.com As with other venues we've tried near here, weekend options for bus service elude us; however, your event host will offer a ride from the Oregon City Transit Center for members who want to take a bus to that point. Parking: free on the streets on Saturdays and in the lot adjacent to the pubhouse front entry; usually available in front of the church across the sidestreet from the restaurant entry. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland (HGP) Meetup. We look forward to seeing you -- arrive when you can!

  • Inquirers Casual Wine, Dine, Music in Inner PDX

    Woodstock Wine and Deli

    It's Happy Hour without the crazy traffic! PDX's own Paul Barkett on acoustic guitar, with his brother Pete on piano, perform original songs and audience favorites every month at this popular neighborhood bistro. Meet up with secular friends to enjoy a cheese & crostini plate and house wine; or, choose a locally crafted pint and dig into the deli menu for gigantic sandwiches, salads, chili, soups -- all housemade! How about a slice of cake for dessert? =-) Check out the menu HERE: https://woodstockwineanddeli.weebly.com/menu.html Woodstock Wine & Deli has its own parking lot; TriMet bus routes #19 and #75 stop a block away. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland Meetup (HGP). Arrive when you can -- we look forward to seeing you!

  • Inquirers Happy Hour in West Linn

    J. Willys Public House and Eatery

    Saturday in the 'Burbs: now you can relax and catch up with freethinking friends at a favorite spot near your neighborhood, but without that annoying weekday commute. =-) J. Willy's: located at the far end of the charming historic preservation district, a ways from the main arteries, makes this a nice local surprise! The dining room has a large center table apart from the noise and bustle of the bar. Check out the venue, menu and directions: http://jwillyspub.com As with other venues we've tried near here, weekend options for bus service elude us; however, your event host will offer a ride from the Oregon City Transit Center for members who want to take a bus to that point. Parking: free on the streets on Saturdays and in the lot adjacent to the pubhouse front entry; usually available in front of the church across the sidestreet from the restaurant entry. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland (HGP) Meetup. We look forward to seeing you -- arrive when you can!

  • Inquirers Casual Wine, Dine, Music in Inner PDX

    Woodstock Wine and Deli

    It's Happy Hour without the crazy traffic! PDX's own Paul Barkett on acoustic guitar, with his brother Pete on piano, perform original songs and audience favorites every month at this popular neighborhood bistro. Meet up with secular friends to enjoy a cheese & crostini plate and house wine; or, choose a locally crafted pint and dig into the deli menu for gigantic sandwiches, salads, chili, soups -- all housemade! How about a slice of cake for dessert? =-) Check out the menu HERE: https://woodstockwineanddeli.weebly.com/menu.html Woodstock Wine & Deli has its own parking lot; TriMet bus routes #19 and #75 stop a block away. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland Meetup (HGP). Arrive when you can -- we look forward to seeing you!

  • Inquirers Happy Hour in West Linn

    J. Willys Public House and Eatery

    Saturday in the 'Burbs: now you can relax and catch up with freethinking friends at a favorite spot near your neighborhood, but without that annoying weekday commute. =-) J. Willy's: located at the far end of the charming historic preservation district, a ways from the main arteries, makes this a nice local surprise! The dining room has a large center table apart from the noise and bustle of the bar. Check out the venue, menu and directions: http://jwillyspub.com As with other venues we've tried near here, weekend options for bus service elude us; however, your event host will offer a ride from the Oregon City Transit Center for members who want to take a bus to that point. Parking: free on the streets on Saturdays and in the lot adjacent to the pubhouse front entry; usually available in front of the church across the sidestreet from the restaurant entry. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland (HGP) Meetup. We look forward to seeing you -- arrive when you can!

  • Inquirers Casual Wine, Dine, Music in Inner PDX

    Woodstock Wine and Deli

    It's Happy Hour without the crazy traffic! PDX's own Paul Barkett on acoustic guitar, with his brother Pete on piano, perform original songs and audience favorites every month at this popular neighborhood bistro. Meet up with secular friends to enjoy a cheese & crostini plate and house wine; or, choose a locally crafted pint and dig into the deli menu for gigantic sandwiches, salads, chili, soups -- all housemade! How about a slice of cake for dessert? =-) Check out the menu HERE: https://woodstockwineanddeli.weebly.com/menu.html Woodstock Wine & Deli has its own parking lot; TriMet bus routes #19 and #75 stop a block away. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland Meetup (HGP). Arrive when you can -- we look forward to seeing you!

  • Inquirers Happy Hour in West Linn

    J. Willys Public House and Eatery

    Saturday in the 'Burbs: now you can relax and catch up with freethinking friends at a favorite spot near your neighborhood, but without that annoying weekday commute. =-) J. Willy's: located at the far end of the charming historic preservation district, a ways from the main arteries, makes this a nice local surprise! The dining room has a large center table apart from the noise and bustle of the bar. Check out the venue, menu and directions: http://jwillyspub.com As with other venues we've tried near here, weekend options for bus service elude us; however, your event host will offer a ride from the Oregon City Transit Center for members who want to take a bus to that point. Parking: free on the streets on Saturdays and in the lot adjacent to the pubhouse front entry; usually available in front of the church across the sidestreet from the restaurant entry. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland (HGP) Meetup. We look forward to seeing you -- arrive when you can!

  • Inquirers Casual Wine, Dine, Music in Inner PDX

    Woodstock Wine and Deli

    It's Happy Hour without the crazy traffic! PDX's own Paul Barkett on acoustic guitar, with his brother Pete on piano, perform original songs and audience favorites every month at this popular neighborhood bistro. Meet up with secular friends to enjoy a cheese & crostini plate and house wine; or, choose a locally crafted pint and dig into the deli menu for gigantic sandwiches, salads, chili, soups -- all housemade! How about a slice of cake for dessert? =-) Check out the menu HERE: https://woodstockwineanddeli.weebly.com/menu.html Woodstock Wine & Deli has its own parking lot; TriMet bus routes #19 and #75 stop a block away. This is a joint activity with Humanists of Greater Portland Meetup (HGP). Arrive when you can -- we look forward to seeing you!