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July 4th Dinner and Fireworks at Altabira City Tavern

Reservations Now Open for First Annual Event, Including 4-course American BBQ Dinner, Cocktails and Stunning Views of Fireworks from the Eastlund Hotel’s Rooftop Patio Altabira City Tavern has Portland’s best rooftop for this summer’s star-spangled 4th of July fireworks display. Reservations are now open for its Fireworks and BBQ Dinner event on July 4, 2016,…

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One of 16: coolest new businesses in PDX

We love it when people say we’re cool. We love it even more when they say we’re one of the 16 coolest businesses in Portland. Which is what Business Insider just said about us. With 16 craft beers on tap, we’d be the first to say that is definitely cool. Of course there’s more to…

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Look Inside Altabira, Chef David Machado’s Beery Lloyd District Restaurant, Now Officially Open

pdxEater by Chad Walsh Jun 15, 2015 The beer-centric rooftop restaurant features 16 all-Oregon-brewed beer taps and a 103-seat patio with sweeping views of downtown and the West Hills. Altabira, the new beer-forward restaurant perched atop the Lloyd District’s newly christened Hotel Eastlund (née, the old Red Lion Hotel) officially opens for business today. Today’s…

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Hotel Eastlund opens in Lloyd District

Photos: Hotel Eastlund opens in Lloyd District By: Sam Tenney June 12, 2015 DCJ Oregon A grand opening was held this week for Hotel Eastlund, a newly-remodeled Lloyd District boutique hotel. The former Red Lion on Northeast Grand Avenue was purchased in 2013 by Seattle-based Grand Ventures Hotel LLC, a group of partners also responsible…

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East side energy: Altabira, Citizen Baker and Hotel Eastlund

Hotel Eastlund brings new energy to east side Opening in June, the Hotel Eastlund in the Lloyd District will offer boutique accommodations within blocks of the Oregon Convention Center and the Moda Center on Portland’s east side. Nearly one year and $10 million in renovations has transformed a ‘60s-era structure into a plush, modern establishment…