By Kathy Belge. Portland is said to have one of the largest concentrations of lesbians on the West Coast. So, where do the lesbians hang out and how can you find them? On Alberta, the women are more likely to have tattoos and bicycles than baby bottles and Subarus. If wine, martinis, and vegetarian finger foods are more your style, then step into Crush.
If you have an issue regarding city services, they can be contacted using information on this page. Lesbian bars in Portland Help Me self. I hope a bunch of lesbian ghosts are haunting the residents of whatever condo building stands on its hallowed ground. Some say on moonless nights you can still hear their boots clonk down the hallway, and catch a glimpse of tattered, spectral flannel through the trees There was an article a while back about the lack of "Lesbian Bars". A former owner of one was quoted as saying that running a lesbian bar in PDX is no longer viable because too many people complained about it being non-inclusive. People who didn't identify as lesbian complained.
PQ Monthly is published on the third Thursday of every month and updated daily online. From brunch to dance nights to fashion shows — this laid-back lounge offers something for everyone. Darcelle XV and her troupe of talented female impersonators have been entertaining diverse audiences for decades. This Northeast Portland bar is gay-owned but committed to bringing together everyone in its diverse neighborhood.
And yes, every day in this Queer Mecca is like an episode of Portlandia. The city does compensate with plenty of Queer-friendly bars frequented by hordes of lesbians. Whiskey being the drink of choice for Portland lesbians. Crush is a quaint neighborhood spot for a simple cocktail and some good eats.