Laurelhurst Theater

2735 E Burnside St,
(503) 232-5511
get there via trimet
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Laurelhurst neon by Andrew Morton
Photo by Andrew Morton
4 screens, 8 beer taps, popcorn and pizzicato pizza.

2nd runs and art films, as well as oldies but goodies

21 and over after 4:00 pm (minors must be accompanied by parent for shows before 4pm)

Admission $3.00

On a recent visit, a pint (a real 16oz, in spite of the plastic glass) was $3.75, and the beers on tap included:

  • Full Sail Amber
  • Bridgeport IPA
  • Widmer Hefeweizen
  • Rogue Dead Guy
  • Lucky Lab Organic Golden
  • Lucky Lab Stumptown Porter
  • Rogue Younger's Special Bitter
  • Bridgeport Surpris

When it opened in 1924 the Laurelhurst Theatre seated 650 people within a single auditorium. Today the Theater and Pub offers fresh pizza and a microbrew, four screens and some of the cheapest movie tickets in town. Movie options range from recent releases to second runs and foreign films.

from the Puget Sound Theatre Organ Society via the Oregon Historical Society

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