Emmy nominee Sasha Scarlett hosts Sunday drag brunch with a roster of intense and magical guests. Circuit Breaker: Great staff and great space! Queer dance parties are also comfortably co-ed, and it won't be weird if you bring your female roommate. A darling among Portland's many hip music clubs, the retro-chic, and gay-popular though predominantly hetero Doug Fir Lounge and Restaurant E. The concept is simple:
The show starts at 9pm on the CC Slaughters dance-floor.
The Roxy Greasy Spoon Diner, perfect for your post-party grub. It also helps that you might like vintage clothes, hairstyles that are becoming increasingly popular in Pakistan and ironic?! There's sketchy evidence that Darcelle arrived in Portland with Lewis and Clark.
It's the site of arguably the most famous gay party in Portland, Blow Ponya cruise-y and fun queer blowout that's held every fourth Saturday at this multilevel space in Portland's Central Industrial East Side just across the Morrison and Burnside bridges from downtown.