Get Your Drink On

16 Tons taphouse & 16 tons Cafe 265 E. 13th Ave & 2864 Willamette St. 345-2003 & 485-2700. & [BOTTLESHOP, BAR; CAFE] Taphouse features more than 700 beers, wines and ciders, with growler fills and rotating list of draft beers. Noon-10 pm Su-W, noon-midnight Th-Sa. Cafe offers growler fills, beer and wine menus, Best of Eugene trivia night. 9 am-10pm daily.

174 E. Broadway. 342-4141.  [NEIGHBORHOOD] Ambrosia’s long, impressive bar just asks to be stopped at for cocktails, wine or beer and snacks to start out the night. Sample from Ambrosia’s list of creative seasonal cocktails, seven beers on tap and award-winning wine list. This comfortable Italian restaurant is a longtime Eugene standard; its clientele ranges from young couples on prom night to groups of friends of all ages. 11:30 am-10 pm M-Th, 11:30 am-11 pm F-Sa, 4:30 pm-10 pm Su.

AX BILLY GRILL & SPORTS BAR 999 Willamette St. 484-4011. [LIVE MUSIC, SPORTS BAR] Wine, microbrews, full bar. Live jazz on Saturday nights. 11:30 am-10 pm M-F, 5 pm-10 pm Sa.

AXE & FIDDLE 657 E. Main St., Cottage Grove. 942-5942. [LIVE MUSIC, OUT OF TOWN] Cottage Grove’s local pub offers live music and entertainment six nights a week. Northwest beers, local wines, full menu including “the tastiest pizza in Lane County.” 3 pm-close M-Sa.

B2 WINE BAR 2794 Shadow View Dr. 505-8909. [WINE BAR] B2, in the Crescent Village development, is working to become a north Eugene hot spot, with a crowd that ranges from business lunchers to college students to seniors. A Sunday brunch omelette bar is $6, with a mimosa added for $4. Featuring more than 60 wines, a full bar with local micros and domestic beers. Outdoor seating, live music, TV. Happy Hour: 4-6 pm M-F. 11:30 am-9 pm M, 11:30 am-10 pm T-Th, 11:30 am-midnight F & Sa, 3-9 pm Su.

Barn Light, The 924 Willamette St. 458-205-8914. [CAFÉ, LOUNGE] Serving the downtown community as both a coffee shop and a bar, The Barn Light is a casual destination for business and pleasure. It also serves as an alternative to Eugene’s campus and sports bars. Coffee is served all day and the venue is designed for patrons to work, relax or meet new people. 7 am-midnight M-W, 7 am-2 am Th-F, 9 am-2 am Sa, 9 am-midnight Su.

BIER STEIN, THE 1591 Willamette St. 485-2437.  [NEIGHBORHOOD] The Bier Stein has repeatedly won Best of Eugene awards for a reason: with more than 1000 bottled beers and 10 ever-changing brews on tap, the selection simply can’t be beat. The kitchen serves up soup, salads, grilled panini and appetizers. More often than not, the Stein is packed after work, so arrive early if you want to sit! TV. 11 am-11 pm M-Sa, 2 pm-10 pm Su.

BLACK FOREST 50 E. 11th Ave. 686-6619. [LIVE MUSIC, NEIGHBORHOOD] Great stage, music, comfortable atmosphere and never a cover.  Hosts live open mic every other Sunday, karaoke (9 pm Mondays & Wednesdays), Rooster’s Blues Jam (8 pm Tuesdays) and live music Thursday through Saturday. Happy Hour: 11 am-3 pm Sa & Su, 4 pm-7 pm M-F: $1 off well drinks, micros and domestic drafts. 11 am-2:30 am daily.

BLIND PIG BAR & GRILL 2750 Roosevelt. 461-2018. [SPORTS BAR] Blind Pig is a unique spot; it’s like walking into a Prohibition-era speakeasy (except that all 12 drafts and their full bar is completely legal). Heavy-pour mixed drinks and daily chef specials adorn the wide-ranged menu — which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Vintage jukebox, TVs (to accompany a party for every Duck game), pool, darts and covered patio seating available. Free pool Sundays. 6:30 am-2:30 am M-Su.

BRICK HOUSE, THE 136 4th St., Spfd. 988-1612. [STRIP CLUB] “Gentlemen’s club” with a full menu available at all hours. Performers have a “no pressure attitude” and the bar hosts special events as well as games such as Beach Party Bingo. The Brick House has a “comfortable cozy atmosphere that feels more like a tavern or pub than a strip club,” they explain. Ten minutes from downtown Eugene via EMX. Lottery games, TV, DJs, pool, video games. Power Happy Hour 4 pm-7 pm: 23 oz. beers instead of the usual 16 oz. 11 am-2:30 am daily.

CAFÉ LUCKY NOODLE 207 E. 5th Ave. 484-4777. [LOUNGE] CLN touts its “welcoming, vivacious, romantic atmosphere,” and offers a specialty cocktail list that includes the key lime martini, organic berry kamikaze, espressotini and chili margarita — not to mention a “full late-night food menu to rock you steady.” Outdoor seating. 11 am-midnight M-F, 9 am-midnight Sa & Su.

CAFÉ SORIAH 384 W. 13th Ave. 342-4410. [LOUNGE] Dimly lit, romantic, cozy bar with specialty drinks, a delicious late-night menu and more. Soriah is part classy restaurant and part comfortable neighborhood bar; rotating art shows and friendly bartenders add to its warm, wood-paneled charm. Dinner 5 pm-10 pm, bar menu 10 pm-close, happy hour 4:30 pm-6:30 pm.

CITY NIGHTCLUB, THE 2222 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 343-4734. [DANCE CLUB, NEIGHBORHOOD] Munchies menu, $2 wells, $2 Long Island iced teas. Poker nights every Tuesday and first and third Thursdays; Comedy Night every second and fourth Wednesday (7:30 pm); Karaoke every Wednesday (9 pm). Pool (free after 10 pm), video games, lottery games, HDTV, covered smoking area, in-house breathalyzer, outdoor seating that overlooks the Willamette River estuary/Alton Baker Park. 11:30 am-1 am M-Th; 11:20 am-2 am F & Sa.

Claim 52 Brewing 1030 Tyinn St., Suite 1. 554-6786. [BREWERY] Opened in 2012, Claim 52 offers European-influenced styles of beers made with local ingredients. The brewery is open to the public for tasting and dock sales every first and third Friday, 4 pm-6 pm. Available for growler fills and corny keg purchase.

COOLER RESTAURANT & BAR, THE 20 Centennial Loop. 484-4355.  [AVERAGE JOE, NEIGHBORHOOD] Watch Duck football or stop in before a night on the town. Young crowd, live music, TV plays all sports, all the time. Fifteen-foot big-screen TV, karaoke, DJs, lottery games, video games, pool. Happy Hour: 4 pm-7 pm M-F and all day Sunday. $1.75 domestic drafts, $3.25 micro drafts, $2.25 well liquors, $2.75 call liquors. $5 burger & brew M-F. Specials: TH: $1 domestic drafts, $1 wells, $1.75 PBR 16 oz. cans, 9 pm-midnight. 6 am-2:30 am daily.

CORNUCOPIA 295 W. 17th Ave. 485-2300. [NEIGHBORHOOD] With a fairly sizable selection of bottled beers and 10 beers on tap, Cornucopia is known for its happy hour — which gets even better in the summer when you can sit in the gardenlike backyard. With an “encyclopedia menu” Cornucopia attracts a variable “cornucopia” of folks, from the funky to the fussy. Happy Hour: 3 pm-6 pm M-F. $1 off micro pints, glasses of wine and appetizers. Daily lunch and dinner specials. 8 am-10 pm daily.

CORNUCOPIA BAR & BURGERS 207 E. 5th Ave. 485-2676. [NEIGHBORHOOD] The younger sibling of the establishment on 17th & Lincoln, Cornucopia Bar & Burgers brings new life to the space that was once home to Chanterelle. Nightly events offer something for everyone: M: Trivia with Keith Appleby; Tu: live music from Jesse Meade; W: Karaoke Night (with trophies!); Th: Big Screen Veg Night; F & Sa: live music; Su: Sports (on the restaurant’s 10-foot big screen, we assume). Don’t miss the happy hour Wheel of Prizes or a chance to play late-night free Wii. Happy Hour: 3 pm-6 pm M-F. $1 off pints or glasses of wine. 11 am-2:30 am daily.

COWFISH DANCE CLUB 62 W. Broadway. 683-6319. [LOUNGE, DANCE CLUB, LIVE MUSIC] A hip but unpretentious downtown hot spot catering to an eclectic crowd and offering everything from ping pong to nightly DJs and dancing to live acts. Happy Hour: 5-11 pm every day. $1 PBR, $2 wells. 5 pm-2:30 am daily.

COZMIC 199 W. 8th Ave. 338-9333. [LIVE MUSIC] High variety venue with everything from music and dancing to films, fundraisers, private parties and community events. Exclusively Oregon beer and wine selection. Cozmic attracts an eclectic crowd. 11 am-11 pm M-Sa, 1 pm-11 pm Su. All ages at all times.

THE DAVIS BAR 94 W. Broadway. 485-1124. [LOUNGE] Upscale downtown bar serving business folk, shoppers and downtown people, and featuring house infusions and cask-aged Manhattans. Happy Hour: $1 off anything drink related, $7.50 burger & brew, 4-6 pm daily. 11 am-midnight daily.

Dexter Lake Club 39128 Dexter Rd. (Dexter) 937-4050. [LIVE MUSIC, CAFÉ] Located outside Eugene in Dexter, the Dexter Lake Club has a long history that includes being the venue where Otis Day and the Knights performed for the classic film Animal House. Now, the club hosts live music almost every night of the week and serves food throughout the day. Café hours: Closed M, 11 am-8:30 pm T-Th, 11 am-9 pm F, 9 am-9 pm Sa, 9 am-8:30 pm Su. Club hours: Closed M, T-Th 11 am-11 pm, 11 am-1am F-Sa, 11 am-midnight Su.

DOC’S PAD 710 Willamette St. 343-0224. [LOUNGE, SPORTS BAR] Sports is the main focus of this cozy neighborhood bar, with two huge projection screen TVs and more than 25 HD TVs including viewing in the outdoor patio area. Also features live music, karaoke and DJs on Saturday & Sunday nights. Happy Hour: 15 percent off for students, half-off appetizers, 4-7 pm M-F. Specials: $2 Tuesday, all day; W: $1 wells, 8 pm-close; oyster & ales Thursday, 6 pm-close. 11 am-2:30 am daily. 

DUCK INN SPORTS BAR 1795 W. 6th Ave. 302-9206. [SPORTS BAR] Darts, video games, lottery games, outdoor seating, TV, pinball, karaoke. Happy Hour: 4 pm-6 pm weekdays. Sun: $1 PBR or Coors Original, free pool.

ELDORADO CLUB 3000 W. 11th Ave. 683-4580. [NEIGHBORHOOD] “A completely different bar than in the past,” say Eldorado’s owners. The west Eugene bar offers a host of entertainment options, from pool tournaments (7 pm Thursdays) to beer pong tournaments (7 pm Tuesdays) to weekend karaoke (9 pm), Wii games and nightly blackjack (9 pm). Daily drink specials, homemade chili and spaghetti. Tuesday is $1 day, with dollar beers, tacos and free pool. Pool, video games, lottery games, TV, darts, covered smoking area, outdoor seating. Happy Hour: 4 pm-7 pm: $3 micros, $2 domestics, $1 house beer, $3 well drinks. 11 am-2:30 am daily.

THE EMBERS 1811 Hwy 99 N. 688-6564. [NIEGHBORHOOD, LOUNGE] A drinking hole with a friendly vibe, the kind of place you’d be happy to take your grandpa or your old drinking buddies. Featuring down-home cooking and daily soup specials. Happy Hour: 5-6 pm M-F. 7 am-2 am Tu-Sa, 7 am-10 pm Mo.

EUGENE WINE CELLARS 255 Madison St. 342-2600. [TASTING ROOM] Eugene’s first urban winery, located in the Whiteaker neighborhood. Enjoy their selection of wines, custom crush wines, local and domestic beers and meat/cheese plates. Outdoor seating, live music. 4-8 pm W-Sa or by appt.

Fall Creek Tavern 40144 Big Fall Creek Rd., Fall Creek. 937-2962. Open every day at 2 pm until close (closing time depends on how much business they get).

FALLING SKY BREWING HOUSE 1334 Oak Alley. 505-7096. [BREWPUB] With enough handcrafted beer and delicious food to go around, Falling Sky Brewing House is a great place to stop in for a drink and a bite. As with most brewpubs, Falling Sky attracts all types — from hefty stout drinkers to die-hard hefeweizen fans. TVs, outdoor seating and darts available. Drink specials during Happy Hours. 11 am-midnight Su-W, 11 am-1 am Th-Sa.

FATHOMS BAR 790 E. 14th Ave (below Pegasus Pizza). 344-4471. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] Small, intimate bar with great Pegasus Pizza. Fathoms’ scene is students and people looking for a good time. Two Wednesdays a month the bar is home to Rock and Roll Damnation with live DJs spinning classic rock, punk, metal, glam, New Wave, soul and blues on vinyl only. When you tire of burger ‘n’ brews, try mini pizza and brew, 5 pm-9 pm Monday and Tuesday: $4.95 domestic, $5.95 micro. Happy Hour: 8:30 pm-10 pm M-Sa: $1.50 well drinks and domestic beers. Pool, pinball, HDTV. 5 pm-close M-Sa.

GOOD TIMES CAFÉ & BAR 375 E. 7th Ave. 484-7181. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] Sports bar by day, service industry hangout at night, college kids on the weekend. Always a trustworthy choice when you can’t find the game on TV. 36 taps, 5 pool tables, outside patio, full bar and 14 big screen TVs. Video games, lottery games, live music, pinball. Specials: Su & M: free pool; T: blues jam and $2.50 wells 9 pm-midnight. 11 am-2:30 am daily.

Granary Pizza Co. 259 E. 5th Ave. 343-8488. [LIVE MUSIC, RESTAURANT] Located in the Pearl District, Granary Pizza Co. offers fabulous house-infused cocktails, rustic Italian pizzas, Pacific Northwest-inspired entrees and salads and features an eclectic selection of live music nightly. 5 pm-10 pm Su-Th, 5 pm-2 am F-Sa.

HIGH STREET BREWERY & CAFÉ 1243 High St. 345-4905. [NEIGHBORHOOD] It can be hard to get a seat in this comfy, welcoming brewpub-in-a-house on a weekend night, but always worth it for burgers, tater tots, surprisingly filling salads and pitchers of McMenamin’s beer. Outdoor seating. 11 am-1 am M-Sa, noon-midnight Su.

HIGHLANDS BREW PUB 390 E. 40th Ave. 485-4304. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] With plenty of pool tables and pinball machines, Highlands is a great place to get a pint or a pitcher and watch a Ducks game. Impressive selection of beers on tap. 11 am-2:30 am daily.

HOP VALLEY BREWING COMPANY 980 Kruse Way, Springfield. 744-3330. [NEIGHBORHOOD] It’s just a hop (er, sorry) out to Springfield to try out this brewpub, which boasts former Eugene City Brewery brewer Trevor Howard’s creations. With a full menu, a good beer selection and a big, booth-heavy space, Hop Valley is a great addition to Springfield’s eating and drinking lineup. 11 am-2 am daily.

HORSEHEAD BAR 99 W. Broadway. 683-3154. [AVERAGE JOE, NEIGHBORHOOD] Laid-back local bar with generously sized smoking patios in front and back. Cool staff with diverse musical tastes makes your stiff drinks fast. Great tattoos on most of the staff and half of the customers. Pool, darts, video games, pinball, outdoor seating, TV, daily food specials. Happy Hour: 11:30 am-9 pm daily: $2.75 well drinks, $5.50 well doubles, $.75 off call drinks, $2.25 PBR, $2.50 domestics, $3.50 micros. 10 pm-2:30 am: $6.75 well doubles. Super Happy Hour: 4 pm-5 pm: $1.50 domestics, $2.50 micros. Daily food specials. Free pool until 10 pm every day, and all day Su & M. 11:30 am-2:30 am daily.

HOT MAMA’S WINGS 420 W. 13th Ave. 653-9999. [RESTAURANT, SPORTS BAR] This place is awesome if you’re looking to chill out at the bar, chat with the bartenders a little and watch some sports. Happy hours weekdays, 3 pm-6 pm, M-Th 9 pm-close, F-Sa 10 pm-close; $1 off drafts and wells, $.50 off wine, $2.50 off pitchers. Daily food and drink specials, rotating taps. Open mic, live music, TV. 4 pm-10 pm M; 11:30 am–11 pm T, F, Sa; 11:30 am-10 pm W, Th; 11:30 am-9 pm Su.

Izakaya Meiji Co. 345 Van Buren St. 505-8804. [WHISKEY BAR, RESTAURANT] Priding itself on its wide selection of whiskey and its Japanese culinary selections, Izakaya Meiji offers a unique atmosphere to the Whiteaker Neighborhood. Dimly lit but vibrant, Meiji is a one-of-a-kind venue for both the liquor connoisseur and the more casual date. 5 pm-1 am daily.

JACKALOPE LOUNGE 453 Willamette St. 485-1519. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] Comfy sports bar with a good number of beers on tap, friendly bartenders and more TVs than you can shake a stick at. Burger or bratwurst & brew on Monday; Monday nights also offer Guitar Hero and Rock Band competitions starting at 8 pm. Pool, darts, video games, lottery games, pinball, TV, outdoor seating, wi-fi. 11 am-2:30 am daily.

JAMESON’S 115 W. Broadway. 485-9913. [LOUNGE] A warm, stylish, often packed, comfortable place to shoot pool, talk to friends and partake in the bar’s selection of Scotch, Irish and American whiskeys. The padded, massive bar is a great place to perch and people-watch in between rounds of darts, and the high-backed booths are just right for a place like this. Free pool 4 pm-9 pm daily and all day Su & M. Outdoor seating, TV, pool, darts. Happy Hour: 4 pm-9 pm daily: $1 off micros and liquors, $1.50 off martinis, $1.25 PBRs. 4 pm-2:30 am daily.

JIMMY MAC’S OVERTIME GRILL 770 S. Bertelsen. 342-5028. [AVERAGE JOE, NEIGHBORHOOD] Cold beer and good food for good prices. Diverse clientele. 25-cent pool tables. Breakfast 7 am-11 am M-F and 7 am-3 pm Sa & Su. Happy Hour: 7 am-9 am and 4 pm-7 pm daily. $2.25 domestic drafts, $3.25 micro and well drinks. Video games, lottery games, outdoor seating, live music on Thursdays, TV, pinball, Texas hold ‘em Sundays at 3 pm. Specials: Sunday Services – $1.25 domestic drafts, $2.25 micros. 7 am-5 pm. 7 am-2 am daily.

LAVA LOUNGE & RING OF FIRE 1099 Chambers. 344-6475. [LOUNGE] “Pacific Rim kisses the Northwest with a fusion of flavors, exotic infusions and Lava Lounge’s specialty cocktails that will register on your own personal Richter scale,” the Lava Lounge folks explain. Serving local microbrews, made-in-Oregon liquors and the chili margarita. 11 am-11 pm M-Sa, noon-11 pm Su.

LAVELLE CLUB ROOM AT THE MARKET 296 E. 5th Ave. 338-9875. [LIVE MUSIC, LOUNGE] Owned and operated by LaVelle Vineyards. Wine tastings during the day and small menu served evenings, with live music 5:30 pm-8:30 pm Th & F. Noon-6 pm Sa-Tu, 3 pm-9 pm W-F.

LE BAR 296 E. 5th Ave. (Extension of Marché) 342-3612. [CASUAL, BISTRO] Located as an extension of Marché restaurant downtown, Le Bar is a great little Parisian style place to grab food, cocktails, local draft beers and wines. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night service 7 days a week. 7-9 pm M-Su.

LOFT AT TURTLES, THE 2690 Willamette St. 465-9038. [LIVE MUSIC, LOUNGE] The Loft, located just behind the popular south Eugene restaurant Turtles, has two floors, a fireplace and the full Turtles menu, but in a loungier atmosphere, with live music some nights. 5 pm-2 am daily.

LUCKEY’S 933 Olive St. 687-4643. [LIVE MUSIC] Eugene’s oldest bar, this Irish pub has loads of history (just read the framed articles on the wall while you wait your turn to shoot pool!) and hosts live music Tuesday-Saturday; generally indie, funk, alt country, jazz and singer-songwriters. Darts, video games, lottery games, TV, DJs. Happy Hour: 4 pm-7 pm daily. $1 off microbrews, $1 off liquor. $2 featured micro Monday-Thursday. Noon-2 am daily.

MAC’S AT THE VET’S CLUB 1626 Willamette St. [AVERAGE JOE, LIVE MUSIC] Diverse crowd — jocks, hippies, bikers, business folks, old folks, veterans, kids and musicians. Dance floor, video games, lottery games, outdoor seating, TV, live music, full dinner menu. Happy Hour: 4 pm-6 pm. $.50 off well drinks and draft beers. Specials: Tu: $7 dinner specials; W: $6 Burger & Brew; Th: $2 MacTarnahan’s 9 pm-midnight. At least three drink specials nightly. $1 PBR for veterans. 9 am-10 pm daily.

MARCHÉ 296 E. 5th St. (Fifth Street Market). 342-3612. [LOUNGE] There are very few seats in the bar of this respected Eugene restaurant, but they’re worth grabbing — both for the carefully made cocktails and for the bar menu, which ranges from pizzettes to oysters to an ample charcuterie plate. Like the restaurant’s food, Marché’s cocktails are made with an eye to what’s in season; ever-changing aperitifs and other drinks make use of fresh, local produce. 11:30 am-11 pm M-Sa; 11:30 am-10 pm Su.

MAX’S TAVERN 550 E. 13th Ave. [AVERAGE JOE, NEIGHBORHOOD] Eugene’s old standby got gussied up in the last few years with a beautiful new bar and extensive renovations. Occasional live music, always friendly bartenders and endless bowls of buttery popcorn. Tuesday is trivia night; head down at 8 pm and win cash or wacky prizes! Pool, video games, TV, wi-fi. 2 am-2 pm daily.

MCSHANE’S BAR & GRILL 86495 College View Rd. [LIVE MUSIC, NEIGHBORHOOD] An out-of-the-way but totally worth it bar owned and operated by a local bartender with 12 years experience serving Eugene/Springfield bar patrons. Indoor smoking section and a diverse clientele. Building has tons of character and several floors of amusement — just watch out for the tricycle racers on Tuesdays! Pool, darts, video games, lottery games, outdoor seating, TV, pinball. Happy Hour: 4 pm-7 pm M-F. $2.25 well drinks, $1.75 domestics, $1.50 PBRs, $2.75 micros. Specials: M: Micro Mondays, $2.50 micro-pints 4 pm-midnight; Tu: Two Buck Tuesdays, $2 well drinks from 7 pm-midnight; W: Women’s Wednesday, $1 off all food and beverage purchases for ladies; Th: Burger and Brew $6 4 pm-midnight; F: $5 Long Islands 7 pm-midnight; Sa: Stoli Saturdays, $1 off all Stolichnaya cocktails 8 pm-midnight; Su: Service Industry Night, $1 discount on all food & beverage purchases for service industry workers. Free pool 10 pm-2 am nightly. 11 am-2:30 am daily.

Moe’s Tavern 421 South A St., Spfd. 653-9193. [PUB, LOUNGE] In honor of Moe’s Tavern in The Simpsons, Springfield, Ore., gets its own version of Homer’s favorite bar. Opened March of this year, Moe’s offers food, drink and a casual spot to relax with friends. 11 am-midnight Su-Th, 11 am-2 am F-Sa.

MOHAWK TAVERN 1501 Mohawk Blvd, Spfd. 747-3211. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] Neighborhood joint featuring pool, darts and 13 brand-new big screen TVs for your sports viewing pleasure. Also hosts karaoke and live music. Happy Hour: 11 am-2 pm & 4-7 pm M-F, 8:30 am-6 pm Sa, all day Su. Specials: M: $1 PBR all day; T: $2.75 margaritas & Coronas all day, $10 buckets of domesics, $12 buckets of Coronas until 8 pm; W: $3 Widmers, wells, wine & wine coolers all day; TH: $3.25 microbrews all day, $6 domestic pitchers until 8 pm; F: $4 call brand liquors, $5 burger & brews until 8 pm; Sa: happy hour 8:30 am-6 pm; Su: happy hour all day. 8:30 am-midnight Su-Tu, 8:30 am-1:30 am W, 8:30 am-2:30 am Th-Sa.

MULLIGANS 2841 Willamette St. 484-1727. [AVERAGE JOE] This down-to-earth Willamette Street bar is home to a dedicated group of regulars and a busy open mic night on Wednesdays and Sundays (sign-up is at 8:30). Pool, outdoor seating, lottery games. 11 am-2 am M-Su.

NILE GENTLEMAN’S CLUB, THE 1030 Hwy. 99. 688-1869. [STRIP CLUB] No cover, more than 120 beers, full menu until midnight. 4 pm-2:30 am M-Sa, 4 pm-midnight Su.

Ninkasi Brewing Co. 272 Van Buren St. 344-2739. [BREWERY] With a tasting room serving a constant rotation of freshly brewed beer, Ninkasi offers a huge patio to share a beer with friends and enjoy one of Eugene’s most prominent exports. Monday nights are pints for a cause, and in the summer the patio offers live music every Friday evening. noon-9 pm Su-W, noon-10 pm Th-Sa

NOBLE ESTATE URBAN 560 Commercial St. 954-9870. [WINE BAR, NEIGHBORHOOD] Noble Estate is an award-winning winery with a new urban wine bar in west Eugene. Live performances every weekend. More than a dozen wines, local beer on tap. 4-9 pm F-Sa.

O BAR, THE 115 Commons Dr. 349-0707. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] “The ultimate Duck experience,” say the folks at the O Bar, which was in Playboy’s 2009 list of the top 10 college sports bars. Full kitchen serves pasta, pizza, burgers and more until 2 am; breakfast is available on the weekends. Events include Monday trivia night (7:30 pm) and karaoke on Tuesday and Friday. Weeknight happy hour offers $2 domestic drafts and $3 wells. Specials: Su: 50-cent tacos; Tu: Ladies’ night, $2 wells; W: Burger and brew, $5; Th: Thirsty Thursday 8 pm-midnight, $2 domestics, $3 micros and $2 wells. Lottery games, TV, outdoor seating. 11 am-2:30 pm.

Oakshire Brewing 1055 Madera St. 688-4555. [BREWERY] Oakshire Brewing is a 15-barrel production brewery dedicated to making fine craft beer. What started as a home-brewing project turned into a full-scale commercial brewery with beer available on tap and in bottles. Pints and live music 3 pm-7 pm F, tours and pints noon-5 pm Sa.

Oakshire Public House 207 Madison St. 688-4555. [BREWERY] 11 am-7 pm daily.

O’DONNELL’S 295 Hwy 99 N. 688-4902. [NEIGHBORHOOD] Nice pub featuring burgers, etc. and karaoke three nights a week. Happy Hour: 4-6 pm M-F & 10 pm-close W-F. Specials: SU: $1 PBR & free pool, 10 am-6 pm Su. 10 am-2:30 am daily.

OLD PAD, THE 3355 E. Amazon. 686-5022. [AVERAGE JOE, NEIGHBORHOOD] The former bartending home of Steve Prefontaine features six big screen TVs with surround sound for taking in Ducks or other games, a digital jukebox, four pool tables and other games (including Oregon Lottery). This long-running bar, which opened in 1962, has 21 beers on tap and offers regular drink and beer specials. The Old Pad is “Eugene’s home for the UFC,” they say; events are shown without a cover, and prizes are given out after each event. Specials: Tu: $1 tacos, free pool; W: $1 broasted hot legs and half-price bottles of wine; F: full prime rib dinners, $9.99. Caught-in-the-Act karaoke at 9 pm Thursdays. Pool, video games, lottery games, heated outdoor seating, TV, pinball, karaoke. Happy Hour: 4 pm-6 pm M-F. 8 am-2:30 am M-Sa, 8 am-midnight Su. 

PAPA’S SOUL FOOD KITCHEN & BLUES JOINT 400 Blair Blvd. 342-7500. [LIVE MUSIC, NEIGHBORHOOD] Papa’s isn’t just about satisfying soul food; it’s also home to a full bar and $3 hurricanes, with live music some nights — and on the back patio in the summertime. Noon-midnight Tu-F, 1 pm-midnight Sa.

PHIL’S CLUBHOUSE 1195 Main St., Spfd. 741-0402. [STRIP CLUB] Live nude entertainment. Pool, TV, DJs. Noon-2:30 am daily.

Plank Town Brewing Company 346 Main St., Spfd. 746-1890. [BREWPUB] In the heart of downtown Springfield, Plank Town offers handcrafted microbrews alongside Northwest Cuisine.  4 pm-11 pm Su-Th, 4 pm-midnight F-Sa.

RED WAGON CREAMERY 55 W. Broadway. 337-0780. [ICE CREAM PARLOR] Red Wagon After Dark mixes ice cream with alcohol. Ice cream cocktails, beer floats, full bar. 10am-midnight Sa-Su.

RENNIE’S LANDING 1214 Kincaid. 687-0600. [NEIGHBORHOOD] Comfy college bar with a late night menu. Two decks and great fish and chips. Free pool on Sundays. Happy Hour: 4 pm-7 pm Su-F and 10pm-midnight Su-Th: Domestic pints $2.75 and pitchers $6.50; micro pints $3.50 and pitchers $8.95; $2.50 wells, $4.50 doubles. Pinball, video games, pool, flat-screen TV, smoking on patios, Bud pong. 7:30 am-2 am M-F, 9 am-2 am Sa & Su.

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844 Olive St. 345-4155. [NEIGHBORHOOD] More than 25 Rogue brews on tap. Menu includes Kobe beef burgers and tasty fish and chips, but it isn’t cheap: if all you need is a snack to absorb your beers, don’t pass up the delicious buffalo chips (even tastier with bleu cheese for dipping!). Outdoor seating, TV, lottery games. Specials: Happy meals 11 am-2 pm M-F: a pint of beer and a toy for $2 with any meal. Bingo at 7:30 pm Wednesdays and trivia with Mr. Bill Fridays at 8 pm. Noon-10 pm M-Th, noon-midnight F & Sa, noon-9 pm Su.

SAM BOND’S GARAGE 407 Blair Blvd. 431-6603. [LIVE MUSIC, NEIGHBORHOOD] Voted Best Bar in 2012 EW Best of Eugene readers’ poll. Funky space with varied live music and friendly crowd. The garlicky-est garlic bread ever seen and delicious slices of pizza stand out on the menu; a handful of micro taps and full bar offer plenty of libations. The back patio is a fantastic place to relax when it’s nice out — and a nice place to escape when the inside gets supercrowded. 4 pm-late daily.

SAM’S PLACE 825 Wilson St. 484-4455. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] West Eugene’s friendly local bar. Lottery games, outdoor seating. 9 am-2:30 am M-F, 8 am-2:30 am Sa, 8 am-midnight Su.

SIXTH STREET GRILL 55 W. 6th Ave. 485-2961. [SPORTS BAR] The bar half of Sixth Street Bar and Grill is definitely a sports-focused establishment, from the giant old scoreboard to the many TVs. If there’s a game on, you can probably see it here, in a mellow, social atmosphere with plenty of food options. Good array of taps and daily specials, including the Tuesday Burger and Brew ($7) — but expect a wait for that one. Monday is Free Beer Night; get a free beer, wine or cocktail with your dinner entrée. Mark Alan plays Thursday nights (no cover). Happy Hour: 4 pm-6 pm daily. HDTV, lottery games, video games. 9 am-9 pm Su, 11 am-9 pm M, 11 am-10 pm Tu/Th, 11 am-11 pm F, 9 am-11 pm Sa.

SPIRITS BIKER BAR 1714 Main St., Springfield. 726-0113. [AVERAGE JOE] Springfield bike bar proudly lists designated motorcycle parking among its amenities, along with two pool tables, a large-screen TV and a dance floor; live music Th-Sa. Pinball, lottery games, darts. Tu: $1 tacos starting at 4 pm. 10 am-2:30 am daily.

STACY’S COVERED BRIDGE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 401 E. Main, Cottage Grove. [OUT OF TOWN] Located on the historic bank of Cottage Grove. Clientele includes business folk, teachers, hippies, locals. Live music, TV, outdoor seating. Happy Hour: 4 pm-6 pm daily. $1 off all drinks, $2 off appetizers. Specials: M: $1/oz. prime rib; W: Open mic and Ladies’ Night, any drink $2.50 8 pm-midnight; Th: Long Island Iced Teas $2.75, 18 flavors to choose from. 4 pm-11 pm-ish daily.

STARLIGHT LOUNGE 830 Olive St. 343-3204. [LOUNGE, NEIGHBORHOOD] The Starlight is a cozy, couch-strewn place that serves only made-in-Eugene beers, features Oregon-made spirits on its cocktail menu and offers a large selection of Oregon wines. A private billiards room with large HDTV is available for $5 per hour, and the Starlight has wi-fi, which is pretty nifty. Voted Best Happy Hour/Drink Specials in the 2012 EW Best of Eugene readers’ poll. Darts, lottery games, video games, ourdoor seating. Happy Hour: 4 pm-7 pm daily: $2 White Russians made with Crater Lake Vodka; $2 rotating tap featuring Ninkasi, Oakshire or Hop Valley beer; $2 Hinman wines. $2 Sauza tequila shots nightly from 9:30 pm-10:30 pm. 4 pm- 2:30 am daily.

STEELHEAD BREWERY 199 E. 5th Ave. 686-2739. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] This Eugene staple is known for good food and beer. 11:30 am-11:30 pm daily.

SWEET BASIL BAR 941 Pearl St. 284-2944. [LOUNGE] Elegant bar in this downtown Thai restaurant serves up microbrews, cockails (with infused liquors) and appetizers. Happy Hour: 5 pm-7 pm M-W: $2.50 drafts and selected appetizers. 10 am-1 am daily.

SWEET ILLUSIONS 1836 South A St., Spfd. 762-1503. [STRIP CLUB] “Always open and never clothed,” says the punny information from this Springfield bar, which touts its “clean and artful atmosphere with 44 nude beauties.” Sweet Illusions offers a private Champagne room and an outdoor covered (and, we assume, clothed) smoking patio. Specials: M & W $15 table dance and drink specials. Video games, lottery games, TV, DJs. “Nude hours” noon-2:15 am daily.

TAYLOR’S BAR & GRILL 701 High St. 544-6174. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] A sports bar that caters to college kids and professors, neighborhood folk, athletes and musicians, with tons of TVs and often featuring live music or DJs. There is almost never a cover charge (only We 9-10:30 pm). Outside seating. Happy Hour: 5-7 pm M-Sa, all day Su. $1.25 off all drinks, $2.25 off all pitchers. Specials: M-Tu: $1 wells, 9-11 pm; TU: $1.50 16 oz. can beers, $4.50 Tic-Tac shots, 10 pm-midnight; W: $1 micros, 9-10:30 pm, $2 wells, 10-midnight; TH: $1 domestics draft, 9-midnight, $2 wells, Long Islands, Long Beaches, AMFs; F: $2 35 oz. supermugs domestics, 9-10:30 pm, $4 35 oz. supermugs domestics, 10:30 pm-midnight, $3 vodkas & Red Bulls, 10 pm-midnight; SU: $1.25 off all drinks, $2.25 off all pitchers, all day. 9 am-2:30 pm daily.

TERRITORIAL VINEYARDS & WINE CO. 907 W. 3rd Ave. 684-9563. [WINE BAR] Tasting room for the local vineyard offers local music Thursday evenings. 5 pm-11 pm Th, 5 pm-9 pm F & Sa.

TINY TAVERN 394 Blair Blvd. 687-8383. [LIVE MUSIC] Serving Eugene since 1938, this funky Whiteaker bar has loyal followers of its quirky charms. Famous chili, daily beer specials, live music and more. 11 am-2 am daily. 

TRACKSTIRS SPORTS BAR 3350 Gateway, Spfd. 726-1261. [SPORTS BAR] This off-track betting joint is a great place to kick back, drop some cash on the races and shoot some pool. Happy hour noon-2 pm / 4 pm-6 pm daily; $3.50 micros, $2.75 dom., rotating drink specials. $5 nachos & $2 PBR everyday. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, 75 cent pool, darts, video games, lottery, TV, and of course off-track betting every day except Tuesday. 9 am- midnight M-Su.

TURTLES BAR & GRILL 2690 Willamette St. 465-9038. [NEIGHBORHOOD] Warm, casual, family friendly atmosphere. Wide variety of comfort food, full bar, large portions. Specials every night on food and drinks and a lengthy menu of specialty cocktails. Outdoor seating, TV. Happy Hour: 3 pm-5 pm daily. $2 pints, $1 off appetizers, $1 off glasses of wine & well drinks. 11 am-midnight daily.

VINTAGE, THE 837 Lincoln St. 349-9181. [LOUNGE, NEIGHBORHOOD] This restaurant and bar makes its home in a tiny, charming house; sit downstairs at the bar or watch the world go by from an upstairs window. Snack on crepes and make the most of the Vintage’s daily food and drink specials: M: Margarita Monday, buy one get one free; Tu: Tuesday Boozeday, half-price cocktails all day; W: Wine Wednesday, all glass pours half price; Th: Burger and 2 Brews, burger and two pints for $8. Happy Hour: 4 pm-6 pm daily: Buy one get one free tapas; $2.50 drafts; $3.75 well drinks; $4.50 wines by the glass; $4.75 Absolut cocktails. 11 am-10 pm M-Th, 11 am-midnight F, 9 am-midnight Sa, 9 am-9 pm Su.

WEBFOOT BAR & GRILL  839 E. 13th Ave. 505-8422. [CAMPUS BAR/RESTAURANT] This is the newest college sports bar right next to UO campus in over a decade. Webfoot has it all, from karaoke, trivia on Mondays, DJs, air hockey and more. Everything on the menu is grilled or baked and made fresh. Whether you’re a student—undergrad or grad—a faculty member, business type or, heck, a dorm custodian, this spot will suit you. There’s ample seating thanks to the 32-ft. bar, and happy hour 5 pm-8 pm, M-F; karaoke on Sundays, food, daily drink specials, 12+ draft beers, TV, video games, lottery, outdoor seating. 11 am- 2:30 am.

WETLANDS BREW PUB & SPORTS BAR 922 Garfield. 345-3606. [NEIGHBORHOOD, SPORTS BAR] Wetlands is home to fans of everything from punk rock to hip hop to, of course, the Oregon Ducks. Heated smoking and pool area. An impressive array of beers on tap and good, reasonably priced food round out the West Eugene experience. Darts, video games, lottery games, TV, pinball, DJs. Happy Hour: 7 am-11 am daily, $1.75 domestics. 4 pm-7 pm daily, $2.75 micros. Specials: M: $2 margaritas, $3 Corona; Tu: $3.50 bananaramas; W: $3.50 40 oz PBR; Th: $2 wells 9-11pm; F: $4 Long Islands, AMFs, black opals; Sa: $3.50 Wetland Leomonade; Su: $5 PBR pitchers, $1.50 PBR glasses. 7 am-2:30 am daily.

WHIRLED PIES 1123 Monroe St. 636-3737. [NEIGHBORHOOD, RESTAURANT] Local, organic ingredients made from scratch with local beer and an assortment of wine. Enjoy the family-owned, welcoming atmosphere. Happy hour specials include $6 bottles of wine. Outdoor seating, live music. Happy Hour: 3-6 pm every day. 11 am-10 pm every day.

WHISKEY RIVER RANCH 4740 Main St., Spfd. 744-1594. [NEIGHBORHOOD, LIVE MUSIC] A saloon/steakhouse type setting featuring a dance floor and live music, as well as a full menu (breakfast all day, every day), giant-screen TV and games. Happy Hour: 3-7 pm M-F. 11 am-2:30 pm M-F, 7 am-2:30 am Sa-Su.

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