• BLACK LIVES MATTER.

    "Time Has Come Today", The Chambers Brothers

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  • RADIO ROOM

     

    mask / vax / ID

    temporarily required

    for indoor dining

     

    Patios OK

    without proof of Vax

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    HOURS

    temporary hours

    While we pull it all together...again

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    Mon 11am to midnight

    Tues CLOSED

    Weds 11am to midnight

    Thur 11am to midnight

    fri 11am to 1am

    sat 9am to 1am

    Sun 9am to midnight

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    Indoor dining

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    heated/covered PATIOs GALORE

    FOOD. DRINK. ART. MUSIC.

    FOR THE PEOPLE.

  • RADIO ROOM

    Radio Room

    Food, drink, art, music. For the people.

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    With a long history in the neighborhood — dating back to the early 1960's — we have seen first-hand the often unsettling pace of change happening around us for many years.

     

    We believe that restoring small neglected buildings helps preserve a little bit of the history and character of the King neighborhood while providing our neighbors with a comfortable place to gather and socialize.

     

    The Radio Room building is an art deco style former service station, built in 1949 in the aftermath of the tragic Vanport flood as the neighborhood became home to many of those who fled the vanished town. Rich in history but temporarily unloved, the Radio Room building sat unwanted and decaying for many years. With a strong commitment to preservation, we set out in 2005 to clean up the site and recycle the building, leaving the original structure intact to serve as Radio Room’s covered entry and main dining area.

     

    Our funky little sister bar, Keys Lounge, likewise sat unloved and decaying for many years until we came along. With a crumbling foundation and collapsing roof, the building had long been a hazard and an eyesore to the neighborhood. We set out to save as much of the old building as possible, successfully restoring the storefront and historic signage, even repurposing some of the old locksmith contents, including many of the keys left behind.

     

    What were once vacant and decaying buildings are now two humble monuments to neighborhood history, serving as welcoming gathering places that reflect our commitment to preservation, hospitality and our neighborhood.

  • Contact us

    1101 NE Alberta, Portland OR 97211
    TEMPORARY HOURS
    Monday 11am to 12am
    Tuesday Closed
    Wednesday 11am to 12am
    Thursday 11am to 12am
    Friday 11am to 1am
    Saturday 9am to 1am
    Sunday 9am to 12am
    503-287-2346