At Clark & Mayfield, we're proud to call Portland, Oregon our home. With a laid-back Pacific Northwest vibe and all the culture of an iconic city, there are endless things to do in Portland for visitors and locals alike.

We love how Portland puts it own twist on the classic pastime of movie going. The following are 7 of our favorite quirky Portland cinemas:

Academy Theater

7818 Southeast Stark Street | http://www.academytheaterpdx.com/

Our favorite! Enjoy $4 admission and second run flicks, accompanied by pizza slices from Flying Pie, sushi from Miyamoto, wine, beer, or kombucha. The theater offers on-site babysitting for kids age 2-8 - $9.50 for the length of the movie!

Laurelhurst Theater

2735 East Burnside Street | http://www.laurelhursttheater.com/

$4 second-run movies in a quaint little cinema with a vintage neon marquee. Try Pizzicato pizza and local beer while you watch good flicks. 

Hollywood Theatre

4122 Northeast Sandy Boulevard | https://hollywoodtheatre.org/

The Hollywood Theatre is a Portland landmark showing classic and current award-winning films. The theatre also promotes innovative educational programs and provides fiscal support for local filmmakers. 


Living Room Theaters

341 SW 10th Avenue | http://pdx.livingroomtheaters.com/

A downtown theater great for art and foreign films, alongside dinner and a full bar. Enjoy live jazz on Friday and Saturday nights. 


2021 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard | http://www.thecinemagictheater.com

A single-screen neighborhood theater showing indie, classic, and current movies. Great locally made pizza, popcorn with real butter, microbrew, and wine. 

St. Johns Twin Cinemas

8704 North Lombard Street | http://www.stjohnscinema.com/

A converted stage theater downstairs, and small intimate theater upstairs in what was once the theater balcony. Catch current movies for cheap, plus pizza slices and beer.

Moreland Theater

6712 Southeast Milwaukie Avenue | http://www.morelandtheater.com/

An independent, family-owned theater in Sellwood-Westmoreland, showcasing first run films at a neighborhood rate with excellent popcorn.