Pépé le Moko

Row 1

407 SW 10th Ave (SW Stark St)
Portland, OR 97205
(503) 546-8537
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Serving raw oysters, bocadillos, and boozy cocktails. The spot's sense of humor emerges in its drink menu, which re-imagines the shitty drinks of your youthGrasshoppers, Long Island Iced Teas.
  • Fantastic drinks made by skilled bartenders. Worth the wait, worth the price.
  • Best cocktail bar in Portland, period.
  • Don't be afraid of trying a drink like the Long Island Iced Tea or Amaretto sour. Here, you're in good hands.
  • Pretty great little cave. The ceilings are curved, so if your date gets boring you can listen in on a conversation across the room.
  • Fantastic Bar. Very New York style speakeasy. Cocktails and Oysters were amazing!
  • Get the Grasshopper.
  • You were never here. You told no one. You didn't have Prohibition drinks in an underground tunnel bar with wicked bartenders and intimate booths lit by bare bulb and dropping in secrets and whispers
  • The grasshopper is a dreamy boozy milkshake and you should try it, but if you're on a budget, steer clear of their specialty drinks.
  • Order the cocktail you want not one off the list.
  • This little piggy went to Moko.
  • Really great cocktails and bartenders
  • You might think to skip the espresso martini because you've had them before. That's a mistake, this is the best Expresso Martini Ever.
  • nice place with speakeasy vibe and tasty drinks. Small and charming type of bar. Mexican bramble - light berry cocktail
  • Wonderful speakeasy cocktail bar
  • Old Fashioned
  • Fantastic bar with a bit of a speakeasy feel.
  • Sexy basement speakeasy with a real prohibition vibe. Grasshopper is delicious but pretty sure it's just a milkshake with no booze
  • Servers are great, just expect to wait for your cocktails.
  • The shrimp chips at Pp le Moko, which taste ever-so-pleasantly of the sea, are fried and then sprinkled with the Japanese spice mixture togarashi, and served with a lemon wedge on the side.

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