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For nearly four generations now, the Bagdad's Mediterranean/neon persona and daily films have made it an icon of Portland's vibrant Hawthorne District. The interior is an attraction in and of itself, with barreled arches, ornate wrought-iron fixtures, brilliant mosaics and painted Mediterranean designs and characters. Bagdad Theater has 20,000-watt Surround Sound, K Prime digital projector, and luxurious rocker seating. The menu includes an expanded tap selection and grab-and-go theater classics like fresh pizza slices, popcorn and candy. Additional menu items will be available to deliver to those in the balcony seats. Kick back in the theater and enjoy a slice of pizza and a handcrafted ale during the show, or come early and enjoy dinner in the casual pub that fronts the theater – but beware, outdoor tables in the summertime may be hard to come by! It's some of the best people-watching seats in the whole city. Passport holders—you can get your Theater stamp by purchasing a ticket to any showing or by attending one of our weekly tours, every Saturday at 10 a.m. Bagdad allows pets at our sidewalk seating only. Accommodations Our theater offers a quality entertainment experience for deaf, hard of hearing and vision impaired guests. Our movie showings are closed captioned, and we offer individual Captiview closed caption devices that sit in your seat’s cupholder. In addition, we offer two types of headphones: hearing impaired headphones that amplify the dialogue, or visual impaired headphones that describe the scenery and action. Just inquire before showtime to use any of these devices. Online Ticket Questions If you purchased a ticket accidentally, for the wrong show or theater, or need a refund for any other reason, please call us at (503) 236-9234 for assistance. Back Stage Bar Bagdad Theater Pub Greater Trumps Menu Kids Happy Hour & Specials Beverage Dietary Restrictions Balcony Balcony Dietary Restrictions Happy Hour served daily 3-6 p.m. & 10 p.m.-close Drink specials 3-6 p.m. & 10 p.m.-12 midnight No substitutions, additions, or to-go orders Minimum drink purchase of $2 per person. Here at our pub and theater in Portland, Oregon’s freshest seasonal ingredients are the stars of the menu. We source from local and regional producers such as Tillamook Cheese and Ice Cream, Pleasant Valley Pickles, Sheridan Fruit Company, Country Natural Beef and many others to bring you a pleasant pub plateful. Try the house-made pizza, soups and more. Weekly specials highlight seasonal favorites. We also offer locally made, gluten-free buns, available for an additional charge with hamburgers and sandwiches – just ask your server about our dietary restrictions options. Please note: Although the bun is gluten-free, our kitchens are not. All Ales Wine Cider Alambic "13" Brandy Aval Pota Whiskey Billy Whiskey Black Rabbit Porter Black Rabbit Red Blackberry Cider Chardonnay Coffee Liqueur Edgefield Apple Cider Fireside Zinfandel Frank High Proof Rum Gables Gin Hammerhead Hawthorne Kölsch Herbal Liqueur No. 7 Hogshead Whiskey Jam Session ISA Joe Penney's Gin Longshot Brandy Magnifique Saison McMenamins Irish Stout Monkey Puzzle Whiskey Morning Dew Brandy Needles and Pins IPA Pear Brandy Phil Hazelnut Liqueur Pinot Gris Pinot Noir Pot Still Brandy Ruby Terminator Stout Three Rocks Rum Three Rocks Spiced Rum Tropic Heat Sour White Owl Whiskey White Rabbit Cast your imagination back to the Bagdad’s original opening day, in 1927…. Outside the new “Oasis for Entertainment,” hundreds crowded onto Hawthorne Boulevard, which was roped off for the big event. A street dance jumped to a live band as searchlights sliced through the night sky. Portland Mayor George Baker gave a rousing speech heralding the building’s importance to the community. And an orchestra performance, male quartet, Maryln Mills and her famous horse Beverly, a jazz band, a stuffed prop camel and a screening of Laura LaPlante’s Her Big Night (1926) dazzled all who attended. It was truly a glamorous night of nights on Hawthorne Boulevard. For several generations, “Meet me at the Bagdad!” was the slogan for area residents looking for a convenient escape or to catch a glimpse of stardom. Since acquiring the Bagdad in 1991, the McMenamins aim has been to continue that long tradition as a community gathering spot. About the Theater Few expenses were spared to create the eastside Portland movie palace. Capitalized in part by the deep pockets of its parent company, Universal Pictures, the Bagdad was called “a triumph of artistry and craftsmanship.” In 1927, it stood as the city’s largest theater outside the downtown area. Beyond its immense size, guests marveled at the theater’s gurgling fountain and grand colonnade in its foyer, along with its faux-Middle-Eastern decor, right down to the Arabian-styled uniforms worn by the usherettes. Even the conductor selected to lead the Bagdad’s house orchestra was a musician of great prominence, having studied under Tchaikovsky. At the time of the Bagdad’s opening, Americans’ fixation with movies and Hollywood was already well established. Demonstrating the local craving for celluloid heroes, a cider mill and church were sacrificed in order for the ornate Bagdad to be built on the site. A surge of excitement was generated worldwide in the months following the Bagdad’s opening by the premiere of the first “talkies.” Prior to 1927, theatergoers had enjoyed only silent films, accompanied by an organist or, in the more posh movie palaces like the Bagdad, a live orchestras. And, of course, vaudeville acts were very popular. So during the Bagdad’s first years, silent movies and vaudeville reigned supreme. In fact, vaudeville remained a key part of the theater programming through the 1940s. Sammy Davis, Jr., performing with the Will Mastin Trio, was one of the many acts to grace its expansive stage. The Bagdad has also been the scene of some notable movie premiere galas, including Star Trek III, 1776 and A Star is Born. In 1975, actors Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher along with producer Michael Douglas appeared at the Bagdad for the Oregon premiere of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. About fifteen years later, soon after McMenamins took stewardship, the premiere of My Own Private Idahowas screened here. These historic events and many others were depicted by McMenamins artists in a huge, colorful mural that hangs today at our Back Stage Bar, just around the corner. A New Life with McMenamins By the mid-1980s, the local and national media was issuing dire predictions about the health of all single-screen movie theaters. McMenamins, though, jumped at the opportunity to take over the Bagdad, bolstered by its success with its first theater-pub, The Mission in Northwest Portland, which opened in 1987. Over the course of McMenamins’ stewardship, the Bagdad hosted second-run films as well as special events. Through the Powell’s Books Author Series, we welcomed a parade of prominent writers and poets in the main auditorium. Music, too, became a popular addition as the occasional performance graced the main stage. Local and independent film screenings, stand-up comedians and trivia nights further added to the mix, while the beautiful space was often rented out for late-night private events and parties. Onward and Upward Today, we venture forth yet again on a new adventure for the Bagdad. As part of our conversion to a first-run-films theater, major upgrades and overall improvements to this grande ol’ dame include a 50% larger screen, 20,000-watt Surround Sound, K Prime digital projector and comfy new rocker seating. This state-of-the-art technical experience offers the latest in accessibility with closed captioning and hearing-impaired options. The concession menu has also undergone an upgrade, with an expanded tap selection and theater classics like fresh pizza slices, popcorn and candy. Additional menu items will be delivered to the balcony seats, thus improving the flow of foot traffic into the viewing area. The Bagdad’s much ballyhooed 1927 opening changed the face of the neighborhood and brought the allure of Hollywood to Southeast Portland. Through the years, this landmark property’s role grew as a favorite destination for folks from all over the region. We hope you continue to enjoy the historic, elegant Bagdad Theater as the people of Portland have for nearly ninety years (and counting). And now, let the show begin…. Hold your Private Event at Back Stage at Bagdad! Meetings Social Events This former behind-the-scenes Bagdad Theater staging area now hosts parties and private events. Reserve one of two upper rooms (or both if you like!) for groups up to 50 – each space boasts a pool table along with dining tables and seating. Or rent the Backstage Bar itself during off hours. A full catering menu is available for groups of 15 or more upon request. After your event, guests may wander a few steps to Greater Trumps to enjoy a cigar and tumbler of scotch, or around the corner to the Bagdad Theater & Pub to take in a movie.