Wednesday & Thursday, 3 pm – 10 pm
Friday & Saturday, 3 pm – 1 am
Sunday, 3 pm – 10 pm
Happy Hour served 2 pm – 5 pm
Late night happy hour on Friday & Saturday served 11pm – 1am

Closed Monday & Tuesday

Upcoming Events

Oregon Cider Week
Saturday, Jan 13
Hammerhead's 38th Birthday
Thursday, Jan 25
National Tot Day
Friday, Feb 02
Ruby Ale’s 38th Birthday
Thursday, Mar 21

About Ringlers Annex

Tiny and terrific!

Our Crystal Hotel is right next door — in the same building, in fact! 

The pint-sized, pie-shaped Annex is a window on the world of Downtown Portland’s bustling West Burnside and Harvey Milk streets. Build in 1916 by architect F. Manson White, this Flatiron-style building was once purported to be the smallest commercial building on the West Coast.  It originally opened up as a tire shop and went through many iterations over the years until purchased by McMenamins and reopened as Ringler's Annex in 1996.

Venture down the stairs to the subterranean, speakeasy-esque cellar bar which winds through to Al’s Den, featuring live music and comedy. Escape the street-level hubbub for a handcrafted cocktail, craft beer or glass of Edgefield wine en route to your next destination.  

Dine al fresco year-round at our heated sidewalk seating. Indoors or out, Ringlers Annex is a hub for enjoying a creatively crafted beverage.

Ringlers Annex allows pets at our sidewalk seating only.


The menu features local ingredients, house-baked breads, desserts and pastries from the Crystal Bakery, a specialty cocktail menu and an affordable yet approachable wine list, while a well-trained waitstaff provides a comfortable and welcoming guest experience. No reservations are necessary; stop by for a quick business lunch, a pre-show drink or an evening date night.
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