Beer and Booze
Rialto (529 SW 4th) stays open 365 days a year, 9am to 2:30am. While drinking beer play some pinball and pool, watch football on the ginormous TVs, or place some off-track bets.
The Hop & Vine (1914 N Killingsworth) is open from 10am to 1pm Thanksgiving Day for last minute needs!
Bottles NW (5115 NE Fremont) opens at 6pm on Thanksgiving Day!
You can also place bets at the track: Portland Meadows is open on Thanksgiving Day, and is offering a special traditional breakfast for only $5 (free fo Portland Meadows Rewards Members).
And Prost (4237 N Mississippi) opens the doors on Thanksgiving Day at 6pm for their 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Dinner, featuring, in addition to bier, booze, and hot cocktails for sale, a complimentary turkey dinner!
The Radio Room (1101 NE Alberta) will be opening for Thanksgiving at 5pm to 2am, and will be featuring a turkey dinner special,and many drink specials.
Saraveza (1004 N Killingsworth) is open 9am to 1pm-ish on Thanksgiving Day for Packers Fans and last-minute holiday beer!
The Oregonian‘s Michael Russell has the roundup of Portland Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner.
Eater PDX also has some suggestions as to Where to Eat Out Turkey Day.
Avoid the holiday crowds that will ensue on Black Friday by visiting Powell’s Books (1005 W Burnside location) on Black Friday Eve (aka Thanksgiving Day). The store will be open from 10am to 6pm.
Though not likely to be open all day, many grocery and convenience stores will be open for limited Holiday hours. Usually from late morning until early afternoon.
The Oregon Zoo is open on Thanksgiving day, with special Beast Feasts for the animals.
Watch Oregon Zoo animals enjoy special snacks and Thanksgiving-themed enrichment items like papier-mâché turkeys stuffed with yummy treats.
In West Linn, you might consider participating in the Turkey Trot. If you’re into that sort of thing.
Many bowling alleys and movie theaters are open Thanksgiving Day!