The Embers Avenue

The Embers Avenue, also known as Embers, was a gay bar and located in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood of , in the United States.

Landmarks in the Area

Museum
The Museum of Contemporary Craft based in was the oldest continuously-running craft institution on the west coast of the until its closing in 2016.

Theater
The Star Theater, formerly known as Princess Theatre and several other names, is a historic former silent film theater in , United States. Photo: Visitor7, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Work of art
Nepenthes is a series of four sculptures by artist Dan Corson, installed in 2013 along Northwest Davis Street in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood of , in the United States.

Office building
The U.S. Customhouse is a historic custom house in in Multnomah County, Oregon. is situated 380 feet northwest of The Embers Avenue.

Localities in the Area

Quarter
The Rose Quarter is a 30-acre sports and entertainment district located in Portland's Lloyd District on the east bank of the Willamette River, just east of downtown.

Neighborhood
Southwest Hills is a neighborhood in the West Hills in the southwest section of , , . is situated 1½ miles southwest of The Embers Avenue.

Neighborhood
Hillside is a Northwest neighborhood in the city's West Hills. is situated 1½ miles west of The Embers Avenue.

Neighborhood
Albina is a historical American city that was consolidated into in 1891. is situated 1½ miles north of The Embers Avenue.

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