Caldera Public House
Upon the slopes of Portland’s urban volcano, Mt. Tabor, sits the aptly named Caldera Public House. Built in 1910, the space was originally a pharmacy before becoming the neighborhood pub it is today. Aside from featuring rotating taps of the finest local beers and ciders, Caldera also offers high chairs, sippy cups, coloring placemats, and a children’s menu.
Bonus Points: There is a low couch made by the owner Kevin Overby’s dad from an old claw-foot bathtub that kids love.