Port City Music Hall gets late-night license

We wrote last week about Port City Music Hall's application for an after-hours entertainment license, which would allow the music/food venue to stay open until 3 am for late-night parties (booze sales would still shut down at 1 am, per state law).

While there was some consternation among law enforcement and city officials regarding the very idea of after-hours events, PCMH manager Rob Evon must have quelled their fears: the Portland Police Department backed off its resistence to the late-night concept, and the city council voted 9-0 last night to allow Port City its permit.

Stay tuned for news about PCMH's first night-owl bash.

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