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Globe Bar Cafe

2045 SE Belmont St.
Portland, Or 97214, US (map)

European/Northwest style bar cafe. Northwest wines and beers, classic cocktails and local spirits. Artisan pizzas and tapas. Vintage board games and puzzles. Engaging library and fire pit.

Future events happening here

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Past events that happened here

  • Saturday
    Jun 28 2008
    PDX Waffle-Up

    A bunch of PDX techie and creative types getting together for some seriously good waffles. Mmmmm waffles. You got a problem with that??

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  • Thursday
    Oct 23 2008
    Legion of Tech Happy Hour Meetup

    Globe Bar Cafe

    These are super informal meetups where we hang out, talk about geeky stuff (wikis, open source, new technologies, openid, ...), and wind down with like-minded people over beverages.

    Since this is the last meetup of the year (it doesn't make sense to have a 4th Thursday meetup in Nov/Dev to conflict with the holidays), we wanted to do something a little different ...

    Thanks to a sponsor who wishes to remain anonymous we will be having the meetup at Jace Gace. Our sponsor will cover the fee to rent the space for the evening, but you will be on your own to pay for drinks / waffles. Have you ever been to Jace Gace? They have the most amazing waffles and they have beer / wine! Mmmm, waffles and alcohol. Heaven.

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  • Tuesday
    Nov 16 2010
    TED Tuesdays at The Globe
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    Globe Bar Cafe

    Every Tuesday we show 3 TED Talks on our wall sized screen organized around a common theme.

    This weeks theme: The Mind

    Gero Miesenboeck reengineers a brain In the quest to map the brain, many scientists have attempted the incredibly daunting task of recording the activity of each neuron. Gero Miesenboeck works backward -- manipulating specific neurons to figure out exactly what they do, through a series of stunning experiments that reengineer the way fruit flies perceive light.

    Dan Gilbert asks, Why are we happy? Harvard psychologist Dan Gilbert says our beliefs about what will make us happy are often wrong -- a premise he supports with intriguing research, and explains in his accessible and unexpectedly engaging talk.

    VS Ramachandran on your mind Vilayanur Ramachandran tells us what brain damage can reveal about the connection between celebral tissue and the mind, using three startling delusions as examples.

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  • Thursday
    Mar 17 2011
    Portland R User Group Meetup

    Globe Bar Cafe

    The Portland R User Group's first meetup at The Globe!

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  • Wednesday
    May 25 2011
    Portland R User Group

    Globe Bar Cafe

    Our May meeting!

    Mike Prager will be giving the talk "Using R for post-processing results of compiled model code"

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  • Thursday
    Jun 16 2011
    Portland R User Group Meetup

    Globe Bar Cafe

    Noah Pepper will be giving June's R talk!

    Title:

    Data mining the United States patent record 1976-2009

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