Aftershock is part of the Epi-Center Bowling alley. The place is rather large with many TV's and it doesn't get too smokey. I had a good Heffeweizen and chicken fingers.
We watched the Spurs defeat Detroit and enjoyed their beer selection, food and service.
Dress Code: None, this is Oregon, not LA!
A small community is just about the same all over, Waldo's on main street is a good place with descent music and clientel and the normal friendly faces of the down to earth people.
avoid the many small local pubs and saloons around
Good crowd Good music on the weekends.
Dress Code: Typically anything goes casual.
A clean pair of jeans and t is about all you are going to really need around here. Be sure to pack a jacket, the nights can get cool even in the summer.
We had arrived on a Sunday, Memorial Day Weekend), and had a good walk around town without finding much in the way of entertainment before we stumbled on the Creamery. It's a brewpub and BBQ and when we walked thro' the door we were stunned. The place was packed. We just managed a place at the bar. A band of sorts was warming up which turned out to be the Klamath Blues Society, a collection of locals, (I assume), who get up and play for fun, (I guess). There must have been 20 of them taking it in turns all night. The music was great, the beer VERY good and came in Pitchers and a tasty generous plateful od BBQ'd meat. A very satisfying evening.
Dress Code: Can't say I noticed a code.