• Mox Portland's New Cocktails & Desserts 2023
    • May 4th 2023
    • Posted by Tony Pizzo

    Mox Portland's New Cocktails & Desserts 2023

    Spring has sprung here in Portland and our restaurant team is spicing up our menu with a whole new batch of delicious Zero Proof cocktails, desserts, and even… dessert cocktails!First up, we're thrilled that the community has responded so positively to our non-alcoholic creations! So this season we're bringing FOUR new Zero Proof cocktails, check out our menu! Try the Wandering Cactus with prickly pear and agave flavors, or cool off with an Exotic Bird Bingo - tiny umbrella included! We're also concocting the Love Potion No. 3 with strawberry and lychee purée, or the dark and spicy Eventide with ginger beer and vanilla bitters.Next up are the incredible new dessert cocktails you've gotta try! Our Berry Manacello combines marionberry whiskey with lemoncello, lemon juice, and simpl
  • Flooding at Mox Portland
    • Dec 8th 2022
    • Posted by Tony Pizzo

    Flooding at Mox Portland

    Early Wednesday morning (12/7), we arrived to open the store and were faced with a terrible surprise: our building was severely flooded. Water had seeped through the walls and ceiling, damaging RPG books, MTG cards, office carpets, and even some of our beautiful wooden fixtures and cabinets.UPDATE Wednesday 12/14/22: Great news everyone! We're opening again this evening at 4pm! We're still in the middle of some repairs, so please forgive any areas still under construction. We're open for dining and drinks, and you're welcome in to play and buy some games & gifts. Please note: our MTG Portal is still going through repairs and card pick-ups are still unavailable until next week. We couldn't be more excited to welcome everyone back to Mox. Thank you for all of your wonderful support
  • Mox Boarding House Opening in Portland
    • Jul 8th 2020
    • Posted by NELLY STEINER

    Mox Boarding House Opening in Portland

    This Friday, July 10th, we are finally opening our doors to Portland! While things haven’t gone quite according to plan (who had global pandemic on their bingo card!?), we took the extra time to polish everything to perfection. Mox Boarding House – Portland 1938 W Burnside St Portland, OR 97209 Tel: 503-506-0669 Website: Opening Hours 11am to 10pm Monday to Friday 10am to 10pm Saturday and Sunday Mox Boarding House – What to expect! After months of building, painting, wiring, and crafting, everything has taken shape. We’ve been stocking the shelves with all your favorite titles, putting together the bar, and crafting the perfect menu. (Are you as excited for lollipo
  • Mox Portland – We’re Hiring
    • Jun 15th 2020
    • Posted by NELLY STEINER

    Mox Portland – We’re Hiring

    Join the Mox Team! If you want to be part of a passionate, kind, and hardworking team, make sure to join us! We’re looking to build a diverse crew that has a love for games, community, and excellent customer service. Bring your resume, cover letter, and references to your interview. We’ll be getting in touch to schedule interviews for the week of June 22nd. Ideally training would start at the beginning of July. Open Positions Maybe one of these roles sounds perfect for you? Or, if you have a friend or family member that would be a great fit, tell them about us! If more than one role speaks to you, you can apply to each one. Click on the links below to get full details on each role. To apply for any role please use this link (or the links below) to submit your resume and cover le
  • Mox PDX – Hiring Kickoff
    • Jan 22nd 2020
    • Posted by NELLY STEINER

    Mox PDX – Hiring Kickoff

    We’ve had a lot of inquiries from people asking when we will start accepting applications for Mox PDX. Well, we’re happy to report that we’re ready to start building our team for Mox Portland!Mox is a place of community At its core, Mox is about people. We build a welcoming place where everyone has a place at our campfire. At the core of that community is our staff –they are there day in and day out, fostering the community and championing Mox’s vision. “What I love about Mox Boarding House more than anything is the community that we’ve created with our customers, with our employees, and with our neighbors. I love selling games to people, I love making people laugh and making them happy. This company does a really good job at that and I am happy to be a part of it.” – Kris Hedrick,
  • Mox PDX – Update
    • Jan 2nd 2020
    • Posted by NELLY STEINER

    Mox PDX – Update

    What a year it has been! This time last year, we were looking at an empty building with wonder. How do we take this and make it into a Mox Boarding House? We have gone through countless hours, days, and weeks of demolition and construction. Miles of electrical wiring and many sheets of drywall. We are slowly seeing a transformation. The plumbing and electrical is in place, the milling is complete, and we are starting to close off walls and ceilings. We’re putting in kitchen equipment as we speak. Soon we will be adding those special final touches like adding furniture, finishings, and painting the walls. For the time being, you can see our new Mox PDX art featured in the windows along West Burnside Street. Can you guess the theme of each piece? If you see them in person, be sure to
  • Coming Soon: Mox PDX
    • Feb 28th 2019
    • Posted by NELLY STEINER

    Coming Soon: Mox PDX

    That’s right, Mox Boarding House is coming to Portland in early 2020!Mox PDX will be located near the beloved Providence Park, at West Burnside Street and SW 19th Ave. Boasting 10k square feet, the new location will be uniquely designed especially for PDX, while featuring the retail, restaurant, and event space that Mox’s customers and community have come to expect of the Mox brand.Like our other spaces, Mox PDX will have a large gaming room for MTG tournaments and league events, themed nights, and learn to play events. It will also have one-of-a-kind private rooms that can be reserved for any occasion, from game nights to corporate meetings. Each private room will have its own distinct theme. What are the themes you ask? It’s a surprise, so you’ll have to wait until the big reveal. Make s