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729 SW 15th Ave., Portland, OR 97205
Take a step into the Golden Age of Hollywood at Gracie’s , an eatery that has the elegance and glamour of the 1920’s and a menu complete with classic American dishes. Located inside the luxurious Hotel deLuxe in Downtown Portland, Gracie’s offers high end-dining with a capacious menu for both brunch and dinner. They use only local and fresh Pacific Northwest ingredients in their dishes, and the result is nothing short of appetizing. With a high ceiling, large glass mirrors and numerous chandeliers, the sophistication and glamour of Gracie’s is a must-try on many people's dining experience.
14500 SW Murray Scholls Dr, Suite 103, Beaverton, OR 97007
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Enjoy a wonderful meal with a charming lake view! Cafe Murrayhill serves breakfast, lunch and dinner – along with tempting desserts and great wines. All in a comfortably chic neighborhood cafe. Don't miss our unbeatable Happy Hour with refreshing cocktails, great Northwest wines, and your favorite local brews.
1001 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205
Located inside the elegant Heathman Hotel, the Heathman Restaurant and Bar offers a casually formal dining atmosphere with French inspired cuisine, innovative cocktails, all which can equate to an intimate yet fun experience. Chef Philippe Boulot, a James Beard Best Chef award winner in 2001, is a Pacific Northwest native with a stress on utilizing the best of Oregon's produce and products. With options for private dining, an afternoon tea room, and catering services, the Heathman Restaurant and Bar is a cozy, casual, and elegant spot for any meal, any time of the day.
830 E. Burnside St., Portland, OR 97214
Much admired in the local Portland crowd, the below street level Doug Fir Lounge is not only a club, but it’s a club with appetizing food—not to mention a fan following of concert goers of all musical genres and ages. Designed to resemble a chic log cabin, this vintage inspired restaurant is also a bar and a club that is both successful and popular, standing as a staple in Portland culture. Located inside the hip Jupiter Hotel, Doug Fir is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus a happy hour to boot. Featuring menu options for ...
1230 NW Hoyt St., Portland, OR 97209
Fratelli knows how to create a magical meal for each and every guest. A rich and thoughtful menu of regional Italian cuisine is constructed around locally sourced, organic ingredients that are used simply and elegantly to accentuate their quality and flavor. This rustic inspired eatery tantalizes your eyes and taste buds all at once. Featuring authentic dishes with flavor and flair, Fratelli Ristorante & Bar is a taste of Italy for the Pacific Northwest.
4703 NE Fremont St., Portland, OR 97213
If you’re looking for a little taste of Italy, look no further. Amalfi’s Italian Restaurant is a quaint family owned restaurant on Fremont Street. Started by a couple in 1959, the restaurant has since been taken over by their granddaughter, Kiauna Floyd.Amalfi’s has come a long way in the past couple of years, and now seats up to 250 people. It offers a variety of pastas, salads, and customized Pizzas. But while this big time pizza maker is constantly expanding, they manage to stay true to their promise of “excellence and commitment” by using only the original recipes and the ...
529 NW 23rd Ave., Portland, OR 97210
With its “new American tavern” philosophy and gastro-pub style, 23 Hoyt offers a fresh take on farm-to-table American classics. The restaurant features a modern yet comfortable dining room filled with understated nature-themed décor as well as outdoor café seating amidst the trendiest boutique neighborhood in Portland. The dinner menu presents a variety of dressed-up American classics and several made-to-share entrees with plenty of vegetarian options. Boasting an extensive happy hour menu with everything from light appetizers and small dishes to Chef Amber Webster’s take on the Deluxe Burger, 23 Hoyt is a great place to stop by for a relaxing ...
10 NW 12th Ave., Portland, OR 97209
Appropriately nestled in a building that crafted beer for more than 140 years, Henry’s Tavern now carries over 100 beers on tap and satisfies diners with a genuine appreciation for history and quality. The original Blitz-Weinhard Brewery building retains iconic features like its smokestack, and an enlivened sense of inspiration finds its way into every pint and plate served. The Henry’s menu takes a fairly avant-garde approach to pub fare, offering everything from sausage tasting plates to 28-day aged steaks. And with its impressive Happy Hour food menu, good eats and a good time are always close at hand.
1313 NW Marshall St., Portland, OR 97209
The Bridgeport Brewpub, of the Bridgeport Brewing Company, serves up sophisticated pub fare and award-winning beer in a rustic ad inviting urban space. Thriving under the mantra “Every beer. Every time.” Bridgeport prides itself on presenting consistently excellent ales to guests every single day. Each style of beer is naturally conditioned in its prospective cask, keg, or bottle to ensure a smooth and flavorful product. And the Bridgeport food menu is afforded the same degree attentiveness. Gourmet salads, sandwiches and burgers, along with a thoughtful selection of vegetarian options are for the picking and pair brilliantly with any of their ...
250 NW 13th Ave., Portland, OR 97210
Restaurateur Bruce Carey’s Bluehour, named for that ethereal time between day and night, is a sophisticated take on Northwest-inspired Mediterranean cuisine. The sleek, contemporary dining room is a harmony of dramatic high ceilings and austere décor. With an intimate private dining space with a wall back-lit with 3,000 wine bottles, this is the ideal gathering place for a group of up to 100 people. Executive Chef Kenny Giambalvo’s fresh menu changes with the seasons but fear not, his signature dishes are as constant as the blue hour that the restaurant is name for.
500 NW Davis St., Portland, OR 97209
Guests entering Davis Street Tavern may feel as if they’re stepping into an elegant, yet domestic cabin- style pub. The brick interior and polished wood-paneled ceiling are matched with candle-lit tables and dangling wooden chandeliers creating a calm and dim setting. This seafood and steak restaurant is led by Chef Gabriel Kapustka, who cooks with locally-grown, fresh produce and variety of meat types. Some sandwiches and burgers offered include lamb, pulled pork and strip loin. Accompanying the hardy and delicious American meal options are draft and bottled beers, specialty and classic cocktails, and a wide-ranging wine list, aiming to please ...
16035 SW Boones Ferry Rd., Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Since 1980, owners Riccardo and Georgette Spaccarelli have provided Lake Oswego with fine dining and spectacular Italian cuisine. Simple furniture and décor combine to create an unassuming, relaxed atmosphere. With Italian recipes and culinary tradition passed down from Riccardo’s grandmother, Riccardo’s provides traditional Italian cuisine in a comfortable environment. Also well known to diners and connoisseurs alike is Riccardo’s selection of red and white Italian wines. So if fine Italian cuisine and wine in the Lake Oswego area is what you’re yearning for, Riccardo’s is the place to be.
2703 NE Alberta St., Portland, OR 97211
$$ Top 10
The essence of traditional, vibrant Thai cuisine can be found in the heart of Portland – Siam Society Bistro and Bar preserves the rich cultural heritage of authentic Thai cooking and offers guests a savory culinary tour of the country with each dish served. From their selection of hand-ground curries to their commitment to using locally sourced meats and produce whenever possible, Siam Society ensures each dish reflects their dedication to quality and flavor. In fact, this pledge to providing guests with the best of the best has led to full vegetarian, vegan, and wheat-free menus to deprive no one ...
213 SW Clay St., Portland, OR 97201
First opened in Chicago in 1978, Morton’s Steakhouse still retains their vision of quality, consistency, and genuine hospitality today. Co-founders Arnie Morton and Klaus Fritsch invented the “Million-Dollar Hamburger,” which evolved into Morton’s motto for quality and great food. With less than two percent of the nation’s meats designated as “prime,” Morton’s is among one of the steakhouses where prime meats are delivered. The Steakhouse facilitates banquets with their own special linen, silverware, centerpieces and chandeliers along with people dressed to the tees. With over 75 locations, the establishment that had started with hamburgers has evolved into a steak connoisseur’s ...
1012 NW Glisan St., Portland, OR 97209
The Silk Vietnamese Restaurant and Bar is located just on the outskirts of The Pearl District, one of Portland’s most well known art scenes and Urban legends. As well as an affordable menu, enjoy Silk’s comfortable outdoor seating and the Pearl District’s chic vibes. The myriad of colorful flavors that frequent Silk‘s dishes seem to be as equally enticing as the dramatic ambiance and setting. Lemongrass, ginger, garlic, and turmeric are just some of the many spices that add to the many exotic dishes served here. Inspired by travels through Vietnam, Silk’s Asian inspired cocktails and dishes are an interesting ...
214 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205
Saucebox prides itself in serving pan Asian and Pacific Island cuisine that has never been so “sexy, delicious and swanky.” Restaurant not only serves high quality, authentic, yet inventive cuisine full of flavor, and original cocktails, but also provides a club venue atmosphere. Music is as much a part of this eatery as what comes on the plates, and resident DJ, Mr. MuMu makes sure the music leaves its mark with diners, whether it’s a soft background melody or the pulsing beat of one of their dance parties!
406 SW 13th Ave., Portland, OR 97205
Putting a modern spin on traditional Japanese foods is nothing new for this restaurant in downtown Portland. This Locally owned and family operated restaurant has been creating some inimitable dishes since 2004. Masu prides itself on its variety, service, and ability to accommodate both small and large parties with space for up to 175 people; guests can even take advantage of a private room for smaller parties. With its second story view, beautiful wood paneling, and a lounge area, Masu sushi’s chic and modern style makes it a great place to grab a drink or even sit down for a ...