Ancona - Italy Restaurants
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 ...
1438 NE Alberta St., Portland, OR 97211
Inspired by a greater environmental awareness, the Tin Shed is a quaint garden café that is dedicated to providing its diners with fresh, local ingredients. The Tin Shed offers a variety of different menus, including a breakfast menu available through the early afternoon, a kid’s menu, and even a menu for dogs. Throughout each of the menus are many flavorful vegetarian options. This restaurant features a modest storefront and outdoor seating. Located in the Alberta Arts District of Portland, this charming little café will have diners coming back again and again for quality food and quality service.
204 SE Oak St., Portland, OR 97214
Serving diners since 1974, Produce Row Café is a veteran of the Southeast Industrial District of Portland. This restaurant/bar hybrid offers a covered and heated patio, occasional live music, and comfort food such as meatloaf or mac and cheese. The atmosphere is often described as one of leisure, as can be seen and felt as soon as you sink into one of the “kush” booths available for seating. Perhaps one of the restaurants greatest attributes comes in the form of dessert: a waffle sandwich stacked with vanilla ice cream, bacon, peanut butter, honey, and cinnamon.