2112 NW Kearney St, Portland, OR 97210
$$ Top 10
Serratto serves up authentic dishes inspired by Italian, French, and Mediterranean cuisine with an emphasis on seasonality and freshness. Located in a quaint yet lively neighborhood, Serratto's menu changes seasonally, always offering a new taste of their ever evolving dishes. They also have an extensive wine list focusing on traditional wine regions such as Piemonte and Tuscany, as well as emerging production zones such as Sicily, Friuli, and Apulia. Serratto can be considered an ideal place for lunch meetings, special events, private dinners, or just meeting up for a glass of wine. This neighborhood eatery has a touch of elegance …
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.
200 NE 28th Ave., Portland, OR 97232
Sweeping across continents to greet Portland diners is the vivacious and sultry flavors of the Mediterranean found at Tabla Bistro. This Mediterranean-inspired eatery captures the vibrant interplay of cultures and cuisines that make up the region’s culinary identity; from Italy to Spain to Northern Africa, every bite of Tabla’s exquisite fare has an origin and history. Keeping the menu fresh and intriguing is Tabla’s enthusiasm for contemporary twists on old favorites – by reinterpreting classic recipes using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, there’s always going to be an exciting bite to be savored.
1125 SE Division St., Portland, OR 97202
Located in Southeast Portland, Portobello Vegan Trattoria features dishes inspired by the culinary traditions of France, Italy, and Spain. Owners Dinae Horne and Chef Aaron Adams emphasize local, organic, and vegan foods and wines as part of a menu that changes seasonally. It includes almost exclusively handmade items, down to the stuffed pastas and cultured cashew cheese. In addition to exclusively vegan fare, Portobello provides soy - and gluten-free options, as well as several completely raw entrées and desserts. With wood paneling and soft green walls, the well-lit dining room is complete with tables and chairs created by a local …