What am I, chopped liver? If only I were, then I could put myself on this list of awesome spots to spread a little meat on a cracker and nom nom nom all the way home.
Eric Finley and Paula Markus’s salami and pate are among the best in town, thanks to their own USDA-certified curing facility in North Portland.
This sexy neighborhood restaurant-meets-wine-bar offers up European class & unassuming high-style. Head in for a late-night weekend burger & vieux carre.
LOVE their chicken-liver pâté plate--a large cup of smooth pâté with a thin layer of clarified butter, served with onion apple jam, pear mustard, pickled onions, cornichons, bread and crackers. Classic
Sweet French eatery with a penchant for foie gras, pigs feet, and killer cocktails. Have barman Kyle Webster whip you up something original with your favorite spirit.
When three young chefs combine forces with international influences, the result is an eclectic and flavorful menu of modern dishes like crispy pig ear salad and heirloom tomato french toast with preserved lemon aioli.
Le Pigeon's kid brother grows up. Gorgeous pressed-tin ceiling, red booths, sophisticated & chic vibe. Menu packed with gems like grilled trout and the famous Le Pigeon burger.
The goods: locally-made soft-serve ice cream, shuffleboard, free old-school video games (yes, unlimited Ms. Pac Man and Donkey Kong), frozen margaritas, and kid-friendly bar food that feels like a mash-up of gourmet regional cuisine and the deep-fried-everything booth at the state fair.
Genoa's little sister is a go-to spot for brunch with a great Bloody Mary and a seasonally-shifting menu of benedicts, pastries, frittatas, and comforting dishes like creamy polenta or shortrib hash.
Awesome rotisserie chicken, sandwiches, and meats to-go from the deli case. This location is home to OP's USDA-certified meat facility, but the eatery is anything but industrial
Sweet and romantic French-inflected restaurant with a woman-powered kitchen, great cocktails, refined entrees, and a must-try happy hour menu. Sundays are all-day industry happy hour.
Rum Club is an industry favorite. Expect to see high-profile bartenders drinking Fernet and trading stories from the night's service. Try the Ellwood.