The 9-year-old in me gets way too excited about sliders. Check out these places to find cute lil' burgers in Portland.
Order the $1 cans of Old German accordingly, just don't end up doing what very little hasn't been done in the photo booth.
Pause is great for large parties, as the restaurant and servers are accommodating. The food is simple and comforting. Try the sliders, fries and a beer of your choice $8.50.
The covered patio out back is the best place on Alberta to grab a brew. Mostly organic and local, the fare is ahead of the pack.
This downtown "dinerant" has the best of both words with its sloppy chili dogs and poutine, all in a fine dining atmosphere.
For $5 you can get 2 sliders, with a choice between BBQ pulled pork, falafel, or grinder. On Monday sliders are only $1 during happy hour.
My obsession with sliders is getting out of hand. They use local ingredients and cascade natural beef. Oh, and the burgers are sliders!
First choose the meat for your balls and then the sauce. Eat 'em on a sandwich or straight up. This airy addition to The Ocean restaurant complex serves Kool-Aid and all-you-can-eat spaghetti, in addition to salads and sandwiches.