Octopus caught off the coast? Yes, please! That local delicacy was marinated and served chilled with a sun-dried tomato vinaigrette as a recent starter, shocking in its ultra-tenderness. This was just one of the impressive dishes highlighting the amazing ingredients from the Northwest. The beautifully prepared wild Chinook salmon with pea tendrils and fava beans was another seasonal treat. The real treat was the gracious service in this busy dining room, especially our seasoned waiter, who suggested excellent Oregon wine matches for the food. The Adelsheim Pinot gris was brilliant with the first course, and the deeply flavored, Burgundian-style Domaine Serene was incredible alongside the salmon. The menu might give potential diners that this venue is formal, but the crowd on a Monday night was a mix of casually attired guys and gals, businessmen and even a few stroller-pushing families. Everyone seemed united in their enjoyment of the plates set before them.
Upscale and romantic. Decadent, inventive Pacific NW cuisine. Menu emphasizes seasonal & locally-sourced ingredients.
$3 buck tickets, and Tuesdays are only $2 with kids $1! A great place to sit back with a slice of pizza and a glass of Black Rabbit Red and enjoy a movie with or without the kids. After the movie go for a walk and enjoy the shops on Hawthorne. An entertaining afternoon or evening.
Perhaps the best crust on Apizza ever. I highly recommend trying their house specials as well as their Margarita Amore pizza.
16165 SW Regatta Lane, Beaverton
The fries are to die for. They're battered, and amazing. It's obvious that they care about the customers, in the preparation of the food and in service, all the staff is friendly .…
1022 W Burnside St, Portland
Beware of female woman taking your purse and giving it to your boyfriend so you can dance together. Then if she tries to take it from your boyfriend so the two of you can dance…
1425 NW Glisan St, Portland
Cheflev here with another great dining find in Portland.
Touche 1425 Glison Street
An absolute must.
After an afternoon at the theater, my wife and I found Touche…
1967 W Burnside St, Portland
A comfortable, dark and very entertaining dive bar with red vinyl booths, velvet paintings, jukebox, punching bag game, pinball and a photo booth. The small plate of nachos makes…
14601 SE Division St, Portland
It isn't horrible, but it is just a shadow of the fun and energy that country had in the 90s. In Portland, the 90s bar was the Rock N Rodeo.
I guess younger 20-somethings…
510 NE 28th Ave, Portland
I am guessing this place used to be mother maybel's and is now clementine's? today was my first time there and likely the last. i am eternally hopeful for portland to get a decent…
719 SE Morrison, Portland
Yummy mac-n-cheese. A great selection of beers to choose from. Pinball, pool and sports. A comfortable and laid back place to hang out.
341 SW 10th Ave, Portland
Indie movies and a full menu of interesting fare? Winning! Comfy seating, too.
Bagdad Theatre & Pub. Great neighborhood anchor for movie, casual dining, and pub faring needs. Thanks Brian n Mike McMenamin. … read more
Firkin Tavern. A recent article in Esquire declared the end of dive bars. With Keno, heavy pours, friendly staff, and a free show almost every night of the week, the new Firkin Tavern easily debunks this notion. Check their Facebook page for upcoming events.… read more