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    23Hoyt

    NW Portland • American/New American • Featured

    23Hoyt is a New American tavern restaurant located in the heart of Nob Hill. It is at once an everyday neighborhood favorite and a destination for a special night out – comfortable, modern, delicious and friendly.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Warm potted pork rillette with prune mustard spread, pickles and Texas toast
    -OR-
    Fried cauliflower with herb aioli, cashews and paprika
    Second course (choose one):
    Radicchio salad with pancetta, eggs and sunflower seeds and Gorgonzola buttermilk dressing
    -OR-
    Potato leek soup with potato puff, Pecorino cheese and black truffle vinaigrette
    Third course (choose one):
    Applewood-smoked quail and garlic sausage with creamy polenta, braised greens and smoked quail jus
    -OR-
    Wild-mushroom-stuffed cabbage roll with bulgur wheat, Parmesan, squash and roasted tomato sauce
    Suggested pairing:
    Hopworks Survival
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    Bar Avignon

    Division / Clinton • French, Wine Bars/Tasting • Featured

    This neighborhood European-inspired bistro has a market-driven menu that changes daily, featuring such dishes as oysters on the half-shell, house-made pasta and charcuterie. Hand-crafted cocktails, eight beers on draught, a beer engine and an award-winning wine list (with 25 wines by the glass) help quench your thirst. Bar Avignon also features outdoor seating and a weekday happy hour.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Groundwork Organics spring lettuce with shallots and honey-apple-cider vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Roasted chicken consommé with oyster mushrooms, sautéed onions and tarragon oil
    Second course (choose one):
    Caramelized fennel risotto with roasted beets, herbed goat cheese and fennel fronds
    -OR-
    Seared pork chop with Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider-glazed new potatoes, rapini and thyme
    -OR-
    Roasted half chicken panzanella with asparagus, radish, Grana Padano, baguette and lemon-garlic dressing
    Third course (choose one):
    Gooey chocolate brownie with Jacobsen smoked salt caramel sauce
    -OR-
    Carnaroli rice pudding with vanilla brown butter syrup
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    Bazi Bierbrasserie

    Hawthorne, SE Portland • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, European, German • Featured

    If monks lived in Portland, this would be their watering hole. Bazi is a Belgian beer bar in Southeast Portland serving European comfort food and 17 Belgian-inspired craft beers on draft, as well as premium liquor and more than 40 bottled beers.

    Watch all your favorite sporting events including Portland Timbers games on the 119″ big screen.
    Open 3pm-11pm Sunday-Thursday, 3pm-1am Friday and Saturday.

    Menu
    First course:
    Spinach croquettes, paired with an India pale ale
    Second course:
    Chicory and pear salad with pecorino cheese, candied walnuts and balsamic vinaigrette, paired with a wheat beer
    Third course (choose one):
    Pan-seared sage chicken breasts with foraged mushrooms and roasted vegetables, paired with a saison beer
    -OR-
    Roasted cauliflower risotto with turnips, beet greens and cheddar frico, paired with a saison beer (vegetarian)
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    Besaw’s

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • Northwest/Regional • Featured

    A local institution since 1903, Besaw’s has continued to delight friends and families as their favorite neighborhood café. The building, dating back to the 19th century, is bright and bustling during the day, then cozy and intimate in the evening. Besaw’s breakfast, lunch and dinner use only the finest ingredients from local, cage-free eggs, organic meats, produce and items from the vegetable garden. Unpretentious, delicious dinners are served five nights a week and breakfast and lunch are served seven days a week.

    Menu
    First course:
    Grilled prawns with cornbread croutons, arugula and chili aioli
    Second course:
    Fontina- and chard-stuffed pork roulade with soft polenta and Deschutes Cinder Cone Red jalapeño chutney
    Third course:
    Rhubarb crisp with vanilla whipped cream
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    Bottle + Kitchen

    Downtown • American/New American • Featured

    Located at Hotel Rose, Bottle + Kitchen we’re serving up globally inspired, locally refined food and craft cocktails. Come gather around our floor-to-ceiling fireplace and experience Chef Ron’s innovative menu, then finish your evening with one of our willpower-crushing desserts.

    Menu
    First course:
    Arugula salad with jicama, pineapple and an orange-chili vinaigrette
    Second course:
    Pan-seared trout with lemon-thyme gnocchi, braised celery and parsley sauce
    Third course:
    S’mores cake with graham-cracker crust, cheesecake, house-made marshmallow and chocolate sauce
    Suggested Pairings:
    Reverend Nat's Hard Cider - Revelation Newton Pippen, Deschutes/Goose Island Collaboration - Class of 88 - Belgian Style Ale, Rogue Chocolate Stout
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    BridgePort Brewing Co.

    Pearl District • Breweries/Distilleries, Brewpubs, Brewpubs/Breweries, Cult Status • Featured

    Established in 1984, BridgePort Brewing is Portland’s oldest craft brewery and is located in a century old brick and timber building. Today, it is one of the top specialty brewers in the state, producing more than 100,000 barrels per year and dristributing to 18 states. The brewpub features brewery-fresh ales, a mezzanine bar and cocktail lounge, outdoor seating, two private event rooms and free brewery tours.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Small salad of mixed greens
    -OR-
    BrewPub salad
    -OR-
    Caesar salad
    -OR-
    Vegan kale salad
    Second course (choose one):
    Mixed grill of house-smoked, all-natural pork loin and triple-smoked lager beer brat with stewed white beans, kale and house porter mustard
    -OR-
    Wild Alaskan sockeye salmon with red wine-braised lentils, butternut squash purée and apple chutney
    -OR-
    Daily fresh sheet of rotating, seasonal pub specials
    Third course:
    Bear Hug Chocolate Cherry stout cake
    Pairing:
    Menu includes a 20oz Imperial Pint of choice
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    Cafe Nell

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • American/New American • Featured

    With a Cobb salad for lunch, braised meats and pan roasted chicken for dinner and rustic fruit pies for dessert, Cafe Nell clearly wants to make you feel at home. For added warmth, there’s a red-tiled fireplace in the dining room, and during the afternoon, sunlight pours through two walls of mullioned windows. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it feels like the kind of place where you can just drop on by. For peak dinner times, reservations are recommended.

    Menu
    First course:
    Fresh spring onion soup with pickled ramps and chive oil
    Second course:
    Chicken fricassee with spring vegetables and herbs sautéed with Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider and Pearl Bakery grilled buttered brioche
    Third course:
    Composed salad with roasted fava beans, Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider-cured Draper Valley chicken liver, egg mimosa, watercress, radish and Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider vinaigrette
    Suggested Pairing:
    Reverend Nat's hard ciders
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    clarklewis

    Central Eastside, SE Portland • Northwest/Regional • Featured

    In what was not long ago a loading dock, clarklewis is a sophisticated gem on the creative frontier of Portland’s inner eastside. Chef Kyo Koo’s hearty dishes from the wood-fired hearth/rotisserie find their perfect complement in the fresh, unmanipulated flavors of the best in locally sourced produce. Clarklewis is open weekdays for lunch and Monday through Saturday for dinner.

    Menu
    First course:
    Arugula salad with almonds, raisins, pecorino, whole-grain mustard and apple vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Bruschetta with watercress, foraged mushrooms, roasted garlic and melted brie
    Second course (choose one):
    Braised beef short ribs with creamy polenta, Broccolini and herbed bread crumbs
    -OR-
    Tagliarini clams with white wine, chili flakes and house-cured bottarga
    Third course (choose one):
    Toasted almond panna cotta with saba and anise-seed biscotti
    -OR-
    Ginger-spice cake with roasted apples, oat streusel and apple cider caramel
    Suggested pairings:
    First course: Deschutes Brewing Chainbreaker IPA Second course: Hopworks Urban Brewery's Velvet ESB or Rogue's Juniper Pale Third course: Reverend Nat's Revival Hard Cider
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    Deschutes Brewery & Public House

    Pearl District • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Breweries/Distilleries, Brewpubs/Breweries • Featured

    Deschutes Brewery’s Portland Public House has become a destination for great beer, delicious food and a relaxed urban atmosphere since it opened in the Pearl District in 2008. The pub’s distinct Northwest style brings a taste of Central Oregon to the heart of Portland, and its 18 taps feature Deschutes Brewery staples and seasonal favorites, as well as a selection of experimental beers developed and brewed on-site.

    Menu
    First course:
    Bacon-wrapped rabbit mousseline with hazelnuts
    -OR-
    Hopped lox with cucumber, crème fraÎche and sunchoke chips
    Second course:
    Flat iron steak with paprika fries
    -OR-
    Bison burger with smoked pomegranate pork belly
    -OR-
    Vegetable fettuccini
    -OR-
    Special of the day
    Third course:
    Chocolate cheesecake
    -OR-
    Malted panna cotta
    Suggested pairing:
    Foray Belgian IPA, Red Chair NWPA, Black Butte Porter
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    Doug Fir Restaurant, Bar & Lounge

    SE Portland • American/New American, Live Music • Featured

    The iconic Doug Fir Lounge combines live music, great dining and hip style that draws local fans and visitors from around the world. Opened in October 2004, Doug Fir Lounge made an immediate and dramatic impact on Portland’s live music scene and the lower East Burnside neighborhood. Indie bands perform nightly amid log-cabin décor and fine acoustics.

    Menu
    First course:
    Seared ahi tuna with crisp wonton, sweet soy reduction and wasabi cream
    Second course (choose one):
    Braised pork with a mango glaze, creamy grits and bacon-braised greens
    -OR-
    Quinoa with sautéed spinach, red pepper, red onion, butternut squash, roasted garlic, Roma tomatoes and feta cheese
    Third course:
    Vanilla bean ice cream with candied bacon and house-made bourbon-caramel sauce
    Suggested pairing:
    Bridgeport Trilogy, Bridgeport Crystal-Hopped Pale Ale, Bridgeport Aussie Salute IPA, Bridgeport Brewers Class
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    Gather Food & Drink

    NE Portland • Northwest/Regional • Featured

    Gather Food & Drink is Portland’s newest spot to sip, socialize and sample the best of local Northwest tastes. Delight in inspired seasonal fare, with unique selections reflecting the changing array of food and drink produced locally. Share small plates with a group or order a delicious entree for yourself … with free parking and the MAX just steps away, it’s the perfect place to Gather with your friends before the concert or the game.

    Menu
    First course:
    Tomato bisque with Carmelina tomatoes and basil
    -OR-
    White bean and kale soup with fried kale and basil oil, served with gathered greens and a mustard vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Caesar salad
    Second course (choose one):
    Braised beef short rib with pecorino polenta, roasted beets, Swiss chard, port wine and fried shallots
    -OR-
    Fish tacos with ale-battered Pacific cod, shredded cabbage, pico de gallo, smoked poblano crème fraîche, cotija cheese and mixed greens
    -OR-
    Ramen bowl with wild mushrooms, scallions, rice noodles, snap peas, radicchio, corn, tamari soy curls, miso broth, Thai basil and toasted peanuts
    Third course (choose one):
    Pumpkin cheesecake
    -OR-
    Flourless chocolate cake
    -OR-
    Caramel flan
    -OR-
    Pear cobbler
    Suggested pairing:
    1st Course: Bridgeport Blue Heron Pale Ale or Portland Brewing IPA 2nd Course: Hopworks IPA or Rogue Dead Guy 3rd Course: Deschutes Black Butte Porter
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    Gilda’s Italian Restaurant & Lounge

    SW Portland • Italian • Featured

    Named after chef Marco’s grandmother, Gilda’s serves the type of delicious food you’d find in an Italian home. If you don’t have your own Italian Nona nearby, Gilda’s is happy to stand in as the family dinner table.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Small salad of organic greens, green onions, carrots, radishes and a Champagne vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Small Caesar salad of whole leaf romaine, house-made dressing and Parmigiano-Reggiano
    Second course (choose one):
    Risotto fungi with carnaroli rice, crimini mushrooms, peas, house-made pancetta and truffle oil (can be made vegetarian)
    -OR-
    Northwest natural chicken breast pan-roasted with fennel, capers, crimini mushrooms, shallots, capers, lemon and sherry
    Third course (choose one):
    Tiramisu with lady fingers, espresso, amaretto, mascarpone, meringue and chocolates shavings
    -OR-
    Cannoli pastry shell filled with sweetened ricotta and pistachios
    Suggested pairing:
    First course: Deschutes Mirror Pond or Pieropan Soave Classico Second course: HUB organic Saison or Michele Chiarlo Barbera d' Asti Third course: Reverend Nat's Cascadia Cider or Cavit Moscato, Provincia di Pavia
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    Hoda’s Middle Eastern Cuisine

    Belmont • Catering, Mediterranean/Middle Eastern • Featured

    Hoda’s Middle Eastern Cuisine builds on a family tradition of delicious food and warm hospitality. Owner and culinary master Hoda is a second-generation Portland restaurateur who grew up in Beirut, where she cultivated a palate for the highest-quality authentic Lebanese cooking. After immigrating to the U.S. in 1984, she attended Portland State while her parents opened the popular Nichola’s Restaurant. Hoda’s passion for fresh, delicious flavors led her to open Hoda’s with her husband, Hani, and their three children (including three-month-old twins). Today they carry on the tradition of Nicolas’s welcoming atmosphere with true Middle Eastern hospitality, serving recipes developed and cooked by Hoda herself, using only the freshest organic, locally sourced ingredients.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Tabouleh salad of finely chopped organic Italian parsley, diced tomatoes, red onions, fresh mint, olive oil and bulgur wheat with fresh lemon
    -OR-
    Hummus made from local garbanzo beans and baba ghanouj made from local eggplant
    Second course (choose one):
    Braised tender lamb shanks topped with toasted almonds and basmati saffron rice
    -OR-
    Chicken and lamb kabob with grilled vegetables and basmati saffron rice
    -OR-
    Grilled eggplant stuffed with green pepper, onions, mushrooms, cumin and toasted almonds topped with homemade tomato sauce over basmati rice and basmati saffron rice
    Third course:
    Nights of Lebanon: Heavy whipped cream pudding topped with fresh seasonal fruits, almonds, pistachios and dates drizzled with orange blossom syrup
    Suggested pairings:
    Deschutes Mirror Pond, Laurelwood Workhourse IPA, Widmer Hefeweizen, Erath Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)
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    Hopworks Urban Brewery

    SE Portland • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Breweries/Distilleries, Brewpubs/Breweries • Featured

    Hopworks Urban Brewery is Portland’s first eco-brewpub to offer all organic, handcrafted beers with fresh local ingredients in a sustainable building. The 20-barrel brewery produces 11,000 barrels of beer every year for the brewpub and distribution in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. In addition to 10 draught and 2 cask beers at all times, the HUB brewpub also features burgers, sandwiches, salads, soups and pizzas. For families, Hopworks offers a “l’il brewers” menu of organic kid (and even baby!) food, as well as a play areas with books, toys and chalkboards within parents’ view.

    Menu
    First course:
    Hopworks’ famous house-made beer pretzels with HUB Lager mustard and warm beer-cheese sauce
    Second course:
    Bomber barbeque bacon cheeseburger with Tillamook cheddar, Velvet ESBBQ sauce, natural smoked bacon, mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato and onion
    Third course:
    HUB house-made carrot cake with hopped ginger frosting
    Three course meal comes with a pint of Hopworks Organic Ale (15 different styles of beer to choose from). Suggested pairings: HUB Lager German Pilsner, Deluxe Organic American Strong Ale, Motherland Russian Imperial Stout
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    Huber’s Cafe

    Downtown • American/New American, Catering, Events Services • Featured

    Huber’s, established in 1879, is Portland’s oldest restaurant and bar. Dinner in the historic dining room, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is like stepping back in time. It has solid mahogany paneling, a terrazzo floor and is crowned by a stained glass skylight. Roasted turkey continues to be the house specialty since the saloon days, but today they also feature fresh seafood and Certified Angus steaks.  Huber’s is also famous for their flaming Spanish coffee drinks.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Soup of the day
    -OR-
    Salad of organic field greens with your choice of salad dressing
    Second course:
    Grilled and flame-broiled bone-in pork chops seasoned with garlic, thyme, rosemary and olive oil, topped with a dried cranberry-apple chutney and served with sautéed fresh vegetables and mashed potatoes
    Third course (choose one):
    Cheesecake
    -OR-
    Pumpkin pie
    -OR-
    Apple blackberry cobbler
    -OR-
    Tiramisu
    -OR-
    Chocolate mousse
    -OR-
    Bread custard pudding
    -OR-
    Sorbet
    -OR-
    Ice cream sundae
    -OR-
    Brownie sundae
    Suggested pairing:
    Deschutes Mirror Pond Pale Ale
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    Jo Bar & Rotisserie

    NW Portland / Nob Hill • American/New American • Featured

    Jo Bar & Rotisserie opened its doors in 1995. The brainchild of the owners of the adjacent Papa Haydn restaurant, its focus is wood oven-fired and spit-roasted fare. Unpretentious and welcoming, yet refined and serious about its critically acclaimed food, wine, and distilled spirit offerings, Jo Bar will feel comfortable whether you’re on your way to the opera or a baseball game. Peruse the menu and wine list, make a reservation, and find out for yourself just how good it really is.

    Menu
    First course:
    Fried calamari with a cornmeal crust, chilies and scallions
    Second course:
    Chicken confit, chive mashed potatoes, roasted asparagus and chicken demi-glace
    Third course:
    Dark tower chocolate fudge cake, hazelnut chocolate mousse, cherry tuile and Black Forest ice cream
    Suggested pairing:
    First course: Reverend Nat's Hallelujah Hopricot
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    Meriwether’s Restaurant & Skyline Farm

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • Northwest/Regional • Featured

    One way to make sure you’re cooking with the freshest ingredients is to grow them yourself. Meriwether’s grows the produce it serves at its own Skyline Farm and is proud to be among only a handful of truly farm-to-table restaurants across the country. Chef Dolan Lane’s menus are inspired by the Willamette Valley’s peak-of-the-season abundance, matching our harvest with some of the finest raw ingredients in the world, from the farmers, fishers and ranchers of the Pacific Northwest.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of arugula with shaved fennel, olive oil-fried almonds, feta and preserved huckleberry vinaigrette
    Second course:
    Braised pork cheeks glazed with Reverend Nat's Hallelujah Hopricot hard cider, Roy’s Calais flint corn polenta and braised early spring greens
    Third course:
    Butterscotch pot de crème with vanilla whipped cream
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    North Light

    Mississippi / Williams • American/New American • Featured

    Located in the heart of the vibrant Mississippi shopping district, North Light serves up a sophisticated twist on comfort food and drink. A signature New American menu appeals to discriminating palates in search of cuisine that is both refined and casual. Working with local purveyors for a distinctively Portland experience, proprietors Christopher Gutierrez and Hope Beraka are proud to present their latest neighborhood go-to spot – one that bucks pretense with contemporary flair, and a focus on the guest experience.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of roasted beets, pickled beet tops, frisée, spiced almonds and blood orange-goat cheese dressing (gluten-free)
    Second course:
    Seared duck breast with duck confit, parsnip purée, marasca cherry demi-glace and radicchio salad (gluten-free)
    -OR-
    Herbed wild mushrooms and sweet potato wrapped in phyllo dough, parsnip purée, marasca cherry glaze and radicchio salad (vegan)
    Third course:
    Crème fraîche cheesecake with oat shortbread, kumquat marmalade and burnt honey sauce
    -OR-
    Sorbet pairing of blood orange and black currant (gluten-free, vegan)
    Suggested pairing:
    First course: Hopworks Urban Brewery Lager Second course: Deschutes Black Butte Porter
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    Pacific Pie Co. – Northwest

    NW Portland / Nob Hill • Bakeries, Cafes/Delicatessens, Catering • Featured

    Sarah and Chris started by selling their pies at local farmers markets, and then opened a small cafe in Southeast Portland in 2010. Today, Pacific Pie Co. offers two full-service restaurants and bar serving lunch and dinner, a bakery, a cafe, and take-out and catering. Each week, Pacific Pie Co.’s pastry chef bakes up a selection of sweet pies celebrating local ingredients and the best seasonal fruit.

    Menu
    First course:
    Artichoke fritters with roasted garlic aioli
    -OR-
    Lamb meatballs with smoked paprika cream
    Second course:
    Beer-braised beef short rib pie with an organic green salad and truffled parsnip purée
    -OR-
    Creamy white bean, kale and mushroom pie with an organic green salad and truffled parsnip purée
    Third course:
    Chocolate mousse tart with raspberries and Chambord sauce
    Suggested pairing:
    First course: Reverend Nat's Revelation Newton Pippin Cider Second course: Hopworks Seven Grain Survival Stout or Rogue Farms Honey Kolsch
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    Pacific Pie Company

    Central Eastside, SE Portland • Bakeries, Cafes/Delicatessens, Catering, Events Services, Vegetarian • Featured

    Sarah and Chris started by selling their pies at local farmers markets, and then opened a small cafe in Southeast Portland in 2010. Today, Pacific Pie Co. offers a full-service restaurant and bar serving lunch and dinner, a bakery, a cafe, and take-out and catering. Each week, Pacific Pie Co.’s pastry chef bakes up a selection of sweet pies celebrating local ingredients and the best seasonal fruit.

    Menu
    First course:
    Artichoke fritters with roasted garlic aioli
    -OR-
    Lamb meatballs with smoked paprika cream
    Second course:
    Beer-braised beef short rib pie with an organic green salad and truffled parsnip purée
    -OR-
    Creamy white bean, kale and mushroom pie with an organic green salad and truffled parsnip purée
    Third course:
    Chocolate mousse tart with raspberries and Chambord sauce
    Suggested pairing:
    First course: Reverend Nat's Revelation Newton Pippin Cider Second course: Hopworks Seven Grain Survival Stout or Rogue Farms Honey Kolsch
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    Paley’s Place Bistro & Bar

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • Catering, Northwest/Regional, Wine Bars/Tasting • Featured

    Paley’s Place offers Pacific Northwest regional cuisine in the warm, inviting setting of a Victorian home. Chef and owner (and James Beard Award-winner) Vitaly Paley creates seasonal menus from the bounty of the Northwest with Southern French and Northern Italian influences. While the wine list offers an extensive selection exclusively from the wine regions of Oregon, Washington and France, “Wine Wednesday” takes a more global approach to wine tasting with wine flights available from around the world. Seating is intimate yet casual in the dining room and bar or outside on the porch.

    Paley’s Place Catering offers all types of menus, from standing cocktail reception hors d’oevure to buffet & family-style meals to plated and coursed dinners. You will find the same award-winning, locally-driven cuisine found at Paley’s Place at your event. We also enjoy opportunities to offer foods beyond those you would find on the restaurantÂ’s menu, such as multicultural-themed dishes and seafood buffets. For weddings and other events with many out-of-town guests, Paley’s Place cuisine is the perfect way to showcase Oregon’s bounty.

    Contact our us at paleys@teleport.com to inquire about your event. Have Paley’s at your Place!

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of kale and roasted acorn squash with chèvre and balsamic vinegar
    Second course:
    Red wine-braised lamb shoulder, soft polenta and orange gremolata
    Third course:
    Warm gingerbread with roasted rhubarb and crème fraîche
    Suggested pairings:
    Rogue Ales beer pairings for an additional $15 or house wine pairings for an additional $20
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    Papa Haydn East

    SE Portland, Sellwood-Moreland • Bakeries, European • Featured

    Papa Haydn’s, named after a Viennese composer, is a destination restaurant renowned for desserts with a dinner menu characterized by classical European cuisine. Though there is another popular Papa Haydn restaurant on Northwest 23rd Avenue, this original eastside location has been open since 1978. Papa Haydn is a great destination for lunch or Sunday brunch, though any sweet tooth will argue the outstanding and extensive dessert menu is the real highlight.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of organic field greens with toasted hazelnuts, Gorgonzola, julienned Granny Smith apples and balsamic vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Shrimp toast with Oregon bay shrimp, soy glaze, chili oil and cilantro
    Second course (choose one):
    Risotto of seasonal mushrooms, marinated beets and sauce verte
    -OR-
    Hama Hama Rama: Hama Hama clams, ramen noodles, bacon dashi, leeks, shiitake mushrooms, lovage and pimento
    Third course:
    Any one of Papa Haydn’s dessert offerings, excluding desserts for two
    Suggested pairing:
    Second course: Reverend Nat's Revival Hard Apple Cider
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    Papa Haydn West

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • Bakeries, European • Featured

    Papa Haydn, named after a Viennese composer, is a destination restaurant renowned for desserts with a dinner menu characterized by classical European cuisine. Though its original location is on Portland’s Eastside, the Northwest Papa Haydn has been open since 1983, and the adjoining Jo Bar & Rotisserie opened in 1998. It’s also a great destination for lunch or Sunday brunch, though any sweet tooth will argue the outstanding and extensive dessert menu is the real highlight.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of Bartlett pears, golden beets, escarole, blue cheese, toasted hazelnuts and white balsamic vinaigrette
    Second course:
    Grilled marinated pork loin with carrots, marble potatoes, green peas and mushroom jus
    Third course:
    Any one of Papa Haydn’s dessert offerings
    Suggested pairing:
    Second course: Reverend Nat's Hallelujah Hopricot
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    Picnic House

    Downtown • American/New American • Featured

    The Picnic House was established in 2012 as a place for fresh, fanciful and flavorful food. You can dine in the Grand Room (c. 1926) or at a table reclaimed from a 700-year-old fir tree, or even grab & go to picnic with your cuisine where you would like. The lunch menu consists of soups and sandwiches, and dinner offers small plates, soups and salads.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of arugula, watercress, avocado, sugar peas, pepitas and green goddess dressing with fire-roasted carrot soup and ancho chili purée
    Second course (choose one):
    Espresso-rubbed lamb shank with red Russian kale and roasted sugar dumpling squash purée
    -OR-
    Risotto with Grana Padano, wild mushrooms and pea shoots
    Third course:
    Trio of citrus: Blood orange and white chocolate sorbet, Key lime chèvre cheesecake, lemon-almond tartlet
    Suggested pairing:
    First course: Portland Brewing MacTarnahan’s Amber Ale Second course: Deschutes Obsidian Stout or Bridgeport Brewing India Pale Ale Third course: Portland Brewing Rose Hip Gold
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    Portland Prime

    Downtown • Steak Houses • Featured

    Portland Prime serves local seafood, steaks and chops in a refined setting. The Prime Bar features vintage cocktails, local craft beers and stellar wine list.

    Menu
    First course:
    Prime house salad of field greens tossed with tomato, cucumber, red onion, toasted pumpkin seeds, Granny Smith apples and Tillamook cheddar, dressed with Champagne-raspberry vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Slow-roasted prime rib
    -OR-
    Grilled salmon au poivre: Salmon with a real maple and tamari reduction
    -OR-
    Chicken Modena: Pan-seared tender scaloppini of chicken breast with sautéed mushrooms, onions and prosciutto, reduced with balsamic and heavy cream
    -OR-
    Grilled artichoke, sautéed mushrooms and Parmesan eggplant with duchess potatoes and broccoli hollandaise
    Third course (choose one):
    Red velvet layer cake
    -OR-
    Lemon chiffon cheesecake
    -OR-
    Gluten-free chocolate torte
    Suggested pairing:
    BridgePort India Pale Ale, Deschutes Black Butte Porter, Deschutes Mirror Pond Pale Ale or Hopworks Urban Brewery Lager
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    Salty’s on the Columbia

    Airport • Seafood, Steak Houses • Featured

    • 3839 N.E. Marine Drive,
      Portland, OR 97211-2129
    • 503.288.4444

    The best seafood and steak restaurant in Portland isn’t downtown, it’s on the Columbia River. Salty’s award-winning fresh Northwest seafood cuisine and attentive friendly service is further enhanced by inspiring views of the mighty Columbia and Mount Hood from its two-story deck and walls of windows. The menu offers fresh Dungeness crab and Maine lobster (so fresh they’re swimming in the lobby’s saltwater tanks) to Alaskan salmon and halibut in season, oysters and clams from Northwest beaches or Certified Angus Beef Natural steaks, pasta and an award-winning Sunday Brunch. The Bar-Café offers more intimate dining, cocktails, a great happy hour and live jazz on select evenings.

    Menu
    First course:
    Smoked salmon and beer cheese bisque made with Deschutes Mirror Pond Pale Ale, Gouda, brioche crouton and salmon roe
    Second course:
    Fresh herb and mushroom-crusted king salmon with Bridgeport India Pale Ale- and mustard-glazed fingerling potatoes, pickled onion and herb oil
    Third course:
    Mint-chocolate silk tart with chocolate custard, sugar cookie crust and whipped mint crème
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    Songbird

    Belmont • American/New American, Bakeries, Cafes/Delicatessens • Featured

    Songbird is a neighborhood eatery perched on Mount Tabor, serving fresh Northwest farm-to-table food with neighborhood-y, friendly service. Open for brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner, also serving Stumptown coffee and house-made pastries in the morning.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of butter lettuce, pickled red onion, radish, crushed croutons and green goddess dressing
    Second course (choose one):
    Crispy chicken breast, grilled asparagus, white cheddar grit cake, bacon lardons, mustard vinaigrette and microgreens
    -OR-
    Cornmeal-crusted portobello mushroom with romesco sauce, goat cheese, sage and basil pesto, artichoke heart, leek, cherry tomato and crispy kale
    Third course:
    Classic crème brûlée with fresh berries
    Suggested pairing:
    Seasonal drafts from Hopworks Urban Brewery, Rogue Ales and BridgePort BrewPub
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    The Country Cat Dinner House & Bar

    SE Portland • American/New American, Northwest/Regional • Featured

    The Country Cat is a down-home neighborhood restaurant in Southeast that specializes in farm-to-table cuisine. It offers outstanding brunch and dinner in a comfortable, lively, family-friendly environment. From the fried chicken to the “whole hog” plate, everything is prepared and crafted in-house.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of English peas, goat cheese, mint and cucumber
    Second course:
    Country Cat hickory-smoked baby back ribs with barbecue baked beans and fennel slaw
    Third course:
    Lemon pound cake with lemon cream and cherry compote
    Suggested pairing:
    Option of Deschutes Cascade Ale or HUB Lager
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    Thirst Bistro

    Downtown • Northwest/Regional, Wine Bars/Tasting • Featured

    • 0315 S.W. Montgomery St., Suite 340,
      Portland, OR 97201
    • 503.295.2747

    Thirst Bistro offers premiere riverfront dining that highlights Pacific Northwest ingredients paired with local wines, craft brews and spirits. On summer evenings, the waterfront patio dining with views of the river, bridges and city can’t be beat.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Garden salad
    -OR-
    Hot Dungeness crab dip with rustic baguette
    -OR-
    Baked French brie with port reduction and apple slices
    Second course (choose one):
    Seven-hour braised pulled pork on truffled polenta
    -OR-
    Pacific Northwest salmon with beurre blanc and herbed wild rice
    -OR-
    Bistro steak with caramelized onion-smashed potatoes and braised greens
    -OR-
    Vegetarian pasta of the day
    Third course (choose one):
    Crème brûlée of the day
    -OR-
    Warm chocolate bread
    Suggested pairing:
    Deschutes Chainbreaker India Pale Ale, Bridgeport Kingpin Red Ale or Rogue Chocolate Stout
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    Venture Portland

    Pearl District • American/New American • Featured

    Jamison, a new restaurant overlooking the fountains of popular Jamison Square, offers uniquely prepared New American fare crafted with farm-fresh, seasonal ingredients.

    Menu
    First course:
    Reverend Nat's Revival Dry Hard Cider-steamed Mediterranean blue mussels, bacon, garlic and grilled bread
    Second course:
    Butcher's cut marinated and grilled pork with rosemary-infused spätzle, braised savoy cabbage and pork demi-glace
    Third course:
    Chocolate cake, peanut butter buttercream, salted caramel ice cream and house-made white chocolate magic shell (gluten-free)
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    Xico

    Division / Clinton • Mexican • Featured

    This upscale casual Mexican eatery takes a fresh and seasonal approach to Mexican fare. Xico is committed to quality and sustainability, offering small plates and entrees that cater to both carnivores and vegetarians. The walk-up lunch window serves rotisserie food to hungry passersby on the go.

    Menu
    First course:
    Wild octopus ceviche with mango, tomato and herbs on squid ink tortillas
    Second course:
    Local, free-range chicken cooked in a black, burnt-chili seasoning with egg, avocado and orange-pickled red onions
    Third course:
    Mindy's carrot cake with canela-crema frosting, piloncillo sugar brittle and raisin liqueur
    Suggested pairing:
    Reverent Nat's Hard Ciders
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    3 Doors Down Café

    Hawthorne, SE Portland • Italian

    3 Doors Down offers a doff of the hat to Mother Italy and a harmonious affair with locally procured Pacific Northwest and American cuisine. A playful, thoughtful and engaging dining experience begins with the dynamic wine list and cocktails on tap, flowing effortlessly to the inventive starters, big bowls of pasta and shellfish, perfectly grilled fish and meats, and spaghetti-and-meatball Sunday suppers.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Eggplant and Parmesan rollatini
    -OR-
    Panko-crusted potato croquettes with raclette fondue
    -OR-
    Salad of bibb lettuce, smoked bacon, chives and creamy garlic dressing
    Second course (choose one):
    Creamy macaroni and cheese with house-made fettuccine, creamy fontina cheese sauce, roasted squash and radicchio
    -OR-
    Coq au vin: Red wine-braised chicken with mushrooms, cipollini onions, lardons and potatoes
    Third course (choose one):
    Fudge brownie with house-made ice cream of the day
    -OR-
    Café au lait pot de crème
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    Acadia

    NE Portland • American/New American, Southern/Cajun/Creole

    Chef Adam Higgs welcomes you to the finest in New Orleans dining on the West Coast. Located in the Sabin/Irvington neighborhood of Portland, Acadia’s goal is to create modern American cuisine rooted in the “melting pot” food culture that is Louisiana. The menu features locally grown fruits, vegetables and meats, as well as exclusively U.S. wild-caught seafood from the Gulf Coast and Pacific Northwest.

    Menu
    First course:
    Deviled egg with blue crab meat
    Second course:
    Louisiana barbeque shrimp with lemon, black pepper, white wine and butter
    Third course:
    Bronzed wild-caught Louisiana sheepshead with buttermilk cornbread purée, green tomato relish and brown butter
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    Accanto

    Belmont, SE Portland • Italian

    Accanto is a lively cafe, enoteca and neighborhood gathering spot in Southeast Portland. Inspired, by the many neighborhood enotecas throughout Italy, Accanto strives to be Portland’s version of this communal gathering space. The restaurant’s menu changes seasonally but always offers guests an array of starters and antipasti, six different daily house-made pastas and nightly entree specials. The wine list draws from Europe as well as the Pacific Northwest, and guests can also choose from neighboring Genoa’s extensive bottle selection. The beverage list features cocktails made with local spirits, and Italian grappas and digestivos.

    Menu
    Antipasto:
    House marinated olives and fried almonds with rosemary
    First course (choose one):
    Soup of the day
    -OR-
    Escarole salad with sheep's-milk feta, citrus and oven-dried olives with burnt orange vinaigrette
    Second course:
    Rigatoncini with water buffalo ragù, broccoli raab and ricotta salata
    Third course:
    Tiramisu
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    Al Amir Lebanese Restaurant

    Downtown • Mediterranean/Middle Eastern

    The food is largely traditional Middle Eastern fare, but each dish is surprisingly subtle, complex and full of flavor. The lentil soup is lighter than you’d expect and resonant with lemon. To get a good idea of what Al-Amir is all about, the Lebanese Tour comes with hummus, smoky baba ghanouj, impeccable grape leaves, tabbouleh, falafel and a choice of entree.

    Menu
    First course:
    Al Amir sampler: Hummus platter, baba ghannooj, tabouleh, grape leaves and falafel
    Second course (choose one):
    Mixed grilled kabobs of lamb, chicken and shrimp served with special house-made rice
    -OR-
    Khudar sautée of cauliflower, zucchini and carrots topped with our special garlic and tahini sauce
    Third course:
    Baklava
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    Aquariva

    Downtown, SW Portland • American/New American, Northwest/Regional, Vegetarian

    Aquariva, located on the Willamette River at the edge of the South Waterfront District, has a casual, comfortable environment and offers seasonally and locally sourced comfort food. Enjoy the views from the restaurant, outdoor patio or bar, which offers happy hour from 3-6:30 p.m.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Curried butternut squash soup with cardamom cream and crispy potatoes
    -OR-
    Salad of endives, smoked blue cheese, spiced walnuts, shaved red onion, manchego and citrus vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Crispy-skinned salmon with sweet potato-goat cheese purée, chickpea ragout and smoked onion relish
    -OR-
    Braised beef short ribs with aged cheddar polenta and tomato jam
    Third course (choose one):
    Chocolate and Szechuan peppercorn pot de crème with sea salt and crème fraîche
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    Autentica

    Alberta Arts District • Mexican

    The aptly named Autentica serves traditional, authentic Mexican cuisine inspired by chef/owner Oswaldo Bibiano’s hometown, Guerrero, Mexico. Using fresh, local ingredients Autentica creates rich and flavorful sauce and tortillas individually handmade with a traditional press. Vegetarian options are available, and many dishes can be made vegan upon request. Pazole is served each Thursday (a Mexican tradition).

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Fresh kale and queso fresco salad with sesame seeds, pickled red onion and apple cider vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Whole romaine leaves with avocado, cilantro, radish, spicy toasted peanuts and spicy cotija cheese dressing
    -OR-
    Daily fish ceviche with Thai chilies, red onion, sea salt and fresh-squeezed lime juice with house-made crispy tortillas
    Second course (choose one):
    Slow-cooked Cascade Farms brisket with Mexican spices and dried chilies, served with whole pinto beans
    -OR-
    Roasted Carlton Farms pork leg in dark chili paste with apple cider vinegar, onions and tomatoes over jalapeño frito salsa
    -OR-
    Fried potato and cotija cheese cakes over guajillo chili and black bean sauce
    Third course (choose one):
    Goat's-milk caramel custard with whipped cream and fresh fruit
    -OR-
    Two scoops of house-made ice cream (inquire about flavors)
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    Aviary

    Alberta Arts District, NE Portland • American/New American, Northwest/Regional

    In Northeast Portland’s Alberta Arts District, Aviary welcomes guests for dinner at its chef’s counter, communal table and seasonal patio Monday to Saturday. The restaurant space combines urban industrial design with local art, reclaimed wood from the original site and locally crafted lighting, while the three co-chefs collaborate on an eclectic menu of small plates inspired by more than a decade of cooking experience in New York and Portland. The menu focuses on the creative use of quality ingredients and locally sourced product in Asian fusion-inspired dishes.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Dungeness crab chawanmushi with bone marrow, sea urchin, Asian pear, snap peas and truffle vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Warm vegetable salad with romanesco, pumpkin, Brussels sprouts, lime-pickle vinaigrette and black garlic
    Second course (choose one):
    Miso-braised beef short rib with taro root, Asian pear, yuzu kosho slaw
    -OR-
    Pan-seared salmon with cauliflower, saffron, green apple, trout roe and American caviar
    Third course (choose one):
    Ricotta and rhubarb strudel
    -OR-
    Chocolate budino with butterscotch and cherry
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    Biwa

    Central Eastside, SE Portland • Japanese

    Gabe Rosen’s renowned Biwa restaurant serves homestyle Japanese food like yakitori, handmade ramen and udon, and plenty of sake. Other highlights include the sashimi, an open kitchen and inviting atmosphere, and the cultishly beloved Biwa Burger (usually only available late-night).

    Menu
    First course:
    Sashimi moriawase (daily selection of sashimi), kinpira gobo (burdock salad), ohitashi (salad of spinach and dashi), sunomono (salad of seaweed and vegetables)
    Second course:
    Tako (grilled octopus), kimchee (fermented cabbage), gyoza (pork dumpling), agedashi tofu (fried tofu) and yakitori (assortment of grilled chicken and vegetables)
    Third course:
    Yakionigiri (grilled rice ball), pork stew with rice balls and tsukune dango (chicken meatballs)
    Fourth course:
    Miso ice cream
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    Bluehour

    Pearl District • Northwest/Regional

    Bluehour is Portland’s premier modern Mediterranean restaurant and bar. Located in the Pearl District, this landmark is a tourist and local favorite for an everyday occasion or a special night out. Chef Dolan Lanes presents an elegant and transporting menu in the dining room and a comfortable, deeply-satisfying menu in the cafe/bar and at lunch.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of asparagus and fennel with pickled sunchokes, crispy morels and malt vinegar
    Second course:
    Grilled pork porterhouse steak with radishes, cornmeal gnocchi and nettle velouté
    Third course:
    Chocolate mousse torte with ganache and cognac cream
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    Boke Bowl – Eastside

    SE Portland • Asian, Japanese, Korean

    Boke Bowl, which started as a monthly pop-up experience in 2010, serves ramen with handmade noodles, unique slow simmered dashis, and seasonally changing accoutrements aimed to satisfy carnivores, pescatarians, vegans, and children alike. Other dishes include seasonal steam buns, fresh salads, house-brined pickles and miso butterscotch twinkies. Boke also hosts a weekly Korean Fried Chicken Night.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of Brussels sprouts
    -OR-
    Salad of kale, apple or squash
    -OR-
    Steamed buns (beef brisket, fried chicken, curried squash, miso mushroom, pork belly or peanut butter and jelly) of your choice
    Second course:
    Ramen of your choice (pork, seafood-miso, caramelized fennel or duck) with one side of your choice (fried chicken, smoked tofu, cornmeal-crusted oysters, pork belly or slow-cooked egg)
    Third course (choose one):
    Boke Twinkies
    -OR-
    Coconut, kaffir and lemongrass tapioca (gluten-free and vegan)
    -OR-
    Five-spice chocolate pot de crème
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    Boke Bowl – Westside

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • Asian, Japanese, Korean

    This second location of Boke Bowl, which originally started as a monthly pop-up experience in 2010, serves ramen with handmade noodles, unique slow simmered dashis, and seasonally changing accoutrements aimed to satisfy carnivores, pescatarians, vegans, and children alike. Other dishes include seasonal steam buns, fresh salads, house-brined pickles and miso butterscotch twinkies. Boke also hosts a weekly Korean Fried Chicken Night.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of Brussels sprouts
    -OR-
    Salad of kale, apple and squash
    -OR-
    Steamed buns (beef brisket, fried chicken, curried squash, miso mushroom, pork belly or peanut butter and jelly)
    Second course:
    Ramen of your choice (pork, seafood-miso, caramelized fennel or duck) with one side of your choice (fried chicken, smoked tofu, cornmeal-crusted oysters, pork belly or slow-cooked egg)
    Third course (choose one):
    Boke Twinkies
    -OR-
    Coconut, kaffir and lemongrass tapioca (gluten-free and vegan)
    -OR-
    Five-spice chocolate pot de crème
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    Brasserie Montmartre

    Downtown • French

    Tucked away on a narrow street in downtown Portland’s historic Calumet building, the Brasserie Montmartre has evoked the feel of Paris and given a nod to the past while being quintessentially Portland since 1979. Enjoy live jazz four nights a week, one of Portland’s best happy hours and special monthly dinners.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Living lettuce salad with croutons, shaved carrots, Parmesan and sherry vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Soup du jour
    Second course (choose one):
    Baked Mary's half chicken with French marmalade, herbes de Provence and extra-virgin olive oil and pommes purée
    -OR-
    Daily preparation of fresh local and exotic seafood
    Third course:
    Crème brûlée
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    Brix Tavern

    NW Portland, Pearl District • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns

    Located in the Pearl District, and two blocks west of the Portland Streetcar line, Brix Tavern offers a unique collection of enduring American comfort food with a classic tavern vibe. Ideal for large groups, this bustling space features a menu built around years of simple American cooking, a brick fire oven for thin crust pizzas, and a rotisserie oven cranking out savory meats.
    Brix serves lunch daily at 11AM, happy hour from 3-6 PM, and dinner at 5PM. Brown Bag lunches are also be available for delivery and pick-up 7 days a week, perfect for your next office lunch meeting!

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Tomato-basil soup with bacon, sweet onions and cream
    -OR-
    Beet salad with roasted local Chioggia and golden beets, hazelnuts, white wine emulsion, goat cheese and micro greens
    -OR-
    Barbeque bacon wedge salad with crisp iceberg lettuce, crisp bacon, oven-roasted tomato and sieved egg
    -OR-
    Oregon blue cheese house salad with mixed greens, spiced hazelnuts, dried cranberries, sunflower seeds, chèvre and citrus vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Classic Caesar salad of crisp romaine with jalapeño Caesar dressing and Parmesan crouton
    Second course (choose one):
    Alaskan king crab and rock shrimp cake with basil mashed potatoes, spring succotash and citrus slaw
    -OR-
    Grilled British Columbia wild salmon with lemon risotto, grilled vegetables and citrus beurre blanc (gluten-free)
    -OR-
    House-crafted ground short rib burger with pickled onion, heirloom tomatoes, black truffle emulsion and rocket greens on a pretzel bun served with fries
    -OR-
    Smoked bacon macaroni and cheese with caramelized onions and Parmesan bread crumbs (gluten-free pasta available)
    -OR-
    Chicken-fried chicken breast with country gravy, basil mashed potatoes and spring vegetable succotash
    -OR-
    Braised Cold Creek Farms short rib with butternut squash risotto and wild mushroom port jus
    -OR-
    Alaskan halibut with hefeweizen-battered tater tots and citrus slaw
    -OR-
    Baked chicken pot pie with caramelized onions, wild mushrooms, sweet peas, baby carrots and a house salad
    -OR-
    St. Helens Ranch dry-aged rib-eye with a pinot noir reduction, wild mushrooms, basil mashed potatoes and winter succotash
    -OR-
    St. Helens Ranch dry-aged New York steak with blue cheese fondue, gratin potatoes and winter succotash
    -OR-
    Draper Valley Farms cider-brined half chicken with garlic, thyme and natural jus
    -OR-
    Apple-smoked and roasted Diestel Farms turkey breast with cranberry sauce and natural jus
    -OR-
    Smoked, roasted Harris Ranch 10-ounce prime rib with ancho chili demi-glace and creamed horseradish
    Third course (choose one):
    Blackberry buttermilk pie with vanilla bean ice cream
    -OR-
    Heath bar brownie topped with chocolate chunk ice cream
    -OR-
    Warm bread pudding with vanilla bean ice cream and bourbon caramel
    -OR-
    Molten torte with caramel praline ice cream
    -OR-
    House-made vanilla cheesecake with blackberry coulis
    -OR-
    Root beer float with vanilla whipped cream, French cherries and a chocolate cigar
    -OR-
    Crème brûlée with lemon curd and seasonal fruit
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    Café Castagna

    Hawthorne, SE Portland • European

    • 1758 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd.,
      Portland, OR 97214
    • 503.231.9959

    Café Castagna serves classic dishes in a warm and casual space. Diners can enjoy a roast chicken, perfectly cooked pastas or one of the city’s best hamburgers. The full bar features cocktails that are both imaginative and balanced — often fun new twists on well-known favorites. The wine list is expertly curated, and for those who want cellared wines, the list from the restaurant next door is also available. No reservations are necessary for parties less than five.

    Menu
    First course:
    Fried kibbeh, tahini panissa, harissa and kohlrabi salad with yogurt
    Second course:
    Roasted Brussels sprouts, preserved lemon, charred beets, tahini and grilled trout with chicken brodo
    Third course:
    Halva and chocolate
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    Cerulean Winery + Bistro

    Pearl District • Wine Bars/Tasting, Wineries

    Cerulean Winery, based in Hood River, opened this wine bar & restaurant in Portland’s Pearl District in 2013. Featuring award-winning wines from our organic estate vineyards and other select wines from the Columbia Gorge, we serve dinner, happy hour, Sunday brunch, beer, and cocktails, with a focus on locally-sourced ingredients. Outdoor seating is especially popular. Cerulean shares 4,000+ square feet with White Space art gallery in a refurbished 100-year-old warehouse. With a relaxed ambiance, exposed brick, and original wood beams, it is the perfect place to dine, meet friends, or host an event. Catering and event space available for 10-200 people.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Asian salad with mixed greens, mandarin oranges, crispy wontons and a black garlic viniagrette
    -OR-
    Chef's selected soup of day
    Second course (choose one):
    Baked avocado stuffed with bay shrimp, sundried tomatoes, and pecorino
    -OR-
    Chicken liver mousse, cornichons and capers with baguette
    Third course (choose one):
    Frenched chicken breast wrapped with prosciutto and a dijon lemon herb sauce, with risotto cake
    -OR-
    Herb crusted grass-fed hangar steak served on a bed of ceasar salad
    Suggested pairing:
    A 3-course wine tasting paired to each course selection will also be available
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    Charley’s on Grand

    Lloyd District • American/New American

    The American restaurant in the Courtyard by Marriott Portland Downtown/Convention Center serves casual, fresh continental fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Charley’s on Grand features a lounge and restaurant to meet all of your dinner needs, from a fun, relaxed atmosphere with big-screen TVs and an outdoor fireside patio to a quiet, fine-dining experience.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of fresh greens with tomato, cucumber, carrot, crouton and Champagne vinaigrette
    Second course:
    Salmon with a sweet chili glaze, turmeric-coconut rice and sautéed garlic green beans
    Third course:
    House-made salted caramel ice cream sandwich
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    Chart House

    SW Portland • Seafood, Steak Houses

    • 5700 S.W. Terwilliger Blvd.,
      Portland, OR 97239
    • 503.246.6963

    Located on historic Terwilliger Boulevard overlooking the Willamette River, Chart House features magnificent views of twinkling city lights, the river and, on a clear evening, Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens in the distance. Chart House specializes in great steaks, prime rib and fresh seafood, but it also offers an excellent happy hour and Sunday brunch.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Caesar salad of crisp romaine, shaved Parmesan, croutons and house-made Caesar dressing
    -OR-
    Chopped salad of mixed greens, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, radishes, hearts of palm, pepperoncinis and croutons in balsamic vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Wafu flat iron steak marinated in soy and garlic, grilled and served with garlic
    -OR-
    Grilled shrimp and artichoke linguini with sautéed spinach, artichokes, tomatoes and garlic herb butter, sprinkled with feta cheese
    -OR-
    Macadamia nut-crusted chicken with a warm peanut sauce, mango relish and soy glaze over coconut ginger rice
    Third course (choose one):
    Mud pie with a mountain of coffee ice cream, chocolate sauce and whipped cream
    -OR-
    Creamy Key lime pie
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    Clyde Common

    Downtown • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Northwest/Regional

    Clyde Common is a lively and acclaimed European-style tavern in the Ace Hotel that offers a regional take on classic dining. The daily menu emphasizes meats butchered and cured in house, along with locally farmed vegetables and Pacific Northwest seafood. A semi-finalist for The James Beard Foundation’s Outstanding Bar Program, Clyde’s bar specializes in American whiskeys and is renowned for its craft cocktails–it even pioneered the world’s first barrel-aged cocktails.

    Menu
    First course:
    Beet trio featuring beet soup with smoked horseradish crème fraîche; poached beet, olive oil cake, chèvre and mint; and fried beet with honey-jalapeño glaze
    Second course:
    Crispy soft-boiled egg, citrus vinaigrette, chorizo and greens
    Third course:
    Trout, rice, shrimp étouffée
    -OR-
    Pork loin with mustard-braised onions and garlic spätzle
    -OR-
    Crispy risotto cake with mushrooms and root vegetable ragout
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    Cocotte

    Alberta Arts District • French

    • 2930 N.E. Killingsworth St.,
      Portland, OR 97211
    • 503.227.2669

    Cocotte Bar & Bistro offers delicious seasonal, locally-sourced food, a carefully selected French/Oregon wine list, local and imported beers, and a handcrafted classic cocktail list. The atmosphere is warm and inviting, sophisticated and cozy. Cocotte is your go-to spot for a special occasion, or everyday food and drinks.

    Let us help you celebrate your special event or occasion. We cater to a variety of functions including but not limited to office parties, small wedding receptions, engagement parties, or birthday parties. Our private dining room seats up to 20 people for a plated dinner. We are also available for limited off-site catering.

    Menu
    First course:
    Chicken liver mousse with pickled onions, plumped dried cherries and stone-ground mustard
    Second course:
    Escargot with pistou cream sauce and breadcrumbs
    Third course:
    Steamed mussels in fennel broth with chili flakes and grilled bread
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    Coppia Restaurant & Wine Bar

    Pearl District • Italian

    Coppia Restaurant & Wine Bar is a Pearl District restaurant focused on the cuisine of Piedmont, Italy, with a great reputation for its wine and food pairings. The wine list leans towards Piedmont, but they also offer wines from around the world.

    Menu
    Complimentary Glass of Prosecco
    First course:
    Artichoke flan with shaved fennel, chervil, hazelnuts and caprino goat cheese
    Second course:
    Handmade gnocchi with pistachio-arugula pesto, garlic chips and Bra duro cheese
    -OR-
    Lamb polpetta with aged fontina polenta, pickled mustard seeds, pearl onions and hazelnuts
    Third course:
    Blood orange tart with a brown butter pastry and blood orange curd
    Perfect Wine Pairings $17
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    Cyril’s at Clay Pigeon Winery

    Central Eastside • Wine Bars/Tasting

    Cyril’s at Clay Pigeon Winery is an urban winery and restaurant in Portland’s Central Eastside Industrial neighborhood. Open for lunch and dinner, Cyril’s crafts American food inspired by kitchens around the world. The curated wine list not only showcases Clay Pigeon wines, but also wines from near and far.

    Menu
    First course:
    A selection of cheeses and fresh tender vegetables and greens from the market
    Second course:
    Lightly crisped Parisian gnocchi with savory pâte à choux (the dough used to make éclairs), beurre blanc and seasonal vegetables
    Third course:
    Coconut-chocolate pot de crème with toasted hazelnuts and sea salt
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    Davis Street Tavern

    Old Town Chinatown • Northwest/Regional

    Davis Street Tavern serves upscale, inspired Northwest pub cuisine in an historic Portland Old Town Chinatown landmark.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Tiger prawn salad with sautéed Swiss chard, shiitake mushrooms and zucchini
    -OR-
    Kale salad with cherry tomatoes, spicy almonds, manchego and lemon oil vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Pesto risotto with kale, shiitake mushrooms, Parmesan and pine nuts
    -OR-
    Cioppino with clams, mussels, calamari, white wine, smoked tomato, fresh basil and grilled sourdough
    Third course (choose one):
    Brown sugar bread pudding with caramel gelato
    -OR-
    Chocolate truffles with sea salt and Grand Marnier
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    DEN

    Downtown • American/New American

    The Marriott Portland City Center’s restaurant offers local food and local wine surrounded by local art. Dine in at any point during the day to enjoy a casual meal from Executive Chef Aaron Arko in the warm and inviting atmosphere with friends and family.

    Menu
    First course:
    Asiago polenta fries with Tillamook sharp white cheddar fondue
    Second course (choose one):
    Rogue Creamery blue cheese-crusted petit filet, Kennebec potato croustade and Asiago-creamed Bloomsdale spinach
    -OR-
    Grilled Northwest king salmon, creamy Parmesan risotto, charred asparagus and chive oil
    Third course:
    Bourbon-vanilla bean crème brûlée
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    Departure

    Downtown • Asian, Bars/Pubs/Taverns

    • 525 S.W. Morrison St., 15th floor,
      Portland, OR 97204
    • 503.802.5370

    Located atop the Nines Hotel, Departure Restaurant offers a modern take on Asian cuisine in a sleek, cosmopolitan setting with two outdoor decks and stunning views of the city, mountains and river. Chef de Cuisine Gregory Gourdet creates dishes with a modern twist using traditional Asian preparations and Northwest ingredients. Departure’s bar showcases exotic cocktails, a global wine list and the city’s largest sake list. Sip a cocktail on the 15th-floor outdoor patio and take in the magnificent view of Pioneer Courthouse Square and the heart of downtown Portland.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Green papaya and mango with peanut, lime, chili and mint
    -OR-
    Shrimp dumplings with chili, Thai basil and crispy shallots
    Second course (choose one):
    Stir-fried rockfish with garlic chives, shiitake and water chestnut
    -OR-
    Chicken tonkatsu with sweet vinegar potato, Japanese chili and bonito salt
    Third course (choose one):
    Carrot cake with pineapple, passion fruit and coconut ice cream
    -OR-
    Chocolate and banana tart with vanilla-miso caramel
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    EaT: An Oyster Bar

    Mississippi / Williams, N Portland • Seafood, Southern/Cajun/Creole

    EaT: An Oyster Bar was founded in 2008 to bring farm-direct oysters to Portland with a little bit of New Orleans spirit and true Southern fare at its most honest and purest form. If you’re from below the Mason-Dixon line, then your great-grandmother probably cooked like this: food that takes three days to make, where all parts of the animal are utilized, and with bold flavors that will make you holler.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of arugula with buttermilk biscuit crouton, spring radish and lemon vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Turtle soup with hard-boiled egg and fino sherry
    Second course:
    Barbeque-glazed smoked pork po’boy with hand-cut fries
    -OR-
    Fried black-eyed pea po’boy with hand-cut fries
    Third course:
    Cherry and golden raisin bread pudding with whiskey sauce
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    Ecliptic Brewing

    Mississippi / Williams, N Portland • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Brewpubs, Brewpubs/Breweries

    Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris, an Oregon craft brewing icon; he began at McMenamins’ breweries before moving to Deschutes, where he created the recipes for Mirror Pond, Black Butte Porter, Jubelale and Obsidian Stout, and Full Sail, in charge of creating the Brewmaster Reserve beers. Ecliptic unites John’s passions for brewing and astronomy, with a seasonal menu rotating ever six weeks (on the Old World calendar). Ecliptic seeks to push the limits of creativity in the brewhouse, and create a sense of place in both its restaurant and its beer.

    Menu
    First course:
    Caesar salad of romaine, Treviso radicchio, garlic-anchovy dressing, pecorino and croutons
    Second course:
    Pan-roasted chicken with parsley spätzle, leeks and stout gravy
    Third course:
    Stout float with daily ice cream and Mintaka stout
    Suggested pairing:
    Course one: Spica Pilsner Course two: Phobos Single Hop Red Ale Course three: Mintaka Stout
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    Firehouse Restaurant

    NE Portland • Italian

    Firehouse Restaurant is committed to offering seasonable fare using sustainable fish, meats and produce whenever possible. The restaurant uses a wood-fired oven, rotisserie and grill that emphasize technique, seasonality and a simple straightforward approach to food. With a warm and inviting atmosphere inside the old Firehouse 29 building from the early 1900s, this is a place to sit, relax and indulge yourself in a community of diners that all want the same thing: a good meal and wine without any pretext.

    Firehouse’s private dining room can accommodate up to 100 guests seated or 200 guests reception style.

    Menu
    First course:
    Any small plate
    Second course:
    Any salad
    Third course:
    Any entrée
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    Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

    Downtown • Steak Houses

    Fogo de Chão is an authentic Brazilian Steakhouse (Churrascaria) that has been setting the standard in Brazil for the past 30 years. The menu includes delectable cuts of grilled meats carved tableside by Brazilian trained gaucho chefs that prepare and cook each cut. Also offered is a gourmet salad and sides bar consisting of salads, fresh-cut vegetables, cured meats, smoked salmon and imported cheeses, as well as a variety of traditional Brazilian side dishes and desserts. To enhance the dining experience, patrons can enjoy a glass of wine from an extensive and award-winning list, or an authentic Brazilian cocktail.

    Menu
    First course:
    Fresh seasonal salads, rare and exotic vegetables, imported cheeses and cured meats
    Second course:
    Brazilian cheese bread (pão de queijo), caramelized bananas, garlic mashed potatoes and crispy polenta
    Third course:
    Fire-roasted meats carved and served tableside, including beef sirloin, leg of lamb, pork sausage, pork ribs, Parmesan-crusted pork loin and bacon-wrapped chicken
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    Gracie’s

    Downtown • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Northwest/Regional

    Gracie’s Restaurant (in the Hotel deLuxe) serves the freshest Pacific Northwest fare, from house-made smoked salmon Benedict and fresh salads to pan-seared halibut with pea risotto or Imperial Stock Ranch lamb chops. Gracie’s provides a beautiful and relaxing atmosphere for the casual diner, business traveler or the dressed-to-the-nines visitor. Valet parking is free and the service is inviting and impeccable.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of beets and mixed greens with pickled carrots, red onions and ginger vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Salad of wilted spinach with feta cheese, red onion and hot bacon dressing -OR- Salad of mixed baby greens and Kimberley cabernet vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Salad of arugula and figs with prosciutto, Parmesan, balsamic vinaigrette and local honey
    -OR-
    Caesar salad of romaine lettuce, Parmesan, croutons and Caesar dressing
    Second course (choose one):
    Gorgonzola cheesecake with whole roasted garlic, fruit chutney and balsamic glaze served with fresh bread
    -OR-
    Spicy Broccolini with Calabrian chilies and white cheddar
    -OR-
    Sizzling forest mushrooms with garlic, green onion and white truffle oil
    -OR-
    Gulf prawn martini with avocado, cilantro and lime-citrus vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Roasted cauliflower with shallots, roasted garlic, chard and dukkah
    Third course (choose one):
    Pancetta-wrapped scallops with sage and mushroom ragout, leek and white bean purée and crispy leeks
    -OR-
    Chimichurri flat iron steak, Yukon potato and garlic purée and spiced green beans
    -OR-
    - Chicken breast wrapped with goat cheese- and prosciutto with amber rice pilaf, pink peppercorn sauce and green beans
    -OR-
    Three-pepper salmon with roasted corn, mushroom and white bean succotash
    -OR-
    Grilled bone-in pork chop with braised red cabbage, Hood River pear and garlic mashed potatoes
    -OR-
    House-made gnocchi with prosciutto and savory mushroom ragout
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    Grain and Gristle

    NE Portland • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns

    The Grain and Gristle is a neighborhood pub started by three friends who love local beer, fresh food, and wood. The space itself is centered by a live-edged maple bar, around which you can quaff craft beers, spirits, and wines while enjoying a thoughtfully prepared meal or snack. The Grain and Gristle is open daily for lunch and dinner, and for an exquisite brunch on weekends.

    Menu
    First course:
    G&G meat board, featuring a selection of house-cured meats, pickles, mustards and house breads
    Second course (choose one):
    Grilled radicchio, roasted Red Truck potatoes, fermented tomato vinaigrette, dry jack cheese, grilled winter chicories and Creative Growers fermented tomatoes
    -OR-
    Cauliflower with anchovies, parsley and lemon
    Third course (choose one):
    G&G Hawley Ranch beef burger with house bread-and-butter pickles, garlic aioli and crispy lettuce on a buttery brioche roll, served with a choice of lightly-dressed local farm greens or fries
    -OR-
    Belgian-style mussel frites with Totten Inlet blue mussels in a rich broth made with Upright Brewing farmhouse ale, fennel and roasted onion, topped with fries and garlic aioli
    Includes eight-ounce beer from our craft taps of your choice
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    Higgins Restaurant & Bar

    Downtown • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Cult Status, Northwest/Regional

    The cuisine at Higgins is truly rooted in Northwest soil. A legendary destination for fine regional cuisine, Higgins focuses on the use of local, seasonal, organic and sustainable ingredients. Chef/owner Greg Higgins won a James Beard Award for Best Chef Northwest in 2002.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of escarole, olives, croutons and pecorino Romano cheese with a roasted garlic dressing
    -OR-
    Alsatian country-style terrine of pork and duck with cherries and hazelnuts
    Second course (choose one):
    Salt cod and calamari baked “in zimino” with spiced red wine and tomato ragout with potatoes and greens
    -OR-
    Risotto of nettles, garnet yams and provolone picante
    Third course:
    Kaffir lime panna cotta with citrus lace tuile and butter-toasted almonds
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    Hokusei

    Belmont • Japanese

    Hokusei is provides Southeast Portland the ultimate experience in traditional Japanese sushi and cuisine. Chefs create traditional Japanese dishes using only the highest quality ingredients for premium freshness and taste.

    Menu
    First course:
    Hirame sashimi marinated with shio (fermented) koji
    Second course:
    Seared day-boat scallops with wafu-style chimichurri
    Third course:
    Assorted five-piece nigiri
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    HopCity Tavern

    Downtown • American/New American

    This restaurant inside downtown’s Hilton Portland & Executive Tower embraces the city’s beer culture.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Scotch egg with crispy fennel-garlic sausage, soft egg and beer mustard
    -OR-
    Wedge salad of grilled romaine, smoky paprika vinaigrette, blue cheese, bacon, tomatoes and chives
    Second course (choose one):
    Macaroni and cheese with cavatappi pasta, India pale ale cheddar cream sauce, bacon and bread crumbs
    -OR-
    Petite New York steak with tomato-jam butter, frizzled onions, smoked fingerlings, braised greens and blue cheese
    -OR-
    Mussels and clams with pancetta, fennel, tomatoes, white wine, butter, basil and crusty bread
    Third course:
    Warm chocolate stout and Kahlua brownie
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    Imperial

    Downtown • Northwest/Regional

    At Imperial, James Beard Award-winning chef Vitaly Paley explores menu ideas that have historic significance and uses cooking methods and ingredients from Oregon’s diverse bounty. The most prominent feature of Imperial’s kitchen is the impressive wood-fire grill and rotisserie that incorporate the use of native hard and fruitwoods. Inspired by a warm and primitive burning campfire and the big, open spaces of the Pacific Northwest, Imperial concentrates on healthy and uncomplicated preparations, serving the community by remembering its past and providing a warm, welcoming and generous place to eat.

    Also in the Hotel Lucia, The Portland Penny Diner is a smaller, casual diner masterminded by chef Paley.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of marinated citrus
    Second course:
    Cola and Pabst Blue Ribbon-braised pork
    Third course:
    Almond and rhubarb financier
    Suggested pairing:
    Add wine pairings for $16 First course: 2013 Siltstone “Guadalupe Vineyard” Pinot gris Second course: 2013 Fausse Piste “Garde Manger” Syrah Third course: 2011 Amity “Wedding Dance” Riesling
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    Kells Brew Pub

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Breweries/Distilleries, Brewpubs, Brewpubs/Breweries, European

    The newest member of the Kells family is the chain’s only brewpub, which brews on-site in Northwest Portland. House brews include an IPA, Irish Lager and Irish Red Ale, all of which are complemented by Kells’ Irish and American pub fare.

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    Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

    Old Town Chinatown • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Live Music

    For nearly 25 years, people from all walks of life and every generation have come to Kells Portland to exchange ideas, enjoy life and gather to celebrate. Kells’ excellent service, food, atmosphere and, of course, live Irish music seven night a week provide guests with the best Irish pub experience in Portland. It’s a great place to enjoy traditional and non-traditional Irish fare, catch a soccer or rugby match and, of course, enjoy a cold pint of Guinness. If you can’t go to Ireland, come to Kells!

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    Laurelhurst Market

    SE Portland • French, Sandwiches, Steak Houses

    Laurelhurst Market is a restaurant and butcher shop that celebrates meat. The restaurant’s fantastic menu features marrow bones, foie gras and all kinds of steaks, as well as less meaty fare like mussels and salads. The butcher shop also offers sandwiches and a barbecue plate for lunch, as well as its high-quality meat products for sale until 10 p.m. All of the butcher shop products are made in-house, including twelve flavors of sausage, pates, cured meats, multiple kinds of smoked bacon, two different styles of pancetta, lardo, and all kinds of things from the smokehouse–if they don’t have what you’re looking for, they can get it. Every Tuesday, they offer their famous fried chicken.

    Menu
    First course:
    Roasted cauliflower arancini with radicchio caponata, roasted red pepper aioli and arugula
    Second course:
    Ten-hour braised beef shoulder with potato pancake, warm oyster mushroom salad and beef jus
    Third course:
    Honey panna cotta with candied fennel and fennel seed brittle
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    Le Vieux

    NW Portland / Nob Hill • Mediterranean/Middle Eastern

    Le Vieux is a brand new restaurant in Northwest Portland but calls to mind the food and spirit of the Old World.  Their dinner menu focuses on one region of the Mediterranean at a time, embracing its flavors, traditional dishes and wines, before moving on to another.  Weekend brunch features unique egg dishes, Mediterranean lunch options, a wide range of Bloody Marys and a bright, sunny space.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of early spring greens, shaved fennel and grilled Meyer lemon vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Linguini with clams, white wine, lemon and garlic
    -OR-
    Chianti-braised pork shoulder with wilted greens and soft polenta
    Third course:
    Cookies and cream gelato
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    Levant

    SE Portland • Mediterranean/Middle Eastern

    Levant is a 50-seat escape with a full bar and an open hearth for cooking rich Middle Eastern cuisine. Chef-owner Scott Snyder uses his French technical background while cooking with traditional North African and Middle Eastern spices and meats. The menu reflects old-world flavors, while the restaurant features reclaimed wood and rustic fabrics in blue with brown accents. An open kitchen is surrounded by a beautiful floor-to-ceiling L-shaped bar adorned with a library ladder. A custom six-foot-wide wide open hearth is the restaurant centerpiece and is accompanied by Tuscan fireplace-style grills and a log burner that enable Snyder to use a variety of preparations when cooking meats.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of radicchio, apples, za'atar-spiced candied almonds and shanklish cheese dressing
    -OR-
    Lebanese spiced red lentil soup, lemon agrumato and cilantro
    Second course (choose one):
    Pan-roasted Alaskan cod with hummus, sautéed chickpeas and zhoug
    -OR-
    Lamb three ways with winter vegetable and white bean stew, lamb bacon and green harissa
    Third course:
    Pistachio milk custard with salted pistachio brittle and candy floss
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    Lincoln Restaurant

    Mississippi / Williams • Northwest/Regional

    Lincoln is a balance between old and new, modern and classic, rustic and refined, casual and formal, everyday and special occasion. Lincoln offers an honest expression of Portland cuisine – direct and elemental yet sophisticated. The front of the house warmth is delivered by a team of seasoned local professionals who focus specifically on genuine and attentive service. The food is direct in style, flavor and presentation. Seasonal fare on the changing menu concentrates on what is grown in the Pacific Northwest. What’s listed on the menu is what’s delivered on the plate.

    Menu
    First course:
    Baked hen eggs with cream, Castelvetrano olives and herbed breadcrumbs
    Second course:
    Spaccatelli pasta with smoked tallow, speck and sherry
    Third course:
    Brutti ma buoni cookies
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    Little Bird

    Downtown • French

    Little Bird, the popular downtown bistro and sister restaurant of the critically acclaimed Le Pigeon, is open for lunch and dinner during the week, and for dinner on the weekends.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Soup du jour
    -OR-
    Salad of frisée, citrus, pistachios, olives and sheep's cheese vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Goat cheese gnocchi, celeriac, mushrooms and Le Chevrot
    Second course (choose one):
    Chicken-fried trout, pickled carrots, fine herbs, radish, Dijon and gribiche
    -OR-
    Cider-braised pork shoulder with cabbage, carrot and apple slaw, toasted walnuts and bacon vinaigrette
    Third course (choose one):
    Chocolate mousse cake with pistachio, Meyer lemon and nougat
    -OR-
    Ice cream
    -OR-
    Sorbet
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    Mama Mia Trattoria

    Downtown • Italian

    Mama Mia Trattoria serves traditional Italian-American soul food lovingly prepared from scratch seven nights a week. The mozzarella is made fresh daily, and restaurant specialties include homemade ravioli, spaghetti, manicotti and gnocchi, and chicken and veal Parmesan, piccata and Marsala. The dining room inside the historic Waldo Building reflects old-school Italian charm with crystal chandeliers and gilded mirrors. The bar also offers house specialty cocktails, including many made with house-infused spirits.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    House salad of organic mixed greens, shaved red onion, candied pecans and ricotta salata cheese tossed in house-made balsamic dressing
    -OR-
    Caesar salad of romaine lettuce, croutons and Parmesan tossed in house Caesar dressing
    -OR-
    Caprese of fresh, house-made mozzarella layered with slow-roasted Roma tomatoes and basil chiffonade, drizzled with a balsamic vinegar reduction and extra-virgin olive oil
    Second course (choose one):
    Chicken Parmigiana with lightly breaded and pan-fried tender boneless breast, topped with house-made mozzarella cheese and pomodoro sauce
    -OR-
    Braised osso bucco of Lan-Roc Amish pork shank with organic sage, white beans, black kale and a sweet Marsala reduction
    -OR-
    Lamb shank from Anderson Ranch, slow-cooked over savory rosemary polenta
    -OR-
    Gnocchi Bolognese with handmade poached potato dumplings lightly sautéed and topped with Bolognese ragù
    -OR-
    Cioppino slightly spicy seafood stew with prawns, sea scallops, mussels, clams, calamari, Pacific snapper, tomatoes, garlic, white wine and baby spinach
    -OR-
    Pasta primavera with fresh egg linguine, garden asparagus, zucchini, baby carrots, sweet peas, closed cup mushrooms, broccoli florets, grape tomatoes and a dash of cream and fresh herbs
    Third course (choose one):
    Amaretto cheesecake with an almond biscotti crust and caramel sauce
    -OR-
    Cannoli pastry shell filled with ricotta cream and shaved Belgian chocolate
    -OR-
    Flourless chocolate torte with Belgian chocolate, raspberries and raspberry sorbet
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    Marco’s Cafe

    SW Portland • American/New American

    Since 1983, Marco’s Cafe & Espresso Bar has been serving up all-day breakfast and lunch plus rotating dinner specials in Multnomah Village. Set in a 1913 building that has served as a post office, Masonic lodge and dance hall, the restaurant is known for its European and comforting home-style dinner options (including plenty of vegetarian options).

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Crab tater tots served with spicy tartar sauce
    -OR-
    Truffle fries with truffle salt, Asiago and garlic aioli
    Second course (choose one):
    Lamb ragù with onions, fennel and mushrooms served on top of creamy herb polenta with shaved Parmesan
    -OR-
    Trout amandine pan-fried and almond-crusted with an herbed rice pilaf, daily vegetable and amaretto sauce
    -OR-
    Vegetable gratin with zucchini, yellow squash, mushrooms, onions, potatoes and herbs served over a tomato-fennel fondue
    Third course (choose one):
    Chocolate velvet cake with a chocolate cookie crumb crust and chocolate mousse topped with whipped cream
    -OR-
    Carrot cake with classic cream cheese icing
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    Milo’s City Cafe

    Lloyd District • Northwest/Regional

    Owned and operated by N.E. Portland residents since 1999, Milo’s is known for its breakfasts and lunches, but have also gotten a substantial following for its dinners. Milo’s City Cafe, serving creative Northwest fare, is in the heart of N.E. Broadway’s business district, near Lloyd Center, the Rose Quarter and the Convention Center.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Mixed green salad
    -OR-
    Caesar salad
    -OR-
    Spinach salad
    -OR-
    Hungarian mushroom soup
    -OR-
    Freshly made soup du jour
    Second course (choose one):
    Fresh filet fish
    -OR-
    Crab
    -OR-
    Oysters
    -OR-
    Choice of beef, chicken, pork
    -OR-
    Pasta
    -OR-
    Risotto (vegetarian and gluten-free choices available)
    Third course (choose one):
    Flourless chocolate truffle cake
    -OR-
    Deep-dish apple pie
    -OR-
    Cream caramel
    -OR-
    Mixed-berry crisp
    -OR-
    Daily specials
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    Mint/820

    N Portland • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Drink, See and Do

    This north Portland restaurant and lounge was founded by Lucy Brennan, who has been named one of America’s top mixologists by such diverse sources as Playboy and Bon Appetit. Her cocktails blend fresh ingredients and bold flavors, and many of the 40 or so cocktails on 820’s menu use house-infused spirits. Located in the historic Frederick Torgler Building, Mint’s sleek, yet cushy interior allows the vibrant drinks and pan-American bistro cuisine to take center stage, inviting guests to relax and enjoy.

    Menu
    First course:
    Jalapeño and sweet potato soup
    -OR-
    Kale salad with grapefruit, apple, candied walnuts and Champagne vinaigrette
    Second course:
    Lamb ragù with spaghetti and marinara sauce
    -OR-
    Vegetable ragù with spaghetti and marinara sauce
    Third course:
    Salted caramel brownie with vanilla ice cream
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    Mother’s Bistro & Bar

    Downtown • American/New American, Cult Status

    Chosen as Willamette Week’s “restaurant of the year” after opening in 2000, Mother’s Bistro & Bar serves comfort food classics made from scratch, perfected in the hands of four-star-restaurant-trained chef Lisa Schroeder. With melt-in-your-mouth biscuits, pot roast, chicken and dumplings and a different decadent macaroni and cheese daily, home cooking is elevated to a high art for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Mother’s.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    House salad
    -OR-
    Caesar salad
    -OR-
    Cup of soup
    Second course:
    Any entrée (except steak frites)
    Third course:
    Any dessert
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    Mucca Osteria

    Downtown • Italian

    Osteria – derived from the word, “oste,” was a place during the Middle Ages where explorers and traders stopped to refuel and relax, eating well and being taken care of by the host before their long journeys. Today, Italians frequent an osteria to enjoy small, refined menus, good wine, and warm hospitality. Mucca Osteria delivers authentic Italian fare with house-made breads and pastas, as well as locally sourced, fresh ingredients.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of organic mixed greens, Gorgonzola, walnuts, fresh pear and honey-balsamic dressing
    -OR-
    Seared sea scallops with truffle-Parmesan fondue
    -OR-
    Thinly sliced Parma ham wrapped around burrata mozzarella
    Second course (choose one):
    House-made gnocchi with guanciale, seasonal mushrooms and pecorino Romano
    -OR-
    House-made pappardelle pasta with slow-braised wild boar ragù
    Third course (choose one):
    Tiramisu with savoiardi biscuit, mascarpone cheese and espresso
    -OR-
    Soft amaretto gelato with cookie crumbles
    -OR-
    Panna cotta with Tahitian vanilla beans and organic seasonal berry sauce
    Three course wine pairing available for $18
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    Ned Ludd

    NE Portland • American/New American

    • 3925 N.E. Martin Luther Kind Jr. Blvd.,
      Portland, OR 97212
    • 503.288.6900

    Ned Ludd is “an American craft kitchen.” This small wood-fired restaurant is located in the historic King neighborhood with a weekly changing menu influenced by the seasons, the weather and a growing list of local artisinal producers.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Escarole salad with lemon, egg, olives and crouton
    -OR-
    Charred broccoli raab with sumac, za’atar, pomegranate and yogurt
    Second course (choose one):
    Chicken breast with leek and mushroom ragout, preserved lemon and green olive
    -OR-
    Vegetable gratin with walnut-parsley sauce and spring greens
    Third course:
    Bourbon-buttermilk panna cotta with cocoa nib crumb
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    Nel Centro

    Downtown • Catering, European, Events Services

    Nel Centro is a modern, light-filled aria to one of the world’s most revered cuisines. Nel Centro (Italian for “in the center”) explores the classic dishes of the Riviera and Chef David Machado’s passion for grand culinary traditions and locally sourced, seasonal food. With several cozy fireplaces, the restaurant’s outdoor patio is a summertime dining and happy hour favorite. Valet parking is available adjacent to the restaurant at the Hotel Modera, 515 S.W. Clay St.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Clam chowder with white beans and guanciale
    -OR-
    Café salad with endive, apple, French blue cheese and walnuts
    Second course (choose one):
    Rotisserie chicken with spicy Calabrian escarole and olive oil mashed potatoes
    -OR-
    Baked cannelloni with roasted butternut squash, ricotta, Swiss chard and walnut besciamella
    Third course:
    Brown sugar panna cotta with hazelnut lace cookies
    -OR-
    House-made ice cream or sorbet
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    Nonna

    Alberta Arts District • Italian

    This laid-back new Italian restaurant and bar from restauranteur Dayna McErlean is a sister spot to her acclaimed (and neighboring) DOC.

    Menu
    First course:
    Arugula salad with shaved fennel, Parmigiano-Reggiano and torn bread
    Second course:
    Spaghetti with or without meatballs
    Third course:
    Mussels and clams in white wine with garlic, butter and torn bread
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    Oba Restaurante

    Pearl District • Cuban/Caribbean, European, South American

    Oba! is a celebrated Nuevo Latino restaurant in the heart of the Pearl District with flavors that sizzle and nourish the soul. It features a 40-foot hammered copper bar serving hand-crafted cocktails, an open and airy central dining room, and a more intimate candle-lit Hacienda room. Happy hour here is widely regarded as one of the best in the city.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of Millenium Farms baby spinach with goat cheese, red onions and blackberry-ginger vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Feijoada completa: Rotisserie Carlton Farms pork loin, spicy black bean and linguica ragout, citrus-pepper salad and habañero mojo
    -OR-
    Pan-roasted Mahi Mahi with orange-passion fruit beurre blanc, fingerling potatoes, seasonal vegetables and mango-pineapple salsa
    Third course:
    Dulce de leche panna cotta: Light custard filled with rich caramel
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    Old Salt Marketplace

    NE Portland • American/New American, Handcrafted, Sandwiches

    Old Salt Marketplace is a market, meat shop, deli and supperhouse from the owners of Grain & Gristle. Everything served in the restaurant and deli space is made in-house and from scratch, and it even houses a cooking school and once-a-week outdoor farmers market. The deli serves half or whole sandwiches, while the supperhouse and bar feature a 15-item menu of plates and sharing plates.

    Menu
    First course:
    Hawley Ranch dry-aged beef tartare ground and spiced to order with house-made sourdough crisps, pickled shallots and pickled chili aioli
    Second course (choose one):
    Kale salad with purgatorio beans, blue cheese, chopped egg and sherry vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Beets with ricotta, orange and almonds
    Third course:
    Smoked and grilled hen breast and leg braised in a rich jus with chicories, Yukon potatoes, olives, oranges and garlic
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    Olympic Provisions NW

    NW Portland • Cult Status, European, Northwest/Regional

    Olympic Provisions Northwest is the convivial west-side answer to Olympic Provisions’ intimate Southeast location. Marked by a string of patio lights on an otherwise industrial stretch of Northwest Thurman Street, OPNW offers a menu of lovely rustic European-inspired fare in a warm, windowed setting, accentuated by an antique French rotisserie.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of Belgian endives with Honeycrisp apple, hazelnuts and buttermilk blue cheese dressing
    Second course:
    Choucroute garnie of bratwurst, kielbasa, frankfurter, sweetheart ham, house-made sauerkraut, fingerling potatoes and whole-grain mustard
    Third course:
    Saucisson au chocolat with salt-and-pepper shortbread and orange marmalade
    Wine pairing available
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    Olympic Provisions SE

    Central Eastside • Cult Status, European, Handcrafted

    Olympic Provisions is home to both a European-style restaurant and deli serving lunch and dinner, as well as Oregon’s first USDA certified meat-curing facility (salumeria). The restaurant features cuisine influenced by European and North African flavors that showcases local ingredients. Salumist Elias Cairo crafts “American Charcuterie” using local, high-quality ingredients for wholesale to grocery stores, restaurants and wine bars around the region.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of butter lettuce with fines herbes, shallots and Champagne vinaigrette
    Second course:
    Choucroute garnie of bratwurst, kielbasa, frankfurter, sweetheart ham, house-made sauerkraut, fingerling potatoes and whole-grain mustard
    Third course:
    Saucisson au chocolat with salt-and-pepper shortbread and orange marmalade
    Wine pairing available
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    Oso Market + Bar

    Central Eastside • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, European, Wine Bars/Tasting

    Oso Market + Bar is an inspired mixed-use space in Portland’s central eastside. Oso is equal parts bottle shop, specialty market and neighborhood bar, featuring the best in sustainable and biodynamic wines, handcrafted beer and cider, enticing and exclusive grocery selections and delicious eats – all in a beautiful space to unwind in and enjoy. Open from 11 a.m. Tuesday through Sunday and closed on Monday.

    Menu
    First course:
    Roasted Brussels sprouts and parsnips with cashew ricotta (vegan)
    Second course (choose one):
    Smoked paprika and lemon pepper hen with cherry chutney
    -OR-
    Smoked beet and lentil fritters with cherry chutney (vegan)
    Third course (choose one):
    Fernet and chocolate molten cake
    -OR-
    Almond chocolate brittle (vegan)
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    Paragon Restaurant & Bar

    Pearl District • Northwest/Regional

    Paragon is a neighborhood gastropub serving ingredient-driven and honest food with a popular bar offering craft beers, unique artisan cocktails and eclectic wines. Paragon offers a casual and approachable dining experience with a hint of nostalgia that both roots you to the present and takes you back to the familiar. The stylish décor complements the contemporary menu of new and reinterpreted American classics.

    Menu
    First course:
    Green pea soup with smoked ham hock
    -OR-
    Panzanella with lardons and poached egg
    Second course:
    Cod Vera Cruz with Spanish rice
    -OR-
    Smoked pork medallions with farro pilaf and braised greens
    Third course:
    Chocolate tiramisu
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    Park Kitchen

    Pearl District • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Northwest/Regional

    At this Pearl District restaurant, nestled in a historic building along the peaceful green swath of the North Park Blocks, James Beard Award-nominated chef Scott Dolich specializes in creating new dishes using local ingredients. The same culinary philosophy applies to the cocktail list, which includes the surprisingly refreshing Salt and Pepper — House Spirits Aviation gin, fresh grapefruit juice, fresh lime juice and a touch of simple syrup, served up in a glass with a salted rim.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Chickpea fries with squash ketchup
    -OR-
    Salad of escarole, radishes, red onion and buttermilk dressing
    Second course (choose one):
    Ayer's Creek corn grits, mushroom gravy and Hoppin' John
    -OR-
    Payne Family Farms pork roast with collards, red-eye gravy and cornbread dressing
    Third course:
    Double-chocolate tart with salted caramel and hazelnuts
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    Porto Terra Tuscan Grill & Bar

    Downtown • Italian

    Porto Terra features creative, authentic Italian cuisine and wines from around the world. Seven days a week, Porto Terra serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, with late-night dining available. The dining room has a modern rustic feel with fieldstone walls, pastoral murals, booths, banquettes and tables. Executive Chef Marissa Burback creates menus that range from classic Italian to a fusion of Tuscan and Northwest, offering seasonal dishes using garden-fresh produce, house-made pasta and Oregon-influenced ingredients. Porto Terra is located at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower downtown.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    House salad of organic baby greens, citrus-herb vinaigrette, fresh mozzarella, roasted red peppers and olives
    -OR-
    Caesar salad of romaine hearts, pecorino Romano and grilled croutons
    Second course (choose one):
    Roasted butternut squash gnocchi, wild mushrooms, asparagus and oven-roasted tomatoes in a pesto cream
    -OR-
    House-made pappardelle topped with Bolognese sauce of veal, pork, tomatoes, cream and porcini mushrooms
    -OR-
    Pollo Parmigiana: Breaded chicken breast, smoked mozzarella, house-made spaghetti and spicy marinara
    Third course (choose one):
    Tiramisu with Marsala and espresso-dipped ladyfingers, mascarpone, chocolate and fruit
    -OR-
    Port-cherry gelato with biscotti and Florentina cookie
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    Ración

    Downtown • European, Spanish

    At Ración we offer a five course tasting menu and an a la carte raciones menu along with wine, sherry, and amazing cocktails. While enjoying either the chef’s choice tasting menu or an item off the raciones menu, guests seated at the kitchen bar get a front row seat while each dish is prepared and an explanation of each dish as the chefs personally deliver each course. Past the open kitchen bar is the dining room which consists of a 16 seat communal table, a 6 seat high top table, and two tables that seat 4 each.

    Menu
    First course:
    Beet soup with smoked ricotta, dill and horseradish
    Second course:
    Sous vide egg with oyster cream, Brussels sprouts and smoked oil
    Third course:
    Pork chorizo with butternut squash, mustard seeds, cilantro and pumpkin seed crumble
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    Radar

    Mississippi / Williams • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns, European

    This North Mississippi Avenue spot serves “American tapas” along with a side of soccer, frequently seen playing on the unobtrusive TVs throughout the restaurant. Far from a sports bar, Radar offers sophisticated small plates, craft cocktails, beer and wine, as well as happy hour and brunch.

    Menu
    First course:
    Pacific tidal oyster on the half shell with cucumber-Sriracha granita
    Second course:
    Three-beet salad with frisée, citrus, pistachio, oil-cured black olives, fennel and citronette
    Third course:
    Braised pork belly and butternut squash congee with spicy peanut brittle
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    Red Star Tavern

    Downtown • American/New American

    Located in the heart of downtown Portland at the Hotel Monaco, Red Star provides fine dining service in a casual atmosphere. Chef Kyle Rourke ensures that fresh, local and seasonal are always the primary ingredients. From the slow-roasted meats and bright salads to the playful flavor combinations from the bar, every menu choice will more than compliment the comforting glow from the wood-fire grill.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Marinated Gulf shrimp with cucumber, blood orange and charred sweet potato
    -OR-
    Salad of Sauvie Island greens with preserved lemon-smoked pistachio vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Grilled bavette steak with lacinato kale, stewed wild mushrooms and mushroom broth
    -OR-
    Smoked eggplant “veggie sausage” with roasted late-winter vegetables and fennel kraut
    Third course (choose one):
    Rooibos panna cotta and tequila-poached ruby red grapefruit
    -OR-
    Daily selection house-made sorbet or ice cream
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    Remedy Wine Bar

    Pearl District • Wine Bars/Tasting

    Remedy Wine Bar on the North Park Blocks in the Pearl District is a neighborhood wine bar with comfy chairs and a cozy, living-room vibe, open evenings Monday through Saturday. The beverage-first wine bar serves fresh, young wines, focusing on smaller brand wines and family-run wineries. With wide windows that open up to the park on sunny Portland days, the rotating list of reds, whites and rosés is served alongside simple and elegant small plates showcasing the best local ingredients.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Choice of charcuterie with soup or salad Sample soup: Creamed fennel soup with chive gremolata, Pernod and milk-soaked croutons Sample salad: Mizuna and spinach with soft-boiled egg, crispy bacon and bergamot oil
    Second course (choose one):
    “Bite” of the week Sample bite: Chicken confit with pickled mushrooms, roasted fingerling potatoes, tarragon and juniper berry Sample bite: Oil-poached albacore tuna with caper mint aioli, radicchio slaw and semolina crackers
    Third course (choose one):
    Dessert of the week Sample dessert: Dark chocolate budino with smoked sea salt, cocoa wafers and Arbequina olive oil Sample dessert: Warm ricotta pound cake with macerated fruit, mascarpone and lavender Sample dessert: Tangerine bonet with oatmeal lace cookies and brown butter
    Rotating wine pairings available
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    RingSide Fish House

    Downtown • Seafood, Steak Houses

    RingSide Fish House is to fresh seafood what RingSide Steakhouse has become to legendary steaks, offering fresh seafood prepared with the best local ingredients available accompanied by impeccable service and an award-winning wine list. Enjoy dinner at the Fish House on the Mezzanine level of the Fox Tower overlooking Director Park in downtown Portland, or come by for late-night dining, including the renowned twice-daily happy hour.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Mixed green salad
    -OR-
    Soup du jour
    Second course (choose one):
    Sautéed true cod with black-eyed peas, kale, mirepoix, Johnson County ham and herb pistou
    -OR-
    Roasted chicken breast with creamy polenta, spinach, thyme jus and lemon confit
    -OR-
    Tender steak medallions with mashed potatoes, snap peas, mushrooms and bordelaise sauce
    Third course:
    Vanilla bean crème brûlée with lace cookie
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    RingSide Steakhouse Uptown

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • Steak Houses, Wine Bars/Tasting

    This renowned steakhouse has been at its original location on West Burnside for more than 65 years with three generations of family ownership. RingSide Steakhouse has earned a reputation serving the best steaks in Portland, featuring steaks custom dry-aged in-houses. Tuxedoed servers offer impeccable service and can complement your meal with an unmatched wine list of more than 700 labels in a timeless, old-school atmosphere.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Mixed green salad
    -OR-
    Baked onion soup
    Second course (choose one):
    Oven-roasted beef shoulder tender with béarnaise sauce, seasonal vegetable and baked potato
    -OR-
    Fresh Northwest sole with lemon beurre blanc, seasonal vegetable and garlic mashed potatoes
    -OR-
    Cascade Farms chicken breast with chasseur sauce, seasonal vegetable and wild rice
    Third course:
    Vanilla crème brûlée
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    Saucebox

    Downtown • Asian, Japanese, Thai

    Since 1995, Saucebox has maintained a reputation in the city as the place for the finest in pan-Asian and Pacific Island cuisine with its insider vibe and unique presence. Unforgettable dishes and innovative cocktails have garnered national attention for Saucebox national in The New York Times, Bon Appetit Magazine, Travel & Leisure and The Wall Street Journal – but its local popularity makes this a landmark of Portland restaurant and lounge scene.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Warm Thai salad of cabbage, sesame, rice noodles and tempura shrimp
    -OR-
    Crispy Brussels sprouts with dashi, poached egg and scallions
    Second course (choose one):
    Javanese salmon with baby spinach, fried leeks and spiced sweet soy
    -OR-
    Market squash curry with Broccolini, potatoes, wild mushrooms and tofu
    Third course (choose one):
    Chocolate cake with green tea and burnt squash ice cream
    -OR-
    Pomelo sorbet with tuile cookie, coconut and ginger soda
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    Serratto

    NW Portland / Nob Hill • Italian

    Serratto is a lively and elegant neighborhood restaurant serving authentic and innovative dishes from Italy, France and the greater Mediterranean region. The menu, which changes seasonally, is built around a commitment to using natural meats, the freshest seafood and locally grown fruits and vegetables.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of spinach, Bosc pear, Gorgonzola, curried pepitas and walnut vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Braised Carlton Farms beef cheek with roasted garlic whipped potatoes, roasted root vegetables and roasted Brussels sprouts
    -OR-
    Cavatelli pasta with cherry tomatoes, preserved lemon, smoked onions, watercress and dill cream
    Third course:
    Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting
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    Smallwares

    NE Portland • Asian

    Smallwares is an acclaimed forty-seat restaurant with an open kitchen that serves small plates of “inauthentic Asian cuisine” meant to be shared. The restaurant’s bar, Barwares, serves eclectic wine, sake and cocktails.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salmon or beet sashimi with turmeric-ginger chutney, poppy seeds and cilantro
    Second course:
    Corn tostada with hoisin, kimchi, avocado and chorizo oil with choice of Sichuan sausage or oyster mushroom
    Third course (choose one):
    Vietnamese beef stew with carrot, star anise, hand-torn noodles, sour cream and Vietnamese coriander
    -OR-
    Tofu curry with winter squash, coconut milk, rice and peanut relish
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    Southpark Seafood

    Downtown • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Northwest/Regional, Seafood, Wine Bars/Tasting

    Southpark Seafood is a contemporary Northwest seafood restaurant that celebrates the quality products of our local producers. Southpark Seafood is a proud partner of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch® program and PDX Seafood Watch. Located in the heart of Downtown Portland, at the edge of the historic South Park Blocks and Portland’s Arts and Culture district, Southpark Seafood is the perfect venue for business lunches, a night out or to just relax and take in the vibrant energy of downtown.

    Join us for lunch or dinner seven days a week. $5 Happy Hour every day from 3:00 – 6:00 pm and 10:00 pm – Close. Outdoor dining is available.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Clam chowder with braised bacon and gnocchi
    -OR-
    Salad of arugula, herbs, frisée, apples, hazelnuts and blue cheese vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Lobster tortelloni with cognac cream, caper berries and grapefruit
    -OR-
    Polenta agnolotti with delicata squash, carrot purée, jalapeños and Marcona almonds
    -OR-
    Beef short rib with refried white beans, mustard seed jus, oregano and cabbage and apple slaw
    Third course (choose one):
    Two scoops of salted caramel gelato
    -OR-
    Two chocolate-hazelnut or chocolate-mint petits fours
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    Sunshine Tavern

    Division / Clinton, SE Portland • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns

    Sunshine Tavern is that warm, playful and welcoming environment you would expect from a tavern. This is a bar, a clubhouse, a gathering place for family, friends and everyone in between. Come in for a drink, linger over dinner, or have a go at the 14-foot shuffleboard table or our vintage Ms. Pac Man and Donkey Kong games. The tavern serves simple pub fare made with the best ingredients, complemented by a huge selection of seasonal beers on tap, local and international wines, and classic cocktails as well as a slushee margarita and daiquiri machine.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of romaine with fried capers, Parmesan, croutons and garlic vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Iceberg wedge salad with buttermilk blue cheese, roasted tesa pork and sieved egg
    -OR-
    Chopped salad of lettuces, pepperoncini, provolone, French fries and salami
    Second course (choose one):
    Chicken burger with provolone, radicchio and arugula
    -OR-
    Crispy oyster sandwich with fennel, cabbage and tartar sauce
    -OR-
    Monte Cristo sandwich with fried egg and Marionberry preserves
    -OR-
    Fried chicken sandwich with blue cheese dressing, celery, red onion and chili mayonnaise with spicy chicken lacquer
    -OR-
    Duck-egg sandwich with pimento cheese, spicy pickles and arugula
    -OR-
    Pork burger with Swiss cheese, preserved cabbage and brown mustard
    -OR-
    Jambon beurre royale with butter, fleur de sel, radishes and fennel
    -OR-
    Pork belly medianoche with ham and spicy pickle
    Third course:
    Soft-serve ice cream
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    Swank & Swine Restaurant

    Downtown • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns

    Located next to the entrance to the Paramount Hotel in downtown Portland is Swank & Swine, the restaurant and bar duo.

    Swank, the 84-seat restaurant on the east side of the building offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with a focus on serving locally-sourced ingredients and Northwest wines and spirits.

    At Swine, the moonshine and whiskey bar located on the west side of the building, you will find a menu of pork-centric foods, including house made pork rinds, bacon cheesecake and a pig in a blanket. Behind the bar, you’ll find classic cocktails, local brews and over 40 different bourbon and whiskeys from producers across the country.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Dungeness crab and local squash soup
    -OR-
    Salad of farm winter greens with aged Gouda and mandarin orange vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Millennium Farms beet salad with sorrel, smoked chèvre and chive vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Salad of baby gem lettuce, boquerones, Parmigiano-Reggiano, Pugliese croutons with roasted garlic lemon dressing
    Second course (choose one):
    Carlton Farms pork tenderloin with corona bean cassoulet, house sausage and hedgehog mushrooms
    -OR-
    Mary’s Farm half chicken with roasted apples, celery root, and chicken jus
    -OR-
    Swank burger with house grind, truffle aioli, cave aged Gruyère, bacon, and arugula on a pretzel bun
    -OR-
    Cavatelli pasta with local mushrooms, radicchio, citrus zest and mascarpone
    -OR-
    Herb-crusted ling cod with Penn Cove mussels and fennel nage
    Third course (choose one):
    Chocolate tart with pecans, caramel and malted ice cream
    -OR-
    Apple tarte tatin warm salted caramel • cinnamon ice cream
    -OR-
    Flourless chocolate cake with cherry anglaise and vanilla ice cream
    -OR-
    Burnside bourbon butterscotch custard with black pepper shortbread
    -OR-
    House made ice cream or sorbet (ask for daily flavors)
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    Tabla

    NE Portland • Italian

    Tabla is an Italian restaurant specializing in fresh pasta using the best local ingredients. Inspired by the rotating menus of Italy and the fresh, seasonal ingredients they highlight, Tabla seeks a balance of the traditional and modern. It offers both local and Italian wines, seasonal specialty cocktails and local beers on tap.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Local chicories with Anjou pears and pistachio vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Mushroom sformato with Portland Creamery chèvre, truffle, bread crumbs, hazelnuts
    -OR-
    Beet and fennel salad with arugula, walnuts and lambrusco vinaigrette
    -OR-
    Cara Cara and blood oranges, grapefruit, microgreens, taggiasca olive, red onion
    -OR-
    Crêpes with goat cheese, heirloom squash, chili and garlic
    Second course (choose one):
    Radiatore pasta with pork and beef Bolognese and mozzarella
    -OR-
    Duck tortellini with browned butter, cream and mushrooms
    -OR-
    Tajarin pasta with truffle butter and Parmigiano-Reggiano
    -OR-
    Tabla giant ravioli of chard and ricotta with poached farm egg and poppy seed butter
    -OR-
    Quatro formaggi ravioli with arugula-mint pesto, pistachio and Parmigiano-Reggiano
    Third course (choose one):
    Finex cast iron-seared bavette steak with lentils, turnips and kale
    -OR-
    Alaskan cod with winter couscous, tomato broth and garlic oil
    -OR-
    Duck confit with corona beans, pancetta and orange-port reduction
    -OR-
    Mushroom ragù, buckwheat polenta, smoked mozzarella and heirloom squash purée
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    The Bent Brick

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • Northwest/Regional

    Situated in a charming 1940s brick building in the heart of Northwest Portland’s Slabtown area, The Bent Brick offers home-made sausage, roasts, soups, salads and desserts. The welcoming service, ultra-cozy atmosphere, outstanding cocktails and 16 Oregon and Washington wines on tap make this neighborhood restaurant stand out as a must-visit.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Heirloom beet salad with goat cheese terrine, tarragon and candied hazelnuts
    -OR-
    Potato leek soup with brown butter and crème fraîche
    Second course (choose one):
    Cocoa-braised beef cheeks with port demi-glace and winter vegetables
    -OR-
    Anson Mills rice grits with foraged mushrooms, celery root, radish and parsley
    Third course (choose one):
    Chocolate cheesecake with Oreo cookie crust and chocolate sauce
    -OR-
    Rice pudding with coconut milk, almond milk and huckleberry
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    The Fireside

    NW Portland, NW Portland / Nob Hill • American/New American, Northwest/Regional

    The Fireside is a neighborhood bar and restaurant that serves what we have dubbed “outdoor inspired” cuisine: think campfires, backyard bbqs, pic-nics, and generally good times spent outdoors celebrating the bounty that the NW offers. Using an array of small, local, organic farms and ranches we have created a menu that is grill focused, and comfort driven, with a careful eye on technique and quality ingredients. Paired with well-crafted cocktails, interesting wines, and thirst quenching beers from Oregon and abroad we invite you to come see what we have to offer.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Grilled Hama Hama oysters with herbed butter -OR- Salad of bibb lettuce, watermelon radish, egg, bread crumbs and green goddess dressing
    Second course (choose one):
    Braised lamb shank with Amish Butter hominy, turnips, lamb jus and pickled red onion -OR- Oregon-caught cod with Amish Butter hominy, turnips and crazy water
    Third course:
    Dark chocolate pot de crème
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    The Groaning Board

    SW Portland • American/New American, Bars/Pubs/Taverns

    The South Waterfront neighborhood’s first pub, The Groaning Board uses high-quality, locally sourced ingredients to create a menu that showcases seasonal, fresh and distinctive products. The bar program is tailored to showcase the Northwest’s best breweries, wineries and distilleries.

    Menu
    First course:
    House ricotta with smoked ikura (salmon roe), fennel, parsley and crunchy bread
    Second course:
    Braised beef with whey polenta, black trumpet and hedgehog mushrooms, and cured farm egg
    Third course:
    Peanut panna cotta with peanut brittle and whipped crème fraîche
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    The Heathman Restaurant and Bar

    Downtown • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Events Services, French, Northwest/Regional

    One of Portland’s most respected restaurants (located in one of its top hotels), The Heathman Restaurant exemplifies the best of the Pacific Northwest using seasonal ingredients inspired by French cuisine. The cocktails — both classic and cutting-edge — round out the menu and highlight Oregon-produced spirits. Happy hour from 2 p.m. until close offers diners sophisticated small plates at half price.

    The Heathman Restaurant also offers casual dining in the adjacent Marble Bar and outside at the sidewalk cafe. Cocktails and live jazz are available in the intimate Tea Court.

    Menu
    Amuse Bouche of Cauliflower Vichyssoise with Oregon bay shrimp, herbs and fresh press olive oil
    First course:
    Northwest seafood salad of steamed mussels, smoked scallops, cured sturgeon, caviar crème, green onion and celery-herb salad
    Second course:
    Oregon rabbit stuffed with maitake mushroom, spring onion, herbed spätzle and rabbit jus
    Third course:
    Meyer lemon tart of rosemary lemon shortbread, lemon curd and toasted meringue
    Wine pairing for $15
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    The Parish

    Pearl District • Seafood, Southern/Cajun/Creole

    The Parish is an uptown New Orleans-style Creole restaurant with locally sourced farm fresh products, including a raw oyster bar. It focuses on Cajun and Creole classics with updated technique, fresh local ingredients, farm-direct oysters and whole-hog cooking.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Salad of bibb lettuce, Parmesan, pine nuts and garlic-peppercorn vinaigrette (vegetarian)
    -OR-
    Early spring soup (vegetarian)
    Second course (choose one):
    Smoked Rock hen, scarlet runner beans, mustard greens and Carolina mustard sauce
    -OR-
    Hoppin’ John: Black-eyed peas, red onion, cheddar cheese and fresh herbs served over rice (vegetarian)
    Third course (choose one):
    Strawberry shortcake with basil ice cream and ginger coulis
    -OR-
    Southern pecan pie
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    Three Degrees Waterfront Bar & Grill

    Downtown • American/New American

    Three Degrees, a Kimpton Restaurant, is a warm, lively restaurant and bar overlooking the gorgeous Portland waterfront with plenty of outdoor seating. It features fresh, seasonal comfort cooking with ingredients that are primarily sourced from local, small scale vendors.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Ginger barbeque shrimp cheddar biscuit with candied ginger
    -OR-
    Dungeness crab deviled eggs
    -OR-
    Pork belly, fennel purée, smoked clams, pickled chard stems and chili oil vinaigrette
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    Mixed greens, sauvignon blanc vinaigrette, dry jack and filberts
    Second course (choose one):
    Pistachio “meatloaf” with Swiss chard, leek purée and Katz red wine vinegar gastrique (vegan)
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    Braised beef with potato croquette, English peas, pearl onions, baby carrots and miner's lettuce
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    Seared salmon with carrot purée; fingerling potato, snow pea and crab hash; and charred leek sparkling wine vinaigrette
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    Grilled chicken with asparagus, caramelized kohlrabi purée, morel mushroom jus and pickled ramps
    Third course (choose one):
    Chocolate caramel tart with rum-glazed bananas and honey ice cream
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    Chestnut butter cake with Grand Marnier-soaked apricots and salted maple caramel
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    House-made ice cream
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    Sorbet
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    Touché

    Pearl District • Italian

    Touché offers Mediterranean cuisine in the comfort and warmth of a historic two-story firehouse in Portland’s Pearl District. The space is set off by a beautiful spiral staircase leading to the upstairs billiards bar. The menu features many different pastas, pizzas, calzones, entrees and more.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Wood-fired Greek feta and Roma tomato with extra virgin olive oil and pita bread
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    Garlic prawns sautéed with mushrooms and garlic in a Marsala wine sauce
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    Salad of baby spinach with hazelnuts, bacon and hard-boiled egg in a port wine and balsamic reduction
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    Salad of red and golden beets with arugula, goat cheese and a champagne vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Pizza four seasons: Plum tomato sauce pizza with mozzarella, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, pepperoni and prosciutto
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    Pesto linguine with homemade pesto with sautéed chicken, mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes and cream
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    Pasta Sherwood: Fettucine with olive oil, garlic, squash, zucchini, mushrooms, artichoke hearts, olives, onion, tomatoes and Parmesan
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    Pan-roasted half-chicken with mashed potatoes, sautéed kale, garlic, rosemary and lemon pan jus
    Third course (choose one):
    Tiramisu: Sweetened mascarpone layered with espresso-soaked ladyfingers
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    Flourless chocolate cake: Rich chocolate cake served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and Oregon berry compote
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    Wood-oven apple turnover with cinnamon and nutmeg served with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce
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    Trader Vic’s

    Pearl District • Bars/Pubs/Taverns, Steak Houses

    With a legendary lineup of exotic handcrafted cocktails, delectable tidbits and imaginative entrees, Trader Vic’s is a tropical refuge in the heart of the Pearl District and Portland’s premiere destination for Polynesian cuisine, tropical cocktails, traditional Pupus and Chinese oven dishes. The unforgettable ambiance features traditional Tikis, palm-thatched ceilings and plenty of island spirit.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Caesar salad with fresh ginger, house-made croutons, shaved Parmesan and lemon-garlic dressing
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    T.V. salad of young greens, red Flame Seedless grapes, Marcona almonds, goat cheese and sherry wine vinaigrette
    Second course (choose one):
    Macadamia nut-crusted mahimahi with mango salsa, balsamic glaze, Dungeness crab risotto cake and sautéed green beans
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    Indonesian lamb yellow curry with eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, parsnips, green beans, fingerling potatoes and Calrose rice
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    “Express Chicken” stuffed with prosciutto and Boursin
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    Fulton Farms flat iron with fingerlings, braised greens, red chimichurri and crispy parsnips
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    “Divine Shrimp” with snap peas, wild mushrooms, bell pepper, carrots and spicy citrus-honey glaze
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    Crispy tofu stir-fry with green onions, carrots, mushrooms, red onions, garlic, ginger and pad Thai noodles
    Third course (choose one):
    Peanut butter lava cake
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    Trader Vic’s snowball
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    Apple cobbler
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    Urban Fondue

    NW Portland / Nob Hill • European

    Located in Northwest Portland, Urban Fondue is a unique dining experience. Locally owned, Urban Fondue brings fresh, local ingredients to the table creating mouthwatering fondue entrees and an experience not to be forgotten. Favorite menu items to try include smoked farmhouse cheddar fondue, brie and Gorgonzola fondue, Heath Bar chocolate fondue and peanut-butter-and-chocolate fondue. Open daily for dinner at 5 p.m.

    Urban Fondue can accommodate groups of up to 30 people. We also offer our “loft”, a cozy semi-private space for parties up to 12 people. Our newly expanded deck seating can accommodate groups up to 30 for a special Urban Fondue dinner or Happy Hour get-together. Reservations are required.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Choice of house-made cheese fondue served with local hearth-baked bread Fondue options: Smoked local farmhouse cheddar
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    Brie and Gorgonzola with roasted hazelnuts
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    Tomato basil ruby port with white cheddar, Swiss and Gruyère finished with caramelized sweet onions and port wine
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    Tillamook white cheddar and caraway
    Second course (choose one soup and one entrée):
    Soups: Roasted chicken broth
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    Roasted beef broth
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    Tomato-clam broth simmered with peppers, fennel, Italian parsley and caramelized onions
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    “Urban Yosenabe” chicken and clam broth with hints of lemongrass, ginger, sweet chilies and soy Entrées: Fresh baby lobster tails marinated in cilantro, citrus zest and Meyer lemon oil and local New York strip loin seasoned with marjoram, extra-virgin olive oil and spices
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    Carlton pork, local breast of chicken, East Coast scallops and Tiger prawns
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    Tender strips of local chicken tossed in cracked pepper, garlic and parsley
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    Thinly-sliced Carlton pork and local New York strip loin seasoned with marjoram, extra-virgin olive and spices
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    Fresh baby lobster tails and tiger prawns marinated in cilantro, citrus zest and Meyer lemon oil
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    Local Chinook salmon, East Coast scallops, Pacific oysters and tiger prawns marinated in cilantro, citrus zest and Meyer lemon oil
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    Tofu, marinated tomatoes, artichoke hearts, grilled onions, sweet carrots, mushrooms, scallops and asparagus
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    Seasoned choice beef rib eye, Carlton pork, house-made sausages, Chinook salmon, breast of local chicken, tiger prawns, baby lobster tails and East Coast scallops (for two people)
    Third course:
    Chocolate-butterscotch fondue: Decadent butterscotch swirled in chocolate
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    Verdigris

    NE Portland • French

    Verdigris Restaurant is a small, elegant, contemporary, French-inspired restaurant on Northeast Fremont. Owners Johnny and Kristina Nunn are dedicated to creating a warm, personalized and memorable experience for every diner. Verdigris serves a blend of modern and traditional fare with an ever-changing menu and wine list. The cuisine is highlighted by house-made breads, simply prepared local produce, low-temperature cooking with clean, light accompaniments and ingredient-driven desserts. The dining space was created to amplify the elements of the cuisine – tastefully simple, classic and inviting.

    Menu
    First course (choose one):
    Soup du jour (gluten free + vegetarian)
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    Roasted red & golden beet salad with house ricotta, hazelnut streusel and arugula (vegetarian)
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    Grilled baby octopus salad with Spanish chorizo, white beans, parsley and orange (gluten free)
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    Pork rillettes with grilled house-made brioche, brandied apple compote and mustard
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    Living butter lettuce salad with croutons, radishes, pine nuts and blue cheese dressing (vegetarian)
    Second course (choose one):
    Pasta du jour (vegetarian)
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    Chicken two ways: seared breast and mushroom and hazelnut stuffed leg with baby carrots (gluten free)
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    Idaho trout: en Papillote smoked trout, Cippolini onions, red potatoes and citrus butter (gluten free)
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    Braised meatballs with creamy semolina, collard greens, roasted red peppers, sauce debris
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    Seared 6oz Cascade Terres Major steak with duck fat potatoes, roasted garlic and Béarnaise sauce (gluten free)
    Third course (choose one):
    Chocolate pot de crème with sugar cookies (vegetarian) or Pineapple tarte tatin with buttermilk ice cream (vegetarian)
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    Yakuza Lounge

    Alberta Arts District • Japanese

    Inspired by the Japanese izakaya concept, Yakuza is a food-lover’s bar serving exceptional food and drinks best shared with good friends. Chef David Gaspar de Alba’s daily food specials are devised around organic, local ingredients, complementing menu favorites like kale salad, Kobe tartare, tempura scallops, hamachi, pork cheek and the legendary Yakuza Burger, Portland Monthly Magazine’s Best Burger in 2009. To wash it all down, the restaurant features a wide selection of sakes, house cocktails, beer and wine.

    Menu
    First course:
    Salad of lacinto kale, shallot, lemon and edamame
    Second course:
    Tempura scallops with spicy aioli, lemon and nori
    Third course:
    Fried kale, seasonal vegetables and avocado
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    Spicy, minced ahi tuna with jicama and kaiware (daikon sprouts)
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    Zeus Café

    Downtown • American/New American

    Open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the Crystal Hotel’s first-floor Northwest-style café is an ideal spot to meet up downtown. The Zeus Café features an open kitchen and a menu that uses local, seasonal ingredients. Huge windows will offer plenty of natural light indoors and heated, dog-friendly outdoor seating is available on the sidewalk.

    Menu
    First course:
    Thai green bean salad
    Second course:
    Beef cheek cannelloni
    Third course:
    Arborio rice pudding with balsamic caramel, Szechuan cream and fresh berries
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