Most Loved Restaurants: Portland
Ah, Black Butte Porter. The brew that has gotten me through many long nights at bars across the ... read more
country. Here you can get it straight from the tap, at one of Portland's landmark brewpubs in the Pearl district. Also take a look at the experimental and seasonal brews they've got on tap, from Belgian fruit beers to gluten-free versions. Fresh hops galore! All of the food we tried was also above par for pub grub, including artisan burgers and house-made warm, soft pretzels.
Portland City Grill has one of the best happy hour options in Portland. From the hours of 4-6 p.m. ... read more
and 10 p.m. - 12 p.m., PCG offers a great selection of Asian fusion inspired food and great drinks. If you go from 10-12, you'll get a great view of Portland at night. Try and get a booth seat, so you'll get a better view.
...the Tandoori chicken was terrific. While we were sitting eating my sister was already planning ... read more
her next three visits.
Great little food truck, best falafel I ever had. This place is a little further from downtown ... read more
Portland but it's a great excuse to explore other parts of this interesting city.
Award-winning sour beers distinguish Cascade Brewing Company from other IPA-loving Northwest ... read more
brewers. Cascade uses oak barrels to age spices, yeasts, and fruits like strawberries, blueberries, Bing cherries, and apricots. Beyond the creative flavors, the brewery’s main attraction is Tap It Tuesday, when one customer gets to tap a keg with a woodenmallet. Tappers come from all over to participate in the show and reserve spots on the website months in advance. Other events include Fruit Fest, a four-day extravaganza of dozens of tart fruit beers: Plum Rye, Cherry Bourbonic, or Pixie Stix, anyone?
Definitely one of the BIGGEST and best restaurants in Portland. I could not believe the size of it ... read more
and the food was great! Peruvian style tapas dishes, come for the happy hour. It's a bit on the pricey side so it's good for those special occasions but it's very hip and definitely worth checking out at least once while you are in the City of Roses!
OMG ...please go. The breakfast biscuits are on par with Austin's breakfast tacos. We were up there ... read more
for a weekend to try new foods, I loved the biscuits so much I had to go back on the second day to have an encore. Warm hearty meals that make you feel better for the dreary wet weather.
Amazing breakfast place. Small and bigger plates are made for sharing. I highly recommend the ... read more
Moroccan Chicken Hash. So delicious. The service is great.
Probably the best place in Portland for a good cocktail, this place has an incredibly cool vibe to ... read more
it and an excellent bar staff that can help you figure out what drink best suits what you are feeling. Even just having a drink at the bar is worth coming here.
I get a little sad thinking about all the things I didn't get to eat at this tremendous restaurant. ... read more
Of course what I did eat was stupendous--those chicken wings, for instance, and the nifty vinegar drinks, and all the rest. All the hype is true--this place is about as close as you'll get to truly Thai-style food in the US.
Had brunch here a few times. Really good. They're sort of egg connoisseurs here ... so you might ... read more
have to take a quick refresher course before ordering. But no worries, the waitress will be glad to give it to you. Enjoy!
Gabriel Rucker's second Portland restaurant is amazing. Local wine, simple but flavorful dishes, and ... read more
friendly servers. If the Little Bird Bistro was in my neighborhood, I would be a regular.
This should be on any Pacific Northwest Twin Peaks tour guide. The food is great and the atmosphere ... read more
is well crafted.
Excellent food in Gabriel Rucker's famous restaurant. Here you will find ... read more
slightly-off-the-beaten-path versions of classic dishes, like crepes made with nettles, beef bourguignon made with beef cheeks, and foie gras profiteroles with caramel sauce and sea salt for dessert.
Perhaps best known for the made-in-house noodles—Judy’s noodles, sautéed with spinach, jalapeños, ... read more
shiitakes, and green onions in a garlic wine sauce, is their most popular dish—Shandong is a frequent reader’s choice winner in Portland. The restaurant is sleek and modern (a step up from many) and serves some of the best northern Chinese food in the state; don’t miss the hot and sour soup and the Chilean rock crab and shiitake dumpling, so plump and juicy.