Open Hours:Lunch: Weekdays 11:30am – 3pm, Dinner: 6pm – 11pm, Fri & Sat til 1am., Sun 5pm – 11pm
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Member Reviews (11)
- Clyde CommonOct 19, 2013
OK, so you have to be prepared for the hipster element - this restaurant is inside the Ace Hotel, right next to a branch of Portland's own Stumptown Coffee Roasters. But as long as you don't mind the too-cool-for-school crowd of digerati nomads, then swinging into a seat at a communal table (no reservations accepted except for groups of more than six people), you'll get some of the most creative, freshly sourced New American cooking in town. It's not cheap, but you'd pay much more than this for the same kind of meal in San Francisco or Seattle.
- Clyde CommonMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Aug 28, 2013
Clyde Common is conveniently located in the same block as the Ace Hotel, Stumptown Coffee, and Kenny and Zuke's. The drinks are good and the communal style dining lends a more personal air to the restaurant-bar. However, the pricey meals are over-hyped. For example, the truffle salted popcorn is good, but is it really worth $6? I don't think so.Recommended for:Trendsters
- Clyde CommonAmbassadorMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3Jan 24, 2013
Probably the best place in Portland for a good cocktail, this place has an incredibly cool vibe to 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.
- Clyde CommonMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jul 05, 2012
**EURO FLAIR AT THE ACE HOTEL**
It's fun to be European and venture into Nate Tilden and Matt Piacentini's stylish hangout in the Ace Hotel building, where the cocktails are amazing (order the Tonga-Tonga) and the pasta/meat dishes and fresh greens are just as spectacular.
The long communal tables and well-seasoned bartenders added to the ambiance. The food stacked up well. The menu was consistent with the seasonal offerings.
ORDER THIS: Anything with with meat and chick peas in it.
CON: They do not offer Happy Hour on Sundays.
- Clyde CommonFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Food at this place is amazing. Only been here a few times, but each time I'm blown away by the food. Love it. The chicken I had here once was probably the best I'd had in my life. Super juicy and tasty.
Service is also cool. Super friendly and responsive, but not intrusive or annoying. Ask any waiter for recommendations, and they'll give you an earful. Seems like they've tried all of the dishes they serve, so they'll give you their opinion of them, and they also know their wines quite well. Impressive.