Restaurants near Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House
- 10.17 mi0.17 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House1 review
Good bagels and they serve Stumptown. Unlike the downtown branch it has plenty of seating.
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- 50.71 mi0.71 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House
On the day I dropped by this small bakery, the staff (who were dressed like extras from the movie "Amelie") were standoffish. But once you've run the gauntlet of their icy stares, your reward will be some of the most perfect macaroons you've ever tasted in a full rainbow of flavors, from mint green to maple-bacon brown to strawberry pink. ...Popular withTrendstersFoodies
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- 70.71 mi0.71 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House
As a fellow Southerner, I find Screen Door's southern food to be legit and delicious. I was a bit skeptical at first, but I eventually became a fan. Screen Door takes southern classics such as biscuits and gravy and shrimp and grits, and uses the Northwest's love of organic produce to achieve soulful yet refined gastronomy. I recommend the mac ...Popular withFoodies
- 80.8 mi0.8 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House3 reviews
This butcher counter/steakhouse/sandwich shop is all about the carne. Make sure to order a cocktail as Laurelhurst market is nearly as famous for their drinks as their cuts of beef.Popular withAdventureFoodiesTrendsters
- 90.38 mi0.38 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House
One way to beat the weekend Breakfast crowds is to go really early. The very knowledgeable guy at my hotel's front desk raved about Screen Door and opined that the Cadillac Cafe and Tin Shed would be acceptable second choices. However, Screen Door opens at 9 AM, while the two alternatives are open at 7 AM. And since Cadillac Cafe ...Popular withBusiness
- 100.51 mi0.51 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House2 reviews
With McMenamins, some locals might see a regional chain among a plethora of more interesting choices. Ah Portlandia! After visiting a number of their establishments, I'm reminded of the huge Pappas chain in Houston. Both that Bayou City family and the McMenamin Brothers have their various concepts and execute them consistently well. And for those lucky enough to enjoy their ...Popular withFamilies
- 110.71 mi0.71 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House
I've eaten a lot of meals in Portland, and they've all been great, but somehow this restaurant worked more magic than others--in part because of the funky, casual little room and the glow of the light, and the hominess of it. But the ingredients are astoundingly fresh and perfect, and combined in a just-creative-enough way (Spanish-ish, French-ish) to make you ...Popular withFoodies
- 120.78 mi0.78 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House2 reviews
Perhaps best known for the made-in-house noodles—Judy’s noodles, sautéed with spinach, jalapeños, 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 ...
- 130.85 mi0.85 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House1 review
Less than two blocks from the Ginkgo House, some of the best and freshest oriental noodle dishes ever made-and it is in an old house. Featured by Guy Fieri on The Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives". Say hello to Frank when you're there.
- 140.81 mi
- 150.65 mi0.65 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House1 review
Mmmmm mmmm. City State Diner delivered on its claim of being one of the finest breakfast/brunch/lunch places on Portland's east side. Awesome benedicts and scrambles are just the beginning of all the special things on the menu. A lip-smackingingly good meat loaf plate and a salmon salad sandwich keeps throngs of hungry folks in line out on the curb. And ...
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- 170.58 mi0.58 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House1 review
This is a funky, wonderful, family friendly neigborhood place to get your Gelato. It is run by two sisters, and it has a friendly vibe and a earthy, mini-community room feel to it. It has large store front picture windows to invite you in. But outside, there is a large waterproof yellow couch to invite you to "chill" outside with ...Popular withFamilies
- 180.96 mi0.96 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House1 review
Blown away! I was standing outside what I thought was just your average, run of the mill Panera waiting to meet someone. I was checking my phone when I look up and see this sign in the window that says Panera cares, your non-profit community cafe. I still had some time until my friend arrived so I went in to ...Popular withTrendstersBudgetLocal
- 190.72 mi0.72 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House1 review
I lived on Ole Ole for a long time when I lived in Portland. They used to do $5 veggie burritos that were large enough for both my lunch and dinner so every day after work I'd pick one up and take the rest for lunch the next day. The manager at the StJohns location, later burnside location, was always ...
- 200.96 mi0.96 mi from Contemporary, Private, Independent Alley House1 review
Thin crust, great sauce, and unordinary toppings make Baby Doll Pizza a wonderful choice on Portland's east side. Eat-in or take-out, they have you covered for all your pizza needs. Baby Doll also decorates their own pizza boxes which makes the pizza all the more interesting.