Le Bistro Montage
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- 81%Nightlife Lovers
- 75%Local Culture
- 61%Family Travelers
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- Le Bistro MontageMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersWellness
Montage is famous for its quirks - it's open late, its under-the-bridge location is hard to find, it's incredibly dark, the waiters yell to each other, and leftovers are served in foil twisted into shapes like birds or swords - but it stays popular because the food is so darn good. The concept is Cajun/Creole, and you can definitely expect a lot of cheese, grease, and sausage (though vegetarian options are available too). Seating is banquet-style but lighting is candle-low, so the atmosphere is a strange combination of intimate and casual. This place is hugely popular and they don't take reservations, so go early or come prepared for a line.Recommended for:
- Le Bistro MontageMember ofVegetarianLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 7
The Montage, under the east side of the Morrison Bridge, is a ate-night Portland institution known for it's mac and cheese and cajun concoctions. The best thing about this place is that they'll wrap your leftovers up in tin foil shapes (usually roses and swans--sometimes they get more creative with their creations).Recommended for:
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- Le Bistro MontageMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2
I'm such a fan of Le Bistro Montage. Not only are they opened late (they stay open until 2 a.m., which is a rarity in Portland), but the cajun/southern inspired items are delicious. I would recommend trying the country fried steak with gravy and cornbread and the cajun mac n'cheese. Plus, they wrap your leftovers in aluminum foil origami. How sweet is that?Recommended for: