For the traveler who prefers the intimacy of a B&B it is hard to imagine anything better. Located within easy reach of downtown Portland, the Northeast Convention Center, and the Rose Quarter, this B&B oozes a character and charm that its ownership has tended well. It is an "old" (1905) house with a lot of history that helps give character ...
Restaurants near Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn for Green Travelers
- 210.89 mi0.89 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
- 220.89 mi
- 231.0 mi1.0 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 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
- 240.95 mi0.95 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 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 ...
- 250.61 mi0.61 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn
The centerpiece of this northeast Portland newcomer—inspired by Argentina rather than Texas, Memphis, or Kansas City—is the custom-made, wood-fired grill, a massive stainless-steel beast from Ann Arbor–based Grillworks. Grab a counter seat in front of the action, and order the Asado Argentino, a sizzling combination platter of steak, ribs, sweetbreads, chorizo, and morcilla, a blood sausage made with walnuts, raisins, ...
- 260.96 mi0.96 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
perfect selection, perfect portions, pasta made in house! i think ive found my new go-to.
- 270.64 mi0.64 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
A cider lover's must. Location is the site of both the cidery and tasting room. Always at least 6 Reverend Nat's ciders on tap (my favorite is the hopricot) and 2-3 guest beers for you non cider drinking friends. Limited seating available.Popular withLocalFoodies
- 280.92 mi0.92 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
Lobster Mac and Cheese. Skee ball. Indoor swinging porch swing seating. Many local and semi local beers on tap, but upstairs and down. Small dance floor downstairs -- least time I went on I Friday night they had some 80s music and Prince playing. Old school arcade games. All around cool place. Chill bar/restaurant atmosphere upstairs. Games, music, and dancing ...Popular withFoodiesLocalNightlife
- 291.0 mi1.0 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
Specializing in local farm-to-table fare and microbrews, the farm tries to recreate a rural ambience in an urban environment, and they do quite a good job at it. Popular eats include smoked salmon deviled eggs and pan-fried trout, as well as plenty of vegetarian-friendly options. They also serve beer, wine, and cocktails and even make their own bitters in house.Popular withVegetarianWellnessOutdoor
- 300.4 mi
- 310.91 mi
- 320.62 mi0.62 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
Having sampled a variety of Ethiopian restaurants in the Northwest and especially D.C., I can say I've got a modest understanding of the food. As a daring meat eater, I've even had Kit Fo (basically raw hamburger hot spiced to hell so you forget you're eating RAW HAMBURGER) a couple of times and have survived. I've been to this restaurant ...Popular withVegetarian
- 330.39 mi0.39 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
Good bagels and they serve Stumptown. Unlike the downtown branch it has plenty of seating.
- 340.95 mi0.95 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
Great little neighborhood restaurant; Italian-inspired with the use of many local ingredients. Casual dining in warm, inviting atmosphere.Popular withVegetarianFoodiesFamilies
- 350.99 mi0.99 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
Bakery Bar leaves one the impression that it's a tin shack off the side of the street, but walk further up the pavement and you'll see a bakery, serving breakfast sandwiches, coffee, and assorted sweets. I recommend the biscuit jammies, where jam is already slabbed between the biscuit. Also, check out their enormous cinnamon buns if you crave something sweet.Popular withFoodies
- 360.3 mi
- 370.79 mi0.79 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn1 review
I don't have high expectations regarding Airport food and hence I'm rarely disappointed. But if you're willing to walk around a bit, PDX has a decent selection of culinary options and at comparable prices. I was heading home after another nice Portland weekend. I was a bit early and all I really wanted to do was settle into a seat ...
- 382.18 mi
- 391.6 mi1.6 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn
Great brunch menu, prepare for a very long wait to be seated though. Open air seating and dogs welcome. Pro-tip: while you wait you can grab a mug and enjoy cup of coffee outside while waiting to be seated! Vegan friendly!Popular withVegetarianGreenBudget
- 401.79 mi1.79 mi from Lion and the Rose Victorian B&B Inn2 reviews
This Stumptown Coffee outpost is located at the Ace Hotel and just a few blocks from Powell's. It's got a cool and hip vibe and a comfortable area of stuffed furniture in the Hotel Lobby to enjoy your beverage. I've done that and taken my coffee to go. This time around, I bought a cool "camp" coffee mug, paid an ...Popular withGreenFamiliesTrendsters