Located next to Genoa restaurant, Accanto is a small yet delightful Italian cafe, serving homemade delicacies and wines from the wineries of Europe. The chef and brains behind this Italian masterpiece David Anderson ensures that the ingredients are fresh and sourced from local suppliers. Needless to say, the ever-changing menu of pastas, antipasti and fish preparation reflect the change in the season. Walk in here during their happy hours and you can avail special discounts on beers, appetizers and antipasti. The restaurant is also open for brunch where you can indulge in specialties like Creamy Polenta, Hangtown Fry and Potato and Truffle Omelet. Make sure you pair your food with a selection of wine from its extensive wine list.
A cozy and intimate atmosphere, an exquisite Italian food and wine affair, topped by an impeccable service, is what you can expect at a Cena Ristorante in Sellwood neighborhood of Portland. The restaurant offers a top-notch fine dining experience, where you can relish on expert Chef Gabe Gabreski's take on the Italian cuisine which are prepared from locally sourced ingredients. The food served here is fresh, right from the daily-baked breads to hand-made pastas to the delectable sauces that complement the meal, without compromising on the original flavors. Paired with a selection of wine from its extensive wine list, you cannot ask for a better Italian meal. It's a must visit restaurant for every Italian food aficionados.
Torta-landia can be easily described in three words - Burritos, Tortas and Margaritas. Exceptional variety and great quality make this hole-in-the-wall the neighborhood's go-to spot. It has everything going for it - super-friendly staff, amazing food and fun atmosphere, equaling to a memorable dining experience. The menu lets you in on a Mexican street-food extravaganza with a lot to choose from - Traditional Street Tacos, Carnitas del Diablo Burrito, Pescado Torta, Chile Verde along with sides and saucy salsa dips. Order a pitcher of their fresh margarita or a pint of beer, and enjoy the good time with good company.
This small Swedish eatery packs a punch in the Scandinavian dining scene of Portland. Swedish meatballs, lamb burger and Stockholm hotdog find a place in the moderately dished out menu. Diners get to choose a side dish too from choices like sautéed greens and country ham. The decor is simple, and the ambiance, refreshing and welcoming. With only 12 tables in this cozy space a wait time is to be expected, but the cuisine and overall experience is well worth it!
1212 Southeast Division Street De Nada Gallery Portland, OR 97202
Los Gorditos, the restaurant, located in Southeast Portland, began as a food truck that gained so much popularity that they had to open a new location in order to adequately appease their loyal customers. Los Gorditos only accepts cash and patrons have to bus their own tables, but the service is fast, fantastic, friendly, and the food is amazing. Prices are low. Their goal is to get the people fed, full, and on to their next destination. Furthermore, vegans and vegetarians as well as meat eaters have equally as many options on the menu. Enchiladas can be made with vegan sour cream, and even vegan chicken curls that might make meat eaters consider converting.
There is nothing so unique in Portland, as this owner-operated collective that is equal parts coffeehouse, eatery, music venue and good place to stop off for a beer or a revolution. Everything is vegan, organic and as local as possible, including a couple of rotating taps with local brews. Bring your own laptop to take advantage of free Wi-Fi, or use their terminals. With one of the best tempeh reubens in town, well-simmered soups and delicious Cherry Bomb baked goods, they can sometimes be overrun. Just relax with some subversive literature and a beverage while waiting for your meal - it's worth the wait.
This multipurpose space reflects the varied interests of the small community that own a share in this distillery, brewery, restaurant and libation-themed candy-land. Happy hour from 3-6p every day features several low-cost versions of inventive bar food, as well as the tornado of French fries. 62 rotating taps feature nitro and cask beers as well as other local micro-brews and micro-spirits. Though busy sometimes, the wait-staff is unfailingly pleasant and helpful.
This modern, neighborhood bar is home to good drinks and daily food specials as well as one of the finest bar bands in town every Monday night. The long and irresistible list of cocktails is supplemented by happy hour drinks that you'd love to have. The concise bar menu includes the usual, such as hamburgers and fish tacos, except made of fresh, local ingredients and presented as good restaurant food. Be sure to check out the kitchen's special of the day. Though smoke-free during the day, after 10pm people are allowed to light up as they like.
This hip, little breakfast and lunch haven is all about the house special. For starters, everything is baked, so you know it's good for you. All their ingredients are organic where possible and always fresh, so you know it's tasty. Add to that a menu that includes Mediterranean favorites, a comprehensive lineup of sandwiches and build your own frittata. Sandwiches come on the house special (and right out of the oven) potato focaccia. Enjoy the garden patio on the avenue when the weather's nice. If you have time for a relaxing breakfast, you'll definitely be rewarded.
4534 Southeast McLaughlin Boulevard Portland, OR 97202
Conveniently located at the intersection of Holgate and Highway 99, this old standby of a Mexican restaurant has been serving Portland inexpensive and decent Mexican food for over 20 years. While the main restaurant has the "advantage" of being serenaded by mariachi on weekend nights, those without children usually flock to the expansive bar in back. Don't miss their trademark bowl of liquor the size of your head, also on special every Saturday night with a two bowl limit.
Schnitzel reigns supreme in this original German restaurant, but rotisserie
meats, wursts (sausages), sandwiches and salads are also available. German beers are plentiful, but you will also find wine and a full bar. Come for the extremely economical daily ...
A part of the reputed Hilton chain, Hilton Portland &
Executive Tower is quite a luxurious and comfortable hotel. Each of the two buildings feature lavish rooms and grand suites, well facilitated to make your stay as comfortable as ...
Enjoy dining, drinking and movie watching all in one 700
seat arena. Built by Universal Studios in 1927, this theater is a Portland landmark that provides a splendid view from the balcony. Enjoy your favorite slice of pizza or ...