This is a must-visit coffee shop for those who appreciate piping-hot coffee and friendly, efficient service. Unlike some casual diners, there are plenty of accompaniments to your morning java. Enjoy hearty egg breakfasts or choose from the lighter selections. Be sure to stop in for lunch and enjoy one of the enormous sandwiches. The clientele is ever-changing, depending on the time of day; overall, the spot seems to cater to business-people. No credit cards are accepted.
Paddy's Bar & Grill is a great place to relax and meet people after a long day. Set in a casual setting the bar's brass accents add to the cheerful decor. The full bar is stocked with every conceivable beverage, from soda to aged malt whiskey. The menu is laden with Irish delicacies such as the Irish-style chicken pot pie, but also includes steaks and other American favorites.
Revel in a variety of foods and flavors right in the heart of Portland. From original music featuring salsa, reggae and more to outstanding happy hour prices, there is something for everyone at Seges. The regular menu offers a variety of chicken dishes, as well as ethnic flavors that include catfish and spicy lamb. The full bar will keep the party going with your beverage of choice. You will find lots to discover at this unique Caribbean-flavor spot.
This waterfront establishment caters to a variety of diners. You will find businesspeople as well as couples and families enjoying the splendid view here at Newport Bay. The nautical decor is comfortable and unassuming. Start with a beverage from the bar and then order a delicious appetizer. The wide assortment of entrees includes the typical seafood, or ignore the theme and order a burger or crisp salad. For such a great view and classy dining experience, the prices are reasonable.
838 Southwest Park Avenue Fox Tower Portland, OR 97205
Experience a superlative contemporary dining atmosphere at Ringside Fish House in Fox Tower with a mouthwatering variety of seasonal seafood. The decor is notably upscale and refined, with two dynamic private dining spaces featuring top notch business amenities. The highlights of the dinner menu are Herb and Dijon Crusted Rock Fish, Cedar Plank Salmon and Grilled Swordfish. They also offer a special dinner prix-fixe menu and a limited variety of steaks. Check the website to learn more.
The colorful and lively atmosphere, and the boisterous crowd inside Luc Lac is always a welcome delight, especially when all you're looking for, is some form of food at an unearthly hour well past midnight. But then, Luc Lac has always a late night fixture thanks to the comforting food perfect, for the hour and an atmosphere that spells fun. The well-lit restaurant is done up in a vibrant palette with the bright hanging umbrellas being the highlight of the decor. Asian-inspired artwork and murals adorn the walls. The restaurant boasts of some of the best pho in the city and not trying it here would be criminal. Apart from this, the menu has good variety from small plates to fire up your appetite to the banh mi and vermicelli bowls. A selection of wines and beer accompany the food well. The bar offers a killer selection of Vietnam-inspired cocktails. Is it any wonder then, that it's as crowded at night as it is during daytime.
Bringing the tradition of Indian street food to Portland, Bombay Chaat House stands tall amidst the city's excellent food cart scene. Chaat can be described as an assortment of snacks and small plates bursting with spices and flavor, that are usually sold on food carts in India. The chaat selection at Bombay Chaat House is praiseworthy and has excellent variety. From the light and airy bhel puri and the flavorful sev puri to the slightly more filling samosa chaat and alu tikki chana, there's something for everybody. Eating the spicy water-filled paani puri is an experience in itself and worth a try. The menu doesn't end at just chaat though. Bombay Chaat House serves up an excellent selection of vegetable mains served along with aromatic basmati rice. You can also choose to eat them with the assortment of naans and other breads on offer. People who love rice preparations can choose from the Rice Phalow and Vegetable Biryani. Standing at the corner of Southwest 12th and Yamhill, Bombay Chaat House is a firm fixture for Portland's street food lovers.
When it comes to Thai food, there may be many options in Portland but none as unique as Nong's Khao Man Gai. A one dish wonder, the cart offers the Hainanese staple of Khao Man Gai, which is essentially poached chicken served with flavored rice punctuated with the pungeon sauce and a few fresh veggies that achieve the infamous Thai balance. Nong keeps it simple wrapping up the meal in Butcher paper and the side of soup in a paper cup. To keep it from getting too mundane, choices include different cuts of protein, varying degrees of spicy sauce and Khao Man Gai Piset that simply up sizes the staple and adds bits of chicken liver. Wholesome, flavorful and at a great price making this food cart, a must stop by while in the city.
Southwest 6th Avenue and Columbia Portland, OR 97201
A treat of handmade NY style bagels is what you can expect at Rescue Bagels. The fare is an assortment of sandwiches, bagels and cream cheese for single or group dining. Located in downtown Portland, this food cart has become a neighborhood favorite owing to the high quality food served. Apart from individual servings, Rescue Bagels supply in bulk for restaurants, cafes and offices as well. Do call ahead to know more.
350 West Burnside Street Corner of Burnside and SouthWest 3rd Avenue Portland, OR 97209
Lonesome's Pizza is what you'd call a rock and roll pizza joint. The cool people and patrons enjoy the city's best pizza in house or at home and can have grub covered till the wee hours of the morning. When it comes down to the menu, there's a challenge. You could try the number 3. Jacques Cousteau vs that stingray that killed the crocodile guy or perhaps the number 12. Evel Knievel vs. your slutty little sister would suit you better or if you really want to keep it, simple there's always the number 8. my dad vs. your dad with mozzarella, pear, walnut and gorgonzola. Sandwiches here too clamor for attention but fall short by simply being choices between Smoked Turkey or Traditional Caprese or other humbly named regulars. Bread-sticks, beverages and salads form groupies to each meal and finish it all off with a tub of great ice cream!
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