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.
111 Southwest Columbia Street Southwest First Avenue, Behind the Marriott Hotel Portland, OR 97201
With its combination of atmosphere, food and downtown location, Mandarin Cove has consistently been rated one of the city's finest Chinese restaurants. The decor features Chinese good luck colors of red and pink. Servers in tuxedos provide friendly, professional service and make recommendations from the extensive menu. You will find everything from Kung-Pao Chicken to specialties like Mandarin Shrimp, along with a full bar. Lunch specials are available throughout the week. You can also enjoy Happy Hour special discount rates and unlimited appetizers here. Worth a shot!
Situated next to the Hawthorne Bridge, this warm and congenial restaurant and bar is popular for its inviting patio. The decor features attractive mahogany, brass and mirrors. It is a favorite spot for the lunch crowd, the happy hour lovers and those on romantic interludes. Take a seat in one of the booths for a more intimate experience. Reasonably priced flavorful renditions of fresh, seasonal fare come from the kitchen. Try a broiled chicken sandwich from the lunch menu or just order a Spanish coffee from the bar. The bar is open until 2:30a daily.
Although this is a fairly large chain, this is the only location in Oregon. The Civic Auditorium is just across the street and makes this steakhouse a likely choice before the theater. If you are hungry, go for it and order the 24-ounce Porterhouse. If you cannot finish it, you will have the makings of a great sandwich for lunch tomorrow. The only drawback is the side dishes that run your tab up as quickly as the cocktails. Full bar service is available. The dim lights and classy decor makes for an ideal location to enjoy an intimate meal with close ones.
In a sea of Thai restaurants, this one stands out from the rest. Traditional fare is the specialty here, focusing on flavorful curries and a symphony of seafood. The restaurant is actually a part of a family dynasty. The owner's mother and sister own their own eateries in town. Close to downtown, this Northeast Portland location is a bit hipper than the others. Try the Green Papaya Salad, shredded papaya mixed with shrimp, cherry tomatoes, peanuts and Thai chilies and served with sweet, sticky rice. Only cash payments are accepted.
This swanky steakhouse serves up stylish dishes at The Benson Hotel. Meats and desserts are fired up tableside, and the elaborate dishes are mastered before your very eyes, making the experience deliciously entertaining. If a big juicy steak is not your thing, try the Wicked Shrimp or Roasted Vegetable Plate. If you do order steak, be aware that steaks ordered rare will arrive a little more underdone than most tastes will allow. Darkly lit with a full bar, this restaurant is favored by the Portland Trailblazers.
311 Southwest Washington Street Portland, OR 97204
You will find a wide cross section of Portland's population at this cafe and club where dollar drinks, good beats and good eats draw the crowds. Large street-front windows mix with the surrounding funk and dance sounds. This Downtown Portland location attracts both the young elite and more casual creatures of the night, so anything goes here. Bar food items like sandwiches, salads and burgers are served through the late night. Disc jockeys spin both rhythm and blues mixed with top 40 hits.
200 Southwest Market Street Suite 105 Portland, OR 97201
It is no wonder that this small, unassuming restaurant is a favorite among Japanese business travelers. Located in an office building, you will find the most authentic Japanese food in town. Menu items at Restaurant Murata, are even listed in Japanese with English subtitles. The Kaiseki banquet is an elaborate meal with a string of surprising dishes.
Enhance your meal with a spot on the outdoor deck as you enjoy the fresh air and buzz of Northwest 23rd Avenue. Tara Thai Northwest is a casual restaurant with an easygoing ambience. The indoor dining area is surrounded by antique embroidery. The food matches the setting with exciting, spicy Thai dishes. There are some exotic soups and salads that turn the ordinary upside down. The Evil Jungle Prince, a potent red curry dish is highly recommended. The Krob Kai-Khao Niew, Laotian specialty is a meal in itself. Beer and wine are served in the bar to enrich the food.
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