Named after the Latin American form of dance, Pambiche offers eclectic Cuban and Creole flavors. Ajiaco, Creole chicken, jumbo Gulf prawns in wine sauce, braised oxtails, and the ubiquitous flan are definitely worth your attention. Sangria and wines flow freely, though the Cuban espresso is equally potent in its own way. And if you find yourself an alien among the Spanish-speaking folk, order from the succulent takeout menu. Prices are satisfactory much to your glee.
The 'Pig 'N Pancake' story started way back from 1961, and since then there has been no looking back for its owners Bob and Marianne Poole. The homemade and close to perfect pancakes at this eatery are simply delicious. Try the Buttermilk, Swedish, Sourdough and French Batter pancakes, and you'll be ready for more. These original creations of the Poole family have satisfied the palates of millions and have lived long enough to pass down to their generations. One could also find some tasty soups here, so go ahead and give the Pig a shot!
10820 Northeast Sandy Boulevard Portland, OR 97220
El Sombrero Mexican Restaurant is one of the few Mexican restaurants in Portland that offers breakfast day or night. Order up a delicious shrimp omelette with all the sides or an order of Huevos Rancheros whenever the craving hits. Try one of the many types of fajitas for dinner. The Villa complete with peppers, steak and onions, is especially filling. Cocktails are available. Do not let the unassuming exterior fool you; an authentic dining experience awaits you inside. The restaurant is clean and decorated with pottery, paintings and other tasteful items.
517 Northeast Killingsworth Street Portland, OR 97211
Authentic Mexican artwork and colorful, cozy booths provide a genuine Southwestern dining experience. The cheerful staff will serve your favorite daiquiri or other cocktail while you study the expansive menu and munch on chips and salsa. You will find plenty of affordable Mexican entrees, from tacos to tostadas, chimichangas to fajitas. Health-conscious patrons may prefer one of the vegetarian or seafood dishes.
11707 Northeast Airport Way Shilo Suites Hotel Portland, OR 97220
Located in the Shilo Suites Hotel at the Portland airport, this fine dining restaurant is a great place to enjoy a romantic interlude. Shilo Restaurant's ambiance is warm and elegant with plenty of fine linens and low lighting. The full bar serves cocktails, bottles of wine or whatever you prefer. Pasta lovers can choose from Seafood Fettucine, Linguine Pomodoro and other fabulous dishes. Those with heartier appetites will enjoy Coconut Shrimp or the porterhouse.
Bagel Land is a cheery Northeast Portland deli and bakery that has been serving delicious bagels for more than 25 years. For less than a dollar, you can find the bagel that best suits your mood, from plain old pumpernickel to exotic pesto. Truly ravenous customers can enjoy one of the huge bagel sandwiches including a Mediterranean Veggie with feta, hummus and a smattering of fresh vegetables. Order a bowl of steaming soup to accompany your meal. Be sure to ask about catering for your next gathering.
Calling an old house on Fremont Street home, Red Fig is a little restaurant that offers deliciously fresh bentos for lunch and dinner. The sauces alone make this place more than the average bento stand. For a small price you can get a beef, chicken, veggie, curry or potsticker lunch served over white or brown rice. Other meal options include sandwiches like the salmon pita or the teriyaki cheese burger. Beer and wine are also available in plenty.
7000 Northeast Airport Way Main Terminal Pre-Security Portland, OR 97218-1031
Located at the Portland International Airport, one of America's busiest and top airports, Beaches Restaurant & Bar is a perfect stopover for jaded and jet-lagged travelers or for those bound on a journey. Offering contemporary American cuisine in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere, the restaurant doesn't fail to impress. Beaches is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner; and the inlaid tropical theme adds to the casual vibe. A la carte and take-away menus are offered; favorites including the Pacific Crab & Artichoke Melt, Oyster Shooter, 5 Cheese Mac & Cheese, Caribbean Jerk Chicken and Plank Cut Cod Fish & Chips. The bar area is perfect to unwind with crafted cocktails, beers and other spirits. Service is efficient and prices are grounded.
6000 Northeast Glisan Street At 60th Avenue Portland, OR 97213
If you are content with a pub that calls itself "Irish" simply because it serves Guinness and observes St. Patrick's Day, so be it. On the other hand, if you are looking for a place where all things Irish are celebrated almost daily, you may have found your home away from home. With traditional Irish music, friendly conversation and Irish accents filling the air, this is the undisputed center of all that is Irish in Portland. Low tables and benches surround a custom-built red oak bar. Full bar service, Irish breakfasts, lunches and pub fare are offered.
This part of town used to be pretty rough and rundown, but galleries and restaurants like this Cajun cookery are giving the neighborhood a new name. Dining here is dark, describing both the lighting and the food. Blackened seasonings keep regulars coming back for more catfish. The rose-colored Fried Green Tomatoes, dished up on green pepper rouille, are delightful. Be sure to save room for Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce. Unpretentious and come as you are, this restaurant reminds you what Southern hospitality is all about.
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