Mother's Bistro & Bar serves up slow-cooked food in the heart of downtown Portland. Featuring authentic cooking from mothers around the world, signature dishes include pot roast, meat loaf, chicken and dumplings, crab cakes and more.
One of Portland's newest concepts, the Newport Seafood Grill offers you an upscale casual atmosphere and a large menu of fresh seafood and sushi. Each day there are over a dozen seafood items on the fresh sheet, making it one of the best seafood spots.
Known for outstanding breakfasts & lunches and have gotten a tremendous following for dinners. Serving interesting, creative & affordable Northwest cuisine including fresh seafood, quality meats, interesting pastas and a variety of sandwiches & salads.
This spot produces the fun factor with a neon pink sign, light-pink walls, an open kitchen and a '61 Caddy safely locked behind a wood- and glass-paneled garage door. Weekend brunch offers staples like a variety of pancakes, steak & eggs, and french toast
The bustling dining room with high ceilings, vintage Italian ad posters and a partially open kitchen has all the elements of a neighborhood favorite. A long list of pastas is split between traditional dishes & creative bowls are available.
The heart and soul of their cooking is homey, honest, unpretentious, and homemade. Robust food served without frills or fuss. Everything is made from scratch, in their kitchen, using the best possible ingredients. Veal is free-range & naturally fed.
Noble Rot's seasonal food menu changes depending on what's ripening on the roof-top garden, local supply and Leather's inspiration. Ingredients are sourced local, seasonable & mostly organic. One of Portland's premiere wine bars.
Exploring vibrant flavors from Spain, Portugal, the Caribbean and across the Americas, 'Oba!'s menu is the intersection where bold Latin traditions, spices and preparations meet seasonal, often locally-sourced ingredients.
Unique garden dining, warm hospitality & remarkable food, Meriwether's is a renewal of the classic country inn. Chef Earl Hook's food reflects a farm to table approach with a Pacific Northwest menu, including fresh produce from their own Skyline farm.