Restaurants in Oregon

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This establishment in north Portland has been operating in one form or another for over eight decades. Larry and Carla White have been in charge for... Read More

The restaurant boasts a Napa Valley pedigree and such dishes as Columbia River sturgeon with Chioggia beets and savoy cabbage. Read More

The extensive menu at this upscale Peruvian spot presents some tough decisions. The small-plate selection is awfully tempting, with choices like grilled... Read More

The downside of Apizza Scholls being on every “best of Portland” list are the long wait times or the shop running out of dough and closing for the night... Read More

Co-owned by the founder of Stumptown coffee with a chef who's cooked for Momofuku and Blue Hill, be sure to snag a spot at the counter at Ava Gene's.... Read More

What sets this sushi apart is it's made from certified sustainably-sourced seafood. Order your rolls with sake and take in the dark, stylish wood decor. Read More

Like an eccentric dinner party in chef and co-owner Naomi Pomeroy’s exhibition kitchen, the dining area is comprised of a pair of communal tables, and... Read More

Bel Ami has an impressive collection of spirits, particularly American whiskey, plus concoctions like East of Eden (gin, lemon and an Oregon Pinot Gris... Read More

This restaurant turns out “New Ranch Cuisine” (for example, a sophisticated version of meatloaf) in a converted 1923 smithy. Read More

Local, organic, and totally vegan, Blossoming Lotus serves raw item specials and with a full bar. Read More

The restaurant offers exceptional views of the river and bridge, a tasting room for the Oregon Coast's Flying Dutchman Winery, and a small-plates menu... Read More

Tommy Habetz and Nick Wood debuted their humble, market-driven sandwich shop in Southeast Portland in late 2008 and spawned a downtown location in mid... Read More

Tommy Habetz and Nick Wood debuted their humble, market-driven sandwich shop in Southeast Portland in late 2008 and now have several locations... Read More

Justin Woodward, a Noma alum, spotlights foraged ingredients at Castagna. Diners can expect a 12-course tasting menu with dishes including Dungeness... Read More

The restaurant puts local produce to good use: foraged chanterelles in pasta, roasted organic beets with fresh fish. Read More

Opened in 2004 near the Willamette River's eastern banks, Clarklewis (named after the two American adventurers and piorneers) has been instrumental in... Read More

The best of the area’s seafood cafés, the restaurant serves excellent Dungeness crab cakes and fish-and-chips. Read More

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