Restaurants in Oregon

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The locations is part of the popular family-friendly McMenamins chain, where you can chow down on burgers and sandwiches amid railroading memorabilia. Read More

Creative Asian-inspired food and cocktails. Owner Joe Rogers found the name for his bar in Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, where it refers to an... Read More

While they're open for dinner during the week, they're best known for brunch. Be prepared for long lines during the weekend rush. Large parties can wait... Read More

Located in an art-lined basement with communal tables in a building east of the Willamette River, this restaurant sprouted from a charcuterie and... Read More

Come for late night Happy Hour, between 10 and 11 p.m., for such playful snacks as candied peanuts with furikake and chicken lollipops with Sriracha... Read More

Best described as elevated pub food, standouts here are definitely the burgers—brioche bun, house-made pancetta—and spicy fried chicken and Belgian... Read More

Serving up everything from sandwiches, egg plates and a monster breakfast burrito to delicate pastries and breads, expect an hour-long wait on weekends... Read More

A trendy cocktail bar serving up the best vegan bowls and sandwiches in town, Sweet Hereafter's jerk marinated tofu served with coconut kale, black... Read More

Situated in the Kerns neighborhood, this small Mediterranean bistro contains a bar area with banquette seating, a dining room with art-lined walls, and... Read More

The restaurant's small size means you won’t have to share the fresh seafood and made-from-scratch desserts with a crowd. Read More

Before IHOP, there was Original. In downtown Portland, this is the original Original location of the national franchise now famous for its air-filled,... Read More

The Painted Lady Restaurant has become even more of a destination with the opening of an adjacent two-bedroom cottage. After dinner, husband-and-wife... Read More

This wine bar and bistro resides near the Willamette River’s western shore, and has expanded since 2006 to include a 125-seat, river-facing patio,... Read More

The restaurant serves excellent fish and is surprisingly affordable. Read More

The lower level is an old-fashioned soda fountain and candy shop. Read More

This smart and unpretentious tapas restaurant brightens an otherwise quiet street with ruby-red walls and dark wood. Local ingredients are used to... Read More

Andy Ricker specializes in fiery northern Thai cuisine, and he created this whiskey-centric bar across the street from his ever-popular Pok Pok... Read More

This popular food truck serves vegetarian and vegan-friendly Middle Eastern offerings. Try the "Out To Lunch" pita wrap (gorgonzola, caramelized onions,... Read More

This storied sushi restaurant is known as much for its rolls and sashimi, as well as its award-winning, late-night hamburger. The latter comes with... Read More

Vibrant walls, mismatched chairs, and unfinished floors give this hole-in-the-wall a lived-in feel. When the place is packed, grab a seat at a picnic... Read More

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