This jazz-fueled supper club in the trendy Pearl District contains yellow, art-lined walls, a mezzanine lounge, and tables and counters overlooking a stage backed by red curtains. Chef Antoine Golden oversees a Med-French menu, which includes Greek dips like hummus and baba ghanoush, salads, and burgers – both beef and lamb – as well as more substantial items like steak au poivre and coq au vin. The cocktail menu contains classics like the Sazerac and a twist on the Sidecar called a Portland Trolley Car. Resident musicians like guitarist Mel Brown and guest acts perform, with cover ranging from free to $20.
Check out the nearby Museum of Contemporary Craft, which is appropriately located in the Pearl District, originally named after the “pearls” — galleries and lofts — that sprouted up amidst the neighborhood’s well-worn warehouses.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Cover Charge
- Food Served
- Local Favorite
- Sunday - Closed