Portland, Oregon

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American
Southeast Portland
13 reviews
Specializing in adventurous meat dishes of extraordinary quality, this cozy French restaurant is one of the best in Portland. — Fodor's
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Italian
11 reviews
This Division Street Italian restaurant, which is owned by the same team as Tusk, mills their own flour on-site for their five daily pastas, each of which are great and worth trying. — The Infatuation
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Peruvian
Downtown
8 reviews
This stylishly renovated warehouse in the Pearl District is a star in the Portland restaurant scene — Where
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Italian
Downtown
9 reviews
Chef Greg Higgins has helped to set the standard for local and sustainable cooking at his eponymous restaurant near Portland State University. — Travel + Leisure
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American
6 reviews
The set menus are either seven or nine courses and include choices of appetizer, main dish and dessert (vegetarian choices available), with the option of a wine pairing. — Lonely Planet
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American
Southeast Portland
10 reviews
Fans of these "cool" but "cozy" European-style salumerias in the Northwest District and Buckman like that they have a "big-city deli and butcher-shop feel". — Zagat
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Spanish
Northeast Portland
11 reviews
Patrons begin lining up before 5pm for this intimate tapas spot with big flavors. — Michelin Guide
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American
Southeast Portland
10 reviews
"Brilliant" chef Justin Woodward tinkers with one of the city's most "intriguing menus", an "amazing modernist take on Northwest ingredients and flavors". — Zagat
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American
Northeast Portland
8 reviews
Salvage-style décor and pre-industrial (wood-fired) dining. — Not For Tourists
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Sandwiches
Southeast Portland
7 reviews
Hugely popular and vegetarian-unfriendly is this hip and meaty spot, where grass-fed steaks, pork chops and mussels frites (French fries) dominate the menu. — Lonely Planet
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American
Northeast Portland
13 reviews
Located near the Alberta District, a top showcase for all things beef, and anything from pork- trotters osso bucco to chicken-liver mousse and quail-egg toast. — Rough Guide
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American
Downtown
9 reviews
"Bluehour" evokes a moment, the time when the afternoon darkens and the evening comes on, and feelings shift into a more sensual mood. — Oregonian
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American
Northwest District
10 reviews
The cheese selection, on display under a glass case just inside the front door, is extensive and exquisite. — Fodor's
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Asian
Northeast Portland
10 reviews
The chicken wings are justly famous, but broaden your palate and sample some of the menu's under-the-radar dishes, like Chiang Mai sausage. — Condé Nast Traveler
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American
6 reviews
This hotly anticipated eatery in Downtown's Hotel Lucia from chef Vitaly Paley seems a world away from his more demure Paley's Place. — Zagat
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American
Downtown
6 reviews
Chophouse fare with international flair — Zagat
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American
Downtown
8 reviews
Pastry chef Danille Pruett contributes whoopee pies with peanut butter filling and baked Alaska with bourbon ice cream, shrouded in marshmallow meringue and topped with walnuts. — Travel + Leisure
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Southeast Portland
8 reviews
"Fantastic" "down-home" cooking "with a NW twist" supported by "good ol' Southern hospitality". — Zagat
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European
8 reviews
No, the servers don't wear Red Army uniforms, and the menu isn't peppered with Soviet puns, but there's still a theme of nostalgia at this Russian throwback restaurant. — Lonely Planet
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American
Northeast Portland
6 reviews
The custom-made, wood-fired grill stars at this pricey Boise-Eliot Argentinean that pulls in crowds for its sizzling mash-up of South American and Pacific NW cuisines. — Zagat
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