Portland, Oregon

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American
Southeast Portland
13 reviews
If you want a spot to splurge a bit, whether it’s for an anniversary dinner or to celebrate finally throwing a proper vase in pottery class, go to Le Pigeon. — The Infatuation
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American
6 reviews
The five- and seven-course prix fixe menus spotlight simple, local ingredients and plates are planned around the seasons. The vast wine selection complements the ingredient-driven cuisine. — Forbes Travel Guide
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American
Southeast Portland
9 reviews
Salumist Elias Cairo made a name for himself throughout the country with his artisanal charcuterie. — Fodor's
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Italian
10 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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Bakeries
Southeast Portland
7 reviews
Painted in bright purples, pinks, and greens, this hot spot offers traditional Cuban fare: slow-roasted meats, tropical root vegetables, hearty stews, rice, and beans. — Fodor's
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Italian
Downtown
9 reviews
A light-filled, multi-level space inspired by classic Parisian bistros, chef Greg Higgins’ landmark restaurant is a shrine to seasonal, sustainable cuisine. — DK Eyewitness
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Peruvian
Downtown
7 reviews
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American
Northeast Portland
12 reviews
Menus are set in advance; they consist of five or six courses (though some of the courses are amuse-bouche size), beginning with soup and ending with dessert, and wine pairings. — Where
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American
Old Town - Chinatown
6 reviews
Irving Street's cuisine is consistently interesting, often better than that, and it's drawing diners to its cavernous inside dining room and its loading-dock outside tables. — Oregonian
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American
Southeast Portland
9 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
Northwest District
9 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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American
5 reviews
There are considerable things to like about Jory and the Allison, opened in 2009 when the Willamette Valley liked to imagine itself the "next Napa". — Oregonian
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American
Northeast Portland
7 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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European
7 reviews
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American
Northeast Portland
7 reviews
Salvage-style décor and pre-industrial (wood-fired) dining. — Not For Tourists
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Sandwiches
Southeast Portland
6 reviews
What was once a former convenience store is now an airy brasserie and a popular butcher shop. — Travel + Leisure
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Italian
Southeast Portland
7 reviews
A tapas-style restaurant and wine bar, with inventive Spanish, Italian, and French cuisine. — DK Eyewitness
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American
Downtown
7 reviews
A European gastro pub-inspired menu features bright and simple ingredient-driven dishes. — Concierge
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Southeast Portland
7 reviews
While they're open for dinner during the week, they're best known for brunch. — Travel + Leisure
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Japanese
Southeast Portland
7 reviews
"All sorts of amazing" izakaya fare – including a "nice assortment of fusion dishes", ramen that competes for the "best in town" and a late-night burger fans "rave about". — Zagat
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