Started in 1946 by restaurateur Dick Sayler, Sayler's has survived sluggish economies, a terrible fire (in 1978), and a visit from George Bush Sr. (a photo of him hangs on the wall) to become one of Portland's most beloved eateries. The place is massive, but maintains a cozy vibe, with cushy booths, friendly servers, and a surprisingly cool bar that runs happy hour from 3-6 pm and 9 pm-midnight every day of the week. The menu is meat, meat, meat, and every meal comes with salad, choice of baked potato or fries, bread, and a lovely little dish of ice cream for dessert.
Designed, built and owned by the people who know how to make a club more than a just club but an actual experience: The owners of Dante’s, Devils Point, the Boom Boom Room, Sassy’s, the (new) Tiger Bar, and the founder and former publisher of Portland’s own Exotic magazine. Enough credentials to know that you are in for a sexy, classy, entertaining time at the Lucky Devil.
Rednecks rejoice! Here's a place you can don your shitkickers, 10 gallon hat and biggest, shiniest belt buckle without a hint of irony. A hearty menu featuring steak, sandwiches, burgers and more to give you energy for all that cattle rustlin'. They also have both types of live music: Country and Western.
Formerly in a trailer on Mississippi, Da Rib Shack has moved into a permanent storefront location. Using all-natural and locally-sourced products to create their red-hot Louisiana-style barbecue ribs and southern fixin's including a number of vegan items if you're not inclined to the meat.
Donuts, bearclaws and bismarks! Oh my! Daily, home-made donuts of every variety. A cake donut and a cup of coffee...breakfast of champions.
Hand-made pizza in a sunny, cafe-like space. Create your own, choose from a selection of cleverly named specialty pies, order by the slice, or check out breakfast for omlettes or waffles. Their hours change for summer/winter, so check their website or give 'em a call before you go.