Right in the heart of the old brewery district, Rogue gives those other brewers a run for their money with a selection of fine beers(over 30 on tap) and a large selection of good eats. Updated, selections of hearty pub food, quite often with a Rouge ale in the recipe, await hungry diners.
Two Tarts specialize in mini specialty cookies which you can buy from their storefront, sell in your own store or have them cater your party. Pecan Tessies, Peanut Butter Creams, Ginger Chocolate Chip, Marionberry Linzer and many more mouth-watering bite-sized treats.
Right next to the Taqueria Los Gorditos
restaurant is a new spot that specializes in that favorite of Northwest pass-times, beer! With it's enormous front beer garden(non-smoking), more than ample bike parking, and a bunch of pinball machines for added fun.
Funky, kitschy three-room Southern/soul food restaurant at the heart of the Woodstock neighborhood. Down-home fare focusing on barbecue, okra, greens, fried chicken, blackened catfish, and the like with some creative and delicious cocktails on the menu and PBR as a mainstay.
In heart of the Belmont business district, Hoda's dishes up Lebanese style grub in a comfortable balconied dining room. Choose from mezza platters, kabobs, middle eastern style pizzas and much, much more.
No longer on the outskirts of Southeast Portland, this little Sichuan (Szechuan) restaurant's new location just may be worth the 39th & Hawthorne parking problems. Especially if you want to sample some good, spicy, authentic home-cooking from Western China with the motto "one dish, one shape, hundreds of dishes, hundreds of tastes".
Mostly big bowls of beef noodle soup with a few selections for the non-carnivorous and complementary tea.
Simple surroundings but you'll get a friendly welcome and some tasty pho, beef noodle soup, with your choice of meat. Try some Vietnamese iced coffee for a sweet caffeine jolt.
This cozy, quaint, Sellwood neighborhood restaurant has new owners and is focused on using local ingredients and making everything in-house for their short-but-sweet Italian-inspired, seasonal menu (daily specials too!). They also brought in a large wine list -priced below normal restaurant prices ,for your sipping pleasure. (The attached review from it's previous incarnation)
Little Big Burger keeps it simple. Your choices are: Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Veggieburger, fries, fountain soda and a rootbeer float. That's it. That said, they do those things up right, choose your cheese, truffle oil for the fries, house made condiments and, oh yeah, Beer!
Serving quick, cheap Indian food to hungry downtown office workers. The lines may get long but they move quickly They offer a number of different dishes with sides and nann from $5.50-$7 bucks.
The India Grill is in the upstairs of an old Victorian house so it often feels secluded from busy East Burnside. The menu features savory Indian favorites like creamy Paleek Paneer and soft naan breads. Small but filling Lunch buffet is offered for $7.95.
Now it it's own honest-to-goodness building across the street for it's parent Pok Pok
, Whiskey Soda focuses on Thai drinking food. Many dishes may be unfamiliar, but the intrepid diner will be rewarded with some of the best food in town. Don't miss the WSL's cocktails, most of which offer unusual twists on old standards (like the house gin and tonic, shaken with kaffir lime leave, or the tangy salted plum vodka Collins).
The interior of this hip downtown bar was originally built very close to the shape of a tube, but got popular and has since expanded. It still possesses a modern design, with quality cocktails and mega hot djs many nights during the week. The menu has an excellent array of vegetarian/vegan bites.