Adorned with political/presidential memorabilia, the Bipartisan serves Stumptown coffee, Tao of Tea teas, has some tasty sandwiches, bagles and best of all -pie! Get a cuppa, grab a slice and talk donkeys vs. elephants.
The Bijou is a classic downtown Portland breakfast/lunch spot, with a menu and decor that are simple and timeless. Fluffy scrambles, hot potatoes, and good meats bring the downtown morning crowd.
Bar, Coffee Shop/Tea House, DistroLocation, American, Burgers, Pub Grub, Breakfast Brunch, Diner, Movie Theater, Featured Happy Hour, Staff Pick, PDX Approved
A comfortable, homey, kinda grungy throwback in a neighborhood full of boutiques and wine bars. Second-hand furniture, retro-kitsch decor, a bunch of beers on tap, make for a perfectly good place for meeting friends or throwing back a cold one before (or after) a movie at the Laurelhurst. The food is simple, decent and won't eat a hole in your wallet. Entertainment is provided by the jukebox as well as live bands and DJs.
(Recently underwent a name change)
This quaint, sunny cantina with its array of religious iconography is like taking a mini vacation to Chiapas. The portions are very generous, and special menu items include the filling and delicious chicken enchilada casserole. Nice selection of beer & cocktails.