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Deeply influenced by the Asian cuisine, award-winning Chef Gregory Gourdet dishes out some of the finest Asian fusion delicacies from the kitchen of Departure. The ingredients are fresh and locally sourced, while the food, including the vegan dishes, are hand-made right from Kampachi Sashimi, Dim Sum to Kushiyaki and desserts. If you are spoiled for choice, go for the chef's recommended specialties like Crispy Pork Belly, Bibimbap or Dungeness Crab Fried Rice. For a romantic dinner, you can book a table on its balcony, which is set against the backdrop of splendid views of the downtown Portland.
Third in the bouquet of John Gorham's collection of restaurants, following Toro Bravo and Tasty n Sons, this tasty haven was established in 2013. The menu, changing regularly to highlight the offering of every season, focuses on contemporary American dishes prepared with freshly sourced ingredients. You can begin your day at Tasty n Alder with a brunch fare of muffins, granola, french toast, steak sandwich or bacon and eggs, or end your day with a dinner meal of charcuterie boards, smoked rib eye, pork chops or rack of lamb. The bar, with its selection of beers, cocktails and wines, provide the perfect accompaniment to your food.
Feel like royalty and indulge in luxurious surroundings at this downtown Portland hotel which has held onto it's four star diamond rating for over 30 years. The Heathman Hotel provides unsurpassed service, special little touches and grand opulence. Rooms boast incredible city views, artwork by famous local artisans and even a bed menu for the perfect night's sleep. Dine at the award-winning Heathman Restaurant and Bar for extraordinary Northwest and French cuisine. The location affords access to some of the city's best spots including the Pearl District, the Portland Center for Performing Arts, Oregon's Historical Society Museum and the Portland Art Museum.
The Hotel deLuxe lives up to its name with timeless and elegant decor and a bevy of five-star amenities. This eight-story hotel on the edge of downtown is housed in a 1920s-era building, formerly known as the Mallory Hotel. From the lobby to guest rooms, to the screening room, Hotel deLuxe exudes Hollywood glamour. The on-site cocktail lounge, the Driftwood Room offers up hand-crafted concoctions while the restaurant, Gracie's, serves an elevated menu of American cuisine. The Pop Up Cinema events take place throughout the month in their luxurious screening room which features gold leaf ceilings, 16-foot (4-4-meter) screen, chandeliers, and plush seating.
The river views from this luxurious downtown hotel are unrivalled; not surprisingly, since it is Portland's only hotel on the Willamette River. The European feel at RiverPlace Hotel is made first class with big bathrooms, fresh flowers and a friendly staff. All of the amenities you would expect from a luxury boutique hotel chain are here. There are also ten condominiums available for those who need even more space. This is one of the more pricey places in town, but you will not be disappointed. In addition to private dining and wine hours, the hotel features a fabulous restaurant called Three Degrees.