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The small street-side diner has sidewalk seating and a casual atmosphere. Originally only pizza and calzone were served here, but the family added Lebanese dishes to the menu once the restaurant was established. Nicholas Dibe and his wife, Linda, runs the place. Linda makes fresh tabouli, baklava and humus while Nicholas bakes the bread and roasts the eggplant. Although there is meat on the menu, this restaurant offers many vegetarian and vegan dishes. Try M’Jadra, a rice and lentil concoction seasoned with olive oil, sautéed onions and spices. The restaurant also opens its patio for small private gatherings and group dinners.
This local fast food chain serves up only the freshest junk food possible. Burgers are served on Franz Bakery buns and in the summer you can order a side of lightly battered and deep fried, sweet Walla Walla onion rings (sliced extra wide, from the huge bulbs that grow in Washington). Burgerville Convention Center is the first of its Portland's restaurants and opened its doors in 1999. Dig into their signature creations like Pepper Bacon Cheeseburger and Bean Burger. Slurp on their delicious milkshakes after your delectable burger meal.
A brainchild of culinary expert, Rick Gencarelli, Lardo saw humble beginnings as a food cart in 2010. A short while later this wonderful dine-in space was established, so fans of Lardo could sit and enjoy the delicious meat offerings. Located on the eastern bank of Portland's Willamette River, at Lardo Eastside it is all about appetizing sandwiches, richly stuffed with pork and beef. The menu, featuring Korean Pork Shoulder, Pork Meatball Banh Mi and Griddled Mortadella, is sure to please any meat lover. Drafts on tap and cocktails, provide the perfect accompaniment to your meal.