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Modeled on the lines of a typical European tavern, Clyde Common is a place where great food and drinks await you. You can drop by for lunch, dinner, brunch or maybe just a drink or two; whichever you choose, a good time is guaranteed. You can gorge on scrumptious preparations like fried oyster sandwiches with bacon marmalade and pickle slaw, grilled flank steak with caramelized onions, hash browns and poached egg, potato and cheddar crepes, and more. Cocktails like the Bowie Knife with sparkling Brut Rosé, gin and lemon, and the Chihuahua with tequila, lemon, soda and orange marmalade are standouts that you must try.
Kachka is one of the few places in Portland where you can sample authentic Russian food. It specializes in Zakuski (Russian hors d'oeuvres), Pelmeni (dumplings) and vodka flights. The staff guide guests regarding the Russian dining style and recommend the best food and beverage pairings. Try dishes such as Brindza Pashtet prepared from sheep cheese, Baltic Sprat Buterbrodi and Siberian Pelmeni. Do not miss desserts like the Bird’s Milk Cake made from Amaretto chiffon sponge, vanilla bean Bavarian and chocolate glaze. For the best experience, sample one of the vodka flights, ranging from the moderately-priced Mother Russia to the expensive Most Super Premium. The naturalistic interiors and the helpful wait staff make it a pleasure to dine here.
Touted as one of the most definitive places in Portland for tapas, Ataula enjoys a celebratory status among its contemporaries. Ataula is located in Northwest Portland on a quiet street, but is far from being just another neighborhood restaurant. Meaning 'to the table' in Catalonian parlance, Ataula's menu is as focused as it is innovative, with tweaks on Spanish classics like patatas bravas among others. There is quite an impressive wine and cocktails list to go with the Spanish nosh here. Come here with friends or family and enjoy a superb Spain-soaked dining experience.