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Perched on the 30th floor of the U.S. Bancorp Tower, Portland City Grill is renowned for its amazing city views, happy hours and scrumptious food since it opened in 2002. Its intimate settings make it an ideal romantic restaurant as well. You can also grab a light dinner at the bar itself after a few drinks if you make it for happy hour. Savor their succulent steaks or contemporary seafood fare. You will know why they are still at the top of their game.
Started in 2007, Tandoor Indian Kitchen is an unpretentious and casual eatery located in the Southwest tenement. It is the perfect place to start if you want to sample some of the best regional Indian specialties. The decor is toned down and the atmosphere fits regular dining, but all the value goes on the plate. Made from scratch using superior local ingredients, the food is authentic and flavorful. Lunch is served buffet style which includes a choice of appetizers, three non-vegetarian curries, four vegetarian curries, biryani, naan (flatbread) and dessert. Highlight dishes are the Chicken Tikka Masala and Palak Paneer. Service is efficient and prices are reasonable, making this place a go-to in the neighborhood.
Indulge in some heavenly-delicious sandwiches, inspired by the British cuisine and served with a smile. Made from scratch using fresh local ingredients, the scrumptious offerings of this modest food truck is sure to leave a lasting impression on you. Known to serve the best English breakfast, the chicken tikka sandwich, beef brisket with potatoes and bangers and mash are also a must try here. The daily specials menu features exciting new dishes for regular patrons. The prompt service and pocket-friendly prices invite people of all budgets to enjoy this wonderful cuisine.
With the aim of addressing the stark absence of quality restaurants offering home-style food in the area, chef and owner Lisa Schroeder has taken the experience gained at the likes of Le Cirque to create wonderfully fresh, bistro-style cuisine in the light and airy ambiance of this old Irish bank building. Breakfast and lunch menus at Mother's Bistro & Bar offer an excellent array of Northwestern specialties prepared to the highest standards. There is more variation in the dinner menu, with everything from salads to pot roast and vegetable couscous. The excellent wine list offers choices by the bottle or glass. The restaurant interiors sport an excellent play of natural light with huge windows and soft white curtains creating an airy and cozy atmosphere. Ornate chandeliers add to the charm. The bar has a refined atmosphere with exposed-brick walls and vivid decor creating an elegant vibe. With the food consistently garnering critical acclaim, it's no wonder that Mother's has become one of the city's favorites.
For almost a century and a quarter this watering hole has been making every day "Turkey Day" in Downtown. Established in 1879, the bar is said to be Portland's oldest. The heavy, dark-wood tables are reminiscent of an Old World tavern. The menu has also expanded, but turkey is still the main attraction. Cooked up every way imaginable, Thanksgiving dinner is never out of season here. Full bar service is available. Do not forget to pick up a few interesting T-Shirts and memorabilia from the venue before leaving.
Bunk Sandwiches Downtown is a haven for people hard-pressed for time and looking to grab a quick meal. The fast service however, does not come with the negative aspects associated with fast food. In fact, Bunk is widely regarded as one of the best sandwich places in the city. Choose from a varied selection of hearty lunch sandwiches ranging from the classic roast beef to the more elaborate one with Italian cured meats as well as the Oregon Albacure Tuna Melt. There's also a limited choice of breakfast with eggs, cheese and bacon. Accompanying your sandwich is the beverage selection of coffee, tea, colas as well as beer. The atmosphere inside is highly casual, but refined for a sandwich place. The catering on offer is a popular affair.