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Enjoy the traditional American steaks in a modern steakhouse that promotes local and sustainable supplies for the delicacies prepared here. Taking the trend of farm to table concept to his heart, Chef Matt and his culinary team in the kitchen dish out excellent traditional American steaks using ingredients like grass-fed Oregon beef with the wines and beers, from local winemakers and breweries. Walk into this restaurant to gorge on the Charcuterie Board starters and move on to the succulent Pekin Duck Breast or the Pacific Wild Salmon. After finishing the dessert you can wash it down with a glass of Ponzi 2007 Vino Gelato or the Fortified Wine, to round off a complete American treat. Urban Farmer also hosts private parties for groups, so call ahead for reservations.
Owner Kristen puts her Norwegian descent to full use at her pastry shop and restaurant known as Måurice. Situated on a charming street filled with old cars and bicycles, this eatery specializes in delightful pastries and luncheonettes that combine Scandinavian and French flavors. While-away an afternoon here and choose from an eclectic selection of desserts, teas, wines and vermouth. Let Kristen entertain you with stories of her childhood, her inspirations for making pastries from fruits, and the lasting impressions her grandmother's recipes left on her mind. The desserts such as Almond Anise Seed Meringue, Currant & Rosemary Créme Scone, Lemon Souffle Pudding Cake and Bird Seed Coconut Tea Cake have rich garnishes that make guests come back for more.
Paddy's Bar & Grill is a great place to relax and meet people after a long day. Set in a casual setting the bar's brass accents add to the cheerful decor. The full bar is stocked with every conceivable beverage, from soda to aged malt whiskey. The menu is laden with Irish delicacies such as the Irish-style chicken pot pie, but also includes steaks and other American favorites.
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.
With locations throughout Portland, its safe to say this burger joint is one of the best in the city. Located in the Pearl District, the Little Big Burger, or LBB as locals call it, handcrafts their burgers from Cascade natural beef and sources local organic ingredients like its cheese and veggies. Even the daily made brioche buns and ketchup come from a local bakery. Fries are kicked up a notch thanks to the white truffle oil and sea salt. Round out your meal with a nice cold can of IPA and you've got one of the most delicious, and budget friendly meal options in Portland.
Founded by Tamara Kay and Jonathan Goodrow, Cafe Voila is a popular breakfast and lunch restaurant with a weekly changing menu. They offer Italian coffee and espresso, a variety of teas, breakfast treats, salads, soups, sandwiches and a selection of entrees. A wide variety of vegetarian snacks can always be found on the menu. Some favorites include the Cardamom-Ginger Shortbread and the Molasses-Glazed Pork Loin with Onion Polenta.