Oregon Restaurants

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Oregon Restaurants

  • Upscale

    Portland Restaurants

    The menu items looked so good I ordered way too much.... but it was delicious. Located on trendy 21st Street in downtown West of the Pearl district (maybe it could be in the Pearl district), Wildwood is an upscale place with reasonable priced dishes a little on the higher end. I ordered three starters and it was too much. The bowl of mussels, with...

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  • Fun and/ or fast Food

    Portland Restaurants

    At 10 PM in the evening, and it is just above freezing, and there is a line of ice cream fanatics waiting for more than 30 minutes just to get a taste of ice cream flavors like "Pear and Blue Cheese" or "Honey Lavender" or "Cinnamon Snickerdoodle". I must admit I was glad I waited. The various tastes of wild concoctions in ice cream is a must do....

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  • Ethnic

    Portland Restaurants

    The servers are attentive to you and have much patience. The food is actually much better than the pictures and descriptions. The prices and servings are very fair. And the half a dozen tables in the cafe area is next to a substantial grocery store of many delicious and uncommon foods. Just beware of the vast candy corner in the back-so many...

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  • Pizza

    Portland Restaurants

    Realistically, if I were to tell you that this piece of pizza was as good as Chicago or New York City, you would probably doubt my ability to rate tips, and therefore not trust other recommendations that I put before you. Having said that, Pizzicato is probably the best slice of pie you will find in the Northwest. The spices in the sauce and the...

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  • Brew/Food

    Portland Restaurants

    Located just off I84 in a predominantly warehouse district the Hair of the Hound brew pub produces some eclectically named, but tasty beers. It's open for lunch and "dinner" but closes at 8:00 PM most week nights and 10:00 PM on Fri and Sat. The beers are fresh and appear to be well made. The menu is relatively limited. I choose a turkey and smoked...

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  • Coffee or Latte

    Portland Restaurants

    If you come to Portland, Vivace is a place you have to visit. Vivace is a creperie/coffeehouse. I personally prefer to think of it as a little slice of heaven located in Oregon. Vivace is located in the very posh 23rd area of Downtown Portland. Vivace offers a variety of sweet and savory crepes, something for everyone's taste. If you are not a...

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  • Bakeries

    Portland Restaurants

    This place is exactly what you would expect ALL ABOUT PIE! Whether it's sweet or savoury, they have all kinds of delicious choices. They started out as a Food Cart in Portland, and after seeing them on "Eat Street" on The Food Network, I knew we had to visit them when we made our trip there. Since our trip in November 2012, they have moved into a...

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  • Sportsbars

    Portland Restaurants

    Henry's Tavern is a great downtown pub where you can grab a good pint, a fairly tasty meal, and many televisions to watch whatever game is hot at that time. The service was friendly, but not too attentive, I had a salad that was good, but it was a pub for pete's sake.

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  • Vegetarian

    Portland Restaurants

    The restaurant is nominally Chinese, and in many ways Chinese customs are followed. Chinese music plays over the PA system, and to add to overall feng shui there is a fountain in the corner. A large bar occupies one side of the main dining floor, and both it and the tables are beautifully crafted wood. As a general rule, the prices seem to be a...

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  • Marion Berry Scones

    While we were staying at Cannon Beach, we stumbled upon this cozy bakery as we departed the hotel parking lot. We immediately did a U-E, (u turn), and glad we did. As we got out of the rental car, you could sense the warm grains in the cool misty coast air. Bakeries are easy, warm, sweet. You smell them, see them.. then get to taste their warmth....

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  • Start the day with huge pancakes!

    This little restaurant is on the waterfront Bay Boulevard, down in the old town. I popped in here for breakfast on the morning of the day I headed south from Newport. I ordered a blueberry pancake. I had heard that American pancakes were big, but this was a whopper! The pancake was filled with juicy blueberries and topped with maple syrup and came...

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  • Food that Emeril can only dream about

    The food is truly amazing. Friends that visit America are always complaining to me that American cooking is boring or restricted to fast food. They haven't eaten here. The restaurant is at the forefront of what can be done with sustainable food. Greg Higgins is a local force is the Chef's Collaborative and is dedicated to serving the freshest, best...

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  • Tad's Chic Dump

    You know you have found a special place when the neon sign is burned out and says "Tad's Chic Dump" . You have found the Mecca for Chicken and Dumplings.Tad's is world famous but I had never heard of it. I stumbled on it in a little town called Troutdale which is on the scenic route to Multnomah Falls.The sign is what drew me in. I stopped the car...

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  • Pub and Brewery

    Large, open and comfortable pub right on the beach in Pacific City. An in house brewery provides an ample list of brews, for which I opted a darker ale. The staff found us a window table overlooking the beach and rock lined cover. Good service. The food was good, but no more than expected. The large parking lot provides ample space for both patrons...

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  • Dining Morrocan Style!

    Traditional Moroccan setting, featuring belly dancing. An oasis adorned with richly textured Moroccan rugs, ornate silver urns, and tapestries.A dining experience that will not soon be forgotten! Atmosphere is authentic, attentive and pampering and rich in the finest eastern cuisine!

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  • We thought the location better than Mo's

    We went to Mo's Annex because Mo's wait time was too long. They were just across the street from each other. We were glad to get the view of the harbor that Mo's Annex had. I don't think they serve the same menu, so maybe Mo's food is better. But we had great food. Hubby had the famous clam Chowder and declared it great. I had the Halibut Sandwich...

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  • one of the best brewpubs on the coast

    The Pelican Brewpub was high on the list of newer brewpubs to visit in Oregon. Winner of numerous Great American Beer Festival medals including Best Large Brewpub in American in 2006, it was a definite stop despite it being a bit pricey. Located right on the beach, it was readily apparent from the line to get a table, it was a very popular place....

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  • a bit touristy but pretty damn good

    Mo's is one of those hokey touristy trap institution kinda restaurants. It's like all the best and worst all rolled up into one. I actually knew very little about it when we were walking around Newport for the first time but we were kind of in the mood for clam chowder (being near the sea for a few weeks will do that!) and this little place had it....

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  • the cask king

    I have so many fond memories about Bridgeport Brewing. I fell in love with the place in 1994 when it was one of the few places in an otherwise industrial area of Portland that has since become a hotbed of condominium growth. Four years later when returning from a long Alaska trip that was in no way to bring me to Portland, I wound up in town when a...

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  • Deschutes comes to Portland!

    Deschutes is another of Oregon's craft brewing legends that has gone regional. It has its roots in Bend, Oregon and I went all the way out to the Oregon desert just to visit this pub in 1994. It was well worth it. I was happy to see that they had since opened a branch in Portland, actually just before we arrived. This saved us a lot of time and gas...

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  • Reliable comfort food

    After driving for nearly 3 hours from an early morning Seattle Tacoma flight, Marie Callender was a welcome sight. The aroma of freshly baked pies quickly beckon you to a nearby seating booth. I surveyed the salad bar but due to its lack of fresh greens, I decided against ordering it. We had the Crispy Chicken Tenders and the Country Fried Steak...

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  • Don't miss the fresh salmon salad

    Baked Alaska is a wonderful place for lunch. It sits at the end of the pier at 12th Street, on the Columbia River. Watch the many vessels that traverse the narrow channel after navigating the mouth of the Columbia. You will see vessels carrying everything from raw materials, containers and cars. Smaller work vessels are busy as they transport river...

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  • Great food here!

    Hi, I am on the Oregon Coast now in nearby Seaside. We love Cannon Beach! There are nice photo ops at Ecola State Park, take the drive back to Indian Beach. Haystack Rock is one of the most photographed icons on the Oregon Coast. Check out the lodging at Schooner's Cove, the Waves Motel or Land's Inn, all of these places are oceanfront and just a...

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  • Gracie's Sea Hag - Depoe Bay

    Gracie's Sea Hag Food and Grog is a highly rated touristy restaurant in Depoe Bay, right along the Oregon Coast and Highway 101. Though we just stumbled upon this restaurant, it seems to get many great reviews. We stopped in for breakfast around 9:30am and enjoyed a table next to the front windows, that unfortunately had no view of the water due to...

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  • Northeast fare

    If you travel to the suburbs of Portland, you'll find a chain restaurant to suit any non-adventurous palate. In Portland, local cuisine is the flavor and there are many to choose from. Jake's is a local institution and, although we didn't have a chance to eat there, it was highly recommended for its excellent seafood and fresh baked bread. If...

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  • No wonder that clam was hungry!

    A sign outside this restaurant on the Brookings waterfront clearly states that if you're in a hurry, don't bother coming in to order. Surely that was overstating a small problem this place had with serving people quickly...Um, well, no... It's an understatement. I waited an hour and a bit for a clam chowder. As the minutes ticked by, I got more and...

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  • Breakfast in Bandon.

    An early start on a roadtrip means finding somewhere to fill up at a good price and with good coffee. This little cafe in central Bandon provided both prerequisites. It also has free internet for customers.

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  • Fresh fish on the Bandon waterfront.

    I stopped in Bandon for one night and found this busy little place on the waterfront for dinner. I hope I have recalled the name correctly. I enjoyed fresh fish here and a very convivial atmosphere chatting with locals and other visitors. The friendly conviviality here seemed to sum up Bandon itself.

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  • Come for the view, stay for the food

    This restaurant is not to be missed. The food is great along with a good wine list. Pick an Oregon wine. The view is incredible but it is a great people watching place too. Dress fashionable. No jeans or shorts. Business attire is best.

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  • Oregon hospitality and fresh fish!

    I was looking forward to seafood chowder on the Oregon Coast. Mo's is the recommended place to go in Newport, but the queue was out the door and down the street at both Mo's and Mo's Annex, across the street in the watefront district of Newport. The dining expereince looked anything but laid back and pleasant, so I decided to ditch Mo's and search...

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  • Lunch in Albany

    Following our "go to the Historic Downtown area" axiom, we came across this local seafood haven on the outskirts of downtown Albany. Housed in a former railroad depot building, The Depot serves up locally-produced seafood, most of it fried. The interior contains warm, dark-wood booths around the outside and a 40s-style counter in the center. The...

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  • Good Brews by the River

    Oregon is known for its microbreweries and we really liked this one that we found on the way to Mount Hood. Good prices, a variety of nice ales, and a terrific view of the Columbia River. We watched the wind surfers while drinking the sampler tray.

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  • Chicken fried steak with country gravy -...

    I had only heard of chicken fried steak before so I had to try it. It was scrumptious! Everyone in the restaurant was friendly - like we'd always lived there. Big plates too.

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  • Yum! Yum!

    Oregon is home to Tillamook Cheese... and McDonald's in Oregon came out with a new burger with the "good kind" of cheese. They are so good you'd think you were eating at home.

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  • Japanese Korean Chinese Fusion Food

    A large restaurant, right in the centre of town close to everything and cavernous and many many immigrants working at slicing the salmon, cooking the teriyaki, preparing the udon..at 12 dollars and ninetyfive cents what can you complain about? cheap lunch that is all..all you can eat.. lots of sushi and a good selection of vegetable salads and...

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  • Swagat has gone down in quality

    Over the years I always looked forward to a dinner at this place. Just a couple of days ago I went to the restaurant. As we entered, I couldnt help notice that the east indian owner had become corpulent, the waitresses are extremely blond and knowledgeable and the food extremely on the mediocre side.I no longer would recommend this restaurant The...

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  • The best food on the coast!

    The food here is great. Nice old town feel with a great view of the ocean. Seafood Pasta with a Gorganzo cheese sauce with apples and dried cranberries.It may be a long way from Alabama but I'll go back to Oregon just to eat here again!

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  • Simple Yet Elegant Dining

    Legends is Spirit Mountain Casino's fine dining restaurant. Located inside the Spirit Mountain Resort. It is a true taste temptation. I dont really have a favorite dish here as I try to try something new each time. Although I have it listed under steakhouse there is more then that offered here. From large salads and great sandwiches to Prime...

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  • Best Indian buffet Anywhere

    The Swagat's Indian buffet is superb! I have eaten Indian in Gibraltar, England, Portugal, Korea, Malaysia, and this is just terrific! Every single time! It's $6.95 all you can eat. They always have fresh Tandoori chicken and fresh Naan bread. Plus many many more dishes. If you are vegetarian you will be very pleased. Usually three meat dishes and...

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  • Good atmosphere, great brews,...

    There's actually a bunch of McMenamin's and so far, I have yet to find one I don't like. Edgefield, The Bagdad, The Kennedy School are some of my favorites, but I've been to a lot of them and so far have loved them all. Of course, part of that could be that they have my favorite beer of all times-Ruby. If you're in the Portland area (or Seattle,...

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  • Vietnamese food in the Suburbs

    For the suburbs, this place looks like an oasis, and it was nice to see families eating together , good home cooked vietnamese meals the style here is very similar to the one in the centre of town. service is good and the ambience is pleasant.Ga Xao Gungchicken tenders sauteed in chili garlic sauce, with string beans and served in a claypot....

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  • Food reminiscent of Indochine in Hanoi

    Quite close to Powell's the Great Book store is this vietnamese restaurant. nicely liit and good decor, modern with great service. Lunch Special on 6th april 2004Nun Bo La ChanhKaffir LIme Leaf Beef with Vermicelli noodles. tender pieces of filet mignon marinated with lemongrass, skewered with kaffir lime leaves and grilled medium. served on a bed...

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  • Place for Sticky Rice

    For those longing for real Lao food, here is a choice in Portland. Eventhough the cook is from Thailand, they offere among their thai specialties some lao specials as well. NAM KHAO WITH CHICKEN

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  • Dining room at the Stephanie Inn

    A four course prix fixe meal which is fantastic. The chef will describe the menu before serving it. the fresh seafood

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  • So good!

    This is a very classy restaurant without the pretentious atmosphere. There is no dress code, but wear something that has "deep pockets" because it is expensive. The fare is pure Pacific Northwest. A great bar with a wine selection that rivals any other. A "corking" charge of $20.00 is rather expensive! I have yet to have a meal that I did not...

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