Best Portland, OR Restaurants

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    Tasty n Sons

    Boasting one of Portland's most innovative brunch menus, Tasty n Sons delights diners with a warm, comforting ambiance, unique tapas-esque menu design and...

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    Petite Provence

    Warm cheese brioche and light, airy croissants with homemade berry jam? Oui. Superb salmon hash drizzled with fresh lemon dill sauce? Oui, oui! This...

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    One restaurant that appears on just about everybody's best-of Portland list is Andina. With the tagline, "A Taste of Peru in the Pearl," Andina has taken...

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    Beast is the adventurous carnivore's delight. One six-course dinner is offered each week, Wednesday through Sunday. Price is per person and the small...

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    Serratto is a lively and elegant neighborhood restaurant serving authentic and innovative dishes from Italy, France and the greater Mediterranean region....

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    A taste of New Orleans in the Pacific Northwest. That's what you'll find at this intimate bistro located in the northeastern section of the city. From...

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    Le Pigeon

    Le Pigeon, considered by many to be the best restaurant in Portland, serves adventurous French-inspired food along with a wide variety of exciting wines in...

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About Portland, OR Restaurants

Portland has become increasingly well-known for its wealth of restaurants that offer outstanding dishes across a broad range of cuisines. The Pearl District is a popular dining destination, housing a host of restaurants in the area's refurbished warehouses. Nob Hill is another restaurant row of sorts, with 21st Avenue holding the majority of the best dining rooms. Downtown has classic favorites that have been serving the public for decades, while the Southeastern neighborhoods of Sellwood and Westmoreland boast their share of celebrated restaurants as well. Seafood, fresh produce and innovative dishes are the order of the day in most area kitchens, many of which pride themselves on using local, organic produce, free-range meats and other ingredients produced through sustainable industries. Many restaurants showcase both the cuisine and the wines of the Pacific Northwest, encouraging diners to pair just the right varietal with their meal.

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