Portland July 19, 2017
The Tropical Themed Restaurant In Portland You Must Visit Before Summer’s Over
If you want to escape the Pacific Northwest, but don’t have the budget for a full-fledged vacation, head over this beach club in the city where you can feel the tropical vibes setting in the moment you walk in the door.
The No Bones Beach Club is a wonderful tropical themed restaurant located at 3928 N. Mississippi.
Started as a food truck in Seattle in 2014, No Bones Beach Club thrived and eventually became a brick and mortar restaurant in the Ballard neighborhood.
As the restaurant's success grew, it turned its sights to the south, after developing a strong following of Portlanders in its Seattle location.
The lovely tropical-themed restaurant opened in January and has been serving up amazing tropical fare ever since.
No Bones Beach Club is a vegan and vegetarian restaurant with so many delicious plant-based offerings that even meat eaters have taken notice.
Amazingly delicious plates like Tempeh Kebabs, Grilled Volcano Rolls, Jackfruit Flautas, and Beer-Battered Avocado Tacos will make you think you have been transported to a tropical island.
The entire vibe of No Bones Beach Club is island resort, and you will love it on a hot summer day. For groups of 6 to 10, you can reserve the Beach Bungalow for a private experience.
A full bar complete with a bevy of specialty tropical drinks and mocktails just as good make this restaurant a truly fun experience.
No Bones Beach Club is open Tuesday through Thursday from 4 pm to 10 pm, Friday and Saturday from 11 am to 11 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 10 pm.
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