Portland December 15, 2016
These 12 Unique Restaurants In Portland Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience
Portland is so full of great restaurants that narrowing the list down can be difficult. But whether you are seeking a hearty lunch or a romantic dinner, these are the best spots around town to have an unforgettable dining experience.
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If you want a truly memorable sandwich, have the Porchetta. Other favorites are the Smoked Chicken Gyro and the Pork Meatball Bahn Mi. Lardo is located at 1205 SW Washington Street and 1212 SE Hawthorne Boulevard.
Oven-fired pizza and stromboli are the draws here, and for good reason. Friendly service and a great atmosphere make this place a hit. Visit Cibo at 3539 SE Division Street.
Roe features modern American seafood in a cozy atmosphere. The prix fixe menu takes the guesswork out of choosing your meal, giving you plenty of space to just enjoy it. Visit Roe at 3113 SE Division Street.
4. The Woodsman Tavern
Oysters, prawns, crab and trout are all wonderful at this quaint tavern with robust menu. Stop by for Oyster Hour weekdays from 5 to 6 pm for some the best deals in the city. Visit Woodsman Tavern at 4537 Southeast Division Street.
5. Boke Bowl
The casual ramen eatery is amazing. The eastside location has an industrial feel in its bustling dining room, while the westside location offers inspired dim sum on weekends. Visit Boke Bowl at 1200 NW 18th Street or 1028 SE Water Street.
6. Nong's Khao Man Gai
You will have little trouble deciding on what you want here, as there is one choice with a few add-ons. Serving its signature chicken and rice dish, Nong's will really excite your taste buds. Starting as a food cart and growing into a Portland mainstay, this restaurant is one to try. Visit Nong's at 609 SE Ankeny St, Suite C.
Featuring Thai comfort food, PaaDee excels at creating an atmosphere. With long tables for communal seating as well as booths for a more intimate meal, PaaDee is great for all kinds of occasions. The wings in Sriracha sauce and grilled mackerel are reason alone for a visit. PaaDee is located at 6 SE 28th Avenue.
Slowburger features fresh ingredients, free-range beef, and freshly baked buns, making it a truly memorable burger experience. Visit Slowburger at 2329 NE Glisan Street.
9. The Oregon Public House
If you want to go to the bar, have a drink and a meal, and make a difference, The Oregon Public House is the place to head. Notable as the first non-profit pub in the world, you are able to vote where the donation portion of your food and beverage purchase is allocated. In just 3 years in business, the pub has donated over $100,000 to charity. Visit the Oregon Public House at 700 NE Dekum Street.
10. Bollywood Theater
Feel like you stepped right off the plane into Mumbai at this Indian eatery that strives for authenticity. Serving food from steel plates like you would find in India, this restaurant serves up some delicious dishes from all over the country. Visit Bollywood Theater at 2039 NE Alberta and 3010 SE Division Street.
How many of these unique restaurants in Portland have you tried?