Find Your New Favorite Portland Restaurant

Portland is the most populous city in the state of Oregon, and it offers endless fun and entertainment for tourists. After spending a day exploring the famous attractions in the city, you may want to find a good Portland restaurant to have a sumptuous meal and enjoy a drink or two. The city of Portland has a wide range of dining options for you to choose from, and here are a few that you should consider.

Huber's Café
411 South West 3rd Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204
(503) 228-5686

Huber's Café started serving delectable classic American food to locals and travelers in Portland in 1879, and it is known as the oldest Portland restaurant. It is located in the historic Oregon Pioneer Building, and its traditional décor provides a truly pleasant environment for dining. The restaurant specializes in old-fashioned turkey dinners, but it also serves other types of food, including high quality Angus beef, seafood and pastas. Some of the recommended items on the menu are the Roast Young Tom Turkey, Baked Sugar Glaze Ham, Turkey Mushroom Pie, Hazelnut Encrusted Gorgonzola Filet, Beef Stroganoff, Fresh Filet of Salmon and Fettuccini Alfredo. For dessert, you can order the restaurant's famous House-Made Cheesecake or Homemade Pumpkin Pie.

The Huber Café is a very popular restaurant in Portland, and it is can get a little crowded during the weekends. As such, you should call the restaurant to make reservations before you set off from your Portland Bed and Breakfast.

Pazzo Ristorante
627 South West Washington
Portland, Oregon 97205
(503) 228-1515

If you are looking for a Portland restaurant that serves authentic Italian food, you should go to the Pazzo Ristorante. This restaurant uses the finest meats, seafood and produce from the Northwest Pacific to prepare the most delectable traditional Italian dishes. Its cozy dining room and friendly staff create a delightful atmosphere for the enjoyment of fine food. You will find a wonderful selection of dishes on the menu, such as the Tortelli, Spaghettini, Cape Sante, Pesce Spada, Agnello, Spallina and Costata. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list, ranging from Washington wines to regional Italian wines. The Pazzo Ristorante is located next to the Hotel Vintage Plaza in the downtown area, and it should be fairly easy for you to find your way there from your Portland Inn.

1001 South East Water Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97214
(503) 235-2294

clarklewis is an upscale restaurant that was converted from a warehouse, and it features an artfully-designed industrial-style interior. It is a popular restaurant in the central eastside district, and it was named the Restaurant of the Year by the Oregonian. The restaurant is known for its wood-fired dishes, and it allows guests to order their food in small, large or family-size portions. Items that are worth trying on the menu include the Housemade Tagliatelle, Seared Diver Scallops, Grilled Cattail Creek Leg of Lamb, Hearth-Roasted Carlton Double Bone Pork Chop and Wood Grilled New York Steak. clarklewis serves lunch from 11.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday and dinner from 5.30 p.m. onwards from Monday to Saturday.