Category Archives: SE Portland
Noho’s has a very casual atmosphere with kitschy Hawaiian decor that belies both the restaurant’s fare as well as its background. Noho Marchsei opened this restaurant in Portland in 1992, expanding with multiple locations in Portland and one in Medford. You may have seen their offerings in Fred Meyer stores, and they even plan to [...]
This Italian restaurant in Southeast is named for the chef’s great grandmother, and brings her tradition of Southern Italian cooking to Portland. Upon selecting this restaurant, we had no idea that it was so popular, so highly held in local circles, and so incredible. This small establishment is home to some of the best Italian [...]
The Hawthorne Fish House feels like it’s been there for ages. The food already has quite a following. Its sister restaurant, the original, Corbett Fish House across town opened in 2002. The Hawthorne location opened 3 years later after the city gave the Fish House an enthusiastic response. Today it is well known for offering [...]
Excellent food, beautiful decor, and great service make ClarkLewis one of our favorite places to eat. With changing menus of delicious dishes made from local ingredients, you can come repeatedly and experience something new every time. We’ve never left dissatisfied.
I have no idea why I waited so long to visit The Maiden. I was a big fan of Fernando’s Hideaway, another Spanish restaurant downtown that is now closed. I’ve sampled a lot of Mediterranean and Spanish restaurants in Portland since then, but so far The Maiden is the best.
Portland is a city renown for its food, its farmers markets, and its discerning foodies. Despite that, there are precious few places that spring to mind when someone queries about where to get a really awesome pastry.