This Dude Eats 4,000-Calorie Dinners Daily and Still Has Abs
1. Grüner527 SW 12th Ave, Portland
2. The Bent Brick1639 NW Marshal, Portland
3. Olympia Provisions107 SE Washington St, Portland
4. The Wurst724 E Burnside, Portland
5. The Slide Inn2348 SE Ankeny St, Portland
6. Bar Dobre3962 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland
7. Zach's Shack4611 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland
House-made sausages, beet-pickled deviled eggs, and more German deliciousness awaits you at Gruner.
Bent Brick sports a sweeping curved bar and mod seating/ tables, all done in untreated metal that'll be allowed to patina over time as diners chow on amped-up, locally sourced American tavern fare they call "non-dogmatic".
The SE Portland outpost of OP sits in a beautifully restored industrial building and serves innovative takes on traditional Spanish and Mediterranean dishes. Locally-sourced meats and seasonal vegetables shine throughout the menu, and cheese and charcuterie boards offer a range of shareable options for a romantic or group meal.
The Wurst is making alcohol and bratwurst sexy again, and they don't care who knows it. With a fine selection of beers on draft and in bottled form, as well as a number of specialty mixed drinks, there's plenty of special sauce to prepare you for the pool tables, pinball and skee ball they have as well.
Legit German food in an unpretentious setting -- with vegan and gluten-free offerings to boot.
Bar Dobre's menu of bar food features a Polish twist, so each item is slightly tinged with ethnic flair and flavor. There's also house-made kielbasa, pierogies and golumpki, and the bar also features a fine selection of beer, wine and specialty cocktails.