1. Huber's Cafe411 SW 3rd Ave, Portland
2. Slappy Cakes4246 SE Belmont St, Portland
3. Rimsky-Korsakoffeehouse707 SE 12th Ave, Portland
4. Jimmy Mak's221 NW 10th Ave, Portland
5. Salt & StrawAt 17th & Alberta St, Portland
6. Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade511 NW Couch St, Portland
7. Old Town Pizza226 NW Davis St, Portland
Located in Historic Oregon Pioneer Building, Huber's -- Portland's oldest restaurant, founded in 1879 -- really takes the cake for old-school flare and modern-American cuisine. Here, guests can enjoy a traditional turkey dinner, fresh seafood, pasta, and Huber's signature Spanish Coffee, which is prepared tableside with a bit of pyrotechnics.
Stop at this Southeast PDX spot and try your hand at creating your very own, one-of-a-kind pancakes on a table-top griddle rimmed with Bloody Marys.
Our worst-kept secret coffee shop features some of the city's most cherished late-night desserts. Be sure to order the Chocolate Raspberry Fool.
With plenty of options for food and a quality beer list, Jimmy Mak's jazz club will make sure you are satisfied while checking out local talent and world-class touring artists.
Rocking flavors actually developed in the labs of OSU's Food Innovation Center, Salt's a cheery old-timey ice cream cart dishing out eight envelope-pushing varieties made from ingredients like beer, basil, and bacon, and named for how the timeless treat was stored back in the day: in huge barns full of Angelina Jolie DVDs...er, Salt and straw.
Classic arcade 'n drink emporium Ground Kontrol has been remodeled/upgraded to version "3.0", which brings new comfy flooring, an LED-heavy Tron grid-esque interior.
In addition to turning out gold medal winning beers on the regular and delivering said beers all over the city by bike, this pizzeria slash brewery makes its own pizza dough, ensuring the yeast is still alive when it’s baked. What results is a delicious fluffy, almost sourdough-like, crust. Oh, and they do it all in a building that's allegedly haunted. How very Portlandia.