Index by Cuisine
Country Cat (Southern)
Kenny & Zuke’s (Jewish deli)
Killer Burger (hamburgers)
Little Big Burger (hamburge
Whiskey Soda Lounge
3131 SE Division St., 232-0102, whiskeysodalounge.com.
Here’s how you make money off a wildly popular but
affordable restaurant without upping prices: Don’t take reservatio
3402 SE Division St., 235-3119, laurettajean.com.
Open until 11 pm Thursday-Saturday.
This pie-centric bakery with low light, poured cement
floors and a poster advocatin
5011 NE 21st Ave., 284-4445, bin21pdx.com.
Open until 10 pm.
Alberta’s first wave of gentrification brought biodynamic
veggie patches and naked fire twirling. Now come patrons for Bin 2
2225 E Burnside St., 971-271-7166, pixpatisserie.com.
Open until 2 am.
Decadent macarons, eau de vie-filled chocolates and 11
pages of champagne before one hits midlist sparkling
1138 SW Morrison St., 997-3674, saintcupcake.com.
Open until 8 pm Monday-Saturday and 6 pm Sunday.
Until recently, you couldn’t get an after-dinner
buttercream cupcake or alder-s
2329 NE Glisan St., 477-5779, slowburger.net.
Portlanders wouldn’t shut up about Slow Bar’s burger, so
it spun off to a place of its own. If you can’t fit a full-sized
525 SW Morrison St., 802-5370, departureportland.com.
Departure comes with baggage. Located on the 15th floor of
the swank Nines hotel downtown, sometimes that’s literal. A recent
1914 Willamette Falls Drive, 387-5604, alliumoregon.com. $$$.
Allium feels swanky. It’s not intimidating, exactly, but
it projects the swagger of a place that knows it’s maki
What should you expect from beer and wine service at a restaurant?
We asked Hilary Berg, editor of Oregon Wine Press, and Brian Yaeger, author of Red, White and Brew: An American Beer Odyssey and the forthcoming Oregon Breweries, how they know they’re getting good