Huber’s Cafe

Established in 1879, Huber’s is Portland’s Oldest Restaurant. With specialties like a traditional turkey dinner, Huber’s also serves certified Angus beef, fresh seafood, entrée salads and a variety of pasta dishes. Their signature drink is Spanish Coffee prepared tableside with great flair. Enjoy dining at their location inside the historic Oregon Pioneer Building, pick up box lunches or have your event catered. However you choose to experience Huber’s, you’ll be pleasantly satisfied. Hours Lunch Mon – Sat: 11:30 AM – 4 PM Dinner Sun – Thurs: 4 PM – 10 PM Dinner Fri – Sat: 4 PM – 11 PM Bar Hours Mon-Thurs – Open until midnight Fri -Sat – Open until 1am

Kelly’s Olympian

Kelly’s Olympian is Portland’s third oldest continuously opened and operated bar/restaurant. It has gone through a number of evolutions throughout the years, and has consistently been one of the locals favorite gathering places. It is truly a colorful part of Portland’s history. Today is a perfect place to catch some local music, grab a drink and relax amongst the eclectic decor and clientele.  Hours: Daily, 10am – 2am

Veritable Quandary

Perched above scenic Waterfront Park, Veritable Quandary offers a relaxed fine dining experience amidst an atmosphere of old Portland charm. The market-driven menu at VQ changes daily to reflect what local farmers have to offer. With the flexibility of a changing menu, VQ is able to make accommodations for vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free diets, and can even create a special menu item with advance notice. Starting with the freshest local and seasonal ingredients, the Veritable Quandary menu is sophisticated yet approachable to diners looking for a meal that is both delicious and hearty. Veritable Quandary’s wine list has received Wine Spectator Magazine’s “Award of Excellence” for seven years in a row. The list offers 35 wines by the glass and more than 200 bottle selections, with focus on the wines of the Northwest in addition to wines from around the world. The famously beautiful garden patio helped earn Veritable Quandary…

Kenny and Zuke’s

Kenny and Zuke’s is a Jewish deli located in Portland. Since 2007 Kenny and Zuke’s strives to bring pastrami and corned beef made the old fashioned way, by hand and with care, to downtown Portland. All the breads are made by hand and the bagels boiled fresh daily. There is something for everyone in the family!  Owner Ken Gordon has this to say about Kenny and Zuke’s:  When we started up Kenny & Zuke’s a little over 5 years ago, it was because of the lack of a good Jewish Delicatessen – and decent pastrami, bagels and the like. Little did we realize what we would set in motion. and what the response to it would be! The first thing we had to come up with was a superb pastrami – one that wasn’t commercially produced, and harkened back to the old traditions. So we rolled our sleeves up, and tested,…

Portland Art Museum

Founded in late 1892, the Portland Art Museum is the seventh oldest museum in the United States and the oldest in the Pacific Northwest. The mission of the Portland Art Museum is to engage the public with art and film of enduring quality, to facilitate dialogue with diverse audiences, and to collect, preserve, and educate for the enrichment of present and future generations. From the first acquisition in 1895 to the donation of Vincent van Gogh’s The Ox-Cart in 2007, the Museum’s extensive collection has grown to include thousands of works, many of which were gifts from Museum founders and generous members of our community. Collections: American Art Asian Art European Art Modern and Contemporary Art Native American Art Northwest Art Photography Graphic Arts Silver

Hotel deLuxe

Hotel deLuxe began as the Hotel Mallory, commissioned in 1912 by Rufus Mallory. Even then it was a luxurious retreat: the Crystal Room (now the Screening Room) was a ballroom featuring Grand Piano and orchestra pit. In its previous life, the Green Room was a billiard room furnished with a pool table, crystal decanters of spirits and fine cigars. Across the lobby, ladies could socialize privately in the Lady’s Parlor, which is now the Editing Room. The Mallory Hotel’s last major remodel was in the late 1940s, and was done in a Regency style, complete with imported European crystal chandeliers. In the mid-1950s, when Oregonians voted to allow liquor sales in bars, the iconic Driftwood Room was added. The Mallory was purchased in early 2004 by Provenance Hotels and reopened in 2006 after an extensive renovation designed to honor the legacy of the Mallory and channel the Golden Age of…

Hotel Modera

Hotel Modera is among the most stylish luxury boutique hotels in Portland, Oregon. Located in the center of downtown Portland, Hotel Modera is surrounded by fine restaurants, art galleries, museums, and entertaining nightlife. Hotel Modera provides the luxury of a modern boutique hotel with a special atmosphere that reflects the vibrancy and unique beauty of Portland itself. Hotel Modera epitomizes elegance in an urban environment, demonstrated by more than 500 pieces of local Portland and Oregon art, Italian Carrara marble, black walnut flooring, and the sophisticated architecture in the lobby and rooms. Exceptional 24-hour concierge service ensures that our guests receive unrivaled attention. Hotel Modera is, quite simply, a premiere boutique hotel in downtown Portland. The luxury guestrooms feature the latest innovations in modern convenience, including iPod docking stations, 32-inch LCD flat screen TVs, motion-sensitive air conditioning, and complimentary wireless internet. Guests enjoy doorbell entry and electronic “Do Not Disturb”…

Imperial by Vitaly Paley

In late summer of 2012, renowned Chef Vitaly Paley opened Imperial, a new venture in downtown Portland, Oregon that exemplifies this philosophy. At Imperial, Chef Paley, the Dean of Portland Chefs for many years, rediscovers Pacific Northwest culinary pathways and follows the footsteps of Oregon’s own James Beard. Since Paley’s Place opened in 1995 redefining the Portland culinary landscape, Chef Paley has mastered classic Pacific Northwest cuisine with his perfectly executed, elegant and soulful fare. Now, he applies these skills, creativity and experience at Imperial. Imperial is located in historic Hotel Lucia, a combination that Paley knew was the right fit for his latest restaurant venture. “I’ve been wanting to open new restaurants in Portland for awhile now, but the concepts and locations had to be right. When I found the space in the historic Hotel Lucia, I knew that it was the right time for me to make the…

Olympic Provisions

Olypmic Provisions in Portland specializes in charcuterie in addition to northwest cuisine. With two locations, on one Portland’s Southeast side and another, with the meat market, in Northwest. With chefs specializing in French cuisine and an extensive cocktail menu in addition to the famous charcuterie, fans of any type of food will be satisfied at Olympic Provisions.

Chop Charcuterie and Butchery

Chop Charcuterie and Butchery is located inside the City Market on NW 21st in Portland, Oregon. Co-owner Eric Finley specializes in making charcuterie that will appeal to the American palate. In addition to cured meats, Chop also serves sandwiches and specialty cheeses.