Dining

Dining within walking distance of the Marriott Downtown Waterfront.

For a full restaurant round-up on Portland’s dynamic dining scene, click here.

Three Degrees (1510 SW Harbor Way, .1 miles)

Our chef lets ingredients shine for themselves, offering guests a menu highlighting the seasonal bounty of Oregon-grown produce and seafood. The bar program features barrel-aged spirits and a selection of classic cocktails on tap. Not to be missed, we offer eight local beers on draft and a thoughtfully selected list of Pacific Northwest wines. threedegreesportland.com 

Nel Centro (1408 SW 6th Ave, .4 miles)

Nel Centro is spacious, filled with light and good cheer. Italian white marble, hand-blown glass lighting, floor-to-ceiling windows, plush leather booths, Douglas Fir tabletops, and an amazing outdoor patio. It all makes for a relaxed and distinctive space. Our bar is open and friendly, a splash of uptown swank. nelcentro.com

Higgins (1239 SW Broadway, .4 miles)

At Higgins we are fortunate to be situated in one of the world’s most fertile, productive and diverse agricultural regions – the Willamette Valley. We embrace the valley’s rich farming heritage and celebrate its remarkable seasonal bounty. The moderate climate supplies us with a year round steady stream of stunning ingredients with which we craft our menu of classic country dishes. higginsportland.com

Departure (525 SW Morrison St, .6 miles)

Floating atop the landmark Meier & Frank Building, Departure’s ambitious menu captivates diners with its masterful remix of authentic coastal cuisines. From street food-styled starters to meal-sized classics, rice and noodle specialties to market-fresh sushi, Departure embraces the bounty of the Pacific Northwest to deliver the fiery flavors of the Far East. Whether steamed or stir-fried, smoked or sautéed, each dish leads diners to another stage along Departure’s culinary adventure. departureportland.com

Southpark Seafood (901 SW Salmon St, .7 miles)

The amazingly fresh seafood and produce of the Pacific Northwest, along with our kitchen’s passion and innovative culinary vision, delivers a meal that is both creative and delicious to the table at Southpark Seafood.  All of the products we sell are fished or farmed in ways that minimize their environmental impact.  Our restaurant offers Portland’s largest eat at oyster bar along with an expansive bar area serving daily happy hour specials. southparkseafood.com

Imperial (410 SW Broadway, .9 miles)

One of the top restaurants in Portland, OR. Inspired by warm and primitive burning campfire, and big open spaces of the Pacific Northwest, Imperial concentrates on healthy and uncomplicated preparations, serving the community by remembering its past and providing a warm, welcoming and generous place to eat. imperialpdx.com

Clyde Common (1014 SW Stark St, 1 mile)

Trendsetting tavern with communal tables downstairs, known for handcrafted cocktails & local fare. Opened in May 2007 by Nate Tilden and Matt Piacentini, Clyde Common is a European style tavern serving delicious food and drinks in a casual and energizing space. clydecommon.com

Tasty n Alder (580 SW 12th Ave, 1 mile)

Tasty n Alder, a John Gorham restaurant in Downtown Portland, Oregon, is a modern steakhouse featuring a fun, family-style menu of innovative dishes with diverse international origins. The dinner menu is rooted in the traditional steakhouse concept featuring meats, seafood and salad served in a festive, energetic environment that encourages shared plates and imbibing. tastynalder.com

 

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