The Portland City Grill. Enjoy spectacular views at Portland's most popular restaurant, offering USDA Prime steaks, fresh Hawaiian Pacific Coast and ... More
Portland City Grill
The Portland City Grill. Enjoy spectacular views at Portland's most popular restaurant, offering USDA Prime steaks, fresh Hawaiian Pacific Coast and Alaskan seafood prepared with classic, Northwest, island, and Asian influences. Fabulous views of downtown Portland and the Cascade Mountains. Our complete sushi menu features traditional sushi, sashimi, and a broad selection of classic and contemporary rolls.
The entire experience sucked. I drove around the undersized parking garage three times before I found a place to park. Rode up in a elevator that wreaked of cigarettes and cheap cologne. Only to wait 20 minutes passed my reservation to sit on basically a bench in the middle of the room because you cant reserve a window table. What's the point of going up there to sit in the middle of the room. The food was mediocre at best. I had stuffed Halibut, which I had done better at Red Lobster recently for less than half the price. It was so loud in there it was virtually impossible to carry on a conversatio with my wife directly across from me. They then failed to validate my parking ticket (even though I gave it to my waiter and he brought it back to me) It was supposed to have been stamped. I did not know this so when I tried to leave they charged me $6 for parking or I was going to have to re-park and go back up and have it stamped. I'll never go there again. What a waste of a good Saturday night.
Tried to make a small group reservation 2+ weeks in advance, and the airhead girl that answered the phone was absolutely no help at all. Gave me an attitude that single table groups get priority, as prime time services are limited to quick table turns where big profits and tips can be produced. Apparently City Grill feels profit is more important than service. With other reviews identifying declining food quality and increasing prices, we will go elsewhere!
This is what happens when a company is bought out by a private equity firm. Their only objective is to make money at any cost! Portland City Grill used to be one of my favorite places in all of Portland, not anymore. Since, being bought out their prices have increased at least 25% (food and drinks don't let the happy hour food fool you.) Folks, this is in the middle of the worst recession since the great depression.
I'm sad to say that it looks like Portland City Grill has taken a turn for the worse. Their prices have gone up substantually and their portion sizes have gotten even smaller. And the Cesar salad I had was horrible-the lettuce was white and had spots of brown and tasted bitter. And I wouldn't call it a salad either-it was just some lettuce with some dressing with two razor thin slices of dried up cheese and two tooth chipping breadcrumbs. This for $8.50? I've had better salads for $1 at McDonald's! The menu selections are very limited and if you order the cheapest entries for 2 people you're out $50 without drinks! The waiter was nice but there were way too many of them just standing around talking loudly and one waitress even smacked a guy's butt! I have always loved going to this restaurant as a treat to myself and my family every few months but now it's time to find a new favorite restaurant.
The food was great, the service was better, and the view was unforgettable. I definitely recommend sushi, the philly roll was yummy! The atmosphere is very romantic, with soft lighting and comfy seats. Dress is casual (as is Portland's way). Went with no reservations and we were seated within 30 minutes (on a busy Friday night!). Check it out if you are in Portland for sure!
Wow, is the first word that comes to my mind. With a stunning view and excellent food this place is perfect for a high class night in the town. i truly recommend to all you guys out there to take your date to portland city grill...or to all you girls who want a romantic dinner with your man...ask him to go there. the servers made me feel very important and they were always right there to get me another drink or whatever i needed. at around 15$-20$ a plate be sure to bring your credit card....not to mention the parking garage fee.
Note: ask for a table right next to a window...if possible.
Fabulous food with an amazing view. Had a lovely dinner here. One of the best pieces of salmon I have ever had. Service was top notch. Never were you wondering where your waitress has run off to. Advise getting reservations as it can be quite busy at dinner service. Portions were quite fair and price was good. I would highly reccomend the Portland City Grill to anyone looking for a nicer night out on the town.
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