On an unassuming corner of the Burnside corridor, Screendoor looks more like a dining hall than your average restaurant. However, within this ... More
On an unassuming corner of the Burnside corridor, Screendoor looks more like a dining hall than your average restaurant. However, within this unassuming space, you'll find a foodies take on the best of southern cooking, leaving the Cajun seasoning to other restaurants. The mid-priced menu always includes fresh, local ingredients with familiar sides, such as cheesy grits with the artisan cheese of the day. Signature drinks from the full bar are delivered by a friendly and fast staff. Check out weekend brunches to sample the pecan praline bacon, and enjoy the patio during the dry summer months.
Built in 1927, the "Schnitz," as its known to locals, is a Portland treasure. Home to the Oregon Symphony, it
was overhauled in the 1980s and now provides a multitude of amenities. The concert hall seats 2,776 people with ...
Built in the 1890s, this building has served as City Hall since Portland's beginning. The building was restored to its
original state from the dilapidated condition that threatened demolition and reopened in 1998. Among interesting finds from the project ...
A vast assortment of Asian fusion delicacies is what the chefs serve at Ping. This fancy little restaurant covers almost
everything the Asian cuisine has to offer; right from tantalizing skewers to the Vietnamese style short ribs to the ...
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