Top 3 Restaurants in Downtown Portland

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Top 3 Restaurants in Downtown Portland

Over the past decade society has taken a great turn into understanding what the modern environment adapts to. To be more specific, the restaurant industry and pallets of consumers have become more in tune with the minute details than our history.

In this article we are going to specifically discuss the best restaurants in the city of Portland. Portland has become one of the most popular cities in the United States in regards to residents, domestic visitors, and even foreign travelers.

Ataula

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The United States is known as a melting pot country. Ataula is an amazing representation of the latter statement as a Spanish & Caltalan restaurant. Chef Jose Chesa has brought his authentic experience and Spanish roots to Portland in an amazing way that no other chef has.

Chef Jose’s modern take has garnered countless positive reviews from patrons because of their hospitality and menu. The dishes that many have raced about include a painted hills beef tartare appetizer, classic (yet modern twist) paella ataula with calamari and lobster fumet, and cojonudo (chorizo, piquillo peppers, toast, and fried quail egg).

 

Paley’s Place

Paley’s Place is home to individuals who love to have a casual, yet “fancy” and upscale dinner on any random night. Their team offers a Pacific Northwest bistro fare fitting for any occasion including regular dinner or the special “proposal” moment. The wine list includes a wide array of paleysext-600x450marvelous options such as 2013 J. Christopher, Croft Vineyard, Sauvignon Blank, 2010 Tyrus Evans Ciel du Cheval Claret, and more.

To compliment the latter wines include an extensive and amazing dinner menu. For starters, the Ahi Tuna Tartare is a major hit that many patrons order with every visit. Vegetarians/vegans are also a focus with the Roasted Beets, Carrots, and Shaved Asparagus Salad accompanied with burnt orange vinaigrette. If you would like to enjoy a great charcuterie platter, the chefs work hard to provide the popular FoieTorchon with Brioche, which can also serve as an appetizer as well.

While every entrée is highly recommended for everyone to try, if you are looking to be a bit adventurous, then the Pale’s Place has a dish for you. The Grilled Sweetbreads with Morel-Veal Jus is stunning visually and taste wise. If you would like to take the more traditional, yet modern route, the Frilled Chinook Salmon with Cauliflower CousCous is a great dish for you to try out.

Clyde Common

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One major difference that Clyde Common offers than other restaurants in the city is their eclectic environment. The restaurant is open for lunch, happy hour, and dinner as well throughout the entire week. As a popular restaurant in Portland, it is important that you book a reservation ahead of time to ensure that you have a spot when you want it.

During lunch you can take it light with their Quicos& House Marinated Olives and/or you can choose from a small/large plate options. In regards to the dinner options, there is a plethora of dishes to choose from including king salmon, smoked beef hear carpaccio, and beef brisket.

As you can see, when it comes to your desires in regards to food, you definitely have a variety of options to choose from. Whether you are looking for a casual stop or a fancy dinner, the Portland restaurant scene is suitable for all ages and taste buds. Food is a commonality that brings everyone together (friends, family, and even strangers). This list is comprised of restaurants, cuisines, and budgets that everyone can enjoy at their own leisure. At the end of the day (or meal per se) pleasing your appetite in downtown Portland is not a situation that you have to worry about at all.

 

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