Dig In! Portland Dining Month Kicks Off in March
Throughout the month of March, over 100 Portland restaurants will participate in Portland Dining Month, serving up gourmet, three-course meals nightly for $29.
Participating restaurants include:
Little Bird, southwest
James Beard Award-winning Chef Gabriel Rucker’s “beautiful, intimate French restaurant” serves up “unique dishes like Fois Gras, bone marrow, lemon creme brulee, and more” (USA Today 10Best).
The 2015 Restaurant of the Year, Imperial “delivers … high-end dining on the grand scale Portland hasn’t seen done so successfully in a long time” (Willamette Week).
Paley’s Place, northeast
Paley’s Place is a “nationally acclaimed bistro helmed by namesake chef-owner Vitaly Paley” serving “French cuisine prepared with organic, Pacific Northwest ingredients” (Fodor’s).
RingSide Steakhouse, uptown
Zagat calls RingSide Steakhouse extraordinary (27), and touts that this “longtime favorite” is built on “awesome steaks and onion rings” along with traditional cocktails that are “certainly worth the expense if you can afford it.”
We suggesting making your reservations for Portland Dining Month now before the best reservations are sold out.
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