8 "American" Restaurants in Portland, OR.
Fat City Café, a greasy spoon in the best sense, is a Multnomah Village institution that is classic as a diner can be.
Paley’s Place in Northwest has been doing obsessing about local produce for over two decades - come for a more casual dinner or a low-key celebration.
Olympia Provisions cures all of their meat products in-house and is the perfect Southeast spot to split some charcuterie and cheese between meals.
Podnah’s Pit on Killingsworth serves Texas-style barbecue, including smoked brisket and sausage, along with staples like ribs and pulled pork.
Ava Gene’s on Division Street is a vegetable-heavy Italian restaurant with an excellent wine list that mills its own pasta flour on-site.
Lardo in downtown Portland is a great quick lunch spot and serves some of the best sandwiches in the city, along with a rotating list of local beers.
Screen Door is an all-day East Burnside spot that serves huge orders of chicken and sweet potato waffles, and other Southern breakfast food you want.