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Paley's Place


1204 NW 21st Ave, Portland
View WebsiteEarn 3X Points

Long before every spot in town was focused on whole animal butchery and obsessing about local produce, Paley’s Place was at it in a Victorian house in Northwest Portland. More than two decades later, this local institution is still doing great things. Nothing about the place screams hip - the chairs have backs and no reclaimed wood or succulents are present - but it doesn’t have to. It’s a comfortable place to eat some really good food, and it works just as well for a special occasion as it does for a calm dinner after a long day spent sampling a bit of “New Portland.”

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