Most Expensive Restaurants in Portland
Portland, the largest city in the U.S. state of Oregon, has been named the best city in the world for street food by several publications. The Food carts are extremely popular within the city, with over 600 licensed carts, making Portland one of the most robust street food scenes in North America. The city also receives frequent acclaim as the best beer city in the United States and is consistently ranked as one of the top-5 beer destinations in the world.
It is also known for being among the most vegetarian-friendly cities in America. Portland has been ranked as the 4th best city for food in the United States by ‘The Washington Post’. With a rich cuisine & brewery culture, let’s have a look at the most expensive food joints in the city.
1. El Gaucho
El Gaucho epitomizes what a steakhouse should be. It feels sophisticated. The atmosphere is formal, the lighting dim and romantic, and lots of dark wood provides a backdrop to tinkling stemware and white linens. Live jazz wafts from the background as tuxedo-clad waiters scurry by with carts for tableside Caesar salads, the darkness punctuated by an occasional burst of flame from a bananas Foster in the making.
A quaint restaurant with communal dining style, Beast gives a magical experience in Portland. Adventurous, meat-heavy fixed-price meals with no substitutions are served here. This is a place where the rustic yet refined menu changes weekly.
3. Castagna Restaurant
Castagna is where modern sensibility meets natural ingredients for a sensory experience that defines a new Northwest cuisine. The restaurant serves as a clean, calm, modern canvas on which to showcase an artful presentation of food; a series of tastes that elevate the senses and reinterpret local cuisine. Executive Chef Justin Woodward takes a fun, whimsical approach to ingredients and turns menu items into food that is imaginative and playful.
4. Le Pigeon
Impeccable French cuisine that blends whimsy, precision and inventiveness attracts an eclectic crowd to this snug joint in Buckman, where loyal minions snag seats at communal tables or at the counter to watch highly skilled (and "tattooed") chef Gabriel Rucker turn out genius dishes from an ever-changing menu; while some find it pricey for the tight fit, most are drooling to go back.
6. Mucca Osteria
7. Portland City Grill
9. Morton’s Steakhouse
The Restaurants take utmost care of their patrons & serves them to their ultimate delight. Visiting these places not only satisfies your taste buds but creates a lifetime experience. Portland itself having a variety of food joints, it becomes necessary to visit the one which makes your meal a memorable one.