We have been waiting months and months for Davis Street Tavern to open, and according to their Web site the new Old Town eatery is now open daily from 4 p.m. until â€œlate.â€ They plan to start serving during lunch in January!
We canâ€™t wait to try the cozy-looking place out (ah, sometime after all this darn snow melts)! Until then we will resort to drooling over their creative and mouthwatering menu!
Davis Street Tavern
500 NW Davis Street
Portland, OR 97209
317 NW Broadway
Portland, Oregon 97209
The first time I visited Tiger Bar also happened to be theÂ night of SantaCon, so I wonâ€™t mention all the debauchery that I saw go down there that night. Letâ€™s just say the patrons got to see a lot more drunken Santa skin than they probably wanted toâ€¦.
That aside, I decided to try the place againâ€”this time for happy hour with friendsâ€”and my opinion about the place changed completely. We wandered in and took a seat in one of the large, cozy booths near the back of the bar. Due to my first impression, I was expecting typical greasy bar grub.
But one look at their mouth-watering happy hour menu, and I knew the place was doing something right. During happy hour (4 to 8 p.m. daily), Tiger Bar offers absolutely delicious food at nicely reduced pricesâ€”the best deal is the burger/Gardenburger or teriyaki chicken sandwich for only $5 (add $1 for cheese) and they come with my beloved sweet potato fries or a salad! Continue reading HH Review: Tiger Bar
101 NW 2nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
The first time I stumbled upon NW Burger it was very late at night when one of my friends was hungry for a hot dog. This place is pretty much a hole in the wall, but the food is actually not as bad as you might expect from the slightly worn looking storefront in the heart of Old Town/Chinatown.
The menu is simple: burgers, hot dogs, polish sausages and fries. So it’s not necessarily a good pick for veggies. But if you enjoy a grilled burger and crispy fries, this place is at least worth trying. Continue reading Review: NW Burger