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A Running List of Portland Restaurants Still Requiring Masks

Not many spots still ask customers to mask, but a few have kept face covering requirements in place after the state lifted the mandate

The mask signage at Brew & Brew
No mask, no service sign.
Nadia Chaudhury/EATX
Brooke Jackson-Glidden is the editor of Eater Portland.

At 11:59 p.m. on March 11, Oregon lifted its mask mandate, meaning restaurants and bars can now serve customers without masks. Although the state allows certain businesses to set their own mask requirements, most Portland restaurants took the state’s lead and let diners visit without masks. However, some Portland residents aren’t quite ready to be in a dining room full of bare-faced customers. The good news is, a tiny selection of restaurants, cafes, and bars are still enforcing a mask requirement, for those who would prefer to keep their faces covered.

Below, find a small list of restaurants, bars, and cafes still requiring masks for customers. Know of a restaurant enforcing a mask requirement? Let us know via the tip line.

Zilla Sake



Grain & Gristle

Farina Bakery

Piccone’s Corner

Ding Tea


Oma’s Hideaway

Seastar Bakery/Handsome Pizza

Gluten Free Gem

Gado Gado

Mutantis Brewery & Bottle Shop

Red Sauce Pizza — No indoor dining, but must be masked to order