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Food is at the center of any celebration, and when it comes to your wedding, it's good to know which restaurants come with which prices and amenities. On this list of food-centric venues, you'll find private spaces for rehearsals and receptions beginning as low as $750 (and that's with food and drink), with culinary teams capable of taking you as high as your hunger and thirst can fly, as well as restaurants that serve as wedding venues.

Here are some of Portland's best restaurants for hosting weddings and receptions. Note that the prices below are subject to change. Know another great restaurant for holding a wedding or reception? Tell us about it in the comments. (The restaurants on this map are not ranked; rather, they are organized geographically.)

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Three Degrees

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1510 SW Harbor Way
Portland, OR
(503) 295-6166
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: It’s about as close to the cooling ripples of the Willamette River as you can get for receptions and rehearsal dinners, with the option to hold a wedding in the adjoining Kimpton RiverPlace hotel’s Marina Ballrom (seats 200). Choose between a seated meal in the upstairs rooftop dining room, or go more casual — and get within feet of the river, with access to the River Walk — at the hotel’s summer pop-up, focused on tacos and tequila.
What it will cost: For a rehearsal dinner and cocktail hour in the second-story Riverfront Courtyard, prices start at a $500 site fee, with a food and beverage minimum of $4K. On Saturdays during peak season, the Marina Ballroom has a $1K site fee and $8K food and beverage minimum.
Amenities: Along with great views, Three Degrees provides customizable menus by Executive Chef Lauro Romero.

2. Plaza Del Toro

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105 SE Taylor St
Portland, OR 97214

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The room, with its oyster bar and piece de resistance, a huge open-fire grill, is just plain chic. 
What it will cost: All told — cost of the food, paying the staff, paying for food and drink, and renting the room on a Saturday night — it comes to about $5,000 on a Friday or Saturday, which gets you either a seated dinner for 100, or a standing-room cocktail party for 150. 
Amenities: Besides the oyster bar and that open kitchen, Plaza del Toro has a DJ booth, if you want to hire a DJ to spin tracks.  

3. Coopers Hall

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404 SE 6th Ave
Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: On offer are house and other local wines on-tap, personalized menu options, and an expansive space for up to 180.
What it will cost: Price tags vary depending on whether its a cocktail-style party or dinner, and the venue fee is waived with food and beverage minimum. Dinner packages start at $38 per person. 
Amenities: An urban winery, it offers dining among wine barrels.

4. Century

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930 SE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR

Why you should plan your rehearsal dinner/reception here: Weddings aren’t on offer, but this swank bar with a unique, gymnasium-style setup has full meat or vegan menu options and lots of technological perks.
What it will cost: $300 for the room, without a food and drink minimum.
Amenities: It’s all about the private event space, which accommodates around 40. It has a private balcony looking west towards downtown, with great sunsets. A 90-inche television has full AV capabilities (slideshows, etc.) and a sound system. 

5. Doug Fir Lounge

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830 E Burnside St
Portland, OR
(503) 231-9663
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Because you want your wedding to be a little more rock ’n’ roll, but not too rock ’n’ roll: While the Doug Fir hosts wedding, rehearsal dinners, and receptions, they don’t host post-reception receptions, so no really late-night parties after the party, so to speak. 
What it will cost: Most weddings are done on a case-by-case basis, but to give you an idea, renting the Lounge on a Saturday night runs around $10,000, which includes the venue rental and food and beverage minimums. 
Amenities: It’s not only one of this town’s most beloved music venues, it’s also adjacent to the Jupiter Hotel. 

6. Portland City Grill

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111 SW 5th Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 450-0030
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: It has one space that will hold as many as 75 people for wedding ceremonies, and another space that can seat 120 for receptions or 175 for standing-room cocktail parties. 
What it will cost: Food and drink minimums range from $600 to $4,500, plus gratuity. 
Amenities: The view, the view, the view. 

7. Headwaters

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1001 SW Broadway
Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Headwaters’ seven private dining rooms accommodate parties both small and large, and for a classy move, employ its historic tea court, with one fancy grand staircase. Of course, it comes with a hefty seafood-focused menu by none other than Chef Vitaly Paley, too.
What it will cost: The private dinig rooms accommodate up to 150 guests, with minimums ranging from $500 to $4K.
Amenities: A dedicated planning team assists every event, and the adjoining Heathman Hotel provides historic accommodations.

8. Clyde Common

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1014 SW Stark St
Portland, OR
(503) 228-3333
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: At this hip restaurant, attached to the Ace Hotel, you’ve got plenty of family-style seating downstairs and more intimate dining upstairs. If you’re looking for one big room to dance your pants off, Clyde offers catering in The Cleaners space (managed by the Ace Hotel) next door. 
What it will cost: The minimum food and drink rates at Clyde Common range from around $10K to $12K, depending on the day of the week and time of year. The Cleaners costs you $1,500 (before food and drink; that costs extra). Plan on going late? By reserving three Ace Hotel rooms upstairs, you can extend your stay in the space. 
Amenities: You can take advantage of AV equipment — including an HD projector — as well as the kitchen’s lauded cooking.  

9. Jake's Catering at the Sentinel Hotel

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614 SW 11th Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 241-2125

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The huge variety of different historic ballrooms, library-like halls, and ornate dining rooms inside the Sentinel Hotel total around 23,000 square feet, and Jake’s Catering excels in the seafood department, especially its raw bars. Those spaces can accommodate parties from 10 to 500.
What it will cost: A wedding can cost anywhere from $1,500 to $30K.
Amenities: The list is long and includes custom menus, personalized design, some of the grandest events spaces around, and a downtown location.

10. Park Kitchen

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422 NW 8th Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 223-7275
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The smaller, friendly restaurant serves modern plates fueled by seasonal ingredients with authentic Pacific Northwest swagger, either plated or family-style.
What it will cost: Prices per guest run $50 to $95, with a $500 deposit that goes towards the total final cost. Park Kitchen is gratuity-free, so these prices include all food, beverage, and service.
Amenities: The events space is ideal for dinners for between 10 to 36, or cocktail parties for 45, but it can also accommodate smaller weddings.

11. Andina

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1314 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR
(503) 228-9535
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: This Peruvian restaurants is a popular wedding and dinner spot for lunch and dinner, and it welcomes groups up to 80, with multiple dining rooms and always vibrant South American cooking (and cocktails).
What it will cost: Minimums range from $550 to $3K.
Amenities: Four private dining rooms come with a dedicated special events team. Highlights include the intimate La Bodega wine cellar, for between 10 and 14 guests, and the high-ceilinged Tupai, which seats 80.

12. Irving Street Kitchen

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701 NW 13th Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 343-9440
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Irving St. Kitchen consistently serves great Southern food by chef Sarah Schafer — that “consistently” is the key — and it has a fashionable patio space right in the Pearl. The entire restaurant can also be rented out for weddings, too, and if you just want to party, it fits 300 revelers.
What it will cost: Rehearsal dinners in the private dining room or patio start at $1500, and the food and drink minimum for the former range from $800 to $4K, depending on day and season. Entire-venue rentals are around $25K, which include the private dining room, lounge, and patio.
Amenities: The private dining room comes with a photo booth and the patio includes comfy couches.

13. Serratto

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2112 NW Kearney St
Portland, OR
(503) 221-1195
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The space at this Italian/Mediterranean restaurant has private dining rooms as well as a mezzanine built for your wedding and/or reception. 
What it will cost: There’s no charge to reserve the space, but there are minimum food and beverage costs: $750 for one of the private dining rooms; $1,500 for both; and $2K to reserve both private dining rooms and the mezzanine, which can hold up to 75 people.
Amenities: In addition to the mezzanine, the event coordinators have the skills to put together personalized food and drink options.  

14. The Waiting Room

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2327 NW Kearney St
Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The NOLA-inspired restaurant The Waiting Room’s upstairs event space comes with a full bar, two balconies, and an obsession with champagne and oysters. Weddings, rehearsal dinners, and more can accommodate 35 for plated dinners, and up to 50 for cocktail events and family-style functions (there’s the option to rent out both floors of the restaurant, for an extra 60 seats, too).
What it will cost: Most events range $35 to $70 per person, with additional room rental and service fees.
Amenities: Lafitte’s works with local florists and photographers.

15. Elder Hall at Ned Ludd

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3929 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97212

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Why not follow the lead of a handful of other local couples and tie the knot in this equally fancy and rustic dining hall? It's not technically a restaurant, but it is operated by Jason French's Ned Ludd (and located just behind it). 
What it will cost: Minimums are flexible but expect to pay around $35 to $85 a guest. Seating maxes out at 54, and the room can accommodate up to 75 standing. 
Amenities: You get to introduce your friends and family to French’s cooking — and if you're aiming to get hitched elsewhere, French and his team can cater your wedding off-site, too.  

16. Chameleon Restaurant and Bar

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2000 NE 40th Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 460-2682
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: This old-school restaurant has a beautiful patio capable of seating 200, with a total onsite seating for 265 (more for cocktail-style events), and serves a crowd-pleasing menu of global dishes, with gluten-free and vegan options.
What it will cost: Events run from $600 to $15K.    
Amenities: Chameleon comes with custom floral design, a projector on the patio, a grand piano, and heating options for outdoor events. 

17. SE Wine Collective

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2425 SE 35th Pl
Portland, OR
(503) 208-2061
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Another chic urban winery option, SE Wine Collective does weddings and rehearsals with its onsite chef Althea Grey Potter, who serves a refined European menu.
What it will cost: Rates vary, starting at $150 per hour, plus staffing and food and beverage charges. Full buyout rates are based on day and season. (Wine club members get a discount.)    
Amenities: Offering seating for up to 75 (or 125 standing), it’s a romantic, dine among the wine barrels affair, with Oregon black walnut tables to boot. Along with the house wines made onsite by the Collective’s 10-plus wineries, choose from international selections, plus beers, with catered cocktails available, too. Lots of bars nearby for the after party.

18. Country Cat Dinnerhouse & Bar

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7937 SE Stark St
Portland, OR
(503) 408-1414
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: If you’re having a small wedding, The Country Cat's The Calico Room could be your place. It's also great for receptions, post-nuptial brunches, and pre-knot-tying rehearsal dinners. 
What it will cost: Pricing here depends on the headcount, so three-and-four-course family dinners range from $40 to $45 per person. 
Amenities: Wine, beer, specialty cocktails, some of that famous fried chicken, and good ol' Southern charm. 

19. RingSide Grill

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14021 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR
(503) 255-0750
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Located on a golf course, this is the go-to for that classic steakhouse option with a country club vibe. It accommodates groups between 10 and 300 and offers al fresco dining. 
What it will cost: Per-person pricing usually ranges $45 to $65. 
Amenities: Summertime, the Glendoveer Room and Patio has personal fire pits, lawn accommodations, and views of the Glendoveer Golf Course. Best for fall or winter, the Fireside and Cellar Rooms have built-in fireplaces and an old-school decor.

20. McMenamins Edgefield

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2126 SW Halsey St
Troutdale, OR
(503) 669-8610
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Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: With its 74 acres and thriving gardens, Troutdale's Edgefield is probably the most pastoral place in town — well technically, just outside of town — to throw your wedding. 
What it will cost: The property can accommodate up to 225 people for a large wedding, with weddings starting at $8,500. Meet the minimum price for food and drinks ($1K to $10K), and the room fee is waived.
Amenities: How about what amenities it doesn’t have? The property’s 100 rooms come equipped with neither a television nor a telephone, for instance, in an effort to allow you to relax and truly get away from all of it. That said, there's an onsite vineyard, several bars, a winery, a distillery, and other fun McMenamins-style nooks. 

1. Three Degrees

1510 SW Harbor Way, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: It’s about as close to the cooling ripples of the Willamette River as you can get for receptions and rehearsal dinners, with the option to hold a wedding in the adjoining Kimpton RiverPlace hotel’s Marina Ballrom (seats 200). Choose between a seated meal in the upstairs rooftop dining room, or go more casual — and get within feet of the river, with access to the River Walk — at the hotel’s summer pop-up, focused on tacos and tequila.
What it will cost: For a rehearsal dinner and cocktail hour in the second-story Riverfront Courtyard, prices start at a $500 site fee, with a food and beverage minimum of $4K. On Saturdays during peak season, the Marina Ballroom has a $1K site fee and $8K food and beverage minimum.
Amenities: Along with great views, Three Degrees provides customizable menus by Executive Chef Lauro Romero.

1510 SW Harbor Way
Portland, OR

2. Plaza Del Toro

105 SE Taylor St, Portland, OR 97214

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The room, with its oyster bar and piece de resistance, a huge open-fire grill, is just plain chic. 
What it will cost: All told — cost of the food, paying the staff, paying for food and drink, and renting the room on a Saturday night — it comes to about $5,000 on a Friday or Saturday, which gets you either a seated dinner for 100, or a standing-room cocktail party for 150. 
Amenities: Besides the oyster bar and that open kitchen, Plaza del Toro has a DJ booth, if you want to hire a DJ to spin tracks.  

105 SE Taylor St
Portland, OR 97214

3. Coopers Hall

404 SE 6th Ave, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: On offer are house and other local wines on-tap, personalized menu options, and an expansive space for up to 180.
What it will cost: Price tags vary depending on whether its a cocktail-style party or dinner, and the venue fee is waived with food and beverage minimum. Dinner packages start at $38 per person. 
Amenities: An urban winery, it offers dining among wine barrels.

404 SE 6th Ave
Portland, OR

4. Century

930 SE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your rehearsal dinner/reception here: Weddings aren’t on offer, but this swank bar with a unique, gymnasium-style setup has full meat or vegan menu options and lots of technological perks.
What it will cost: $300 for the room, without a food and drink minimum.
Amenities: It’s all about the private event space, which accommodates around 40. It has a private balcony looking west towards downtown, with great sunsets. A 90-inche television has full AV capabilities (slideshows, etc.) and a sound system. 

930 SE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR

5. Doug Fir Lounge

830 E Burnside St, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Because you want your wedding to be a little more rock ’n’ roll, but not too rock ’n’ roll: While the Doug Fir hosts wedding, rehearsal dinners, and receptions, they don’t host post-reception receptions, so no really late-night parties after the party, so to speak. 
What it will cost: Most weddings are done on a case-by-case basis, but to give you an idea, renting the Lounge on a Saturday night runs around $10,000, which includes the venue rental and food and beverage minimums. 
Amenities: It’s not only one of this town’s most beloved music venues, it’s also adjacent to the Jupiter Hotel. 

830 E Burnside St
Portland, OR

6. Portland City Grill

111 SW 5th Ave, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: It has one space that will hold as many as 75 people for wedding ceremonies, and another space that can seat 120 for receptions or 175 for standing-room cocktail parties. 
What it will cost: Food and drink minimums range from $600 to $4,500, plus gratuity. 
Amenities: The view, the view, the view. 

111 SW 5th Ave
Portland, OR

7. Headwaters

1001 SW Broadway, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Headwaters’ seven private dining rooms accommodate parties both small and large, and for a classy move, employ its historic tea court, with one fancy grand staircase. Of course, it comes with a hefty seafood-focused menu by none other than Chef Vitaly Paley, too.
What it will cost: The private dinig rooms accommodate up to 150 guests, with minimums ranging from $500 to $4K.
Amenities: A dedicated planning team assists every event, and the adjoining Heathman Hotel provides historic accommodations.

1001 SW Broadway
Portland, OR

8. Clyde Common

1014 SW Stark St, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: At this hip restaurant, attached to the Ace Hotel, you’ve got plenty of family-style seating downstairs and more intimate dining upstairs. If you’re looking for one big room to dance your pants off, Clyde offers catering in The Cleaners space (managed by the Ace Hotel) next door. 
What it will cost: The minimum food and drink rates at Clyde Common range from around $10K to $12K, depending on the day of the week and time of year. The Cleaners costs you $1,500 (before food and drink; that costs extra). Plan on going late? By reserving three Ace Hotel rooms upstairs, you can extend your stay in the space. 
Amenities: You can take advantage of AV equipment — including an HD projector — as well as the kitchen’s lauded cooking.  

1014 SW Stark St
Portland, OR

9. Jake's Catering at the Sentinel Hotel

614 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The huge variety of different historic ballrooms, library-like halls, and ornate dining rooms inside the Sentinel Hotel total around 23,000 square feet, and Jake’s Catering excels in the seafood department, especially its raw bars. Those spaces can accommodate parties from 10 to 500.
What it will cost: A wedding can cost anywhere from $1,500 to $30K.
Amenities: The list is long and includes custom menus, personalized design, some of the grandest events spaces around, and a downtown location.

614 SW 11th Ave
Portland, OR

10. Park Kitchen

422 NW 8th Ave, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The smaller, friendly restaurant serves modern plates fueled by seasonal ingredients with authentic Pacific Northwest swagger, either plated or family-style.
What it will cost: Prices per guest run $50 to $95, with a $500 deposit that goes towards the total final cost. Park Kitchen is gratuity-free, so these prices include all food, beverage, and service.
Amenities: The events space is ideal for dinners for between 10 to 36, or cocktail parties for 45, but it can also accommodate smaller weddings.

422 NW 8th Ave
Portland, OR

11. Andina

1314 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: This Peruvian restaurants is a popular wedding and dinner spot for lunch and dinner, and it welcomes groups up to 80, with multiple dining rooms and always vibrant South American cooking (and cocktails).
What it will cost: Minimums range from $550 to $3K.
Amenities: Four private dining rooms come with a dedicated special events team. Highlights include the intimate La Bodega wine cellar, for between 10 and 14 guests, and the high-ceilinged Tupai, which seats 80.

1314 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR

12. Irving Street Kitchen

701 NW 13th Ave, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Irving St. Kitchen consistently serves great Southern food by chef Sarah Schafer — that “consistently” is the key — and it has a fashionable patio space right in the Pearl. The entire restaurant can also be rented out for weddings, too, and if you just want to party, it fits 300 revelers.
What it will cost: Rehearsal dinners in the private dining room or patio start at $1500, and the food and drink minimum for the former range from $800 to $4K, depending on day and season. Entire-venue rentals are around $25K, which include the private dining room, lounge, and patio.
Amenities: The private dining room comes with a photo booth and the patio includes comfy couches.

701 NW 13th Ave
Portland, OR

13. Serratto

2112 NW Kearney St, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The space at this Italian/Mediterranean restaurant has private dining rooms as well as a mezzanine built for your wedding and/or reception. 
What it will cost: There’s no charge to reserve the space, but there are minimum food and beverage costs: $750 for one of the private dining rooms; $1,500 for both; and $2K to reserve both private dining rooms and the mezzanine, which can hold up to 75 people.
Amenities: In addition to the mezzanine, the event coordinators have the skills to put together personalized food and drink options.  

2112 NW Kearney St
Portland, OR

14. The Waiting Room

2327 NW Kearney St, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: The NOLA-inspired restaurant The Waiting Room’s upstairs event space comes with a full bar, two balconies, and an obsession with champagne and oysters. Weddings, rehearsal dinners, and more can accommodate 35 for plated dinners, and up to 50 for cocktail events and family-style functions (there’s the option to rent out both floors of the restaurant, for an extra 60 seats, too).
What it will cost: Most events range $35 to $70 per person, with additional room rental and service fees.
Amenities: Lafitte’s works with local florists and photographers.

2327 NW Kearney St
Portland, OR

15. Elder Hall at Ned Ludd

3929 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97212

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Why not follow the lead of a handful of other local couples and tie the knot in this equally fancy and rustic dining hall? It's not technically a restaurant, but it is operated by Jason French's Ned Ludd (and located just behind it). 
What it will cost: Minimums are flexible but expect to pay around $35 to $85 a guest. Seating maxes out at 54, and the room can accommodate up to 75 standing. 
Amenities: You get to introduce your friends and family to French’s cooking — and if you're aiming to get hitched elsewhere, French and his team can cater your wedding off-site, too.  

3929 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97212

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16. Chameleon Restaurant and Bar

2000 NE 40th Ave, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: This old-school restaurant has a beautiful patio capable of seating 200, with a total onsite seating for 265 (more for cocktail-style events), and serves a crowd-pleasing menu of global dishes, with gluten-free and vegan options.
What it will cost: Events run from $600 to $15K.    
Amenities: Chameleon comes with custom floral design, a projector on the patio, a grand piano, and heating options for outdoor events. 

2000 NE 40th Ave
Portland, OR

17. SE Wine Collective

2425 SE 35th Pl, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Another chic urban winery option, SE Wine Collective does weddings and rehearsals with its onsite chef Althea Grey Potter, who serves a refined European menu.
What it will cost: Rates vary, starting at $150 per hour, plus staffing and food and beverage charges. Full buyout rates are based on day and season. (Wine club members get a discount.)    
Amenities: Offering seating for up to 75 (or 125 standing), it’s a romantic, dine among the wine barrels affair, with Oregon black walnut tables to boot. Along with the house wines made onsite by the Collective’s 10-plus wineries, choose from international selections, plus beers, with catered cocktails available, too. Lots of bars nearby for the after party.

2425 SE 35th Pl
Portland, OR

18. Country Cat Dinnerhouse & Bar

7937 SE Stark St, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: If you’re having a small wedding, The Country Cat's The Calico Room could be your place. It's also great for receptions, post-nuptial brunches, and pre-knot-tying rehearsal dinners. 
What it will cost: Pricing here depends on the headcount, so three-and-four-course family dinners range from $40 to $45 per person. 
Amenities: Wine, beer, specialty cocktails, some of that famous fried chicken, and good ol' Southern charm. 

7937 SE Stark St
Portland, OR

19. RingSide Grill

14021 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: Located on a golf course, this is the go-to for that classic steakhouse option with a country club vibe. It accommodates groups between 10 and 300 and offers al fresco dining. 
What it will cost: Per-person pricing usually ranges $45 to $65. 
Amenities: Summertime, the Glendoveer Room and Patio has personal fire pits, lawn accommodations, and views of the Glendoveer Golf Course. Best for fall or winter, the Fireside and Cellar Rooms have built-in fireplaces and an old-school decor.

14021 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR

20. McMenamins Edgefield

2126 SW Halsey St, Troutdale, OR

Why you should plan your wedding/reception here: With its 74 acres and thriving gardens, Troutdale's Edgefield is probably the most pastoral place in town — well technically, just outside of town — to throw your wedding. 
What it will cost: The property can accommodate up to 225 people for a large wedding, with weddings starting at $8,500. Meet the minimum price for food and drinks ($1K to $10K), and the room fee is waived.
Amenities: How about what amenities it doesn’t have? The property’s 100 rooms come equipped with neither a television nor a telephone, for instance, in an effort to allow you to relax and truly get away from all of it. That said, there's an onsite vineyard, several bars, a winery, a distillery, and other fun McMenamins-style nooks. 

2126 SW Halsey St
Troutdale, OR

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