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A large faux Oak tree stands in the center of the dining room at Via Delizia in Portland.
The dining room at Via Delizia, one of the Pearl’s standout Italian restaurants.
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Where to Eat and Drink in Portland’s Pearl District

From the trattorias and wine bars to the dives and delis

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The dining room at Via Delizia, one of the Pearl’s standout Italian restaurants.
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The Pearl is a neighborhood currently in flux, with a seemingly endless stream of high-rise condos emerging every day, dwarfing the repurposed brick warehouses that attracted some of the longterm locals. In the shadows of these tall buildings lie a host of restaurants and bars, churning out everything from al dente pastas to the flakiest of French croissants. And while the neighborhood isn’t the city’s most culturally diverse, the restaurants found in the Pearl echo the architectural blueprint of this changing neighborhood: solid standbys that have managed to hang on for over a decade, along with a healthy dose of buzzy new hotspots.

It’s almost impossible to fit all the worthwhile restaurants and bars of such a thriving neighborhood into one map, but this collection of 18 spots capture the highlights among both the veterans and the rookies. For more neighborhood-specific maps, this collection can help. Per usual, this map isn’t ranked; it’s organized geographically.

The latest CDC guidance for vaccinated diners during the COVID-19 outbreak is here; dining out still carries risks for diners and workers. Please be aware of changing local rules, and remember that masks are required in all of Oregon’s indoor public spaces. Find a local vaccination site here.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Cooperativa

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1250 NW 9th Ave Suite 100
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 342-7416
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When seeking picnic supplies, Cooperativa — an Italian market and restaurant steps away from the Fields Park — is an obvious choice, with its Tails & Trotters salami, selection of tinned fish, and house-recipe marinated olives. However, its menu of pizza al taglio, panini, and Italian cocktails makes it a fun weekday lunch spot for locals. Hot tip: The shop now sells hand-made pasta dishes to eat onsite on Fridays and Saturdays, like farfalle with prosciutto cotto and peas or squid ink spaghetti with chorizo and clams. On other days of the week, you can recreate it at home with the grocery’s pastas and take-home sauces.

2. Carlita's

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1101 NW Northrup St
Portland, OR 97209
(971) 352-6991
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The Pearl isn’t exactly known for its Mexican food, so when Carlita’s opened in 2017, it not only filled that gap, but did so in way custom-tailored for the swank neighborhood. An upscale spot with a pseudo-gastropub vibe, Carlita’s focuses as much on whiskey and agave cocktails as on the tacos themselves. While their happy hour offers great taco and cocktail deals, the Taco Tuesday flights — full of tacos piled high with juicy meats and fresh shredded cabbage — are the best deal, allowing visitors to try five varieties of tacos for $13.25. Carlita’s is open for indoor and outdoor dining, plus takeout and delivery.

3. Via Delizia

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1105 NW Marshall St
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 225-9300
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Walking into Via Delizia, the first thing that greets diners is a looming faux olive tree and walls depicting a rambling street in Italy. The most casual of the many Italian restaurants in the Pearl, Via Delizia started as a cafe focused on gelato and pastries, and later expanded to a full restaurant serving fresh pastas, pizza, and salads. In the mornings, locals flock to the trattoria for Italian-style espressos and the black pearl Benedict, a twist on the classic made Mediterranean with a hidden layer of spanakopita. And it’s impossible to leave without at least one scoop of the restaurant’s gelato, which has held the neighborhood’s attention for more than 15 years. Via Delizia is open for onsite dining and delivery.

4. Yama Sushi & Sake Bar

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926 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 841-5463
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Another sleeper hit that has been in the neighborhood for many years, Yama’s uniformed sushi chefs churn out some of the most thoughtfully and sustainably sourced sushi and sashimi in the neighborhood — in fact, its website proudly displays the source and sustainability rating of nearly all the seafood it serves. While some flashy specialty rolls and an Instagram-friendly tuna tower draw a crowd, the hand-scrawled specials are where it’s at, featuring everything from crunchy Mirugai giant clam to kobe beef rolls topped with foie gras. Yama is open for indoor and outdoor dining.

5. Botanist House

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910 NW 14th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

Botanist House moved out from its underground location up to a nearby sprawling rooftop patio last year. The drink menu features bold and creative cocktails, incorporating fresh and bright house-made ingredients such as the mango margarita made with Botanist terroir honey and roasted habanero tincture. The rooftop locale is also a fun spot to catch events, be it a drag brunch or a comedy show. 

6. Piazza Italia

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1129 NW Johnson St
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 478-0619
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One of the rare spots in town where Portlanders can hear the lilt of Italian spoken at tables around them, Piazza Italia transports in the most magical way. With football jerseys haphazardly slung from the ceiling, Piazza Italia is casual enough to wander in on a whim for a soccer game played on the restaurant’s many TVs; still, its vast wine offerings and heaping plates of house-made pappardelle made it an impressive choice for first dates pre-pandemic. That pappardelle is the one pasta made in house, and while it’s only featured on one wild boar ragu dish on the menu, it can (and should) be subbed out on any other pasta entree for a small charge. Piazza Italia is open for takeout and delivery.

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7. Cool Moon Ice Cream

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1105 NW Johnson St
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 224-2021
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Cool Moon Ice Cream has been quietly and consistently scooping fun and inventive flavors of ice cream and sorbet for almost 12 years, making it one of the oldest ice cream shops in all of Northwest Portland. Perched on the edge of the splash pad waterworks at Jameson Park that draws the neighborhood’s youngest residents, it could potentially have survived the years by the sheer fact that kids love ice cream. But with flavors like kulfi rose and Thai iced tea, this ice cream shop would thrive on any corner in Portland.

8. Republica

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721 NW 9th Ave #175
Portland, OR 97209
(541) 900-5836
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República isn’t just one of the most exciting new restaurants in the Pearl District; it’s one of Portland’s most exciting new restaurants. Mornings at República involve tortas stacked with cochinita pibil, concha breakfast sandwiches, and toasty quesadillas filled with queso Oaxaca made an hour away. Dinner, on the other hand, is a ritzier affair, a tasting menu incorporating dishes like pork belly in a nutty mole almendrado and seafood-topped tostadas. Those seeking a morning cafe de olla can stop by the restaurant’s neighboring cafe and predecessor, La Perlita.

9. Low Brow Lounge

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1036 NW Hoyt St
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 226-0200
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The Low Brow Lounge is a dark cave of a space that feels both wholly out of place and desperately needed in the posh Pearl, the kind of place ideal to hunker down in while it’s raining. Inside regulars find neon signs and walls so red it feels the actual beating heart of the neighborhood, or at least the heart of the neighborhood circa 1998. It’s a dive bar through and through, somewhere to go for stiff cheap drinks and a tinge of old Pearl nostalgia.

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10. Break Bread

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1106 NW Hoyt St
Portland, OR 97209
(971) 339-9015
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Open since April 2019, Break Bread is one of the newer kids on the sandwich block, even though its gargantuan mural of Mt. Hood and comfortable but casual seating area feel like it could have been tucked into this corner spot for years. Upon entry a sharp scent of vinegar and pickled things hits the nose, a hint at what’s to come. The Chubby Puggy, with three layers of sauces including a sweet-and-spicy bacon pepper jelly, is a hit, as is the Stein’s, a roast chicken number topped with red pesto and a ranch that will convert any hater to a fan. 

11. Montesacro Pinseria PDX

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1230 NW Hoyt St
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 208-2992
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If Portland had to name its Little Italy, it very well might be the Pearl, with a steady supply of affogatos, pizza, and meat-laden Northern Italian pasta sauces sprinkled through the neighborhood. One might think the Pearl wouldn’t need another Italian spot, but Montesacro Pinseria brings something fresh to the neighborhood in the form of pinsa, a modern twist on the ancient flatbread. The delightfully light and airy dough is made from a unique blend of rice, soy, and wheat flour, dimpled gently like focaccia, and cooked in a flash. Topped with things like guanciale, fior di latte, and and fava beans, Montesacro’s pinsas highlight some of Italy’s other greatest hits. It’s open for delivery and onsite dining.

12. Andina

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1314 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 228-9535
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Andina emerged in 2003 as a darling of the Portland food scene, and has defied all restaurant longevity odds to remain a top spot in the Pearl. Andina was serving lime-scented quinoa salad before quinoa exploded in the health food market, a nod to the native ingredients and rich food culture of owner Doris Rodriguez de Platt’s hometown in Peru. Andina’s new chef, Alexander Diestra, has adapted the restaurant’s menu to incorporate some of Peru’s other cuisines, like Japanese-Peruvian Nikkei and Chinese-Peruvian Chifa dishes. Based on Diestra’s showing at Andina’s pop-up, Chicha, the Peruvian restaurant is headed in an even more exciting direction. Andina is set to re-open August 18th.

13. Arden Restaurant Portland

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417 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 206-6097
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When it opened, this wine bar was home to recent Top Chef contestant Sara Hauman, who lightly smoked olives with orange and sliced roses of smoked trout with dollops of horseradish cream. Now, longstanding Portland chef Erik Van Kley is running the kitchen, serving dishes at the same caliber as the dishes he served at the late-great Taylor Railworks. Van Kley dots gorgeous plates of burrata with pickled cherries and toasted pistachios, tosses goat cheese gnocchi in a spring green English pea puree, and tops a trendy Basque-style cheesecake with huckleberry jam. The wine list, of course, is similarly special, with some of the prettiest wines coming out of the Willamette Valley. It’s open for takeout, delivery, and dine-in.

14. Nuvrei

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404 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 972-1701
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If one Pearl eatery mirrored the sleek vertical growth of the neighborhood, it would be the polished and minimalist Nuvrei. In its uncluttered, under-lit pastry cases, dessert lovers can find one of the most refined croissants in the city, fashioned into something modern and thrilling by way of a rosewater glaze. Other top sellers include the marionberry danish and the flaky, laminated twist on a savory Japanese curry pan. Visitors should note that items often sell out by mid-day.

15. Khao San

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1435 NW Flanders St Suite A
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 227-3700
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One of only a few Thai restaurants in the Pearl, the owners of Khao San wanted recreate the vibrant street food of Thailand in the heart of Portland. While Khao San features Thai fare often spotted in American Thai restaurants — pad thai, larb — the restaurant stands out for dishes like spicy, fragrant Isan sausage and hoy joh, a snack of pork shrimp, crab, and water chestnut wrapped in bean curd and deep-fried to perfection. Tourists may dig this: When available, the owner will drive visitors to or from the restaurant in the tuk tuk parked out front, making this a great spot to hit before seeing a movie at one of the neighboring theaters.

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16. Mediterranean Exploration Company

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333 NW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 222-0906
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This spot will almost always greet diners with a sizeable wait, so it’s best to make a reservation to enjoy dishes like meats roasted in its 700-degree oven, lemony herbaceous potatoes, and bacon-wrapped dates kissed with smoky Aleppo honey. Smaller groups can also enjoy food and drinks in the sleek subway tiled bar, with bare Edison lights dripping from the ceiling. MEC, as it’s known, is open for takeout and delivery, as well.

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17. Teardrop Lounge

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1015 NW Everett St
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 445-8109
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Teardrop is a bar that could be easy to miss, unassumingly perched on a sleepy block between an ice cream shop and a trendy clothing store. Although it doesn’t particularly call attention to itself, Teardrop is one of Portland’s most influential cocktail bars: the exterior doesn’t disclose that a dramatic horseshoe-shaped bar, a whole lot of mood, and some of Portland’s top bartenders can be found inside. The menu breaks down the drinks into categories, like Supple and Herbal, Arid and Aromatic, and Rich and Robust, making it easy for even the most indecisive of cocktail drinkers to land on the ideal drink.

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18. Everybody Eats PDX

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138 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 318-1619
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This new Pearl District arrival starts its day with elaborate brunch fare, like lump crab omelets drizzled in Cajun cream sauce or peach cobbler chicken and waffles, before moving into a menu of top-tier soul food and decked-out mac and cheese. Truly, it is difficult to find better soul food on the west side of the river, be it the vanilla-scented candied yams, the smothered turkey legs, or the sharp-and-creamy mac and cheese. Everybody Eats is open for indoor and outdoor dining, as well as takeout and delivery.

1. Cooperativa

1250 NW 9th Ave Suite 100, Portland, OR 97209

When seeking picnic supplies, Cooperativa — an Italian market and restaurant steps away from the Fields Park — is an obvious choice, with its Tails & Trotters salami, selection of tinned fish, and house-recipe marinated olives. However, its menu of pizza al taglio, panini, and Italian cocktails makes it a fun weekday lunch spot for locals. Hot tip: The shop now sells hand-made pasta dishes to eat onsite on Fridays and Saturdays, like farfalle with prosciutto cotto and peas or squid ink spaghetti with chorizo and clams. On other days of the week, you can recreate it at home with the grocery’s pastas and take-home sauces.

1250 NW 9th Ave Suite 100
Portland, OR 97209

2. Carlita's

1101 NW Northrup St, Portland, OR 97209

The Pearl isn’t exactly known for its Mexican food, so when Carlita’s opened in 2017, it not only filled that gap, but did so in way custom-tailored for the swank neighborhood. An upscale spot with a pseudo-gastropub vibe, Carlita’s focuses as much on whiskey and agave cocktails as on the tacos themselves. While their happy hour offers great taco and cocktail deals, the Taco Tuesday flights — full of tacos piled high with juicy meats and fresh shredded cabbage — are the best deal, allowing visitors to try five varieties of tacos for $13.25. Carlita’s is open for indoor and outdoor dining, plus takeout and delivery.

1101 NW Northrup St
Portland, OR 97209

3. Via Delizia

1105 NW Marshall St, Portland, OR 97209

Walking into Via Delizia, the first thing that greets diners is a looming faux olive tree and walls depicting a rambling street in Italy. The most casual of the many Italian restaurants in the Pearl, Via Delizia started as a cafe focused on gelato and pastries, and later expanded to a full restaurant serving fresh pastas, pizza, and salads. In the mornings, locals flock to the trattoria for Italian-style espressos and the black pearl Benedict, a twist on the classic made Mediterranean with a hidden layer of spanakopita. And it’s impossible to leave without at least one scoop of the restaurant’s gelato, which has held the neighborhood’s attention for more than 15 years. Via Delizia is open for onsite dining and delivery.

1105 NW Marshall St
Portland, OR 97209

4. Yama Sushi & Sake Bar

926 NW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

Another sleeper hit that has been in the neighborhood for many years, Yama’s uniformed sushi chefs churn out some of the most thoughtfully and sustainably sourced sushi and sashimi in the neighborhood — in fact, its website proudly displays the source and sustainability rating of nearly all the seafood it serves. While some flashy specialty rolls and an Instagram-friendly tuna tower draw a crowd, the hand-scrawled specials are where it’s at, featuring everything from crunchy Mirugai giant clam to kobe beef rolls topped with foie gras. Yama is open for indoor and outdoor dining.

926 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

5. Botanist House

910 NW 14th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

Botanist House moved out from its underground location up to a nearby sprawling rooftop patio last year. The drink menu features bold and creative cocktails, incorporating fresh and bright house-made ingredients such as the mango margarita made with Botanist terroir honey and roasted habanero tincture. The rooftop locale is also a fun spot to catch events, be it a drag brunch or a comedy show. 

910 NW 14th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

6. Piazza Italia

1129 NW Johnson St, Portland, OR 97209

One of the rare spots in town where Portlanders can hear the lilt of Italian spoken at tables around them, Piazza Italia transports in the most magical way. With football jerseys haphazardly slung from the ceiling, Piazza Italia is casual enough to wander in on a whim for a soccer game played on the restaurant’s many TVs; still, its vast wine offerings and heaping plates of house-made pappardelle made it an impressive choice for first dates pre-pandemic. That pappardelle is the one pasta made in house, and while it’s only featured on one wild boar ragu dish on the menu, it can (and should) be subbed out on any other pasta entree for a small charge. Piazza Italia is open for takeout and delivery.

1129 NW Johnson St
Portland, OR 97209

7. Cool Moon Ice Cream

1105 NW Johnson St, Portland, OR 97209

Cool Moon Ice Cream has been quietly and consistently scooping fun and inventive flavors of ice cream and sorbet for almost 12 years, making it one of the oldest ice cream shops in all of Northwest Portland. Perched on the edge of the splash pad waterworks at Jameson Park that draws the neighborhood’s youngest residents, it could potentially have survived the years by the sheer fact that kids love ice cream. But with flavors like kulfi rose and Thai iced tea, this ice cream shop would thrive on any corner in Portland.

1105 NW Johnson St
Portland, OR 97209

8. Republica

721 NW 9th Ave #175, Portland, OR 97209

República isn’t just one of the most exciting new restaurants in the Pearl District; it’s one of Portland’s most exciting new restaurants. Mornings at República involve tortas stacked with cochinita pibil, concha breakfast sandwiches, and toasty quesadillas filled with queso Oaxaca made an hour away. Dinner, on the other hand, is a ritzier affair, a tasting menu incorporating dishes like pork belly in a nutty mole almendrado and seafood-topped tostadas. Those seeking a morning cafe de olla can stop by the restaurant’s neighboring cafe and predecessor, La Perlita.

721 NW 9th Ave #175
Portland, OR 97209

9. Low Brow Lounge

1036 NW Hoyt St, Portland, OR 97209

The Low Brow Lounge is a dark cave of a space that feels both wholly out of place and desperately needed in the posh Pearl, the kind of place ideal to hunker down in while it’s raining. Inside regulars find neon signs and walls so red it feels the actual beating heart of the neighborhood, or at least the heart of the neighborhood circa 1998. It’s a dive bar through and through, somewhere to go for stiff cheap drinks and a tinge of old Pearl nostalgia.

1036 NW Hoyt St
Portland, OR 97209

10. Break Bread

1106 NW Hoyt St, Portland, OR 97209

Open since April 2019, Break Bread is one of the newer kids on the sandwich block, even though its gargantuan mural of Mt. Hood and comfortable but casual seating area feel like it could have been tucked into this corner spot for years. Upon entry a sharp scent of vinegar and pickled things hits the nose, a hint at what’s to come. The Chubby Puggy, with three layers of sauces including a sweet-and-spicy bacon pepper jelly, is a hit, as is the Stein’s, a roast chicken number topped with red pesto and a ranch that will convert any hater to a fan. 

1106 NW Hoyt St
Portland, OR 97209

11. Montesacro Pinseria PDX

1230 NW Hoyt St, Portland, OR 97209

If Portland had to name its Little Italy, it very well might be the Pearl, with a steady supply of affogatos, pizza, and meat-laden Northern Italian pasta sauces sprinkled through the neighborhood. One might think the Pearl wouldn’t need another Italian spot, but Montesacro Pinseria brings something fresh to the neighborhood in the form of pinsa, a modern twist on the ancient flatbread. The delightfully light and airy dough is made from a unique blend of rice, soy, and wheat flour, dimpled gently like focaccia, and cooked in a flash. Topped with things like guanciale, fior di latte, and and fava beans, Montesacro’s pinsas highlight some of Italy’s other greatest hits. It’s open for delivery and onsite dining.

1230 NW Hoyt St
Portland, OR 97209

12. Andina

1314 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209

Andina emerged in 2003 as a darling of the Portland food scene, and has defied all restaurant longevity odds to remain a top spot in the Pearl. Andina was serving lime-scented quinoa salad before quinoa exploded in the health food market, a nod to the native ingredients and rich food culture of owner Doris Rodriguez de Platt’s hometown in Peru. Andina’s new chef, Alexander Diestra, has adapted the restaurant’s menu to incorporate some of Peru’s other cuisines, like Japanese-Peruvian Nikkei and Chinese-Peruvian Chifa dishes. Based on Diestra’s showing at Andina’s pop-up, Chicha, the Peruvian restaurant is headed in an even more exciting direction. Andina is set to re-open August 18th.

1314 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR 97209

13. Arden Restaurant Portland

417 NW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

When it opened, this wine bar was home to recent Top Chef contestant Sara Hauman, who lightly smoked olives with orange and sliced roses of smoked trout with dollops of horseradish cream. Now, longstanding Portland chef Erik Van Kley is running the kitchen, serving dishes at the same caliber as the dishes he served at the late-great Taylor Railworks. Van Kley dots gorgeous plates of burrata with pickled cherries and toasted pistachios, tosses goat cheese gnocchi in a spring green English pea puree, and tops a trendy Basque-style cheesecake with huckleberry jam. The wine list, of course, is similarly special, with some of the prettiest wines coming out of the Willamette Valley. It’s open for takeout, delivery, and dine-in.

417 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

14. Nuvrei

404 NW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

If one Pearl eatery mirrored the sleek vertical growth of the neighborhood, it would be the polished and minimalist Nuvrei. In its uncluttered, under-lit pastry cases, dessert lovers can find one of the most refined croissants in the city, fashioned into something modern and thrilling by way of a rosewater glaze. Other top sellers include the marionberry danish and the flaky, laminated twist on a savory Japanese curry pan. Visitors should note that items often sell out by mid-day.

404 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

15. Khao San

1435 NW Flanders St Suite A, Portland, OR 97209

One of only a few Thai restaurants in the Pearl, the owners of Khao San wanted recreate the vibrant street food of Thailand in the heart of Portland. While Khao San features Thai fare often spotted in American Thai restaurants — pad thai, larb — the restaurant stands out for dishes like spicy, fragrant Isan sausage and hoy joh, a snack of pork shrimp, crab, and water chestnut wrapped in bean curd and deep-fried to perfection. Tourists may dig this: When available, the owner will drive visitors to or from the restaurant in the tuk tuk parked out front, making this a great spot to hit before seeing a movie at one of the neighboring theaters.

1435 NW Flanders St Suite A
Portland, OR 97209

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16. Mediterranean Exploration Company

333 NW 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

This spot will almost always greet diners with a sizeable wait, so it’s best to make a reservation to enjoy dishes like meats roasted in its 700-degree oven, lemony herbaceous potatoes, and bacon-wrapped dates kissed with smoky Aleppo honey. Smaller groups can also enjoy food and drinks in the sleek subway tiled bar, with bare Edison lights dripping from the ceiling. MEC, as it’s known, is open for takeout and delivery, as well.

333 NW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

17. Teardrop Lounge

1015 NW Everett St, Portland, OR 97209

Teardrop is a bar that could be easy to miss, unassumingly perched on a sleepy block between an ice cream shop and a trendy clothing store. Although it doesn’t particularly call attention to itself, Teardrop is one of Portland’s most influential cocktail bars: the exterior doesn’t disclose that a dramatic horseshoe-shaped bar, a whole lot of mood, and some of Portland’s top bartenders can be found inside. The menu breaks down the drinks into categories, like Supple and Herbal, Arid and Aromatic, and Rich and Robust, making it easy for even the most indecisive of cocktail drinkers to land on the ideal drink.

1015 NW Everett St
Portland, OR 97209

18. Everybody Eats PDX

138 NW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

This new Pearl District arrival starts its day with elaborate brunch fare, like lump crab omelets drizzled in Cajun cream sauce or peach cobbler chicken and waffles, before moving into a menu of top-tier soul food and decked-out mac and cheese. Truly, it is difficult to find better soul food on the west side of the river, be it the vanilla-scented candied yams, the smothered turkey legs, or the sharp-and-creamy mac and cheese. Everybody Eats is open for indoor and outdoor dining, as well as takeout and delivery.

138 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

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