ChefStable Catering

611 SE GRANT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON 97214
503.238.8889
http://chefstable-catering.com/

ChefStable Catering is the sister company to the ChefStable group of restaurants.  We bring the same approach to catering that we believe is the bedrock of the success of our restaurants:  an uncompromising commitment to food and beverage quality followed up with world class service. 

We leverage the creativity & passion found in our restaurant kitchens to offer an elevated level of cuisine to our clients in the catered event environment. Our cuisine is fresh, forward-thinking and contemporary, embracing dining trends and flavors that reflect the dynamic Portland restaurant scene. In addition to our cuisine, we offer our clients professional staffing, bartending services, rentals coordination and event planning.

Coopers Hall

404 SE 6th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97214
(503) 719-7000
http://coopershall.com

The wine team of AlexEli Vineyards, and Joel Gunderson, of Restaurant St. Jack, are following up their wholesale debut with a retail venture, Coopers Hall Winery and Tap Room. Situated in Portland’s Central Eastside, Coopers Hall is both an urban winery and a taproom pouring up to 44 taps of wine, beer, cider and more. The taproom also holds a full service kitchen serving rotisserie cooked meats and savory sides. The spacious environment invites guests to get closer to all aspects of the wine making experience from grape to bottle. We believe that we have found a perfect location for a serious wine production while also offering a wine service experience unmatched in Oregon or elsewhere. 

Fortune

329 NW Couch Street, Portland, Oregon, 97209
(503) 229-7468

Fortune has carved a niche as the place to go in Downtown Portland to hear the best DJs in town on an intimate scale. The atmosphere is sleek. Murals from renowned artist Blaine Fontana adorn the walls. There are no lasers or fog machines. The sound system is top quality. The beer list is carefully curated. Cocktails are fresh and delicious without too much fuss. 

Foster Burger

5339 SE Foster Road, Portland OR 97206
(503) 775-2077
http://fosterburger.com/

Foster Burger is a rock n' roll burger bar in the Foster Powell neighborhood. Comfortable and casual, Foster Burger embodies the vibe of the city with an emphasis on a no-frills burger done right. Our dining room is covered in local concert posters blending the family friendly space with 90s nostalgia. Join us for a lamb Kiwi Burger or dare to finish "The Burner." 

Grassa

1205 SW Washington St, Portland OR 97205, 1506 NW 23rd Avenue, Portland, OR 97210
(503) 241-1133
http://grassapdx.com/

Despite the epic eagle motif on the wall, the stoner-rock on the turntable and general industrial feel of the place, you cannot get a tattoo at Grassa. You can, however, get meticulously crafted bowls of fresh pasta on the fly, paired with traditional and seasonal salads, delicious appetizers and tasty cocktails. The brainchild of Lardo kingpin Rick Gencarelli, Grassa pushes the concept of artisan comfort food slung in a no-frills fashion. But don’t get us wrong; the sounds of throttled guitars and pummeled drums may echo through the place, but Grassa has nothing but love for you. When enjoying Rick’s family meatballs coupled with a refreshing Coca-Cola & red wine cooler, taking in the newly born pasta packaged and available for your take home enjoyment, try to not notice the heart on their sleeve.

Hamlet

232 NW 12th Ave. Portland, Oregon 97209
(503) 241-4009
http://hamletpdx.com/

Located in Portland’s Pearl District, just steps away from Oven and Shaker, lies the 2,000-square-foot space built around the casual service of nationally and internationally sourced hams and delicious cocktails. Chef Jun Robles leads the kitchen offering a rotating selection of seven hams from across the world,  including a stop on the “Ham Belt”. Bar curator and owner, Ryan Magarian offers a passionate and concise cocktail list that will rotate seasonally bringing in fresh and aromatic ingredients from all over. Hamlet is the Pearl's new destination to meet friends for dinner or to have a cocktail and bite while waiting for a seat at Oven and Shaker. 

Kask

1215 SW Alder Street, Portland OR 97205
(503) 241-7163
http://www.superbitepdx.com/kask/

Adjacent to the upcoming SuperBite in downtown Portland's West End, KASK is a modern saloon dedicated to delicious food and exceptional beverages. In this warm and inviting space, you can drink and eat the night away or meet up with a party while waiting for your table at SuperBite. KASK’s menu has been described as “dorm food chic” and foretells the creativity and dedication to quality ingredients that will characterize SuperBite. The cocktail menu shows off both popular favorites from Kask 1.0 as well as new additions reflective of the whimsical nature of our food offerings. Handcrafted cocktails, singular spirits, microbrews, and small-production wines compliment the carefully curated menu of small but hearty plates.  

La Moule

2500 SE Clinton Street, Portland, Oregon 97202
(971) 339-2822
http://lamoulepdx.com

As soon as you enter La Moule, expect to be engulfed in its intimate 1970s retro chic atmosphere whether it be evoked by the bold blue mussel shell printed wallpaper, checkered tile or funky background music. This Franco-Belgian beer and cocktail bar brought to you with love from Tommy Klus and Aaron Barnett provides to you a menu reminiscent of what you would eat if you were dining al fresco at a bistro in Bruxelles. With six variations of mussels ranging from  the white wine, garlic and butter "Classique" to the Merguez sausage and harissa accented "Marocaine" you can also expect splendid gremolata tossed pommes frites, liege waffles and an enticing selection of "P'tit Plats" and "Entrées". To complement whichever dishes may suit your fancy, select one of Tommy's expertly crafted cocktails, a glass of Slovenian white or one of the recommended beers. Next time you find yourself on Southeast Portland's village-esque Clinton Street, come on in with your date and grab one of the intimate booths or perhaps pony up at the Chef's Counter to watch all the delicious culinary action but either way expect to be fully immersed in the delicious affair that is La Moule. 
 

Lardo

1205 SW Washington St, Portland, OR 97205, 1212 SE Hawthorne St, Portland OR 97214 and 4090 N. Williams St, Portland OR 97227
(503) 241-2490, (503) 234-7786 and (503) 841-5373
http://lardopdx.com/

Starting life as a food cart in SE Portland, rarely has a spot been so aptly named. Rocking an ancient charcuterie moniker that truly serves as a harbinger of things to come, Lardo is a sandwich shop that worships at the alter of  bovine & swine. Using old-world techniques, contemporary flourishes and a gonzo approach, Lardo proudly celebrates its excesses. Pushing a menu that features pork drenched double burgers, a giant meatball Banh Mi, and hand-cut french fries (again) smothered in pork, Lardo also has beer. Lots of beer, actually. Rotating taps of knee-buckling craft brew greatness, backed-up with a refreshing mix of premium cocktails. Operating on both sides of the river at SE Hawthorne and SW Washington, as well as up North on Williams Lardo serves as a mecca for those seeking a uniquely smash-mouth deli experience.  

Loyal Legion

710 SE 6th Avenue, Portland OR 97214
(503) 235-8272
http://loyallegionpdx.com/

Portland, Oregon has more breweries per capita than any other city in the world, and yet it does not have a signature beer hall to celebrate the tremendous tradition of Oregon Craft Brewing. The craft brewing movement may have officially started in a neighboring state but it is universally acknowledged that Oregon redefined the craft brewing movement and established itself as the capital of American brewing since the late 1980s. The Loyal Legion’s sole purpose is to celebrate the Oregon Craft Brewing tradition. In order to fulfill this purpose we knew that we needed two things: the best selection of Oregon beer in the Country and the best tap system in the country. We’ve built the entire bar around (and on top of) both of these. With 99 Oregon beers on tap during peak activity, and with a tap system that rivals a NASA program, we have everything in place to walk the talk. Add to that a ferocious commitment to maintaining quality through beer line cleaning and maintenance – and we can guarantee not only the best selection of beer in the State but the highest quality of product as well. As if that is not enough, we have partnered with the greatest sausage maker in America, Portland’s own Olympia Provisions, to offer the best one two beer sausage combo you could ever imagine. Add a freshly baked pretzel with cheese dipping sauce to the mix and boom goes the dynamite.

Oven and Shaker

1134 NW Everett Street, Portland OR 97209
(503) 241-1600
http://ovenandshaker.com/

A partnership between three of Portland’s most accomplished industry veterans, Oven and Shaker is a modern urban saloon in the heart of Portland’s Pearl District that ties together the hearty Italian Street food and wood burning oven pizza making talent of three-time James Beard Award Nominated Chef Cathy Whims with the ingredient-driven classic cocktails of veteran Northwest bartender Ryan Magarian.

Oven and Shaker is the foundation for a fun night out - delicious fresh food, ingredient-driven classic cocktails, and a natural ease of service and style. Thin-crust pizzas, blistered by the wood fire, anchor the menu alongside shareable salads and small plates. The cocktail menu reflects Ryan’s passion for all things liquid and delicious, with an emphasis on classic cocktail twists made with whimsical and often unexpected flavor combinations. The bar is rounded out with a selection of local and Italian wines; regional wines are served by the glass directly from barrels. The bar also highlights local beers on tap and a selection of handcrafted nonalcoholic cocktails.

Ox

2225 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland OR 97212
(503) 284-3366
http://oxpdx.com/

Ox Restaurant finds inspiration in the wood-fired grilling tradition of Argentina, and with it, the culinary heritage of Spain, France and Italy. The name Ox pays homage to the work animal that pulls the plough, tilling the soil and replenishing the land’s ability to produce its fruits, vegetables, and grains. Showcasing prime local meats and fish, Ox also features seasonal produce in distinctive preparations. Ox harnesses the culinary talent of Portland chefs Greg Denton and Gabrielle Quiñónez Denton in a friendly and comfortable neighborhood restaurant with an energetic vibe and creative menu designed to appeal to the palate of the Pacific Northwest.

P.R.E.A.M.

2131 SE 11th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97214
(503) 231-2809
preampizza.com

P.R.E.A.M. is a Portland neighborhood spot that seeks to capture all of the energy and urban soul that Chef Nick and Brandon experienced in NYC. From the hand tossed, wood fired pizza, to the bottled cocktails and curated hip-hop playlist, P.R.E.A.M. celebrates the art of urban style while maintaining a sense of culinary tradition. Service is fast-paced and high-energy without compromising hospitality. No detail is overlooked when it comes to entertaining the guest’s eyes, ears and taste buds.

Philippe’s Bread

4082 North Williams Street, Portland OR 97227
(971) 266-8348
http://philippesbread.com/

From his start in Lyon, France, to his recent debut in Portland, Oregon, Philippe’s Bread isn’t new to the ChefStable family.  Over a decade ago baker, Philippe Garcia’s French bakery provided bread for Kurt Huffman’s restaurants in Lyon, France.  Through the wonders of the internet, Kurt and Philippe reconnected ten years later, and began planning a Portland-based bakery. Focusing on quality and flavor, Philippe uses natural starter levain for all his recipes which creates his unique and flavorful bread and pastries. Stop by the shop for some delicious bread, savory pastries, and look for Philippe’s Bread featured in local Portland restaurants. 

St Jack

1610 NW 23rd Avenue, Portland OR 97210
(503) 360-1281
http://stjackpdx.com/

The product of a lifetime of study and passion, St. Jack is an ode to the bouchons, or esteemed cafes of Lyon, France, and to Chef Aaron Barnett's take on the humble excellence of rustic French cuisine. Situated on a comfortable neighborhood corner in NW Portland, St. Jack features a dining room and bar room that boast wall to wall windows and classic fixtures. 

The marble bar features specialty cocktails, French beers and Belgian ales. True to authentic bouchons, regional wines are served directly from barrels in Pôts Lyonnais, traditional 46cL bottles imported from Lyon.

SuperBite

527 SW 12th Avenue, Portland OR 97205
(503) 222-0979
http://www.superbitepdx.com/

In their second restaurant, SuperBite, chefs Greg Denton and Gabi Quiñónez Denton deliver bold, global flavors; celebrating the synergy of seemingly separate bites that go even better together. At SuperBite, chefs and cooks alike develop dishes and can be spotted tableside, delivering their creations directly to guests.

The Evergreen

618 SE Alder Street, Portland, Oregon 97214
(503) 260-2405
theevergreenpdx.com/

The Evergreen is a family affair. Kurt and Heather Huffman took over the space in July of 2015 and oversaw the renovation of the former Portland Police event space. The Evergreen’s purpose is to be an event space worthy of Portland and its residents– a venue where we can celebrate everything exceptional about our amazing City. With a 550 person capacity and room for a 200 person seated dinner, The Evergreen has the capacity, flexibility and infrastructure to host anything from a small corporate event to a concert by the Rolling Stones. From its historic, restored details to state-of-the art updates, The Evergreen merges new with old, modern with classic, comfort with elegance.

Whey Bar

2225 NE Martin Luther King Blvd, Portland OR 97212
(503) 284-3366
http://oxpdx.com

The Whey Bar offers a warm and welcoming environment for all. Whether you are meeting up with a party, waiting with a special someone, or just stopping in to enjoy some small snacks on the ever changing menu, the friendly and knowledgeable staff will provide you with gracious, informed hospitality. At the Whey Bar you can lose yourself in conversation while enjoying a craft cocktail, a glass of wine, or one of the select bottled beers. Whey Bar brings seasonal changes to its cocktail menu, using the freshest and best ingredients as they come available, while keeping the staple drinks that patrons have grown to love. No matter what the Oregon weather brings, sitting outside on a beautiful day with the outdoor seating, or cozying up inside on a rainy day, the Whey Bar is here to meet all of your needs. Come find out why it is becoming one of the best bars in Portland.