Short wait, funky decor...best seafood risotto EVER! Place was full of charm, waiter was great - food was fabulous!
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This is in our neighborhood and when our son was little (now in college) we ate breakfast here every weekend. Then the son grew and weekends became soccer and basketball days. We empty nesters are able to eat breakfast out again so headed back to...More
This restaurant is right around the corner from my home so I try to frequent it at least once a month in the summer when I'm around. The food is always top rate and almost always order any special - especially the fish - when...More
This remains a great place for Happy Hour, particularly out on the back patio. The food is excellent and the service is very efficient and friendly. This was one of the pioneer restaurants in SE Portland and continues to provide a nice atmosphere and reasonably...More
My wife and I ate at Wild Abandon with our daughter and her boyfriend during our trip to Portland in July. We sat on the outdoor garden patio on a pleasant evening which was actually a little cool before we finished our dinner. It is...More
The outdoor garden patio, covered with many umbrellas, is a perfect place to eat, on a warm day. Their Happy Hour is wonderful, fantastic hamburgers with great fries, the Willamette Dream Salad, is one of my favorites.......blue cheese, currants, grilled green apples, candied pecans served...More
We love this place, It's atmosphere.....quirky/elegant/Portland sheik is both fun and relaxing. The food is truly eclectic and the menu changes enough to keep us interested, with some standard dishes that are always there. Good wine list and good advice. Seafood is always done to...More
They have wonderful happy hour food. I love the Willamette Salad & portabello mushroom sandwich! Try their current lemon drop! Super yum! They Also do a nice Margarita!
I love this place. The staff is on point, solid human beings doing a great job... especially Jonathan- what an amazing chef. W.A. satisfies me in ways I never thought possible. I've been living in The Bay for the last 2 years and still have...More