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The Bent Brick



1639 NW Marshall St.
Portland, OR 97209

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(503) 688-1655


4.8 of 5.0 from 19 reviews

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  • 50 States of Wine on Dec 04, 2013

    I couldn't decide between The Hamburger Dog (with cheese, bent brick sauce, and relish) or the Buffalo Chicken Sausage (with carrots, celery, and blue cheese dressing), so I had both! Kind of strange that one comes on a bun and the other without, but there you have it. Either is worth ordering and, if you're like me, order some extra buffalo sauce with that option, which wasn't quite spicy enough for my taste. When Laima wavered about trying the Cocoa Braised Beef Cheeks (with sauerkraut, beets, and horseradish cream), our server (also the Bar Manager) told her that if Laima didn't like it, she'd eat it herself and bring something else for her to try. No worries there - while the cocoa didn't make much of an appearance, the beef was to her liking and beets are always good to include.

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  • Kovas50StatesOfWine reviewInventive and fun menu, mostly locally sourced, along with a good craft beer and wine list make this a great place to go for either a romantic dinner or to impress someone without being snooty.

    55555 by Kovas50StatesOfWine


  • Dewayne H.The pre-made old fashioneds are great.

    55555 by Dewayne H.


  • Sarah S.The have wine BY THE GROWLER and Old Fashioned ON TAP!!!!! Also, don’t miss the Pig Ear Salad, the Carolina Gold Rice, and the Steak Tartare!

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Christian D.Great place. Phenomenal food (loved the meat board, oysters, pork entree) and drink list, great setting.

    55555 by Christian D.


  • Susan MargolisBest old fashioned.

    55555 by Susan Margolis


  • Jon W.Everything, seriously EVERYTHING is amazing.

    55555 by Jon W.


  • Joe S.Ha! "The Mult. Cty. Heath Dept. requires us to tell you undercooked items may make you poop and or barf" ~ The Menu

    22222 by Joe S.


  • Kathryn A.Try the cocktails, all of them. They are unique and each fantastic in their own way. They have 8 different house made sodas too, available virgin or with vodka, gin or whiskey. Great happy hour menu.

    55555 by Kathryn A.


  • Cora C.You should try the home made sodas, lavender is my favorite. Food is also amazing. Gluten free friendly.

    55555 by Cora C.


  • Tammy G.Don't miss the fried pickle plate - with pickled veggies & eggs - the sausages and the wine! Great patio too!

    55555 by Tammy G.


  • EaterThe $55 eat-it-all tasting menu is one of the town's most exciting experiences. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Lynn E.All around amazing meal there tonight with really interesting combinations. Service was also excellent - attentive, friendly and knowledgeable about each of the dishes served.

    55555 by Lynn E.


  • John H.Try the salmon poofs

    55555 by John H.


  • Jerry KetelOMG. Try the fried cheese curds.

    55555 by Jerry Ketel


  • Geoff K.Adam Robinson is a great bartender who knows his stuff, a lot of the drinks made with schrub pair well with the food.

    55555 by Geoff K.


  • Trish C.Check out the $48 order the entire menu option

    55555 by Trish C.


  • Robert F.Happy Hour 5-6:30 T-F. $1 off all drafts, and yes that includes wine.

    55555 by Robert F.


  • Ms. BoozenikGreat Slabtown Sour (ginger rum, lemon, pineapple, allspice). Tasty gazpacho served w/ savory tomatillo & gin ice cream. For dessert, try the xocolatl de davíd cake with bourbon glaze.

    55555 by Ms. Boozenik


  • Jeri B.Awesome cocktails including Moscow Mules

    55555 by Jeri B.


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