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Park Kitchen

422 Northwest 8th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

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(503) 223-7275

  • Sun - Sat 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Bars, Dog Friendly Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 27 reviews

price range:$26 to $50


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Park Kitchen in Portland, OR
  • Park Kitchen in Portland, OR
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  • Park Kitchen in Portland, OR
  • Park Kitchen in Portland, OR
  • Park Kitchen in Portland, OR
  • Park Kitchen in Portland, OR
  • Park Kitchen in Portland, OR
  • Park Kitchen in Portland, OR
  • Park Kitchen in Portland, OR

Park Kitchen Reviews

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  • Stewart Pgreat food and friendly staff

    55555 by Stewart P

  • Kim Bdog friendly!!

    55555 by Kim B

  • JaredThe chefs menu was exceptional. Some of the best service I've ever had as well.

    55555 by Jared

  • Sean W.Root beer old fashioned is the only thing you need here.

    55555 by Sean W.

  • Chefs FeedGabriel Rucker, chef of Le Pigeon, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Chick pea fries.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • Laureen H.Absolutely fabulous - do all small plates to experience the whole flavor variety

    55555 by Laureen H.

  • Tony A.Excellent and service great selection of wines .

    55555 by Tony A.

  • J.T.One of my best meals in a long time! Get the tasting menu-small and large plates.

    55555 by J.T.

  • Al B.Yellow beets with wild rice, mushrooms, yogurt and pistacchios is tart and rich.

    55555 by Al B.

  • Wild Bill D.Smoked lemonade in the Pow Wow is just that: WOW!

    33333 by Wild Bill D.

  • Wild Bill D.Grilled lamb with flava beans is worth murder if the last one was ordered by the guy next to you.

    33333 by Wild Bill D.

  • Evan R.My favorite place in all of Portland

    55555 by Evan R.

  • Mark C.Get the tasting menu. It will be a surprise and delight to your dinner.

    55555 by Mark C.

  • Erin S.Although there isn't a specific GF menu, the staff was very helpful.

    55555 by Erin S.

  • HoverHereOrdering a mix of the small plates lets you enjoy as much of the culinary talent as possible. I'm told the dessert is amazing but we'll have to try that next time. We're definitely coming back!

    55555 by HoverHere

  • Dave N.Chickpea fries easily feed two.

    55555 by Dave N.

  • Evan R.My favorite place to eat in Portland.

    55555 by Evan R.

  • Andy B.Try the chickpea fries! Fantastic!

    55555 by Andy B.

  • TravelOregonSwing by for the 10x10 happy hour Monday-Saturday from 5-7 p.m. for ten diverse gourmet courses ranging from farm eggs, braised leeks and nettles to feta and radish salad.

    55555 by TravelOregon

  • Barbara G.Try the chef's tasting menu - you won't be disappointed!

    55555 by Barbara G.

  • Eboni L.The flavor combinations are outstanding! Need a bit more vegetarian fare, but everything was amazing, and you must leave room for desert!

    55555 by Eboni L.

  • EaterScott Dolish likes to pair flavor combinations you wouldn’t expect to work. Fries are actually tempura beans and bacon, and small plates like duck confit crepe brighten up the décor. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • ThrillistPork & Pinot & Portland. A mere $30 nets you a pig dish (pork spaetzle anyone?) and some pino vinot at Park Kitchen every Sunday.

    55555 by Thrillist

  • TravelOregonChef Leather Storrs from Noble Rot in Portland says, "Scott Dolich does pickled chanterelles, which sound awful, but taste delicious."

    33333 by TravelOregon

  • Portland MonthlyTogether, Dolich and Padberg combine seasonal, yet often disparate, ingredients into blissful, rambunctious medleys that leave you with a strong desire to lick your plate.

    55555 by Portland Monthly

  • Jen S.Mon-Fri, for $10, you can get a bowl of soup and one of Park Kitchen's gorgeous salads (get the flank steak with blue cheese), plus a housemade fresh lemonade, iced tea, or soda.

    55555 by Jen S.

  • Max D.The deconstructed posole is one of the best things I've ever eaten.

    55555 by Max D.

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