Portland Craft features locally sourced offerings inspired by the Portland food scene, paired with the best brews Oregon has to offer.
Went on a weeknight and surprised how busy it was. The entire downstairs was full by 7pm and they don't open the upstairs except for the busier Fri and Sat. Menu is divided by price points, under $5, under $10 etc. Tried: Hazelnuts - very good with a sweet coating, cheese/meat plate - not bad but a bit on the expensive side at $18, chicken and waffes - not really that great, the chicken was over cooked and just didn't like the maple syrup and gravy combo, pork belly - more like deep fried thick cut bacon, potato and pork was too salty, lava cake - chocolate didn't ooze out and ice creem was spearmint flavor and just didn't match. Overall food was so so. They do have a good selection of Oregon beer on tap and service was very good. Nice place to hang out and have some drinks and maybe stick to the basics on the menu.
Went twice, once with my daughters. food was great especially the Chicken and waffles, arugula salad and Pork belly. Great flavours, nicely prepared.Excellent beer selection. Returned two weeks later at opening time with my son.Chicken way overcooked, Pork belly tasted deep fried. Fries okay. Nothing that would make me want to return. Out of the beer I wanted, that happens no big thing. Still a very good selection. Service both times very friendly.