Produce Row Cafe, Buckman

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PORTLAND | Produce Row Cafe Portland is an institution, having been in operation for over 40 years. When it was announced that the venue was going to be closing in late September 2014, people were shocked but thankfully owner Alan Davis (who closed the venue for personal rather than financial reasons) was able to find someone to purchase the venue who he trusted would operate it correctly. The new owners, Josh Johnston and James Hall reopened Produce Row in May 2015, having taken on board much feedback from former customers and those close to the restaurant and today it’s better than ever.

The main attraction here is the craft beer list – the tap and bottle list is amongst the city’s best and the fact that there’s a spacious beer garden out the back doesn’t hurt either. On the 24 taps you’ll find beers from Oregon and other states, including some hard to find brews from breweries such as Russian River, Barley Brown’s, Crux and Dogfish Head. Produce Row’s boilermakers also feature – that is considered whisky and beer pairings. The food is casual gastropub fare, with a focus on high quality, local produce, simple items, customer favourites and American comfort food.

Produce Row Cafe

204 SE Oak Street
Portland
Oregon 97214
United States

Telephone: 503 232 8355
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.producerowcafe.com/

Open
Mon – Sun: 11:00am to late

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