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Clyde Common
European Restaurant$$
Today 10:00 am – 10:45 pm
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1014 SW Stark St Portland, OR 97205
1014 SW Stark StUSORPortland97205
$$European RestaurantToday 10:00 am – 10:45 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 11:45 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 11:45 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 11:45 pmThursday 11:30 am – 11:45 pmFriday 11:30 am – 12:45 amSaturday 10:00 am – 12:45 amSunday 10:00 am – 10:45 pm
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Trendsetting tavern with communal tables downstairs, known for handcrafted cocktails & local fare.- Google
People talk about communal tables, barrel aged, open kitchen, popcorn and jeffrey morgenthaler
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Mark Whitmer
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Elaborate pouring techniques, housemade bitters… it all amounts to smoke and mirrors if a bar can't execute a classic drink properly. And a classic drink's an important thing. Look up Jeffrey Morgenthaler and you'll see why Clyde Common is something you should explore further. The butter roasted halibut was one of the best I've ever had, cooked perfectly, and bursting with flavors that were delightfully original. Other plates that passed by looked equally enticing. Service was fast, staff very attentive. Sit at the bar for a unique experience or at a communal table... Either way, just get there and enjoy yourself.
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Tim Buller
reviewed 2 weeks ago
The communal tables are a little different. The happy hour bites are fun. Great drinks.
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Gene Johnson
reviewed 7 months ago
Clyde Common has occupied the Ace Hotel block for several years and remains the block's primary culinary attraction. Conveniently connected to the Ace Hotel lobby (and Stumptown) it is easy to find from within or without hotel. It draws its excellent reputation from the unique European-style fare and top-notch bar which is managed separately to maximize expertise. I once had a 15-year Pappy Van Winkle there and remain in awe to this day. Bring the friends to the communal seating tables but take a date to the more private section upstairs and be on top of the world. Clyde Common is where I learned french fries go better with Harissa than ketchup. Who knew?
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Mathew Gauvin
reviewed a month ago
The staff were fun and the food was nice. I enjoyed their happy hour and drink specials. There weren't many vegan options, but there were quite a few vegetarian ones. If you're going out for happy hour and snacks downtown, this isn't a bad spot.
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Alex Laughnan
reviewed 5 months ago
Expensive yet trendy. This place is a great eatery for some incredible drinks and good food. Get a cocktail. Meet a friend. Have a laugh.
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Kristina Kern
reviewed 11 months ago
I love Clyde Common. They make worthy drinks and even more worthy food. The menu changes, so make it a point to visit often to find your new favorite. I had their mushroom, squab pot pie. I still think of it today. Flavorful mushrooms and squab gifted under a buttery crust. And how can I forget that squab claw sticking out of the pie. The claw was alarming and disarming at the same time. Simply put: go here!


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