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Clyde Common
European Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 11:45 pm
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1014 SW Stark St Portland, OR 97205
1014 Southwest Stark StreetUSOregonPortland97205
$$European Restaurant, BarToday 11:30 am – 11:45 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
"Try enjoying a cocktail here and then going to your next destination."
"Nice yuppie bar downtown that isn't stand-offish to the non-yupster."
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A Google User
a month ago
Underwhelmed and over priced. Went to Clyde Common with a group of 6+ and ordered about 8 dishes to share. we had to order 3 more because there was not enough food and we are not large eaters. Very noisy hard to hear each other unless next to the person and the place did not look busy. Overall the food was good. Disappointments included the lamb 3 ways which had sweet breads that where under-seasoned and over-cooked (chewy like rubber) and the salmon which was cooked well but fishy. Mackerel was appropriately fishy but accompanying vegetables were under-seasoned and overwhelmed. Service was OK, ordered a gin and tonic and then was asked a few minutes later if I wanted the house made tonic rather than the "commercial" tonic. I said, "yes" then waited for 20 minutes. After flagging down the waiter was told by they were out of the tonic so they did not serve it. needless to say I finally got my drink towards the end of the meal. Final bill included a "wellness charge" of 3% which the waiter said was a tax for Obama Care making their employer pay for their health insurance. I guess in an alternate Fox news based reality you could consider it a "tax" but in reality it is a surcharge and should be included in the cost of the food although then diners might think they are paying a high premium for good rather than great food and service.
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A Google User
a month ago
Good food. The feasts are large dishes great for a free people. The appetizers and smaller plates are great to share. Will definitely head back there again.
A Google User
10 months ago
Spicy popcorn, pickled eggs, smoked mussels and perfectly mixed cocktails? Best happy hour in town! Try enjoying a cocktail here and then going to your next destination... you will be disappointed... and then go back to Clyde Commons! Wait staff rocks, excellent location.
A Google User
11 months ago
If you want to sit outside, make sure you say "yes" when they ask if you're "having dinner." Two of us stopped by at about 6pm to have some drinks and food. We asked for a table outside, as it was a nice evening and we'd seen a couple of empty tables outside. The hostess asked if we were here for dinner. Having not seen the menu, we weren't sure, but I said we were going to have some drinks and would probably get some food. She said that we were welcome to sit at the bar, but the tables were for people "having dinner." I replied that we would probably get some food, but she insisted that people "just having drinks and snacks" could only sit at the bar. We retreated to look at the menu, and after a few minutes decided that we could eat "dinner" here. But by then the remaining outside tables had been taken, so we were forced to sit at the bar anyway. For the record, it turns out that there are separate "snacks" and "starters" sections, and we planned to try a few starters and did. We just weren't sure what the criteria for "having dinner" is, and by the time we'd had time to consider a proper answer, we were out of luck. In my opinion, if I'm spending $50 or more, it shouldn't matter what you label it. Especially at 6pm. The cocktail menu was unoriginal, and the cocktails we ordered overly sweet. If there's a secret menu for the more inventive stuff, we weren't made aware of it.
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A Google User
2 months ago
The drinks, as per usual, were amazing! The food was phenomenal! However, the service was god awful. I was embarrassed that I suggested my boyfriend and I go on a date here. Sitting at the bar is the best- I recommend little interaction with the waitstaff.
A Google User
2 weeks ago
Good mix of small plates. The Tuna was delicious, as was the cheese. Shared seating, a fairly crowded dining area, and fairly pricy, but good food.
A Google User
3 months ago
Tiny, tapas portions, overpriced, loud. Server wouldn't accommodate my request for separate checks for alcohol, due to work trip. Save your money, go somewhere else of your hungry.
A Google User
a year 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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