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Clyde Common
Today 11:30AM–11:45PM
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1014 SW Stark St Portland, OR 97205
1014 Southwest Stark StreetUSOregonPortland97205
$$Restaurant, Bar
European Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–11:45PM
Tuesday 11:30AM–11:45PMWednesday 11:30AM–11:45PMThursday 11:30AM–11:45PMFriday 11:30AM–12:45AMSaturday 10AM–12:45AMSunday 10AM–10:45PMMonday 11:30AM–11:45PM
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Trendsetting tavern with communal tables downstairs, known for handcrafted cocktails & local fare.- Google
"The Tomato salad was amazing, but the Salmon wasn't very flavorful."
"Apparently this grandma dates Jeffrey Morgenthaler for craft cocktail recipes."
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Mark Johansen
in the last week
Really wasn't impressed by the food. This place has enjoyed it's days in the sun, and their quality standards have gone down. I went because I was recommended to dry a burger. The bread was dry, the meat was fine, there wasn't much toppings, it was underwhelming. We ordered a few dishes and the fried pork roll and the salad was nice. My wife and I had a $40 happy hour check and we both left dissatisfied and hungry(and we aren't big eaters either.).
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Heather Skeehan
2 months ago
Excellent cocktails to tide you over while you wait for a table. I always love when they can get me at a table upstarts so I can watch the tables below and the kitchen. The food is always delicious. Some of the best fries in town.
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Turbo Majumder
a week ago
Decent food, but not really exceptional. It's one of the better brunch places in Portland that doesn't get too crowded on weekend mornings. They're also open late!
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Pete Shieh
2 months ago
Coming from LA, the best way I can describe this restaurant is if this place was owned by 3 grandmas. You have your Pilipino Grandma who loves to cook and eat. She would always welcome you with open arms. You would never go hungry. Ever. She would have deep flavors in her home cooking and make sure you try her lumpia and crispy pata. Well, not her Pata but the Pata that Chef Carlo makes. You have your American-ish Grandma who came from the south. Rabbits and dirty grits sounds like something you ran over with your Chevy. But then once in awhile, Grandpa comes back with Octopus, Scallops, and Halibut to balance out the meal. Then you have your Drunk-Ass Grandma. Yes, who loves happy hour here from 3-6 and who apparently pretty much owns this place because the drink menu is WAY larger than that of the food menu. Apparently this grandma dates Jeffrey Morgenthaler for craft cocktail recipes. The decor is rustic, lots of wood finishes. Totally love the comfort feel. There is an upstairs dining area in case you've never seen it. Good for semi large groups. I will be back again the next time I'm in town!
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Krystal Cummings
a week ago
Food and drinks were a 4, but it is a LOUD bar, so we're knocking off a star for noise. Got the fries and meatballs at happy hour. Fries were amazing, meatballs not fully warm and not enough salt. Drinks were good.
Joel Alvarez
a month ago
It actually hurts to write a bad review especially for such a beautiful restaurant with unlimited potential, but the service at the bar today at around 2:30 was disgusting.Not only did i feel judged or discriminated/isolated but the bartender was rude for some apparent reason not sure if it was my blazer, or the fact that when he asked me to show my id it said texas or my biracial background. honestly im not sure why i was treated so poorly, within 3 min of ordering i got hit with the receipt to pay...and i ordered food which wasn't even in my sight! not to mention no communication or warmth welcome as i walked in. In the bar i was literally the only one with a receipt to pay in a glass cup..clearly he wanted me to go for some apparent reason that i wasn't aware of; when the food came back i felt to isolated and judged or discriminated against to even eat it. I asked him if he wanted me to pay now due to the fact that my payout receipt was in front of me before my food was even out, my goal was to keep ordering!! i paid for the food that i didn't eat and gave him a 50%+ tip but only because i didn't know how i was being discriminated and i wanted to teach him a lesson...i was literally the only one with a tab to pay in front of my eyes with no a bar owner i know that this is not the ethics. not to mention i was the only one at the bar with a tab in-front......another reason why i would give this 1 star is because of the way the employee handle himself he served 3 employees drinks (free) before he even served me so another thing is that whoever the owner is make sure to follow up on the alcohol because at 3-4 drinks were served to employees while on the floor...i guess giving away free alcohol is more important than serving those who want to just shocked at how i was treated...first day in Portland and this is what originally from new york city and moved here for new venture and was totally not expecting this horrid so shocked its unbelievable.....oh and then he ran out and said sir do you want your food (being nice) maybe because i left him a big tip just to show him that everyone should be treated fair and equal....he was rude and giving away the whole bar to the staff!! Unanswered questions why was i the only one with a tab in my face before the food even arrived or my drink was made??? why were you being rude when all i ask was "do you want me to pay now (thinking it was the end of his shift which i would've understand) i mean i was just trying to figure out why you offered me to pay up before anything was made....its just improper i will never come here ever and make sure those who are in my circle know this is not a repetitive thing. Suggestions: Stay away from the bar unless is a different guy than from the 2:30pm shift on tuesday! 1/5/16 please to management make sure all your employees are being nice and polite and have a sense of diversity because clearly this was personal for some reason.... this is literally my first one star review....i never like to give 1 star reviews but this was beyond horrible!!!
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Jeremy Mulcahy-Hill
2 months ago
Good stop before a night on the town. Good food at a not so great price, but you pay for convience I guess. Very hipsteresque feel to the place, we got some interesting looks as we took our seats. Portland so weird and sometimes so unaccepting.
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Collin Stoll
7 months 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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