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Tabor Tavern

American Restaurant

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brunch • burger • fish and chips • mac n cheese

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  • Photo of Meg Cotner
    a month ago
    Great pub food - the burger comes highly recommended. Summer salad is a hit! More: bit.ly/2vmesoi
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  • Photo of Ryane Pitts
    2 years ago
    Happy hour 3-5:30
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  • Photo of Sheila S
    8 months ago
    Awesome burgers and fries. Great Service. Great beer selection too. Had Tabor burger so good. Garlic parmesan fries yummy.
  • Photo of molly322014
    10 months ago
    Very cool, cozy tavern in a cool neighbourhood. Food was good, service was excellent. I enjoyed the fried chicken sliders.
  • Photo of globeseeker007
    10 months ago
    We stopped by here for lunch after visiting the statue of Paul Bunyan which is close by. The food was very good.
  • Photo of Reattig
    a year ago
    After eating a truly substantial breakfast burrito there, my 14-year-old son has decided that Tabor Tavern is his favorite Portland restaurant. For a boy that also recently experienced Coquine, Renata and other high-end restaurants in the city, that's high praise. Tabor Tavern does put out great lunch sandwiches and bodacious brunch plates. It's not a diet place, but it will leave you, like it did my son, happy and full.
  • Photo of JLDCA
    a year ago
    The menu changes often and it is always good. Inside or outside seating, the service is very friendly and reasonably fast. They always have interesting soups and the mac and cheese is excellent. I have never had a reservation here but the wait is usually short. It also is open later than most places for dinner. The one dollar scoop of sorbet is a great way to end dinner and not feel too bad about yourself.
  • Photo of Loree B
    a year ago
    Had a nice lunch here after arriving at PDX, great burger, ate outside on a beautiful day. Would eat here again
  • Photo of Rob R
    a year ago
    Was told about this place by a local we knew, we had Tabor Burger that was recommended and delicious,curry wurst along with some watermelon gazpacho which was spicy and refreshing. Also enjoyed a pineapple flavoured cider
  • Photo of Trent_Craig
    a year ago
    Tabor Tavern is a go to spot in Portland. It was our first visit to this restaurant and was recommended to us by my friends friend. From the moment we entered we were warmly greeted with a smile from all the staff. The restaurant has a warm inviting atmosphere with rustic decor complimented perfectly with modern accents. The booths are super comfortable as well. Our server Andrea was fantastic, providing great recommendations from the menu which provides a great variety to choose from. When we enquired about the house's special bacon Jam, Andrea brought us a sample, it was glorious but I'll get back to that later. Andrea's service continued to be exceedingly friendly and exceptional throughout the entire meal. Based on Andrea's recommendations I ordered the smoked gouda Mac n Cheese, my friend had the chicken pesto sandwich with the Kale cesarean side salad and we ordered a serve of pountine to share. The food came out quickly and was a good portion size. Each dish was perfectly cooked and the flavour was incredible. Their chef is a culinary genius in their pairing of ingredients which all blend together perfectly. The bacon jam pair beautifully with both the burger and my mac cheese. 5 star service 5 star food 5 star restaurant Do yourself a favour and check this place out! I will definitely return next time I'm in Portland.
  • Photo of Joe M
    a year ago
    Brought by family and enjoyed a wonderful eggs benedicts in a quaint neighborhood hangout. Our Saturday menu was not overwhelming but provided plenty of options. It's not fancy. Just good food, good service in a friendly atmosphere. Worth giving it a try
  • Photo of pdxme
    a year ago
    Tabor Tavern was a last minute decision for my party of 7. One of our members was going to be late, and the server was able to perfectly time our appetizers, drinks and entrees. The food was outstanding & they had a great wine special on happy hour.
  • Photo of Deb G
    a year ago
    We sat outside and were very comfortable. The food was sort of pub type food but with some nice options such as a lamb burger or fried chicken burger. There was a great selection of beer but I also found an enjoyable glass of wine. A comfortable restaurant for a relaxing evening ...
  • Photo of GoingThere77
    a year ago
    We walked here from our daughter's house; it's like their personal neighborhood hangout where everybody knows their name. We sat inside; the sidewalk seats looked fine, too. A casual place, typical Portland. Great menu selection, for just a bite or a hearty meal. Our choices were fish and chips (a fan favorite), and Mac & Cheese, with a side order of peas. Service, selection, price: love the Tabor Tavern.
  • Photo of Ken W
    a year ago
    This small tavern was within walkable distance from our vacation rental. The chef was competing for a James Beard Award and mixed porcini mushrooms with ground beef for a delicious burger. There were also plenty of craft beers on tap. Great place to chill with a beer and some good food! It isn't fancy, but the service was great.
  • Photo of Annie A
    a year ago
    First visit for me but the family I came with live in the vicinity and eat here fairly often I think. I had a burger, cooked to perfection with really good fries. One of my companions had a huge piece of fish that he inhaled. He said it was haddock. It must have been pretty good. The server was very good. All in all, an excellent lunch experience. I will probably go back when I can.
  • Photo of Kathy B
    a year ago
    The brussel sprouts appetizer is really good as is the fish and fries. They also have an interesting beer selection. The reason for very good instead of excellent is because the parking lot is small you have to drive around until you find a spot along the road. And the tables are very close, not the place to go to have a personal conversation. Great neighborhood homey feel.
  • Photo of arwrtawel
    2 years ago
    Ok,, cool pub, great beers, love the lighting- un-fussy ambiance. I have eaten a few dishes here,, beet salad is ace, burgers,, YES,,, and their fish and chips as you will see by the photo is very good. My only gripe- which is nothing really is that the pub likes to garnish with lemon zest and not a wedge of lemon,,, simply ask for a wedge,,, you even get malt vinegar to go with their hand cut chips!
  • Photo of Tony B
    2 years ago
    Tabor Tavern has a wonderful communal setting, good food choices and impressive tap list. This is one of our favorite neighborhood choices for brunch/lunch. Great for couple and friends.
  • Photo of wayflos
    2 years ago
    We enjoyed a midweek lunch here while in Portland, we will be back. We each had a glass of wine with the salmon burger, lentil soup and roasted beet salad, they were delicious. The service was special, how often have you been in a tavern recently, where the bartender was polishing the glasses after they came out of the dishwasher? We loved this place!
  • Photo of deborah c
    2 years ago
    This is a popular neighborhood restaurant with wait staff who know their stuff and a nice variety of food and drink. The fish and chips is a local favorite, I enjoyed one of their specialty salads and my husband was disappointed because he wanted a grilled cheese sandwich and they wouldn't make him one. Really? At least ask the cook or chef, or whoever is behind the grill. You can see where I'm going. I personally didn't love their options for local brews, but if you are an IPA person, you'll have plenty of choices. We were there twice, enjoying the casual atmosphere. Better to have an adventurous appetite.
  • Photo of FraserLocal
    2 years ago
    We only went for happy hour and somehow this place was still the best meal I had in Portland. With so much pretension about food and coming off like a hipster in this city at least this restaurant delivered exactly what they said they would and it was awesome. The waitress was a lovely sweet girl. We got 4 cocktails and 5 appetizers and it came out to only $30 and it was MORE then enough food for 3 people at an early dinner. The drinks were strong, well made and aptly garnished ( we got a Ginger Snap, a Cuke Hand Luke, and a good ole Rum N Coke). The Kale salad was dressed lovely, the fish and chips was crisp and well seasoned the fries were well made and the malt sauce to go with was delish ( we had to get a second order) and the handmade soft pretzel was very clearly handmade and delicious as well ( good grainy mustard!), which I appreciated. This place was great. Forget the hipster/foodie thing everywhere else and go here to get a meal that actually tastes great and is made well!

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