Portland >Three Degrees Restaurant & Bar
A favorite place of mine for happy hour. $5 burger, $3 sweet potato fries and $4 glass of wine. Sipping wine on the rocking chairs lined up on the beautiful porch. Or seated indoors on cushy chairs, both overlook the waterfront. It's lovely and the food is tasty.
Nice deck, not notabler otherwise.
My Husband and I were lured to Three Degrees for the happy hour menu. I thought I had read that they had $3 martinis but actually it's $3 drafts and house wine. The portions for happy hour were large but there was no ambiance to the place. I could see it being good for the cheap prices but this isn't what I would consider a remarkable or special place.
p.s. after we left this lackluster place we finished out the happy hour at Andina and LOVED everything about it!
Great lunch spot!. Lunch is a great way to sample a restaurant's fare without the financial commitment. I ordered the roast beef sandwich and went to heaven. The roast beef was thin sliced, with a hint of crispiness around the edges. It was served with a brilliant au jus, delicious french fried potatoes, and a kosher pickle. The service was prompt and courteous and the view from the main dining room was nice too. This is a great spot, just be prepared to spend some time looking for parking.
Best place in town ever!!!!!!!!. Great view, friendly staff and great service. By far this place has some of the best drinks in town from their petty grove pear to their starry night even the market street mud pie was wonderful. But i must say if you like cool martinis you must go here there is always something new to try. I even liked the ever changing micro tap handle because you never know whats new. The bar manager told me himself that he never knows from week to week what the rotator will be. Because he is always trying new beers out from all over the world and puts whats new or old but just plain good on tap. So that in it's self gives a reason to come back for more.
Great Atmosphere / New Menu leaves bad taste.
This is one of the best kept secrets in Portland for location. The hotel is where we book our out
of town business travelers. The bar is wonderful. The patio / porch seating on a cool summer
evening is the best.
But the new menu in the 3 Degree tries way too hard to impress. I recently dined there
and ordered the Filet because it is the only thing I could easily recognize on the menu.
Menu has been the same last 2 times I have been there, and there is little to choose from.
Quit trying so hard on the presentation/description and get back to serving good food.
Pretenious. They have a new menu that is trying to hard. The selections are limited and the descriptions are so pretentious. I should not need a dictionary to identify what I am going to eat. I really liked this place and it is sad to see the changes that have happened. The bar service was fabulous as always but the dinner service was less than desirable. We use to recommend this restaurant to out of town guests that are staying at the Riverplace Hotel but now we will be recommending another restaurant.
Good and Bad.
I've been there twice and the first time i had a great expierance. I went with my husband during happy hour and ordered the onion rings and the chicken sandwich. They were big portions and they were only 3 dollars each! They were very tasty too. The restaurant is in a beautiful location with a fabulous view of the river. There is a patio outside which is great on sunny days. The decor inside is chic and attractive as well as most people that dine there. I did not have any problems with the service either, that is, the 1st time i went. The second time i went was in July in 2006. I took a friend from Cali that was visiting and i was so embarrased! We went to the bar and had the absoulute worst service ever! We ordered our drinks at the bar which took forever to be served and then we were never approached after that. We waited and waited. None of the bar tenders acknowledged us what so ever or even tried making eye contact with us.
We were so disgusted and after waiting for so long without anyone approaching us we finally gave up waiting, got up and left. Needless to say i was so apauled and insulted, especially after all the good things i had said about this place to my friend prior to us getting there.
i am hoping that that was just a fluke although, from reading some of the other reviews, I wonder. Never the less i will give this place one more shot. If i have even the slightest problem i will never go back and i will advise anyone i know not to dine there.
One of the most romantic restaurants in Portland. This is one of my favorite restaurants in Portland! It is so romantic and has a wonderful atmosphere. All of the food is absolutely incredible, from the bread and butter to the extensive wine list to the lobster bisque to the perfect steak. From almost all of the seats you have a great view of the beautiful Portland river and it is quiet enough to have a nice chat with a loved one.
Valet Parking!. I work in the area and go to Three Degrees for happy hour often, they have a wonderful menu to choose from as well as a very friendly staff. Sometimes the service can be slow but the servers are very nice and professional. The view isnt half bad either, that combined with the free parking with valet, its a great place to visit!
Fish and chips with frozen uncooked center!!.
I took a client to lunch here on a nice sunny day in early summer. We were looking for a good place for lunch that was outside by the river. Three Degrees has a beautiful patio so we decided to dine there. I ordered fish and chips and when it arrived and I took the first bite of what looked like a crispy fish I was suprised by a cold frozen center, being in a business meeting I couldn't quite put my napkin up to my mouth but was left to worry about getting sick the rest of the afternoon.
I brought the fish that now that I had cut into it I noticed had a grey center (uncooked fish) to the attention of the waiter who promptly touted that he would take care of it. 30 minutes later I was brought a new fish and chips by the manager who joked., "this one should be cooked." My response, "well I sure hope so."
Prime riverfront hotel's restaurant pleases with classic Northwestern fare and delicious signature cocktails..
RiverPlace Hotel's restaurant and bar has a waterfront location and sleek, eclectic decor, drawing a more mature crowd rather than downtown's usual suspects. During summer months, outdoor seating on the boardwalk offers fabulous views of cavorting RiverPlace locals. The tried-and-true Pacific Northwest-bistro fare includes grilled onion-and-beet salad and tender, grilled sirloin steak. For dessert, there's the house-made ice cream in flavors like cinnamon and basil.
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