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Jackrabbit is a new American restaurant in Portland.
830 SW 6th Avenue
Portland, OR 97204
Hours of Operation:
MON - FRI: 7AM - 10AM
SAT & SUN: 8AM - 11AM
EVERY DAY: 11:30AM - 2PM
MON - FRI: 2PM - 5PM
SUN - THURS: 5PM - 10PM
FRI & SAT: 5PM - 11PM
SUN - THURS: 10PM - 11PM
FRI & SAT: 11PM - 12AM
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
On SW Taylor Street, between 5th & 6th Avenues, inside the Hilton Executive.
Located a half block from Pioneer Square and the MAX.
Private Party Facilities:
We have 3 private dining rooms, 2 of which can be combined to accommodate up to 16 guests, and 1 hosting up to 6 guests for more intimate dining experience. Parties of 16 or more can be arranged in our main dining area which can be reserved for semi-private events for various occasions.
Private Party Contact:
Eunji Hong: (855) 497-0720
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Jackrabbit Ratings and Reviews
When we realized Jackrabbit was located within a Hilton Hotel we were expecting a typical hotel-style menu. But Jackrabbit's menu turned out to be interesting and creative and our shared lunch was wonderful -- cauliflower first poached in duck fat and then grilled, and a lovely Nicoise salad with ultra-fresh tuna. Our server was first class and after lunch showed the highlights of the remodeled space, which includes a couple of private dining spaces.
The service was outstanding. Our waitress was very attentive. The food was really excellent too. Prices were a little high for what you receive. For example, breakfast sandwich was 11-12 dollars and all it is is an English muffin with eggs, bacon and cheese. No sides. Probably not worth that much, you can get a better breakfast sandwich for less at other places in Portland. However, their cocktails were delicious and the oysters were incredible.
Going to Portland for a professional conference, I decided to find a special restaurant to enjoy on my last evening there. I was not disappointed! The menu had ample choices, variety, and flavors for anyone. While we had some dietary restrictions, the wait staff was incredibly helpful, checking with the chef to ensure we would be avoiding our known allergens. We did eye the the roasted pig head (too much for the two of us to eat) and we settled on the Manila clams, "hot mess" (pig's feet, fois gras, rhubarb sauce), duck fat cauliflower, broccolini with prosciutto vinaigrette, and endive/pear salad with hazelnuts. To finish we had some delicious digestively satisfying mint tea. The dining room and adjacent bar and living room style lounge overlook the 6th Street light rail trains, which were barely audible inside.
We ordered the Pinbone steak Black & Blue, it came to our table so over cooked it was like eating a baseball glove. The waitress was pretending it wasn't over cooked. I told the manager about the food and he promptly took it away and had a new one brought to the table. My issue was the manager James didn't even come back to see if the 2nd steak was okay. He would walk by our table and not even acknowledge our table. Last but not least the 2nd steak was better but they changed the sides to something from the first over cooked steak. The dessert was great, but overall a horrible experience.
We were excited to try this restaurant, but ultimately left a bit disappointed. We had hoped to try the lunch menu but apparently they serve brunch on Saturday afternoons, and most of the brunch items are more breakfast than lunch in nature. It wasn't a busy time and there were a ton of staff, but service was painfully slow. It look close to 15 minutes for some to even take our order, then our food came out around 25 minutes after that. My pasta was overcooked and clumped together - nothing special. Everything on the menu was reasonably priced, but in my opinion the taste didn't live up to expectations. With so many other good looking restaurants in the city, I won't be back here.
Jackrabbit is fantastic. Four of us shared the Pin Bone, which was a feast of three types of steak, some veggies and dipping sauces, served magnificently on a board. Delicious! We also had the cauliflower roasted in duck fat, tasty. Not to mention some nice cocktails. Great service, and the room is lovely--take some time to look around at the bunny collection.
Every time I go in, I find a rabbit hidden somewhere I didn't see the previous time! The wait staff is amazing. Very attentive but not instructive. They are also extremely knowledgeable about the menu. I've asked for wine recommendations with my meals and they have always been spot-on and can speak to the grapes, region grown, etc. The bar is fun late night to enjoy their inventive cocktails. I once tried a cocktail with beet juice in it (I never would have gone for that) because the bartender talked me into it.....It was amazing and one of my favorites! And, of course, the food is delicious and such a fun menu to sample. You can easily do a bunch of smaller plates for the table or do the traditional entree ordering and be very satisfied. You can't go wrong ordering whatever the special of the day is. Perfect place to go before or after (they have a late night menu) a show at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall which is an easy block or two walk away. I met the chef he is especially excited about the new brunch menu (I haven't been for brunch...yet!) so just go ahead and book a table with them already!
Was in PDX for a conference and was looking for somewhere exciting to eat and found a C Consentino restaurant- jackrabbits. My mouth watered when I read the menu items and later convinced my colleagues to join me.
We walked a few blocks and first thing I noticed was the amazing bar that blends into the adjacent hotel.
For appetizer ordered the beef heart tartar, pig ears and endive salad (the later was for the less adventurous folks with me ;-).
Tartar was excellent- was expecting it to be more minerally but it was just like regular tartar.
The pig ears were perfect. Thought they would be too chewy but not at all. Spritzed a bit of lime and they were perfect.
Dinner had the blood sausage with osysters and duck egg. The blood sausage was well done but had a bit of a floral taste to it that I wasn't to excited about. It wasn't bad just had have better. Shared it with the cauliflower and those were excellent.
My guest had the halibut and pappardella. Both commented that they loved their meal.
Glad I was able to find this place and if I'm ever in the Portland area again, would definitely come back.
Jackrabbit hit every expectation we were wanting. The staff right off the bat was accommodating and friendly. Tonya was our server and she was a blast!! The food selection is for the adventurous eater but so tasty! We had the Beef Heart Tartar, Bertha chicken and of course the pigs head! Definitely coming back to try the rest of the menu.
We found this place while looking for something to eat on one the nights we had nothing planned on our trip to Portland. We were so happy to have stumbled across this new spot. My favorite ingredients include offal and this menu includes plenty of it, and it's all done perfectly. The hams from around the world is a must and so is the hot mess. Have the staff choose a bottle of wine to pair with your meal. We had a good mix of items that we shared and what they chose worked well with everything. The chocolate ganache for dessert with the bone marrow was pretty amazing, too.
Beautiful space, ambiance was good but loud, some of the tables are very close to each other, an it was hard to hearothers in our party were saying at times. Interesting menu, some interesting options but limitations as well. They had large platters, like a whole rabbit, it was hard to get 4 people all on board for rabbit, so we ordered a lot to give the options of try lots of things which was fine but ended up being expensive for what it was. The beef heart tare tare was good, rabbit was good, hamburger was good, but nothing was amazing. They also did not provide a bread basket which would have been nice with the rabbit to mop up the juices. The wine list was great but it was hard to find a price point that all were happy with. There should be more options in the $40-$60 range, the list went from $41 to $77 to a bunch of excellent bottles the $90 range, all fabulous choices but not everyone was happy spending that much. The service was very good, our server was great. The sommelier seemed annoyed, and stuffy, not the normal Portland vibe. All and all good new interesting meat restaurant in Portland.
This place had a lot of hype and we were excited about coming here. It's a restaurant out of San Francisco I think but hey are not up to Portland standards. Wine list very weak. No splits on sparkling and poor selection by the glass. The rabbit was solid but for $68? Had to be memorable which it was not Oysters were excellent as were desserts. They have menu items like pigs head which I might go back for but there are so many other better places and superior value. In short, overpriced and ok food and weak wine list which like the rest of the place is overpriced
We had an amazing brunch at Jackrabbit. We split the Dunaway sandwich and arugula salad... and we also had a side of bacon. The food was outstanding. The sandwich came on a house-made English muffin and the bacon is house-cured. Delicious!! The menu was filled breakfast staples with an interesting twist. I will be back to try more!
Service was great and when we said we were in a hurry the food came quickly and the check was dropped off promptly.
I would not be surprised if this became the new favorite Portland breakfast place!
I was in Portland on a shirt getaway. I had the European style continental breakfast a well as dinner that evening. The staff is especially friendly and attentive and the food is delicious and beautifully presented. Favorite parts of breakfast included the house-made marmalade and tureen. I enjoyed the "Hot Mess" plate of foie gras and pig's feet (the meat is off the bone, don't worry) with a side of cauliflower. Definitely worth checking out...
We had an AMAZING experience at Jackrabbit. The ambience was country meets modern, and the service was excellent. They have $25 bottomless bellinis with four flavors: passionfruit, pear, strawberry, and mango. They were all delicious!
It seems like they're mainly known for their dinner but we went for brunch. The chicken and waffle dish was great as was the trout. Overall, we had a great experience and would love to come back when we are in town.
Came for Easter from Seattle and Boston , loved the food, the acoustics were amazing even with a full house my sister and I were able to converse at a normal volume. Christy was very helpful when she saw that we were not getting waited on she came right over and took care of us, also saw her interact with other patrons not in her section, a gem for the restaurant..We will recommend this to others heading to Portland.
Had the potential to be amazing, but fell short. Nice cocktails, good apps. The mains (pin bone and rabbit) both fell well short of expectations. The beef was cold, the rabbit overcooked, both dishes under seasoned. I would like to give them a try again in the future after they work the kinks out. For the price being charged, fell short of expectations.
Great menu. Diverse mix of meats, vegetables, starters and sides. Everything on the menu looked good and we were happy with the pork belly/crab and the mixed grille. Fun vibe and great service. Would have been nice to have had Head Chef Chris Cosentino around as it is still the 1st month, but oh well. Still highly recommend.
Few times have I enjoyed a new restaurant this much, normally there's some issue during a soft opening well not this time. Curtis our server had mastered the menu down to the seasonings used. He even weaved a bit of Portland history into his creative description on the menu, what a treat to have this level of service. With his recommendation three of us moved from a more traditional steak to a shared PIN Steak that was not just impressive that every table was looking our way as it was served off the bone on a carving board presentation that was fit for a table in the Game of Thrones. I can't wait to go back!
We went there to celebrate my birthday. The ambiance was great and the decor very beautiful. We shared the batteau, pig ears, meat in a can, and each ordered a cocktail. The food was tasty, but the cocktails were pretty small. You can even bring the can with their label home (from the meat in a can)! We enjoyed the dinner very much!
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