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About Raven & Rose
Raven & Rose offers classic farmhouse cookery, fine cocktails, beer and wine in Portland’s historic Ladd Carriage House. The first-floor dining room features the finest, simply-prepared cuisine, rooted in American cooking and influenced by the British Isles. The atmosphere is warm and inviting with the highest level of attentive, friendly service.The second-floor vaulted hayloft space is now a classic bar and lounge furnished with leather sofas, armchairs and cocktail tables that is at once intimate and grand, with soaring open trusses and a beautiful fireplace. It provides an exclusive hideaway for sipping cocktails inspired by the building’s exuberant history, for meeting friends for a game of chess or billiards, or enjoying after-dinner drinks, coffee and dessert.
Portland, OR 97201
American, Irish, British
Hours of Operation:
Sunday | 10am – 2pm
Mon – Fri | 11:30am – 2pm
Happy Hour In the Rookery Bar | 21+
Tues – Fri | 4pm – 6pm
Dinner | In Dining Room
Tues – Sat | 5pm – 9pm
Upstairs Rookery Bar
Tues - Thurs | 4pm – 9pm
Fri | 4pm – 11pm
Saturday | 5pm – 11pm
Sun – Mon | closed
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music upstairs in the Hayloft
Traditional Irish Music EVERY Tuesday!
5:30PM – 7:30PM
Bluegrass & Folk Some Wednesdays | Please inquire
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Tyler Carson EVERY Thursday!
7:30PM – 9:30PM
FREE BILLIARDS EVERY DAY IN THE SECOND FLOOR ROOKERY BAR
Street parking is metered and generally has good availability on surrounding blocks. There is also a parking garage with spaces available to the public at standard city parking rates located directly underneath the Carriage House, and the entrance is on Jefferson Street, on the left, at the block’s mid-point.
MAX stops (3 blocks’ walk): Green/Yellow line, City Hall/SW 5th & Jefferson St
Green/Yellow line, SW 6th & Madison.
Bus stops (1 block walk): SW Columbia & SW Park Ave, buses #6, 38, 45, 55, 58, 68, 92, 96.
SW 6th & Columbia, buses #35, 36, 44, 54, 56.
Light Rail stop: SW Park & Market
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Raven & Rose Ratings and Reviews
Out for an evening at the ballet after a hectic day at work for both of us. Early dinner before performance turned out to be just the ticket to a magnificent and totally restorative night. We were expertly cared for by Joe on a very busy night at The Rose. His calm manner and superb service was greatly appreciated. Love this place now and will definitely return. Soon!
The food and drink was amazing. By far the best food I've ever ate. The rabbit was tender and flavorful. The filet of beef was tender and cooked perfectly. It was a bit busy for a Saturday at 5:30, and the bar tender was like a dozen drinks behind is the only complaint, but still worth it. I'd highly recommend it!
First time at this gem of a restaurant. Sunday brunch before a symphony matinee. We both had bean toast, which may not sound all that appealing, but it consisted of white beans on a thick slab of luscious grilled bread, accompanied by squash and a hearty trumpet (?) mushroom, with delicate greens and a poached egg on top. Our server was engaging and attentive, and the host was gracious. The pub feel was cozy. We have already declared Raven & Rose as our pre-concert meeting spot for the coming season. Plus the building is gold LEED certified, an impressive accomplishment, and makes me like this place that much more.
First, the food was excellent, the venison preparation with huckleberry sauce was fantastic. The beet salad was creative and tasty. However, the wine list is sparse and very very very overpriced. The selection is so weak with only wines that should be a fraction of the cost on it, that I will not return because of it. Also, there was a party, a bachelorette party going on in the main dining room and the staff encouraged the loud and obnoxious screams that disturbed our dinner. It's too bad because the food is excellent.
The food was not what we expected for the price. My husband and son-in-law ordered the steak and they actually thought they were accidentally served pot roast. Considering the price point...not too happy. And the $16 salad with the warm pork belly was very disappointing. Sadly, we won't be back.
The food is excellent and the menu is well thought out, if not a bit limited. The cocktails are awesome, the bar is very well run. Service was a bit below the professional level of the venue and the price point. The wine list was very limited and priced completely out of range vs the cost of the meal or entrees. The ambience was excellent. A very cute and fun space.
This is a good pre-theater dining spot. The history of the building is great, and the ambiance is awesome. The food is decent, but I'm never overly impressed. Maybe as a former GM for two celebrity chefs, I'm harder to please. The service is usually sub par though, and I never see a manager running the show. The outside expo might have been the manager, but couldn't tell for sure. Our entrees were delivered with app plates still on the table. Our server never checked in with us after entrees were dropped, and my wine glass sat empty through the entire main course. I would have ordered another glass if anyone had bothered to stop by the table, but they didn't. Overall, I would still recommend this place, but I wish they would work on their service.
We were visiting Portland from San Francisco and looking for a good restaurant near downtown, near our hotel. We especially don't like noisy restaurants, and this one came up when we searched for quiet. While it was only moderately quiet, it was certainly a good deal quieter than most restaurants, co we didn't have to shout at each other. We enjoyed our choices, including excellent lamb, a superb Caesar salad with pickled lemons, and excellent mussels in a curry sauce. The only negative was a bourbon cocktail that appeared to have no or almost no bourbon in it. I could taste the citrus flavors but not the bourbon--at all!! This restaurant lived up to CA standards of food and wine. We had a Willamette Valley pinot noir-- excellent wine!
The service here was so great. I was running late for my reservation and had to schedule a later time and Rachel was so helpful and courteous. Our server Vivian was also so energetic and funny. She made the experience 100 times better. There is fantastic team work, our water glasses were never empty and everyone helps each other. The ambiance for Brunch was very relaxed and comfortable. The Irish Coffee was delicious and I recommend the English Breakfast, their baked beans are spectacular! I'm not from Oregon but if I ever go visit again I will definitely stop by Raven & Rose.
I would say, best Cesar Salad in town, their food is sooo good, we got a really nice friendly person helping us with our food order, we had a small table, after a few minutes we asked if we can switch to a bigger one (im a pain in the back) they with happy faces said yes no problem. I would recommend this place to all of you Oregonians and visitors that love good food
I read about the Raven & Rose in Historic Preservation magazine in 2014 and resolved that if I went to Portland, I would eat dinner there. In 2017 I did. It was worth the wait and the effort. In a re-purposed and restored building, the R&R offers outstanding food and outstanding service.
The bartenders/mixologists of the rookery (upstairs bar) made the visit worthwhile. We planned to dine elsewhere and just stopped in for a drink and their attention and specialty cocktails convinced to change plans and dine at Raven & Rose. I had the rabbit - twos; my companion at the lamb. Both dishes were outstanding.
We visited prior to Portland Opera event. Used the discount and recommendation of Portland Opera. Food was top notch! Service was great! We will be back! Experience the Portland Opera if you have not yet ... and certainly make this place a part of the full package!
Cannot say enough good things about Raven & Rose! From the time we arrived until we left - after going upstairs to the beautiful bar - after dinner, everything was perfect! The staff, the surroundings and especially the food was amazing. Fine dining at it's best. Great wine list. The manager, Ruth Nelson and the chef, Dan Mancini both stopped by to see that we were happy with our experience. It was exquisite!
We sat down at 5:45 for a pre Theatre dinner. We ordered almost immediately. Our salads came quickly but our entrees didn't arrive until 6:50. We had to eat pretty quickly to make our show.
That's the bad news. I had the rabbit cooked two ways with miatake mushrooms. It was superb. That's the good news.
Despite the slow service I'd return just for the rabbit
We had a great brunch. We tried both bloody marys and were impressed. For entrrees, we had white beans on toast and shepherds pie. Both were delicious. The service was attentive and very friendly. This is an excellent restaurant that is staffed well. You should certainly go.
$17 for a very pretty cheese board. I mean six little pieces of cheese, 3 blackberries, ... you get the idea. Really pretty tho. Juke box was out of Applebees. Inside ambiance is good for business partners, boring people with too much money. Good for a date with somebody you want polite conversation with and empty sex from. Not a friendly, relaxing place to have a real conversation. Sort of depressing in there, artless, loveless, but clean. The building is so cool from the outside, makes you wonder what happened.
The place is lovely and fairly quiet, we had a great booth by the window for our party of four. Waitstaff was friendly, knowledgeable but not intrusive. Best-cooked porkloin i've ever had, and my husband had terrific venison. But the food was a little too salty for our taste (we live in San Francisco and I think they've all gone low-salt down there). The wine list was very small and the prices were outrageously high. We all opted for beer and one glass of house wine. I have to say, even being used to high-end SF restaurants, the menu prices were way above normal. Special occasion only, or Money-No-Object spenders!
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