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About RingSide Fish House - Fox Tower
A contemporary Northwest fish house with a modern accent. Expect the finest service as experienced servers guide you through the menu. The RingSide Fish House is the sibling of the Iconic RingSide SteakHouse and is honored to be chosen as one of Tom Horan's Top Ten Fish Houses in North America. The menu sources only the freshest seafood from local fish mongers and oysterman - but still has steaks and our "Famous Onion Rings"for those who want the classic RingSide experience.
Portland, OR 97205
Seafood, Northwest, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 11:00pm
Friday: 11:30am - 11:00am
Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00am
Sunday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
A perfect stop before the Theater, whether it be on the Big Screen or on the Stage. We have live music in the lounge on Friday and Saturday nights. Many diners find the ambiance of the restaurant overlooking Director Park as entertainment in itself.
Complimentary Self-Parking is available in the Fox Tower Garage validated with the purchases of entrees. On-street parking is also available at posted rates.
Located adjacent to the Pioneer Square MAX Station.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Park Avenue Room is a private room that can accommodate up to 32 guests for meetings, parties, receptions or a sit down lunch or dinner.
RingSide Fish House - Fox Tower Ratings and Reviews
Great food, menu, service and ambiance.
The staff, from hostess to all wait people, are professional, knowledgable, pleasant and helpful.
My wife and I have eaten here a few times and every time we do we are delighted.
It is fairly high prices and, in this case, I believe you get your money's worth.
It was our 40th Anniversary and we were going on to a concert. We ordered and things seemed a bit slow. Server was very attentive but when we finally got our entree the lobster was raw. Steep price for raw lobster.
No real apologies when we left and I had brought it to the servers attention.
The food was good but also very expensive. The wait time between courses was quit long and the waiter seemed to disappear a lot. My King salmon did not seem fresh. My wife's Pappardelle pasta that had prime rib in a demiglaze was very good by far better than any of the fish dishes. If I came back I would order the Pappardelle . WE were celibrating several birthdays and they did bring us fresh donuts that also were really good. All in all a pleasent time.
I was in Portland on business travel and had had long day...and this was my first time dining at RingSide Fish House. From the front door to being seated, ordering and being served my delicious meal, the staff made me feel comfortable and welcome. It was just what I was seeking and I truely enjoyed the entire experience.
Well, I was disappointed, overall. Service was slow, waiter was good but back up staff you could not find. Eye for detail was not there. My bread plate was gone for most of the meal until I flagged someone to give me one, otherwise my bread just sat on the table cloth. Food ok, the Octopus was over cooked and dry. Just didn't measure up. I would recommend in the future Jakes for guests wishing seafood. I wish them well though, for I just love and continue to love the standard of the Ringside on E. Burnside. Consistent for years and years.
One of the best service experiences I've had in a while! Knowledgeable and confident about options and specials without being pushy or arrogant. Cocktails were well balanced and fresh. Fish selection and preparation was on point. Would definitely come back!
Nancy was absolutely amazing!! We stopped here for dining shortly after arriving in Portland, boy, are we are glad we did!! She listened to what we had in mind for dinner and made realistic recommendations for us. Food was delicious, it's pricey, but you get what you pay for! Quality, fresh seafood! We'll be back!
Had a tremendous Father's Day dinner with my family. Perfectly executed cocktails and food -- we were raving about each and every drink and dish; from our initial oysters on the half shell through the appetizers to the mains and dessert. Flawless service too. So very looking forward to our next visit!
Best lunch ever!! Had the special of salmon tacos, which were the best I have ever had anywhere! Friend had the fish and chips which are alway great, but those tacos: wow! Unbelievable!! The 'Glass' martini was super as well. The only place I will have one.
We go to Ringside Fish House weekly, because it is consistent in quality of food, service, and a very welcoming hostess. Management is always on the floor making sure everyone is happy. Couldn't ask for a better place to eat, dine, and drink. Will try Happy Hour again soon, as it is always great any day of the week.
This was our first time dining at the Ringside Fish House, and we had a wonderful time. It's actually hard to find a great place downtown that you can recommend to visitors, but this one now has made the top of our list. Wonderful food, excellent service, and an amazing location. We look forward to our next visit there.
We enjoyed our dining experience at Ringside Fish House. We viewed both the pre theater menu and also the regular menu, and as we thought that we had allowed plenty of time for dining, we decided to go with the regular menu and our food was very good. Service was excellent. We have decided that the next time we dine there, we will allow extra time so that we might enjoy dessert also. O
This is a fine fish restaurant located in a very attractive downtown location. We were generally pleased with all of our dishes although the salmon (described as medium rare by the waiter) arrived well done. The waiter immediately took it back to the kitchen with apologies and returned within a couple of minutes with a perfectly cooked piece of fish. We were very happy!
After ordering my salmon medium well, the "chef" decided that he would cook it the way he wanted ... not as the customer ordered. The salmon was rare, basically inedible for a customer who likes his fish cooked through. The lobster soup was great. My wife's dinner was great. The dessert was great. But when a customer orders fish cooked through, then cook the damn thing through!!!
Excellent dinner. Oysters were fresh, onion rings excellent (a must), and appetizers were abundant, tasty, and fresh. The main courses were creative but my scallops were a bit on the greasy side. The wines are good but on the expensive side.
The atmosphere was good but the room (fully occupied) a bit noisy. The service was excellent but a bit slow due to the full attendance.
This restaurant is well located in downtown Portland. You can park at the car Park and have your ticket validated by the restaurant.
Outstanding service - we waited for our food just a little longer than expected and a complimentary glass of wine appeared. The tuna poke appetizer was as good as anything I've had in Hawaii and the cioppino rivaled - well, I'd probably better not mention another outstanding restaurant's bouillabaise...
Very, very good.
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