Beer Hall Deals in Portland
Those who travel abroad learn countless secrets, including the fact that the British call french fries "chips" and call chips "potato nasties." Taste the fruits of other cultures with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of International Cuisine and Drinks The menu's habanero cheese fritters ($4.95—$7.95) pave the way for grilled tilapia in green thai curry and mango relish ($14.95), ethiopian cush-cush cornmeal cakes in berbere sauce ($11.95), and beer-battered saba fish tacos ($9.95). Salvador Molly's Salvador Molly's staff emulates legendary namesake Captain Salvador by pillaging culinary treasures from Ethiopia, Hawaii, Thailand, New Orleans, and Jamaica and gathering them together ...
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer, additional as gifts; vouchers may not be combined to extend stay • Only valid for stays now - April 30, 2014 • Reservations required and subject to availability • Not valid toward existing or room block reservations • Voucher includes $24 breakfast credit at Heathman Restaurant and valet parking • Nights must be spent consecutively; all inclusions must be redeemed during one stay • Voucher valid for 2 guests • Merchant cancellation/rescheduling policy and fees apply once booking is made; voucher subject to forfeiture • Taxes/resort fee not included; payable directly to the property • Incidental charges, charges for additional services and gratuity at the property are not included • Blackout date(s): December 12-14, 31, 2013
The Destination Home to yuppies, artists, musicians, beer snobs, environmentalists, coffee connoisseurs, and so many more, Portland has both the newest of the new and the pricelessly vintage. The entire town deserves street cred—its kooky flourish of parks, galleries, museums, bars, boutiques, and eateries give the City of Roses that elusive in-the-know cachet. Oh, and then there's the 145 square miles of lush green hills and winding rivers nestled between active volcanoes and picturesque mountains, but who's counting, really? The Digs So it comes as no surprise that Condé Nast Traveler named The Heathman Hotel one of the world's best places to stay. Winner of AAA's Four Diamond award every year for the last 28 years, this luxury property is situated just south of the trendy Pearl District on the west side of the Willamette, boasting quick access to several of the city's top museums, concert halls, and boutiques. It's also a member of the Historic Hotels of America, with an old-world elegance that brings to mind a hotel on the Champs-Élysées. It's even got a French-style bistro—The Heathman Restaurant & Bar—to match. With some of the country's freshest produce at his disposal, plus ultra-fresh seafood nearby, Chef Michael Stanton conjures a menu of Pacific Northwest-centric seasonal fare with a French twist—think wild rice duck confit with huckleberry sauce or elk stew with white chanterelle mushrooms. The restaurant also boasts more than 6,000 bottles of wine—with a particular focus on France and the Willamette Valley—as well as a sophisticated cocktail program. Rooms, too, are rife with romantic charm. Perhaps that's why author EL James chose The Heathman as the backdrop for many a sexy scene in her popular novel, Fifty Shades of Grey. Thanks in part to a recent $4 million landfill-free renovation, the hotel's 150 guest rooms are appointed with stylish yet comfortable furnishings and luxury L'Occitane bath amenities. At 520 square feet, each Symphony Suite offers one king bed and a full-size sleeper sofa, plus a living area with flat-screen TV. The Diversions • Portland Art Museum • Forest Park • Sloan Boutique • Washington Park Rose Garden