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After a misty, riverside stroll, I just wanted to warm up. Ordered a plate of those incredible mushrooms which they served with grilled sourdough. Topped it all off with over a pot of Smith’s mint tea. No problem just stopping in for a small plate here. Not only was I treated like a VIP ( spending a lot of time here), but the manager, Marissa sent over a luscious scoop of the banana cream pie ice cream! ( she said she noticed I rarely order dessert.) WOW! When it comes to personalized service, the staff at Rosswood is not monkeying around! . MoreOpenTable Diner -
They went out of their way to make our celebration for my in-law's 50th wedding anniversary very special. the only thing that could have been better would have been that the walk way was a bit wider to accommodate seating and walkers/strollers so were not continually having to scoot in to accommodate. otherwise it was amazing. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Discover South Waterfront
The South Waterfront area is part of a Portland urban redevelopment project of several high-rises in a combination health, well-being, fitness center and medical research complex. An urban park has been created along the banks of the Willamette River, and a tram and trollies offer transportation to residents and employees. The high-rise condominiums in this neighborhood also rent ground-floor spaces to several restaurants. Many of these dining establishments offer ethnic cuisine. A Vietnamese bistro, a Mexican joint, and a restaurant offering continental European cuisine are just some of the many places you can choose to visit. The high-rises also boast a full-service cafe, several coffee shops, numerous American-style restaurants, an Italian eatery, a sub shop, and a bakery.