3 Sheets at the Harbor
Easter brunch. Very nice atmosphere, food was excellent. Service supreme.
The food is always great!
The waitresses was very good and looked after us.
We had halibut as fish and chips as this was a special serving the halibut.
We got two small pieces and I mean really small.
The main meal was like an appetizer and we left hungry.
The serving of coleslaw was warm and watery. Not appeasing. Did not eat it.
The fries can in a tiny basket with a handful of chips.
We had been there a year ago and made of point of coming back as the first time it was very good. We are in Portland only this time once a year.
The ambience was good, the menu was a little limited but for the most part diverse, the prices were a little steep for what you got, we ordered appetizers and the bread that came was grilled and kind of burnt. I ordered the lamb ragu, which tasted okay but didnt' have anything(salad, bread) that came with it, small dish 24 dollars.
We hadn’t been since it first opened. We had great food from the Portland Dining 3 course menu. Portions nice sized. Lots of flavor in every dish.
It was super quiet, one two other tables filled at lunch. Food was good, but overpriced. Server was great and attentive.
We enjoyed our first visit here thanks to Portland Dining Month. The food was good: glazed carrots with pistachios, crab cakes, shrimp diablo and lamb shanks. The cocktails were lackluster. Our server was glum. The crowd was light so it was peaceful.
Location on the river is great, outside seating is ample for summer months. The menu was broad and the food was presented very nicely.
We don't recommend the House Red on Happy Hour(!), but our food was very good. We enjoyed tasty fish tacos and shepherd's pie.
Enjoyed the food and the hospitality was excellent. Lisa is the best and compliments to the chefs.
Great experience for Portland dining month! The food was truly excellent and a great deal. The wait staff was attentive and even noticed and replaced our candle when I accidentally blew it out! And they didn’t rush us but let us linger over our bottle of wine. The only issue was parking - I didn’t get towed but feared it most of the night as the sign said 3sheets this way but every sign in that lot then said resident only.
We were trying the Portland Dinning Month and choose 3 Sheets at the harbor for the view and we we satisfied with everything there, service, food, overall was great dinning.
Grace was very attentive. The kitchen had some equipment issues so the crab cakes weren’t perfect. They were very receptive to making it right.
The cocktails and lamb lollipops and fish tacos were very delicious.
Four of us went to try a new restaurant out via 3 for $33. The crab cakes, the size of a large scallop, were doughy and mushy. The clam chowder was more like corn chowder with a few bits of clams thrown in. The lamb chops were purple, center still cool and the colossal shrimp dinner were still raw in the middle. Perhaps, we should have spoken up to the preparation but we should have also been asked for our preference.
The booking app put us on a high table at the bar and the manager quickly came to us and offered us a more romantic setting at the dining area since we’re on a date. That was a really nice move and we really appreciated that. The food was fantastic and the server was very knowledgeable about the menu. I bet the view is great during the day time. We were there during dinner. Definitely recommended.
Small space for winter, can't wait for outside seating
Had a great meal on a Wednesday. Also, got half off a bottle of wine because it was their wine Wednesday!
Our food was very good. We enjoyed the crab cake Benedict, the corn beef hash and a pork belly omelet and a starter of the donut holes w/caramel sauce. The only comment thats less than glowing about the meal is one of our guests requested orange juice and the waitress returned with a glass with a small glass with about small amount and told us they were out of orange juice. She gave it to him for free and we all laughed but it was a little surprising that was an item they ran short on. Service was leisurely which fit our schedule but I wouldn't come here for a quick in and out meal. I look forward to coming back when it's warm enough to enjoy dining out in the patio and enjoy a more expansive view of the river.
The 4 of us went there for the PDX March Dining on 3/2/19 and were impressed with the food especially the honey-glazed carrots (1st course), crab cakes (2nd course) and Lamb lollies (3rd course). the Camarones a la Diabla entree was pretty good with big scrumptious shrimps.
Two of us opted for the wine pairing- excellent choices but portions could be better.
Our young male waiter was very attentive and provide us great service.
The restaurant is tucked in the back of the apartment buiding,facing the dock . We took a while to find it.It is truly a little gem hidden away on Tomahawk island.
The location of 3 Sheets is perfect, right on the harbor with a great view of the sunset. We will definitely return in the summertime to enjoy the outdoor seating when available. We were seated promptly after arriving and the waiter described both the regular menu and the Portland Dining Month menu in detail. We decided to try both options on the PDM menu for the first 2 courses and both chose the lamb for the third course. The honey glazed carrots were really tasty, cooked perfectly and the goat cheese was a nice addition. The frisee salad was not my taste in dressing but my husband enjoyed it. The chowder was one of the best I have had, all the veggies were diced small so it was easy to eat and flavorful. The crab cakes were also well prepared. The star of the show was definitely the lamb course with polenta and spinach. The lamb was cooked perfect (medium) and seasoned well. My husband and I agreed that the best thing we ate all night was the polenta though, it was seasoned properly and cooked spinach mixed in hit the spot. All in all, a great atmosphere, great food and a great night.
Beautiful setting and food was delicious! Our server was very nice, informative, and attentive! I would definitely recommend this to everyone!
Unfortunately my husbands dinner had to be returned 2 times and after that we ended up leaving. Waitress was great. Just a bummer we went out for a special time and my husband had the leftover pizza the babysitter didn't eat at home (which is in Skamania County :( )
Great food! Excellent service! Quiet intimate setting.
The food and service was top-notch. I have been here several times for lunch and happy hour but this was my first time for brunch. Everyone in the group enjoyed their food. I had the crab cake omelette and it was so great, lots of crab. I will definitely be back for brunch.
The food was just ok, nothing special. The pasta special was cold when served and also a bit undercooked. The fish tacos were uninspired. The appetizers were really good and the service was amazing. So kind of a so-so experience overall.
The Valentine’s Day menu sucked. Way too overpriced and the food was very eh.
Delicious scratch made food, the service was amazing and the vibe was perfect for our Girls Sunday Brunch. We will be back.
We had dinner on New Year’s Eve with friends. We made our reservation very last minute and as a favorite of everyone’s it just made sense to go to Three Sheets. They had a pre-set menu with wine pairings. Initially we were hesitant as it’s not the “normal” menu. However the Chef did a great job in creating the menu! Service was great as always!
This is the beat I lace ever!
Great service and great food. We were there for New Year's Eve, and we had a lovely prix-fixe dinner. The people who work there are outstanding. We'll definitely be back.
Lisa gave us awesome service. The food was phenomenal! Love this hidden gem!
Good omelettes. Roasted potatoes with sweet potatoes and carrots was a unique touch. Service was outstanding. Darling servers.
I’ve been here three times and it never disappoints. A hidden gem and worth it! I tell my friends and family as well as taking them there to share the experience. I love 3Sheets!!!
I've eaten here for brunch and dinner now. Brunch was phenomenal, and the crab cake omelette was amazing. My friend had the hash and also said it was really very good. Coffee was very tasty and kept coming. Dinner was also nice. The drinks were tasty and there were lots of options. We had three appetizers and all were good, with the Brussels sprouts and pork belly and buffalo wings being our favorites. The entrees were ok, but nothing that blew us away. The fish tacos were a bit bland, but the pineapple salsa was good. The service was great and attentive.
First time. First of all, at night, good luck finding it. I actually now wish we hadn’t!
A friend had the steak and said it was good.’ I ordered chowder and salad and had to send the chowder back. It was the worst I have ever tasted, and I’ve eaten a lot of chowder. My other friend had a burger, which was ok. However, the fries came out when she was over half done eating. They were dry and looked like cardboard. I had a glass of wine that was about three swallows., then the chowder wasn’t taken off our bill and that was an ordeal. Service was ok, other than that.
With all the incredible restaurants in Portland, there is absolutely no reason to ever eat here!!
We love the ambiance, service and high quality of the meals. Seems like they always have something creative, such as, their fried mac & cheese bites to tempt the appetite.
We love eating here! This is a find on the island and the menu never disappoints. We are firm fans!
The food was excellent! And the services was good. We will definitely be back. We also thought that’s the menu was great. Becky Kruse
This visit was much better than our last. Lisa, our server, was outstanding. The food was cooked to perfection and the pricing for what we had was industry average. There is a new gm and I think she has really improved the restaurant as a whole.
This was my first visit and I have to say I was disappointed. I’ve heard great things about 3 Sheets and was really looking forward to it. I met a girlfriend for lunch recently; the only bright spot was the seafood chowder which was really good. Both of our salads were meh - too many greens with too few add-ins to provide much flavor. My friend ordeeed the daily special mushroom soup, which was not even warm when it arrived. She asked our server to have it warmed, which he did graciously. However, it still wasn’t warm and he never checked on us again to see if the soup was okay. And throughout our lunch there were only a handful of tables so not sure why the service was not more attentive. All in all, not sure I’ll go back.