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With soaring ceilings and an abundance of elegance and style, Gracie’s exudes Hollywood glamour. Our menus feature unique, classic American fare and innovative locally sourced Pacific Northwest dishes. We’re open for brunch and dinner and have a selection of breakfast items available until 2 p.m. every day. Or, if you prefer, enjoy an intimate dinner with a “friend” – settle into an oversized banquette and let yourself be pampered. We’ll make sure the paparazzi don’t find you.
Portland, OR 97205
Northwest, Breakfast, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 2:00pm; Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 2:00pm Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
SW Morrison Street and Yamhill Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
With impressive ceilings detailed in intricate gold leaf, the Screening Room is an elegant space to entertain. The Screening Room will host a drop screen against the West wall perfect for viewing your favorite film. The room can accommodate a maximum of 120 people reception style, 80 people for sit-down and a minimum attendance of 25 people.
Gracie's offers catering from groups of 10 up to 200. Our classic and innovative Pacific Northwest menus can please a wide variety of tastes. Anything from a power breakfast meeting to a rehearsal dinner, Gracie's culinary team will devise a menu to suit your needs. To download sample catering menus,.
Gracie’s Restaurant + Bar offers complimentary wifi and valet parking to our guests.
Private Party Contact:
Catering Department: (503) 228-2264
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Gracie's Ratings and Reviews
Our experience was dreadful and very expensive. It took forever for food to arrive and if you like tough prime rib on top of glue-like mashed potatoes this is the place for you. Even the ice cream sundae was partially melted on arrival. The restaurant is in a stunning and elegant setting and it’s tragic the restaurant fails to deliver.
We had Thanksgiving dinner at Gracie's and enjoyed everything. We came back for Christmas dinner and we all had the rack of lamb except one of us had the prime rib. We all were disappointed with the rack of lamb. It wasn't cooked long enough. The meat was bloody and even looked raw in the center and had a huge amount of fat on it. . I had it boxed up to go. The next day I microwaved it for 2 min and it was delicious. The meat browned and the fat shrunk down to nearly othing. If it had been cooked a little longer at the Restaraunt it would have been perfect.
Also the weather was bad , it was snowing. I called to see about cancelling our reservations and was told that we would still be charged for cancelling. We we're able to make it in but I don't think it's fair to charge people for cancellation no due to uncontrollable circumstances like a snow storm.
Well probably give Gracie's another chance and come back but if if our next experience is like the one we had for Christmas that will be the last time .
We go out for dinner on Christmas Eve, and Gracie's got the nod this year. We have stayed at Hotel Deluxe over the years, even when it was the Mallory Hotel. But Gracie's was there then and it has always been outstanding. We now live in Portland, so staying there would be a rare thing for us. At any rate, the prix fix meals were outstanding, from appetizer choices, through the selection of entrees, to dessert. What a wonderful evening!
I had their Christmas Eve dinner which was very expensive ($75) . The duck was recommended to me but I found it not the best. I should have ordered the prime rib. The pumpkin soup was excellent and the dessert was great. The ambiance was nice and there was piano music (player piano).
Great restaurant with great food. Portion size was perfect, I even had room for desert. My only complaint was the time I had to wait to pay after finishing my meal. It took about 30 minuets to get the check and they were not busy. But the food was great and I will go there again.
Unfortunately the level of service did not live up to the classic, first-class ambiance the hotel is presenting. The servers were untidy, service VERY slow including the initial greeting and getting our drinks. Not a lot of friendly smiles or eye contact. Food was prepared perfectly but under seasoned. It was a huge disappointment all the way around. We might give Gracie's another shot, but for solid ambiance + service + great food and drink, stick to the Driftwood Room.
New menu since our last visit and if course higher prices. We ordered off the appetizer menu but combining 2 items to make enough for dinner equaled an entree order. Food was very good and if they included vegetables with entrees, they would be more appealing but they are ala carte so it adds up quickly. Atmosphere is very comfortable and relaxing. Easy to visit with friends because it is quiet. Overall, very nice.
This restaurant provided a wonderful ambiance for our group's Christmas celebration. It has a fairly unique vibe for a Portland restaurant. The service was very professional although not as attentive as I might have expected. The food was also good quality, but nothing special. So although I don't have specific issue with this restaurant, there are a lot of good food options in Portland that are better. On the other hand, if you are looking for a more elegant atmosphere (a bit of a throwback), then this might be the place for you.
Gracie's offers an elegant, quiet atmosphere with attentive and well trained staff. Our server, Jordan, found the right balance of chatting, information and discreet attentiveness to suit our group. We all enjoyed dinner very much. The caesar salad was rather ordinary. Entrees were outstanding. Desserts yummy. Always a treat to go to Gracie's.
Attentive wait staff, valet parking a real plus. My friend and I ordered the crab grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup. The soup was excellent and the sandwich was tasty, but for the price it seemed a bit small ($18). Cutting it into 4 quarters didn't camouflage that it was a small sandwich. Next time I will make a different choice.
Terribly frustrated and upset that Gracie's took reservations for Thanksgiving Day but didn't indicate that the Thanksgiving meal didn't start until 3pm. Just awful. And I doubt I'll ever come back. My mother and I had to make do with breakfast for Thanksgiving.
We had a very pleasant Thanksgiving brunch at Gracie's (situated in the Hotel DeLuxe). There was some slight confusion with the OpenTable booking info, which led us to believe that a traditional Thanksgiving menu was being served all day, when in fact this was only after 3pm. However, the standard brunch menu contained some excellent options and the very tasty turkey brunch sandwich on the specials list made up for the misunderstanding. All the ingredients were well-prepared, and there was the added bonus of a good brunch cocktail menu.
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