Here is our popular list of bars, coffeehouses, and restaurants with outdoor dining in Portland Oregon
2021 Update: all the changes due to Covid-19 have made it almost impossible to make sure everything is actually open, but we are doing our best! We are checking back frequently, but double-check, as the situation is very fluid. I will be continuing to update and add to this list it over the summer.
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For 2021, they have added a large, covered/heated patio area.
I’ve been going to Justa Pasta since it was just a tiny take-out window. The Caesar salad is like a garlic bomb went off in your mouth – but if you are into that, it’s great.… Read the rest
Pleasant patio alongside the new Tasty in the Mercantile building – Grassa, Lardo, Fill’s Donuts, and St. Jack also are located here.
Currently open Wednesday – Friday for dinner starting at 5:00pm, Saturday & Sunday for Brunch 9:00am – 2:00pm.… Read the rest
Lots of foot traffic for people watching. Tables along the street, covered by an overhang.
Terrific, large outdoor patio area behind the restaurant, as well as tables along the sidewalk. This is the space that used to be Whiskey Soda Lounge. They offer a wide variety of Asian and Asian-inspired dishes.… Read the rest
Another of the extremely popular Lardo Sandwich chain. Big patio in the new Mercantile development of Lake Oswego. Partially covered with large umbrellas providing shade in the open area. Good food!
Incredibly quaint/cute coffeehouse located in the Maplewood area of SW Portland. Small shaded/wheelchair-accessible porch on one side. Large open gravel area next to it – tables scattered about, some with umbrellas, other areas shaded by trees/plants.… Read the rest
Open 7 days 7:30 – 5:00. Nice people, nice shaded patio area out front. Great people watching; it’s like a parade. Typical coffeehouse food – breakfast sandwiches, etc. Wheelchair might be a bit tight getting inside.… Read the rest
As of 7.18 open Wed-Sun, 8am-6pm. On my one visit, donuts were some of the best in the metro. The price for a filled donut is currently $3.99. A basic burger, fries, and soft-serve are also available.… Read the rest
Tables along the street. Nice wine selection. Partly shaded in the afternoons. Nice place to have a glass of wine. The owners are happy to help you find just the right bottle. For food, choose from a selection of items such as charcuterie boards, smoked fish, salads, soup, etc.… Read the rest
If you like sliders, PDX Sliders should be on your list. Lots of different sandwiches – burgers, corned beef, braised pork, portabella, fried chicken, meatball, etc. They cover the gamut. The seating is basic streetside dining.… Read the rest
Basic tables along the street. Shaded afternoons. Closed Monday.
“Located in a walk/bike-friendly Southeast Ankeny neighborhood, The Trailhead features a new and unique lineup of beers, brewed by Bryan Keilty, a figure in the Portland Craft Beer scene for nearly fifteen years.… Read the rest
Lovely shaded patio surrounded on all sides. Shade cloth overhead. I haven’t been yet, but it looks gorgeous.
Comfortable place on a quiet street in the South Waterfront area. Lots of tall trees provide shade to the small patio area out front. Lebanese cuisine
Basic patio in back. Smoking is allowed. Covered and uncovered areas.
30 different beers, ciders, and wine now with the option to take them home in 16oz pints, 32oz growlers and 64 oz growlers. Snacks available, but feel free to bring in outside food – the Beaverton cart pod is 2 blocks away as is the Max line.… Read the rest
Picnic tables in the parking lot. Basic, but does the job.
Large enclosed patio with lots of plants. A very comfortable space. Big trees help with shade.
“Takibi serves a Japanese-inspired cuisine by way of the Pacific Northwest, centered around seasonal cooking of local ingredients on a wood-burning hearth and a beverage program rooted in the bounty of Japan and Oregon.”… Read the rest