Raven and Rose

1331 SW Broadway, Portland, OR, United States

503-222-ROSE (7673)

Dining Room Lunch : Tues - Fri, 11:30 am - 2pm Dinner: Tues - Sat, 5pm - 10pm Sunday Brunch: 10am - 2pm

Our dining room menu draws inspiration from the Irish and British countryside, driven by simple, pristinely-sourced ingredients and exceptional execution in an atmosphere that is warm, welcoming and attentive. The Rookery—our upstairs bar—provides an exclusive hideaway for sipping cocktails inspired by the building’s exuberant history.

In our effort to capture the essential Portland spirit, we’ve created a space locals can enjoy again and again, as well as a haven for travelers who want the comfort of a hearth and satisfying meal. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Listing Information

The Rookery Bar is part of Raven and Rose, 21+ only Check the website for hours and happy hour specials.

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