Trifecta Tavern and Bakery

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Foursquare Tips

  • Ken Forkish focuses on classics, a half-dozen takes on oysters and/or clams, and an eat-how-you-like menu highlighting roasted veggies, haute bar snacks, and meaty plates like rabbit fricassee.
  • Flatbread, grits, them Brussels sprouts, roasted cauliflower, mint chocolate chip ice cream bar...I can go on. This place has it all, great for sharing.
  • Great cocktails, wines, and beers, with excellent food to match, particularly the half-pound Pimento Double Cheeseburger
  • Try the brussel sprouts and the pan fried oysters, both are amazing!
  • The rabbit is amazing!
  • Colin at the bar is a gem. Gotta get the fries. Just gotta.
  • Service, cocktails, fries, beer
  • Bread was delicious
  • Just overall good food.
  • try all of pastry chef eve's desserts!
  • Eve Kttemann's Sage Hen dessert series is top notch
  • Don't fight it... Just plan to share everything, and it will be a great experience as the various dishes arrive.
  • Meh. Meh. Meh.
  • Don't share your pimento double cheeseburger. The braised beef sandwich is incredibly bland. Stay away.
  • Beef sandwich was awesome. Sweet onions, fresh bakery bread.
  • Some of the best cocktails you can get in Portland. The Tipperary (shown in the photo) is magnificent.
  • Fresh baked bread each day at 4pm! If you eat at the Tavern be sure to get the house-churned butter. Great seafood, and daily specials worth perusing.
  • Great fresh oyster bar. Cocktails are fantastic. So many fun frites.
  • So many oyster options. Steak frites is great. Never had a bad dish here!
  • Everything we tried was fantastic (mussels, fries with malt vinegar, steak frites, gulf prawns with almond sauce...). Big plus, their bread made feel like home (France). Very nice staff too