Clyde Common

Row 1

Details
1014 SW Stark St (btw SW 10th & 11th Ave.)
Portland, OR 97205
(503) 228-3333
American, Cocktail
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 3:00 PM–Midnight

Clyde Common serves brunch, lunch, happy hour, dinner, and dessert, and the plates are small yet appropriate. The restaurant is modern but aims to convey a minimalist and communal atmosphere, rather than intimate. The service is slightly stingy but the food and drink make up for any missteps in that department. Some of the dishes are a little outlandish, like fideo (a type of pasta) with squid, scallops, squid ink, sausage, an aioli, but there is something for everyone here.

Some favorites at Clyde Common are the truffle popcorn and the cavatelli with braised beef and pickled peppers, and for lunch, the seared trout with asparagus and black rice. As far as drinks go, the spiced dark & stormy and the heavy petting, a drink made with vodka, quinine syrup, lemon peel, grapefruit, and aperol, a type of aperitif, a drink typically known to act as a stimulant for a meal. Clyde Common has tons to offer, so whether it’s for a drink or a small bite or meal, check out something new and exciting in this modern restaurant.

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Foursquare Tips

  • Clyde Commons uber-hip, dimly lit common room offers a snapshot of Portland, Oregon in all its skinny jeans-wearing, pork belly-eating, pig-loving, slow food glory. Negroni anyone? [Eater 38 Member]
  • Portland: Let the communal tables introduce you to the beautiful and beautifully tattooed youngsters. Make a friend and order the lamb shank. -IFC Viewer
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. Most hotel bars suck. This one doesn't. Get the November cocktail.
  • For food-weary Portlanders, this downtown culinary refuge offers good company, warmth and sustenance.
  • Mixologist Columbine Quillen of The Blacksmith in Bend says, "Bartender Jeffrey Morgenthaler is a true artist when it comes to mixology."
  • a must-do for dinner while in town. have the truffle popcorn and the fideos.
  • The ONLY place I've ever seen in the US that does Caesars. Order one up, I promise it's so much better than your run-of-the-mill Bloody Mary that you won't be able to do without the Clamato ever again
  • Best Restaurant in Town ! Try the Final Countdown Cocktail !
  • Love the upstairs!
  • Amazing selection of bourbon. If you're looking for a cocktail, try the Bourbon Renewal :: Makers Mark, lemon, cassis, bitters
  • Try the Pappardelle, Calabrian Chiles, Leeks, Shrimp, Lemon
  • Garlic roasted cashews for happy hour are amazing. Didn't get a pic because they were so good and I ate them.
  • The self-proclaimed European-style tavern is also a great place for food to accompany those JBFA-nominated cocktails.
  • I ordered a Clyde burger with a fried egg on top at 9am and it was one of the best decisions I've ever made.
  • "Local jewelry phenom Sara Dudzinky, of "better late than never," has been frequenting (and loving) this spot for 2 1/2 years! Check out these awesome Ocean Quill Studs by Sara for OfaKind.com!"
  • THE place for barrel aged cocktails. Jeffrey is incredible.
  • Communal seating defines this airy, industrial "tavern." It has inspired small plates (popcorn with pimentn) and fantastic cocktails like the Ivy League (bourbon, cherry brandy, green walnut liqueur)
  • There's a world of warm cocktails beyond the hot toddy - Order the Fallen Angel created by Jeffrey Morgenthaler. Its the best hot drink on the menu! Click More Info for the full recipe.
  • The burger and jam that comes with it are fantastic.
  • Spicy dark and stormy will make your taste buds dance