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Screen Door presents a celebration of southern cuisine as experienced by southern natives from the quintessential hearty fare to the everyday food gathered from the garden. The central concept is making use of the similar rich bounty of local fresh produce found here in the Northwest that is sometimes taken for granted in the south. Screen Door serves local and organic produce and meats...
On an unassuming corner of the Burnside corridor, Screendoor looks more like a dining hall than your average restaurant. However, within this unassuming space, you'll find a foodies take on the best of southern cooking, leaving the Cajun seasoning to other restaurants. The mid-priced menu always includes fresh, local ingredients with familiar sides, such as cheesy grits with the artisan cheese...
Screen Door presents a celebration of southern cuisine as experienced by us as southern natives from the quintessential hearty fare to the everyday foods gathered fresh from the garden.
Central to our concept is making use of the similar rich bounty of local fresh produce found here in the northwest that we often took for granted growing up in the south.
At Screen Door we serve local and...
Hands-down, this is where to find the best Southern cooking in Portland.
"Fantastic" "down-home" cooking "with a NW twist" supported by "good ol' Southern hospitality" have folks banging down the door of this "extremely popular", spacious Kerns "comfort-food" mecca for favorites like buttermilk-fried chicken that "rivals anything below the Mason-Dixon"; the awfully "decent" tabs are just gravy, as is the "off-the-charts" weekend brunch that's "worth the wait – and...
Waste of money ! Food was nothing more than a basic plate of food my 10 year old could have prepared. Disappointed and feel like I wasted my money . Don't go here ! Wait time is horrible for food not worth waiting !
The brisket was pretty good, but the cornbread and fried chicken tasted cheap. Even the great looking mac & cheese tasted boxed, but with cheddar baked over the top of it. I had high hopes, but will opt for the Delta Cafe EVERY time over Screen Door. Even the decor was boring.
Prepared with fresh local and organic produce and meats, "Screen Doorâ€™s menu is a survey of the south, from South Carolina Lowcountry cuisine to soul food and Cajun one-pot cookery to the refined Creole and French preparations found in New Orleans."
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Amazing southern comfort food. I recommend their crispy fried buttermilk-battered chicken and their token mac and cheese. I am from OK so naturally this was amazing.
Best known for its lines, I mean, its epic fried chicken, this beloved Burnside brunch destination also makes fantastic waffles—big golden yeasty slabs the size of hub caps, topped with slabs of bacon (aka the praline bacon waffle) and lots of whipped cream.
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