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Le Pigeon

738 E Burnside St Portland OR 97214
(503) 546-8796
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Acheson: "Want to know what I think is the best community restaurant in the country? It's the little tiny spot run so well by Gabe Rucker. The food is spot on, the wines are awesome, and they hav...view moree that certain patina of authenticity that just makes you feel right at home." view less

Le Pigeon serves adventurous French-inspired food along with a wide variety of exciting wines in an...

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When the New York Times filed a rare Portland restaurant review for downtown's Little Bird Bistro, its opening lines targeted chef Erik Van Kley's charcuterie board: "Of all the dishes served at the Little Bird Bistro in Portland, Ore., the charcuterie plate best encapsulates its spirit." At the time, Van Kley was playing around with jam-topped foie gras brûlées and oxtail terrines, though Van...

18 of Portland's Iconic Meat Dishes, Mapped

If restaurants have the ability to achieve something like cult status, it's often as a result of one iconic dish that's influenced the local culinary scene; the dish that ravenous diners return to time after time. When it comes to meat, Portland's most beloved icons run the gamut from decades-old classics to newfound favorites: house-aged steaks at the 70-year-old RingSide Steakhouse and...

The Essential 38 Portland Restaurants, July 2014

It's time to update the Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant...?" This highly elite group covers the entire city, spans myriad cuisines, and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs, save for those occasions when you absolutely must spend half a paycheck. Every couple of months, we'll be adding pertinent restaurants that were...

Le Pigeon's Nora Antene Inducted into Eater's Young Guns Class of 2014

Ladies and gentlemen, Eater is thrilled to present the much-anticipated Eater Young Guns Class of 2014, a group of 16 of the most distinguished young chefs, restaurateurs, sommeliers, and hospitality industry professionals in the country. And we're extra-pleased to announce that Portland's own Nora Antene, pastry chef extraordinaire at Le Pigeon and the buzzy pop-up Limited Company, is among...

Meet Eater Young Gun Semi-Finalist Nora Antene

As part of its roll-out to name the 2014 class of Eater Young Guns, Eater National is toasting the semi-finalists in a series of interviews and introductions. Today, Le Pigeon pastry chef/Limited Company co-founder Nora Antene, 29, is in the spotlight, revealing her dessert approach to Eater National: "You don't actually need dessert to survive, you know? So it can be more of a thing you have...

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Foie gras starter was wonderful, as was pigeon, sort of duck/game bird flavors. Attentive service. Creme brulee, yum!

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Danny was amazing and provided outstanding pairings to the delicious courses. What a fantastic experience! The open kitchen adds to the appreciation of the magic and art delivered here. Thank you so much!

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Outstanding and. Are fully prepared food. A tiny place and when alone the bar is probably best.

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Perfect in every way. Delicious food from start to finish, great wine list, knowledgeable and professional service.

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Food was very good, as expected. My only gripe is the value. 7 course tasting menu is over $100, at that price, the tables should not be communal. On that note, the food was very good, but not worth the price.

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Without the airs of a high-end restaurant, the mood in Le Pigeon is lively and interactive, probably because of the intimate space, the communal tables and the open kitchen where you can see your food being prepared. The ingredients are fresh and directly sourced from farms. The staff is attentive and recommends good wines to go with your order and service is swift. Try the crème brulee or foie...

This sister restaurant to Little Bird Bistro serves French inspired food in an intimate setting. Unique dishes are created by 2011 James Beard Rising Star Chef of the Year, Chef Gabriel Rucker, and his team the in the open kitchen.

Le Pigeon offers a menu that features hearty meat delicacies and unique French dishes in a relaxed dining atmosphere. Enjoy such dishes as beef cheek bourguignon, pigeon onion soup with bone marrow crostini and tongue with arugula and fried onions.

Le Pigeon serves adventurous French-inspired food, along with a varied selection of wines in an intimate dining room on Portland?s East Burnside Street. We take reservations at our communal tables, and offer our chef's counter for walk-ins.

Le Pigeon, considered by many to be the best restaurant in Portland, serves adventurous French-inspired food along with a wide variety of exciting wines in an intimate dining room on East Burnside. Reservations are accepted at one of the communal tables. There is also a chef's counter - 10 seats that wrap around the open kitchen - which is available on a walk-in basis. You can take part in the...

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