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Restaurants, Dining - Portland Vegetarian, Vegan

 

Fire on the Mountain, N. Portland and East Burnside. There is a vegetarian version of hot wings and fish ā€˜nā€™ chips, as well as boneless wings. Vegetarian sandwich selections. Plenty of salads, often spicy with chicken. 4225 N. Interstate Ave. Portland, Oregon. 503-280-WING. www.portlandwings.com Also an East Burnside location.

Noodles Restaurant. Not to be confused with the chain, this indie eatery provides upscale flavors at bargain prices. Gourmet pastas that never waver in quality or a sense of the homemade. Lunch and dinner usually under $10. Spaghetti marinara with choice of Italian sausage or mushrooms, fettucini alfredo, an innovative take on Mexican pasta, glorious mac n' cheese given the gourmet treatment with smoked turkey, and a soft, unforgettable braised beef with rotelli pasta in a red wine sauce and gorgonzola. Look for ethnic re-inventions like Thai chicken linquini, or there is the hearty beef stroganoff, chicken picatta with a lemon cream sauce, garlic shrimp in a citrus cream white wine sauce, bay shrimp in basil cream and artichoke hearts, and enormous ravioli with spinach and cheese. Garlic cheese bread is famous for a reason; stunning epicurian salads. Kids menu and out of this world housemade desserts. Gluten free and whole wheat pasta available. 6830 Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, Portland. (503) 292-6480. www.noodlesportland.com.

Glisan Burger Barn and Grill. Some vegetaran menu items, including salads and veggie burgers. Major family destination. Most burgers are in the $8 - $10 range and absolutely enormous as well as loaded to the point of overflowing with their ingredients. Simple cheeseburgers to more complex items like the Hawaiian (pineapple, ham and teriyaki), Cock-A-Doodle doo (ham and fried egg), Black 'n Blue (bacon with the blue cheese pecan spread), the Hanoi (peanut sauce, lettuce and cucumber), Fitty Fitty (half cheddar and half pepperjack), The Barn Club (grilled ham, smoked pepper turkey, bacon), a lush patty melt, or the spicy Sweet Heat (chipotle peppers, grilled onions and a chipotle sauce). Other specialties include the Yosemite Sam (cheeseburger with an onion ring and BBQ sauce), or the monstrous Chilli CheeseFries Burger with a burger, chili and fries all kind of piled together. Interesting chicken specialties, a salmon burger and a veggie burger too. Huge hot sandwiches served on 10-inch baguettes include sirloin, chicken, hotdogs, pastrami and more. Incredible homemade shakes and soups. Gluten free options. Located on the Northeast corner of 79th Ave and NE Glisan St. Portland, Oregon. (503) 254-4285. www.glisanburgerbarn.com


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