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7 of the Best Steakhouses in Oregon

Are you on the hunt for the perfect steakhouse for date night? Or perhaps you’re just looking to treat yourself or mark a special occasion? Either way, Oregon has loads of options. From cosy country-style spots to swanky fine dining eateries, there are plenty of options to enjoy a sizzling steak alongside some great wines and cocktails. Here are our picks for the best steakhouses in Oregon.

7 of the Best Steakhouses in Oregon

*As Covid-19 continues to evolve, please keep up to date with the restaurant’s current regulations and restrictions.

 

1. RingSide Steakhouse – Portland

This swanky, vintage steakhouse complete with an over 10,000 bottle wine cellar is just the place to get your steak fix. For over 75 years, this family-owned eatery has been the best in Portland for its exceptional service, delicious menu items and unbeatable atmosphere. Get started with their famous onion rings. Then move on to either of their USDA Choice, Prime and Prime Dry Aged options for steak; we recommend the NY strip. Be sure to ask for a wine pairing from the cellar.
*RingSide is currently only offering to-go services. Check their website for more information on the official reopening.
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2. Haines Steak House – Haines

If you’re up for a cosy evening full of country-style charm and hearty food, head to Haines Steak House. This hidden gem is famous for its comfortable atmosphere, old West charm and stellar hospitality. Get started with their popcorn shrimp or zesty buffalo wings. Then move on to the 20 oz t bone with a classic baked potato.

3. The Steakhouse at 9900 – Portland

Nestled in the Shilo Inns Beaverton, The Steakhouse at 9900 is the perfect marriage of good food and hospitality. Inside you’ll find a cosy and romantic atmosphere perfect for date night or marking a special occasion; then, there’s the menu. From the zesty shrimp cocktail right on down to the bone-in ribeye, you can’ go wrong. Did we mention they offer cigars, too? The Steakhouse at 9900 is a no brainer.
*Steakhouse at 9900 is currently only offering to-go services. Check their website for more information on the official reopening.

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4. Bos Taurus – Bend

This stylish and contemporary steakhouse is famous for its top-notch steaks, craft cocktails and swoon-worthy wine list. From the small plates right on down to the desserts, Bos Taurus prides themselves on sourcing the best in quality and sustainability. Start off with their Hama Hama oysters on the half shell and then go to town on the famous Miyazaki wagyu. Don’t forget one of their signature cocktails to seal the deal.

5. Rudy’s Steakhouse – Salem

Ask anyone in Salem where to find the best steak and they’ll send you right to Rudy’s. This Oregonian gem is the epitome of PNW hospitality and classic steakhouse fares. Get your evening started with any of their incredible seafood apps such as the pan-fried oysters, calamari or crab cocktail. Then, be sure to opt for their NY strip steak and make it oscar style with some crab and bearnaise.
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6. Sayler’s Old Country Kitchen – Portland

Sayler’s Old Country Kitchen is exactly what it sounds like – an old-school, tried and true steak joint loaded with your favourite sides and desserts. Since 1946, Sayler’s has been churning out some of the best country steak dinners in the state and has only gotten better since. Opt for their 24 oz porterhouse with some peppered filet bites and you’re in for a treat.

7. Washington Street Steakhouse – Dallas

This buzzing steakhouse is a local favourite in Dallas for its marriage of all things pub and steakhouse. Whether you’re looking for a date night option or something more casual, this neighbourhood joint fits the bill. They prioritise fresh, PNW sourced ingredients and serve Certified Angus Beef, so you know you’re in good hands. We recommend opting for the 7 oz flat iron.

Melanie Hamilton
Melanie Hamilton

Melanie is an avid traveller with a passion for history and global foods. She is currently based in Tbilisi, Georgia where most of her time is occupied with qvevri wine and Soviet history. Having do-si-do'd her way across Europe and Latin America, she's enjoyed some of the world's most exciting places firsthand and can't wait to tell you about them.

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