Portland, Oregon Hotel RestaurantPortland has blossomed into a global culinary destination. With the emergence of a sophisticated dining scene that has embraced the important philosophy of using local and seasonal ingredients to create a cuisine that provides a true reflection of the city and region. Up near the top of the list, of the best restaurants in the city, is the Heathman Restaurant & Bar. The Heathman Hotel Restaurant & Bar consistently pleases fine diners and distinguished critics alike.
This spectacular downtown Portland hotel restaurant has been drawing loyal customers for years and is now attracting diners from around the world who want to experience a true taste of the Pacific Northwest.
From the elegant and relaxing dining room to the historic and welcoming Tea Court, the Heathman Restaurant & Bar is one of the nation's premiere dining destinations. Carefully utilizing the best ofthe Pacific Northwest's freshest regional ingredients such as salmon, berries and hazelnuts, Executive Chef Michael Stanton creates beautiful dishes that epitomize Portland Oregon's abundant local cuisine.
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Heathman Tea Court Lounge
The historic Tea Court Lounge, an original feature of the hotel, blends Eucalyptus-paneled walls with a marble fireplace and an Austrian hand-cut chandelier. The firelight and warm colors provide an intimate atmosphere for cocktails, light dining or afternoon tea. Live jazz music is performed Wednesday through Saturday night with no cover charge. Click here for the December 2014 and January 2015 music schedule*!
*Performers subject to change. Please call restaurant for up to date details.
Monday-Friday: Seating at 2 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Seatings at Noon and 2 pm
Reservations are required - Preferably 48 hours in advance.
The tea menu offers traditional Afternoon Tea ($32.00) and Peter Rabbit Tea for Little Sippers ($14.00). The tea menu, created by pastry chef John Gayer, includes Smoked Salmon Napoleon, Paté Maison, John's Famous Lanai Banana Bread, and Parisian Opera Cake, along with a wide selection of teas from Fonte Coffee and Tea Company, a Northwest micro roaster based in Seattle. The children's tea menu sports the whimsical Ants on a Log with celery, peanut butter and raisins, as well as Snikerdoodle, Devil's Food Chocolate Cupcake and Peanut Butter and Honey sandwich. Advanced reservations are required.