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Sapphire Hotel Bar

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5008 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97215-3256
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Italophilia wrote a review Aug 2019
San Francisco, California43 contributions22 helpful votes
Good food. My son loved the dates wrapped in bacon. Outdoor seating was not ideal on a busy street but all indoor seating were taken.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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dpmartin990 wrote a review Apr 2019
Thornton, Colorado41 contributions21 helpful votes
Most people evidently go here for the cocktails and it’s easy to see why. I needed something light and refreshing so I ordered the Basic. It was exactly right. My daughter ordered the No Respect and her boyfriend ordered the Point of No Return. Each was interesting and tasty but in very different ways. They also offer to make something up for you if you can’t decide and I understand it’s usually something special not on the menu. The atmosphere is like a speakeasy, very interesting. Try it out!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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scwoll wrote a review Mar 2019
Portland, Oregon61 contributions11 helpful votes
My partner and I saw that the Sapphire Hotel was now offering brunch after being closed for awhile. We stopped in and it was great. The options were pretty diverse and not necessarily standard American breakfast. My partner had the kale salad with two eggs and I had the Herb omelette with a salad and toast. It was all very tasty. We each had a coffee as well and the total was 30 dollars. It isn't the cheapest place for brunch but it isn't expensive either. Seems pretty much straight down the line price-wise. It was all very good though. The servers were all very nice and friendly. There are a lot of breakfast options in this area and this one manages to be different enough to do well I think. It was not packed in there so if you are worried about lines this may be your spot.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Wade Zuver wrote a review Jan 2019
Beaverton, Oregon35 contributions3 helpful votes
Sapphire hotel is a great place to get good drinks and enjoy and relax. They are very helpful and nice people there and skilled bar tenders with helpful tips as to what is on the menu. I would recommend this place to anyone, if you are in the area it will be well worth your time to stop in.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Margaret W wrote a review Sep 2018
Portland, Oregon23 contributions7 helpful votes
The Sapphire Hotel bar is an atmospheric and pleasant place to spend a happy hour. Especially in the summer, when they have tables outside on a relatively quiet Street. Happy hour food is substantial and delicious. For those not familiar with this place, I would mention that it is not actually a hotel. It's only the restaurant and bar.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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