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Toro Bravo is a Spanish restaurant in NE Portland, Oregon created by restaurateur chef John Gorham. The menu of pinchos, tapas, charcuteria, and raciones changes daily based on seasonal variations, local farmers' produce, and the kitchen crew's inspiration, incorporating elements of modern technique and unexpected flavors into classic Spanish cuisine. The beverage program focuses on both the Pacific Northwest and Spain with wine, beer, imaginative cocktails and a large selection of sherry. The open dining room of wood and industrial accents and Sangria Red walls helps create the lively and vibrant atmosphere that has secured Toro Bravo as one of Portland’s favorite restaurants since opening in 2007. In 2013, Gorham released The Toro Bravo Cookbook brimming with irreverent stories and nearly one hundred recipes, which has since been venerated by chefs, home cooks, and national media alike.
One of my favorite Spanish tapas restaurants in town. Worth the drive. Worth the wait. Worth trying everything but order a couple of things at a time as the portions are surprising
This tapas style restaurant is one of my favorites, excellent food and very conveniently located. Be prepared to wait up to an hour for a table, unless you get the for the first seating at 5pm.
this highly acclaimed spot has an eclectic menu served tapas style. Everything they make is fantastic, but it’s usually pretty busy, so expect a wait. It’s worth it! If this wasn’t already on your list of restaurants to try in town, it should be
brought to you by John Gorham, well known in Portland for his restaurants, this spot has an eclectic menu served tapas style. Everything they make is fantastic, but it’s usually pretty busy, so expect a wait. It’s worth it! If this wasn’t already on your list of restaurants to try in town, it should…
No reservations, but if you’re there when they open its usually possible to snag a table! (It’s worth it)
“I'm not a meat eater, but this is one of the spots that I recommend to visitors who do.”
“Vintage drinks that are amazing. It's like you're in a little library. Think dark and jazzy. This is one of my favorite off the beaten path type bars. Super good! Food - meh.”
“long lines, but worth the wait.....or if you want more of a local vibe, hit sckavones on your way up division.....”
“Lunch/dinner. Small, but great brewery that donates all profits to non-profits.”
“Great selection of mexican food, but cannot go wrong with any of their street tacos and margaritas. Often has a line, but is worth the wait and usually moves pretty quickly.”