Press Club (The)

★★★★☆
  • 2621 SE Clinton St

    Portland, OR 97202

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  • 503-233-5656

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This is a great place to socialize over coffee, cocktails, and appetizers. Their sandwiches and crepes are also diverse and tasty. I love that they give each dish the name of a (quality) well known author. No, there is no "Diane Steele" crepe! Happy hour food is super cheap and they have a wonderful diversity of drink options. The location couldn't be better and the outdoor seating is perfect on a sunny day!

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★★★★★

This is a great place to socialize over coffee, cocktails, and appetizers. Their sandwiches and crepes are also diverse and tasty. I love that they give each dish the name of a (quality) well known author. No, there is no "Diane Steele" crepe! Happy hour food is super cheap and they have a wonderful diversity of drink options. The location couldn't be better and the outdoor seating is perfect on a sunny day!

Pros: great deals on happy hour food!

Cons: service is slow when crowded

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i do not recommend going to this business (the press club). my husband and i went to the press club to enjoy a free concert (one of the band members was actually a relative of my husband), anyways we were thrown out because we did not order food. the advertisement was that it was a free concert and it did not include a message saying that a food or drink purchase was required! they were very rude to us and did not at all try to accommodate us. this place is very small and we took up no tables we just sat in a corner close to the band. there was no more room for anyone, eating or not to come in to this restaurant. they said that "only people buying food could come because that is how we pay the band." what joke!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

i do not recommend going to this business (the press club). my husband and i went to the press club to enjoy a free concert (one of the band members was actually a relative of my husband), anyways we were thrown out because we did not order food. the advertisement was that it was a free concert and it did not include a message saying that a food or drink purchase was required! they were very rude to us and did not at all try to accommodate us. this place is very small and we took up no tables we just sat in a corner close to the band. there was no more room for anyone, eating or not to come in to this restaurant. they said that "only people buying food could come because that is how we pay the band." what joke!!!

Pros: great music

Cons: Horrible customer service. Discriminating. Very limited seat

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Fun place to go...romantic in the evenings for a glass of wine. It has a good feel to it, often great live music and friendly service.

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★★★★☆

Fun place to go...romantic in the evenings for a glass of wine. It has a good feel to it, often great live music and friendly service.

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The Press Club is a great neighborhood place for coffee, wine or nibbles. It's a large space that's comfortable and rarely crowded but the vibe is friendly even if you sit there for quite a while reading by yourself.

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★★★★☆

The Press Club is a great neighborhood place for coffee, wine or nibbles. It's a large space that's comfortable and rarely crowded but the vibe is friendly even if you sit there for quite a while reading by yourself.

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I met a friend here for lunch. The place is very comfortable with high ceilings, inviting seats and a wall of interesting magazines that guests are invited to share. I had a perfectly prepared soy latte while I was waiting for my food. At lunch they specialize in sandwiches and crepes. All the items are named after historic literary figures.

I ordered a crepe with spinach, mozzarella and caramelized onions. The crepe was incredible served topped with creme fraiche. I also had an excellent house salad for $2 extra.

I can't believe this place only has two reviews. I highly recommend it and hope I get back to the neighborhood to enjoy this cozy little Portland space.

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★★★★★

I met a friend here for lunch. The place is very comfortable with high ceilings, inviting seats and a wall of interesting magazines that guests are invited to share. I had a perfectly prepared soy latte while I was waiting for my food. At lunch they specialize in sandwiches and crepes. All the items are named after historic literary figures.

I ordered a crepe with spinach, mozzarella and caramelized onions. The crepe was incredible served topped with creme fraiche. I also had an excellent house salad for $2 extra.

I can't believe this place only has two reviews. I highly recommend it and hope I get back to the neighborhood to enjoy this cozy little Portland space.

Pros: Great food

Cons: None

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I had the Truman Capote crepe: Brie, pears, crushed walnuts and some kind of heavy cream. Let me tell you, this was absolutely divine- the best crepe I've had, ever. Service was above average for a place like this; meaning: for a hipster joint where the waitress is also the bartender, there is no attitude, and she actually works her butt off. Great selection of mags to read, too. I'm going back.

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★★★★★

I had the Truman Capote crepe: Brie, pears, crushed walnuts and some kind of heavy cream. Let me tell you, this was absolutely divine- the best crepe I've had, ever. Service was above average for a place like this; meaning: for a hipster joint where the waitress is also the bartender, there is no attitude, and she actually works her butt off. Great selection of mags to read, too. I'm going back.

Pros: Food, service, atmosphere, reading material

Cons: only been there once, but none so far

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I found this place two weeks ago and am embarassed to say how many times I've been back! You can spend an entire day there, espresso in the morning, crepe or panini and wifi at lunch, and wine after work. The service is great and if your alone there are a ton of good mags. Love it!

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★★★★★

I found this place two weeks ago and am embarassed to say how many times I've been back! You can spend an entire day there, espresso in the morning, crepe or panini and wifi at lunch, and wine after work. The service is great and if your alone there are a ton of good mags. Love it!

Pros: Stylie but relaxed

Cons: none

 

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