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The Best Steaks In Town

2165 W. Burnside, Portland, OR 97210
(503)223-1513

My absolute favorite restaurant in the whole world ( I have traveled it - I was a Flight Attendant for Pan American ) The Onion Rings, The wine list, The house dressing, The Filet and the Baker are the best on the planet. Every bite of my steak was as good as the first! We had a Washington Cabernet for about $32.00 which was fantastic! Don’t ever change what you are doing.......
— OpenTable Diner June 2016

3-Course Supper Special

39.50 Before 6pm – or –  49.50 After 6pm

 

Dinner: Mon. – Wed. 5pm to 11:30pm • Thurs. – Sat. 5pm to 12am • Sundays: 4pm to 11:30pm
Happy Hour: Mon. – Sat. 9:30 – close • Sundays: 4pm – 5:30pm & 9:30 – close

 

The RingSide Experience

Recognized as the leader in Portland steakhouses since 1944, RingSide Steakhouse has been serving our community for seven decades with the same family ownership. At the steakhouse most guests begin their dining experience with RingSide’s legendary world famous onion rings - James Beard once claimed them to be… ”the best I’ve ever had.” RingSide Steakhouse Uptown has been perfecting the steakhouse experience over the past 70 years. Set in a one-of-a-kind brick building in the Nob Hill section of Portland, Oregon, this venerable landmark has its own civic identity.

From their first steps into the RingSide experience, guests are taken care of. Congenial valets will gladly park cars in the restaurant’s safe and secure parking lot and parking is complimentary. Well informed, long-in-service wait staff, some of whom have served at the restaurant more than 30 years, use their expertise to make the meal the best it can possibly be. The warm and welcoming fireplace along with the formal tuxedoed service signal to guests they are in a comfortable, venerable establishment.

Choose a steak from a menu offering a variety of USDA Prime and Certified Angus Natural Beef selections that are aged a minimum of four weeks. Steaks are hand cut on the premises and dry-aged steaks are aged in one of Portland’s only on-premise dry-aging rooms.

Entrée selections beyond steak are available. Diners can count on the finest in locally sourced lamb, pork, chicken and seafood; the twin Maine lobster tails are an event in luxury dining. To accompany one of these fine dining choices, pick a wine from a list of more than 700 labels. Wine Spectator, the magazine for devoted wine lovers, has recognized RingSide Steakhouse with its "Best of Award of Excellence" since 2001.

RingSide Steakhouse Uptown has been recognized with significant awards and honors, including: Tom Horan’s America’s Top Ten Hall of Fame; Great Steakhouses of North America; Wine Spectator’s "Best of Award of Excellence" and the much coveted DiRoNA Award of Excellence – from Distinguished Restaurants of North America.

The Chef

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Born in Fort Bragg, NC, Beau Carr relocated with his family to the Northwest at the age of eight. After years of working in various kitchens in the Portland area, Beau found himself at Huber’s, the Portland landmark restaurant, serving as Sous Chef. Upon graduating from Western Culinary Institute in 1990, Carr was named Chef de Cuisine at Northwest Restaurant, and was also tapped as Executive Chef/Owner of Chalet Swiss. In 1998, Carr joined the RingSide family as Executive Chef where he oversees the full culinary program at RingSide Steakhouse Uptown.

Beau’s love of food came early in life: his favorite meal as a child was a beefsteak tomato sandwich picked fresh from his grandmother’s garden. His mother’s specialty was their annual Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings. When not in the kitchen at RingSide, Carr enjoys boating and the great outdoors.

Private Dining

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RingSide Steakhouse- Uptown offers two spaces within the venue that may be used for private dining; The Barrel Room and The Wine Room. Your event has the option of a hosted bar, floral accommodations and specialty rentals. With an impeccable, dedicated service staff and wine director on-site, our elegant, upscale spaces are the perfect setting for your next event.

The Barrel Room
The Barrel Room at RingSide Steakhouse is a private experience inspired by a traditional wine cellar. This warm and classy room seats up to 40 and has a capacity of 65 for a standing reception.

The Wine Room
The Wine Room at RingSide Steakhouse is a semi-private dining room separated from the main dining space by a brick enclosed wall of wine. This room, which reflects the iconic RingSide ambiance, is the perfect space for dinner parties of up to 18 guests.

Contact:
Email Emily Olsen: Emily@RingSideHG.com
Phone: (503)223-1513

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34: RINGSIDE STEAKHOUSE (▲48) 2165 W. Burnside St. 503-223-1513 ringsidesteakhouse.com Dinner and late night, daily. ★★★★ $$$$ RingSide Steakhouse is the Sophia Loren of Portland restaurants: It looks as good at 70 as it did at 35. There's a clubby, Rat Pack-era charm to the dining room that was only enhanced by a loving 2010 remodel. One of the city's oldest family-owned restaurants, and still Portland's best traditional steakhouse, you won't find bavette steak, pork secreto or other cuts popular at modern meat houses here. Instead, RingSide stays on Main Street with juicy rib eyes, thick pork chops and fat lobster tails, all seared to order and delivered with a smile (and a fluffy baked potato). Lately, the kitchen has experimented with more ambitious desserts, including a deconstructed bananas Foster. It's admirable, and well executed, like everything here. Given the ambiance, though, you might wish for something more traditional.

34: RINGSIDE STEAKHOUSE
(▲48)
2165 W. Burnside St.
503-223-1513
ringsidesteakhouse.com
Dinner and late night, daily.
★★★★
$$$$

RingSide Steakhouse is the Sophia Loren of Portland restaurants: It looks as good at 70 as it did at 35. There's a clubby, Rat Pack-era charm to the dining room that was only enhanced by a loving 2010 remodel. One of the city's oldest family-owned restaurants, and still Portland's best traditional steakhouse, you won't find bavette steak, pork secreto or other cuts popular at modern meat houses here. Instead, RingSide stays on Main Street with juicy rib eyes, thick pork chops and fat lobster tails, all seared to order and delivered with a smile (and a fluffy baked potato). Lately, the kitchen has experimented with more ambitious desserts, including a deconstructed bananas Foster. It's admirable, and well executed, like everything here. Given the ambiance, though, you might wish for something more traditional.

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OREGON WINE A-LIST RESTAURANT AWARD WINNERS

PORTLAND — The “drink local” concept might not get as much traction in Oregon as “eat local,” but the Oregon Wine Board continues to work on changing that with its second annual Oregon Wine A-List Awards program.

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“The Oregon Wine A-List Awards allow us to recognize the restaurants here in Oregon and around the world that support our celebrated wineries,” David Beck, Oregon Wine Board chairman, stated in a news release. “We are proud to honor each of the winners whose wine lists bring the beauty of Oregon terroir to their clientele.”

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Willamette Week

Best of Portland Readers' Poll

Best SteakHouse

Winner

RingSide

2165 W Burnside St. / 223-1513

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Ringside has been serving steaks to Portlanders long enough that the late James Beard himself is said to have called its onion rings the best he’d ever had.  Oh, and the steaks? Dry-aged, glazed with butter and cooked to perfection.

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Feast Portland 2015

SATURDAY, SEPT 19TH  6:00PM - 9:00PM

Don’t call it a cookout! The festival’s newest marquee event closes out the weekend with a sizzling celebration of animal, vegetable, fire, sea and forest. Featuring top masters of the flame from Portland and around the country, this event will stoke your appetite for everything flamed, grilled and free-ranged. Set to the tune of bold Northwest wines, classic cocktails and an epic view of the Fremont Bridge, Smoked! is ready to spark things up with live fire and some of the best bites of the weekend..

 

One of Portland's oldest family-owned restaurants and still the city's best traditional steakhouse, RingSide at 70 has a clubby, Rat Pack-era charm, quality steaks and some of the city's most on-the-ball servers. You won't find bavette steak, pork secreto or other trendy cuts popular at modern meat houses. RingSide stays on Main Street with juicy rib-eye steaks, thick pork chops and fat lobster tails, all seared to order and delivered with a smile and a fluffy baked potato...You're better off leaving your budget (and your diet) at the door. 

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Portland Business Journal

No. 1: RingSide Steakhouse

You know you’re doing something right when James Beard proclaims one of your dishes to be “the best I’ve ever had.” That’s what the champion of American cuisine once said about RingSide Steakhouse’s onion rings.

Craig, Jan and Scott Peterson are third-generation owners of the restaurant their grandfather bought in 1944. While the restaurant underwent a major remodel in 2010, it has maintained its old school personality, and a loyal clientele and staff.

Chef Beau Carr has been at RingSide for 16 years and a handful of other employees have been on staff for more than 30 years.

We talked with Craig Peterson about what’s kept RingSide Steakhouse thriving for 70 years.

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2014

Wine Enthusiast: America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants of 2014

Eater: 18 of Portland’s Iconic Meat Dishes, Mapped

The Oregonian: RingSide Steakhouse through the decades: 70 years of history in Portland (gallery)

The Oregonian: Portland's best restaurants: Michael Russell's top 40 chart (Diner 2014)

Thrillist: Goonies Day, an epic steak dinner, and PDX Beer Week

2013

KGW viewers chose RingSide Steakhouse as “Best Fine Dining Restaurant” in viewer contest

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Awards

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TripAdvisor 2013 Winner
Portland Monthly Editors' Pick 2013
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