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RINGSIDE STEAKHOUSE RINGS IN 70TH ANNIVERSARY,
BEGINNING JUNE 1 AND CELEBRATING ALL MONTH
RingSide Steakhouse is known for its long-standing history in Portland’s culinary community – from high quality steaks, exemplary service, unmatched wine list and happening happy hours. For its 70th Anniversary, the legendary restaurant will elevate all of these elements through a series of events celebrating this significant milestone, with a portion of proceeds benefiting New Avenues For Youth a local charity organization that provides a path of hope and possibilities to homeless and at-risk youth.
70th anniversary events include a month long Trio of Beef menu, running June 1-30, as well as collaborative chef events with John Gorham, Chef/Owner of Toro Bravo, Tasty n Sons, Tasty n Alder and the soon to open M.E.C., Andrew Gregory, Chef of Woodsman Tavern, and RingSide’s own Chef Beau Carr.
Learn more and see the menus & photos from the collaborative chefs events - CLICK HERE!
The Oregonian 2014 Diner issue came out June 20, 2014 recognizing RingSide Steakhouse Uptown among Portland’s Top 40 Restaurants. In the foodie mecca that Portland has become, we are honored to be in the company of some of Portland’s most recognizable restaurants and chefs…and at 70 years old!
OLD WORLD CHARM “One of Portland’s oldest family-owned restaurants and still the city’s best traditional steakhouse, RingSide at 70 holds a clubby, Rat Pack-era charm, quality steaks and some of the city’s most on-the-ball servers.” — Michael Russell (read more here)
”There are Portland restaurants pushing the envelope with interesting cuts of steak and open-fire cooking, but for the complete steakhouse experience –juicy steaks, tuxedoed waiters, a certain “Mad Men” ambiance — the original, still family-owned RingSide is still the undisputed champion.” — Michael Russell
The Wine Enthusiast proclaims 2014 is the year of the oenophile. They have prepared their annual list of America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants that cater to guests looking to drink up while dining out. They searched for restaurants that have a focus firmly on wine (although delicious, creative cuisine is also a prerequisite).
The Wine Enthusiast editors scoured the nation for unique wine programs and recognized RingSide Steakhouse as one of America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants.
Portland TV viewers’ choice winners in KGW Best in Town voting were recognized on KGW’s “Live @ 7″ program in Pioneer Square Thursday evening, Aug. 29th. RingSide Steakhouse was recognized as “Best Fine Dining Restaurant”. More than 10,000 people cast almost 100,000 votes in Best in Town, which began in June with a nomination phase. Voting for the best local businesses in 32 categories took place in July, with the winners revealed August 5. VIDEO
RingSide Restaurants competed in the 750 The Game 2012 Happiest Happy Hour Battle sponsored by Bridgeport Brewing. Uptown Chef Beau Carr visited 750 The Game Host John Canzano Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012. View the video here.
Eastside Chef Christopher Turke hit the bricks with Nick Allard from KGW Newschannel 8 at Sunrise on Thursday morning, Dec. 6, 2012. View the video here.
Read more about our 2010 remodel HERE.
RingSide Executive Chefs have been featured in numerous cooking segments.
Our Chefs have been “Cooking with Nicolle” at the Riegelmann’s Kitchen with KOIN TV’s Nicolle Camarata.
- Uptown Chef Beau Carr prepares Potato Leek Soup VIDEO
- Eastside Chef Christopher Turke prepares 3 Onion Soup VIDEO
- Twice Baked Potatoes With Butternut Squash and Blue Cheese from Uptown Chef Beau Carr VIDEO
- Dungeness Crab Cake with Blood Orange Aioli recipe with Eastside Chef Christopher Turke RECIPE
Chef Beau visited “Carson’s Kitchen” with FOX 12 personality Andy Carson:
These are some of Chef Beauís favorite recipes when he was “Dishin’ It Up” with KGW’s Drew Carney: