Raven & Rose

1331 SW Broadway
Portland, Oregon 97201
503-222-ROSE (7673)

Hours of Operation

In Portland's 132-year-old historic Ladd Carriage House

Douglas Derrick BRICKS NEEENER NEENER NEENER

Eek.  We might have some room for improvement with rhymes.  But that’s not the point!
There’s a new wine guy in the Carriage House!  (Okay, he’s not new to the Carriage House, but he is newly taking over the wine program.)

In February, Mr. Douglas Derrick joined our Raven & Rose family as GM and now leads the wine program.  He comes to us after five years at Nostrana toting with him a love and knowledge of natural wines. In October, he was awarded Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s “40 Under 40: America’s Tastemakers” noting him as a pioneer in the comeback of the classic Negroni cocktail.

We trust Doug’s palate immensely, and we’re stoked to see what you think too! He loves just a bit of cellar funk in his wine because he says it makes it smell real and alive. For Northwest wines, Temperance Hill Vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills is by far his favorite. It has been organically farmed by the legendary Dai Crisp for 15 years.  While the Pacific Northwest region is very near and dear to his heart, Doug also plans to showcase delicious wines from other regions as well, including California and Europe.

He plans to continue building on our already incredible wine list by bringing in new styles and genres, and continuing a deep-level of education with the staff like training servers for suggested menu pairings.  (Pro tip: have a glass of the Bow & Arrow Melon 2013 with our pear and beet salad!)

Flights will soon be a year round occurrence on the menu: showcasing three thematic wines with a flight sheet so you can compare palate, region, and style. You will also find champagne by the glass, stored in a Perlage champagne preservation system ensuring that the last glass is just as good as the first.

Come grab a glass or bottle, and enjoy his wine picks. It’s always a good to day snuggle-up in the warm Carriage House.

THANKSGIVING IN THE 1st FLOOR DINING ROOM
Family-Style Roast Supper | Seating from 1pm – 7pm
Chose from oven-roasted turkey roulade, wood-fired Oregon salmon, or vegetarian entrée served with choice of soup or salad, and Portland Farmers’ Market seasonal sides, with cranberries, gravy, Yorkshire pudding and dessert.
$65 per adult, $25 children 5-11 | Reservations recommended 503-222-7673

IN THE ROOKERY BAR
Football & Cocktails  | Open seating in the 2nd floor bar for guests 21+ from 1pm – 7pm
We’ll have the games on all day with $6 Sazeracs on the menu.  This is a perfect getaway for single diners, friend groups, and football fans.
Large plates of food will be available from the Thanksgiving menu in the downstairs dining room. | No reservations, walk-ins welcome for 21 and older only. Sorry, we can’t break that rule.

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Old World Beer Dinner
A curated selection of Europe’s finest beers, representing the most iconic producers of the Old World, served along side our epic English-style roast feast! 

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THE INCREDIBLE BEERS:
Samuel Smith’s | England-Est. 1758
WINTER WELCOME -The oldest brewery in Yorkshire celebrates the 25th anniversary edition of this iconic beer, which has heavily influenced domestic beer styles in the U.S

Westmalle | Belgium-Est. 1794
TRIPEL – The world’s first tripel-style ale made within the walls of the Abdij der Trappisten van Westmalle monastery.

Orval | Florenville, Belgium-Est. 1070
TRAPPIST ALE – The sole beer brewed at Abbaye Notre-Dame d’Orval monastery, on grounds originally dedicated by Princess Matilda.

Traquair House | Scotland-Est. 1491

HOUSE ALE – Brewed in the oldest continuously inhabited house in Scotland in a space originally built as a remote hunting lodge for kings, this painfully limited-batch beer is brewed using 18th century equipment.

Rochefort | Rochefort, Belgium-Est. 1230
10 – The Abbey of St-Remy’s monks have produced beer since 1595. Named numerically, using a traditional measurement of specific gravity, the “10” is the crowning achievement of this legendary brewery.

Lindemans | Vlezenbeek, Flanders-Est. 1822
FARO LAMBIC – The Lindemans family has been brewing
spontaneously fermented lambics with wild airborne yeast for nearly two centuries, and they never add additional yeast to their brews.

THE ENGLISH ROAST
A traditional meal enjoyed by folks from the British Isles, the Sunday roast consists of roasted meats, potatoes, and accompaniments such as seasonal vegetables and Yorkshire pudding with gravy. This Old World tradition started during the English industrial revolution, when Yorkshire families would leave a cut of meat in the oven before going to church on Sunday morning, and the roast would be ready to eat when they arrived home at lunchtime.  We will serve a slow-cooked game roast, with gravy, Yorkshire puddings, seasonal Portland Farmers’ Market vegetable plates, & dessert paired with these six special beers.  A truly special feast with very limited seating.

 

6:30pm on Sunday, November 23, 2014 
In the historic Ladd Carriage House dining room at Raven & Rose
1331 SW Broadway |80 dollars per seat
To reserve, email natalia@ravenandrosepdx.com

Scotch Dinner

We’re excited to announce our 2nd annual Scotch dinner with Highland Park & The Macallan brand ambassadors Martin Daraz & Kieron Elliot.  Sit with them to dine and compare qualities of each distillery’s 12-year, 15-year, & 18-year expressions in a side-by-side tasting.

To complete this British Isles experience, we a serving these three rounds of spirits with our beloved family-style English roast supper – a feast fit for a king. It consists of hyper-seasonal and fresh Portland Farmers’ Market ingredients making up platters of several vegetables, whole wild-caught Oregon King salmon, wood-fired beef roast, gravy, and Yorkshire puddings.

Simply put, we’re serving a dinner with a list of very fine Scotch that you rarely see lined up in one place.  So, whether you are a lover of Scotch or a novice waiting to learn it all: you will have a veritable delight at your fingertips with six different pours taking you on a journey through Orkney and Speyside.

The seats will fill fast, so please reserve soon for a lower price per seat.

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WHEN: 6:30pm on Sunday, November 16, 2014
WHERE: Raven & Rose in the Ladd Dining Room | 1331 SW Broadway
COST: $80 per seat for reservations made by November 9 & $100 after – price includes Scotch & a traditional English-style feast.  Gratuity not included.
WHO: 21+ | Very limited seating available!
HOW: Reservation required  by emailing natalia@ravenandrosepdx.com

We’re continuing our brewers’ dinner series with Sunday supper with The Commons Brewery.

One our our most favorite Portland breweries, The Commons is a small craft brewery located in Southeast. Their beers are inspired by European brewing tradition and Northwest-grown ingredients. They take a very hands-on approach to brewing extremely small-batch beers and we’re lucky to be showcasing five of our favorites for this fall dinner.

The beer line-up will be paired with our traditional Sunday roast supper, which has become one of our most popular services.  A traditional meal enjoyed by folks from the British Isles, the Sunday roast consists of roasted meats, potatoes, and accompaniments like seasonal vegetables and Yorkshire pudding with gravy.

Welcome Snacks & Beer
   BEER #1: Gøse, German-style tart, wheat beer finished with coriander and sea salt.

English-style Roast Supper & Beer Flight Pairing
Field Greens, radishes, spiced pumpkin seeds, red wine vinaigrette

BEER #2: Nectarine Urban Farmhouse, their flagship beer finished on fresh Baird Family Orchard nectarines
BEER # 3: Saison v4, blonde saison with tropical fruit notes and a firm earthy hop profile
BEER # 4: Unnamed Chili Saison, a light saison finished with lemon drop peppers and lemon zest.

Mains
  Beef Tri-Tip  & Oregon King Salmon
Portland Farmers’ Market Sides Like:
Oven-roasted Peppers & potatoes, olive oil, lemon, sea salt
Roasted Farm carrots & Beets, celery root puree
Fried Cauliflower, anchovy salt, sunflower seeds, manchego

 Dessert Pairing
  BEER #5: Pumpernickel Rye Saison, dark saison brewed with dark rye bread made by Little T and finished with cardamom and caraway

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In the historic Ladd Carriage House dining room |  1331 SW Broadway

50 dollars per seat, not including gratuity.
To reserve, email natalia@ravenandrosepdx.com

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