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

Spring is in full swing, and we have been having fun at the farmers’ market! Fresh halibut is on the menu, rhubarb is in the drinks, and the patio is open for business! We also have some fun events upcoming, so make a reservation or drop in any old time – we’d love to see you!

easter egg radish

An Insider Scotch Experience in The Rookery Bar

Tuesday, April 19th, 2pm – 4pm

Join Jennifer Wren, whisky expert and Glenfiddich brand Ambassador, for a Spirits Industry insider tasting session to learn about the origins and process of creating the world’s finest scotches. Settle in with some of Dave Shenaut’s delicious whisky punch as you discover the rich history behind the world’s most awarded single malt Scotch. Then Jennifer will guide you through a detailed tasting journey of the excellent Glenfiddich range. This event is a lively and fun experience for Scotch lovers and whisky newbies alike!


No cost to attend, but seats are limited & reservations are required (and the event is, of course, 21+). Please RSVP by emailing aj@ravenandrosepdx.com or by calling the restaurant at 503-222-ROSE (7673).

Mothers’ Day is less than a month away!

Sunday, May 8th

Brunch 9am – 3pm

Bring the family and join us for Mothers’ Day brunch!  We will be open 9am to 3pm and serving our regular brunch menu plus beautiful seasonal brunch specials to help you celebrate.  Check our website at www.ravenandrosepdx.com as we get closer to the date for more information on specials. Mothers’ Day is the busiest restaurant day of the year in the United States, so it’s never to early to make your reservation!

Reservations strongly recommended, credit card required to hold.

Visit www.ravenandrosepdx.com or call 503-222-ROSE(7673) to reserve.

Spring is in the air and it’s time to celebrate all things new, fresh, and green! Upcoming at Raven & Rose and The Rookery Bar:

  • St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17th
  • Oak & Smoke cocktail class, Saturday, March 19th
  • Easter Brunch, Sunday, March 27th

St. Patrick’s Day – Thursday, March 17th

Looking for your annual Corned Beef & Cabbage fix? Look no further! Paddy’s Day is an extra special holiday here at Raven & Rose, as we celebrate our Emerald Isle roots. We will be open all day for business as usual, featuring our favorite Irish offerings such as Ballymaloe chicken liver pâté, the Fisherman’s Board, and West Cork Rabbit two ways, as well as our famous house-corned beef in dishes on every menu.

ballymaloe chicken liver pate

For the 21 & over crowd, head upstairs for an Irish coffee or our new exclusive Black Irish Stout from Agrarian Ales. Tyler Carson will be manning the fiddle for a convivial night of live music in The Rookery Bar. Join us!

Easter Brunch – Sunday, March 27th

Open 9 am to 3 pm!

Easter comes super early this year and we are ready to help you celebrate. The dining room will be open with extra long holiday brunch hours and delicious specials, so reserve today and bring the whole family!

Easter brunch specials:

  • Buttermilk Fried Rabbit, cheddar biscuits & country gravy
  • Dungeness Crab Benedict
  • Prime Rib of Grass-Fed Beef, roasted fingerlings, spring rapini, Yorkshire pudding & gravy
  • Roasted Leg of Spring Lamb, minted jus, cipollinis, mushrooms, polenta

Reservations highly recommended. Call 503-222-7673 or visit www.ravenandrosepdx.com to reserve. Credit card required to hold.

The Rookery Bar at Raven & Rose is participating in Portland Dining Month this year, featuring a three-course dinner for $29 every night we’re open during the month of March.

Every March, more than 100 Portland restaurants serve up three courses for just $29 nightly for Portland Dining Month. 2016 sponsors include Columbia Distributing, the Oregon Wine Board, Uber, OpenTable, Sysco, and The Oregonian. See the full list of participating restaurants here.

Portland Dining Month Food Menu

Portland Dining Month Menu

  • First Course: Farm greens, radish, carrot, zinfandel vinaigrette
  • Second Course: Red-wine braised beef short ribs
  • Third Course: Meyer lemon ice cream, brown butter shortbread

As a complement to this dinner menu, we’re also offering a flight of Oregon Pinot Noir for $20, featuring three beautiful wines from White Rose Estate in Dundee Hills.

Pinot Noir Flight
$20, 3 ounces each

  1. 2014 White Rose Estate
  2. 2014 Guillén Esteban
  3. 2013 White Rose Estate Durant Vineyards

Portland Dining Month Wine Flight

Menu Available During These Rookery Bar Hours

  • Tuesday-Wednesday: 5pm-9pm
  • Thursday-Saturday: 5pm-10pm
  • [Closed Sunday & Monday]

Please note:

  • walk-ins only; no reservations
  • Portland Dining Month menu is available in The Rookery Bar (21+) only, and is not available in the downstairs dining room.
  • Portland Dining Month menu is available while quantities last.

Last week, we announced Daniel Mondok’s move into our kitchen as Executive Chef. We are thrilled to put our vision of historic, classic, British Isles-inspired cuisine into the talented hands and decades of experience that Daniel brings to the restaurant. For more information, highlights from the press release are below:

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The beginning of 2016 marked the third anniversary of Raven & Rose restaurant and The Rookery Bar, housed in the Portland Art District’s historic Ladd Carriage House from 1883. At this milestone, owner Lisa Mygrant is proud to announce that her friend and colleague, Daniel Mondok, has taken over the kitchen as Executive Chef.

chef daniel mondok - raven & rose

Together, Mondok and Mygrant are working to strengthen and deepen the restaurant’s focus on the cuisine of the British Isles.

“My time living and cooking in both London and Ireland opened my eyes to a world of food that I hadn’t previously understood,” says Mygrant. “There is a depth, a breadth and a history to the cuisine of this region that many people are unaware of, and that is definitely worth exploring and celebrating.”

The restaurant and bar’s much-lauded beverage program, directed by famed Portland barman David Shenaut, is strongly rooted in history, paying homage to the long history of the building in which Raven & Rose is housed. Classic cocktails, single-barrel spirits, and cask-conditioned beers are all nods to the 1800s, when the carriage house was built. In this same vein, Mondok and Mygrant are excited to bring a historic element to the food menu as well.

“We have been having a lot of fun researching historic recipes from the British Isles,” says Mondok. “For example, the oldest collection of recipes in the English language was from the cooks of the court of King Richard II, written in 1390 called, ‘The Forme of Cury.’ From this, we have created our version of a dish called ‘Ryse & Flesh,’ which is a recipe for rice cooked slowly with meat stock and saffron. We are also serving ‘Salmagundy,’ an elaborate medieval salad.”


Adding to the restaurant’s long-standing list of classic dishes, such as fish & chips, shepherd’s pie, house-corned beef, stuffed Yorkshire pudding, and full Irish breakfasts, are new offerings such as “West Cork Rabbit Two Ways” and “Ballymaloe Chicken Liver Pate.” Mygrant acquired these shining examples of Irish cuisine while attending Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork, Ireland. She credits this experience with sprouting the conceptual seeds of Raven & Rose’s food program and commitment to sustainability.

corned beef & fish and chips

“We’re just getting started,” says Mygrant. “Research trips to the British Isles are in our near future, and we look forward to bringing back knowledge and recipes to share with our customers for years to come!”

More than ever before, patrons can enjoy authentic British Isles’ cuisine while sipping on classic cocktails between the walls of one of Portland’s most iconic historic buildings.

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About Raven & Rose

Opened on New Year’s Eve of 2012, Raven & Rose offers classic farmhouse cookery and fine cocktails in Portland’s historic Ladd Carriage House. The restaurant’s menu draws inspiration from the Irish and British countryside, driven by simple, pristinely sourced ingredients and exceptional execution in an atmosphere that is warm, welcoming and attentive. The Rookery — the upstairs bar — provides an exclusive hideaway for sipping cocktails and craft beverages inspired by the building’s exuberant history. For the restaurant’s continuous effort to limit its environmental impact, the restored landmark garners a LEED Gold Certification.

raven and rose valentine's day

The details of our special Valentine’s weekend tasting menus have arrived! We are excited to offer both an omnivore menu and a vegetarian menu for this special holiday! Join us Saturday, February 13th OR Sunday, February 14th to celebrate with your special someone.

**Yes! We are open for dinner on Valentine’s Day Sunday!**

Please note: Saturday, February 13th tasting menus are available with advance booking only. Our regular a la carte dinner menu will also be on offer Saturday night. On Sunday, February 14th, we will offer the tasting menus ONLY, reservations required. The Rookery Bar will not be open for regular bar service on Sunday, February 14th.

Call 503-222-ROSE (7673) or visit Raven & Rose to reserve. See below for both our omnivore and vegetarian menu options.

Omnivore Tasting Menu

$80 per person

(please notify us of any dietary restrictions when making your reservation)

butter-glazed oyster, caviar

carrots four ways, toasted farro, yogurt, fennel pollen

buttered lobster roll, Maine lobster, Oregon bay shrimp, brioche, Irish butter, preserved lemon, herbs

fillet of grass-fed beef, red wine sauce, caramelized onions, Blacksticks English blue, butter, Yorkshire pudding


(your choice of)
dark chocolate bakewell tart, blood orange caramel, salted caramel ice cream


meyer lemon pudding cake, crisp lavender meringue, whipped cream

*local raw oysters with mignonette, and housemade foie gras torchon will be available as supplements to the tasting menu

Vegetarian Tasting Menu

(must be booked when reservation is made)

eggplant caviar, roasted peppers, rye toast

Carrots Four Ways, toasted farro, yogurt, fennel pollen

Blue Kuri Squash Parisian Gnocchi, pickled fennel, parsley & caper sauce

Winter Vegetable Pot-au-Feu, potato “marrow,” savory broth, garden herbs


(your choice of)
Dark Chocolate Bakewell Tart, blood orange caramel, salted caramel ice cream


Meyer Lemon Pudding Cake, crisp lavender meringue, whipped cream

*a selection of housemade sorbets (vegan) will also be available

valentine's day cocktail

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