Raven & Rose

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

Hours of Operation

OPEN DAILY

Easter Sunday

We welcome you and your family to join us on Easter Sunday.

Brunch is 10am – 2pm
In the dining room with the regular menu available offering ingredients fresh from the Saturday farmer’s market, Spella espresso, Jasmine Pearl Tea Merchants, & a long list of sweets from our pastry kitchen.

 

Easter Sunday Supper  is 3pm – 8pm
Pre fixe roast In the dining room | Regular dinner menu not available
45 dollars per person | 15 per child 12 & under

Choose from freshly carved

Wood-fired porchetta
Or beef prime rib
Or salt-roasted fish

with
gravy & Yorkshire pudding

 

And three farmer’s market small plates

Simple green salad
Grilled calçots, piquillo romesco
Orzo with feta, mint & pea shoots, preserved lemon
Grilled rapini, hen-of-the-woods mushrooms, vinaigrette
Farm cress salad, cheddar, spring mint, pepitas
Salt-roasted purple haze carrots
Leek & morel tarte Saint Germain
Beef-fat-whipped potatoes

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Join us for the Kentucky Derby!

We will watch the world’s fastest sporting event together in the Rookery bar. If you attended last year, you know it was a blast.

Dress in your southern finest, and come to the hayloft.

Benefiting PHAME & Celebrating their 30th Anniversary

PHAME is Portland’s lifelong learning arts school and community for adults with developmental disabilities.

35 dollars per person

•A complimentary julep for everyone
•Full menu of classic cocktails available
•Fancy snacks free from 12:00pm – 2:00pm
•Gifts awarded for those dressed in their Southern finest
•Horse picks available all-day with prizes for winnings
•Raffles for elite prizes
•Kentucky Derby viewing at 3:21 ish
All raffle ticket sales and a portion of the entire event will benefit PHAME. Learn more about their work at phamepdx.org.
Buy tickets here: https://phameacademy.ejoinme.org/derby

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This is a mighty special event for beer lovers, and enthusiasts!  We’re bringing in six Samuel Smith bottled beers for your tasting pleasure!
Join us on Saturday, April 12 from 4pm – 8pm in the Rookery Bar to taste through flights or glass-pours of our favorites from Yorkshire’s oldest brewery, rightfully named The Old Brewery at Tadcaster, which was established in 1758.

Chef Furuta will offer traditional food from the British Isles so you can sit-back, relax on the leather couches, and guzzle the brews of your choice!   If you taste all 6, we will enter you in a drawing – thanks to the folks at Merchant du Vin, for a home-bar kit.  And, because this beer is so special, we will be giving away Samuel Smith glasses to everyone who tastes through all 6 beers!  If that isn’t special treatment, we don’t know what is!

We do hope you will join us for this month’s version of the Brewer’s Social!  And, if you can’t make it on Saturday, the beers will be on all of our menus next week.  Stop by and be beer-nerdy with us!  We want to cheers with you!

 

Samuel Smith

THE BEER LINEUP

Samuel Smith’s Organic Cider (5% ABV):
Bright straw-gold with light body and excellent clarity; clean, pure apple flavor with a gentle, crisp apple-blossom finish. USDA Certified Organic, naturally gluten-free and sparklingly refreshing.

Samuel Smith’s Organic Pale Ale (5% ABV, 31 IBU):
A deep-amber-colored, classic malt-accented English pale ale with caramel notes and a soft fruitiness leading to an herbal hop finish.

Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale (5% ABV, 31 IBU):
Brown Ale, a Specialty of the North of England, is one of the oldest English brewing styles, mentioned in literature in the 16th century. Walnut-like color and a palate of hazelnuts. Wonderful balance of roasted crystal malt and aromatic hops. Long, clean finish.

 Samuel Smith’s Oatmeal Stout (5% ABV, 32 IBU):
A lost style introduced to modern palates by Samuel Smith’s, this Oatmeal Stout is almost opaque, with unusually silky texture and complex, medium-dry velvet palate with roasty, mocha character and a bittersweet finish.

Samuel Smith’s Organic Chocolate Stout (5% ABV, 28 IBU):
Chocolate from organic cocoa nibs beautifully melted to the full bodied, roasty character of a sessionable stout – a magical match! Aromatic and satisfying, with a bold chocolate aroma.

Samuel Smith’s Organic Apricot Ale (5.1% ABV, 14 IBU):
A perfect marriage of brewery with orchard: sweet, summery flavor with slight stone-fruit tartness. Glowing, hazy orange color; full, smooth body.

Sunday Roasts

A traditional meal enjoyed by folks from the British Isles, the Sunday roast consists of roasted meat, potatoes, and accompaniments like seasonal vegetables and Yorkshire pudding.  The tradition started during the England industrial revolution, when Yorkshire families would leave a cut of meat in the oven before going to church on Sunday morning, and the cut would be ready to eat when they arrived home at lunchtime.

Raven & Rose employees are more than just co-workers – we’re a family.  We share hugs every day, high-fives in the halls, and staff meal – or as we call it “family meal” – every night.  We want to extend that joy to our customers. So, we are kicking-off Sunday roasts, starting on April 6.   Carved-to-order meats, daily seasonal vegetables, and delicious sauces.

Our owner Lisa Mygrant and chef Troy Furuta have developed weekly menus, served family-style.  The inaugural Sunday Roast will be an awesome feast featuring a choice of roast meats carved for the table, with a selection of contemporary, seasonal takes on traditional accompaniments.

$35 per person for roast, sauce, potatoes, and a choice of sides for the table. To reserve your place, call Raven & Rose at 503-222-7673.
Regular a la carte menu not available on Sunday evenings in the dining room

Come be a part of our family!  We would love to have you.

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COCKTAIL CLASS

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Bar director David Shenaut and barman Alan Akwai host a series of monthly cocktail classes covering essential classic cocktails, teaching techniques and tools to make them at home.

This class teaches the fundamentals of home bartending, including  cocktail construction and recipes.  Guests will learn four fundamental vintage cocktails that are often misunderstood,  and Akwai and Shenaut will share the cocktails’ history and variations.  By rediscovering these drinks, and teaching the ways they can be made, attendees will come to understand the art behind the flavors of famous cocktails and how best to order them from bartenders.   Most importantly, they will leave class with the knowledge of how to make the beverages perfectly at home.  Everyone loves a dinner party with fine cocktails!

So, come thirsty for adult libations and with a hunger for knowledge – and leave with a new perspective and a shopping list!
We will help help you successfully show off your skills when you entertain at home.

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Sunday, March 30 | 3:00pm – 5:00pm, In the Rookery
$50 per person.  21+ only.  Space limited
To attend or purchase as a gift, contact Natalia@ravenandrosepdx.com

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