Huber's Restaurant - Portland
Huber's has been around since 1879 in the southwest Portland neighborhood, making it the city's oldest restaurant. The decor is reminiscent of that era, particularly the bar and cathedral ceiling. Back in the 1890s, customers came for beer and the homestyle turkey sandwiches. Today, loyal followers go for traditional turkey dinners, plus burgers, steak entrees, pastas, and more.
All steaks are Certified Angus beef, and there are three options. There's an eight-ounce tenderloin flame-broiled and topped with merlot butter. Also, you'll find the Montreal Gorgonzola Filet, the eight-ounce filet flavored with Montreal seasoning, then flame-broiled and topped with gorgonzola cheese gratinée and a port wine demi-glace. And finally, there is beef Stroganoff, eight ounces of tenderloin sautéed with garlic, shallots, and mushrooms, then simmered in a red wine demi-glace and tossed with fettuccine and sour cream.