The Woodsman Tavern

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4537 Southeast Division Street
Portland, OR
Monday - Friday: 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
971.373.8264 | Website

The first restaurant from Stumptown founder Duane Sorenson—whose brood now includes Ava Gene’s and Roman Candle—The Woodsman has always boasted a top-notch beverage program. The prototypical Portland restaurant, all Edison bulbs and reclaimed wood, the place practically begs for you to order a glass of whiskey. And while the list of brown spirits is worth a trip alone, the wine program remains one of the most concise and avant-garde in the city. The list skews French, but detours are encouraged, particularly if they lead to the “Italian Reds” section.

Known For
  • French wine
  • lots of whiskey
  • craft cocktails
  • full menu
  • brunch
What to drink

Whiskey, cocktails, anything French or Italian on the wine front.

Neighborhood
Southeast →
ProTip

Need one more after the Woodsman closes? Stumble up the street to the Landmark, because every Portland night should end at a honky tonk bar.

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