Tanner Creek Tavern is Portland chef and restaurateur David Machado’s newest eating and drinking establishment in the Pearl District. Our 5,000 square foot space is at NW 9th and Everett, next door to the new Hampton Inn Suites. Chef Trevor Payne leads our team in the kitchen. His menu emphasizes seasonal, approachable tavern fare with inspiration and flavors from around the world. We offer a full bar with 12 tap handles of Oregon craft beers, ciders, and meads. Our innovative wine list created by David Holstrom focuses on producers from the southern hemispheres, with up-and-coming vintages from Chile, Argentina, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. We also showcase a selection of fine Southern Oregon wines.
The décor in the dining room, lounge area, bar, two private dining rooms, and outdoor seating, will link to the city’s early industrial history with concrete, steel, reclaimed Douglas Fir beams, tile, and glass.
Tanner Creek was named for an old tannery built by an early Portland settler in 1845. It still traces an underground path beneath the Pearl and flows into the Willamette River near the Broadway Bridge.
Happy hour daily from 4 to 6 PM.