Looking for a steakhouse Portland, Oregon?

We were too, and that’s how we found Ringside Steakhouse!

Ringside Steakhouse

In downtown Portland, Oregon is the popular Ringside Steakhouse.

Earlier this summer the kids and I headed over there for a beautiful meal.

Ringside Steakhouse serves Northwest USDA Prime and Certified Angus Natural Beef. Steaks are aged a minimum of four weeks, hand carved on the premises, seasoned and grilled to perfection. They house one of Portland’s only on-site dry-aging rooms, and guests can select from an array of beef choices, chops, chicken and Pacific Northwest seafood.img 0798 2 The onion rings really are the best in Portland. I thought they were the best onion rings I’ve ever had. We now come here just to eat onion rings. The ones shown in the photo are the large portion for $11.75. Now, I am frugal so I know this is too much to spend on onion rings, but they are just so dang good.

Also in that photo is the happy hour calamari. It was okay. I wouldn’t order it again.

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Noah ordered the salmon and seemed extremely pleased with it. Now, as a gal from West Texas I have a hard time understanding why one of my children would order fish when they have incredible steaks available, but when the salmon came out even I had to admit it looked good.

And it’s obvious that Jonah was happy with his food. Granted, he hadn’t tried it yet, he just loves to pose.  He had a kid’s hamburger. img 0801 1

Eden ordered the Filet Mignon 6 ounce portion for $35.

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I went with the ribeye which you can get bone in or no bone for $42 – $45. It was phenomenal. I washed it down with the beer tasters. They have over 700 wines available. img 0804 1

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All of us split a side of brussel sprouts. These are not always on the menu so when they are I recommend you get them. img 0805 1


You know how I feel about kid-friendly happy hours in Portland. Ringside Grill has happy hour everyday starting at 2:30 P.M.


Unbelievably none of us saved room for dessert. I am unsure if this is the first time this has happened. The dessert menu sounded awesome, so when we next return we will “research”.  We also have to try their weekend brunch sometime. I’ve heard good things about it.



Dinner Hours: 

Mon. – Wed. 5pm to 11:30pm

Thurs. – Sat. 5pm to 12am

Sundays: 4pm to 11:30pm

Happy Hour: Mon. – Sat. 9:30 – close • Sundays: 4pm – 5:30pm & 9:30 – close




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