Gresham /ˈɡrɛʃəm/ is a city located in Multnomah County, Oregon, in the United States, immediately east of Portland. Though it began as a settlement in the mid-1800s, it was not officially incorporated as a city until 1905; it was named after Walter Quinton Gresham, the American Civil War general and United States Postmaster General.
Things to do in Gresham
4.5 based on 158 reviews
This is the newest location of Nicholas Restaurant, serving authentic Lebanese food in beautiful downtown Gresham. Convenient free public parking nearby, as well as street parking. Escape the hustle and bustle of the big city and have a relaxed meal with family, friends, and colleagues. Vegetarian and vegan options. Gluten-free bread for purchase or enjoy our free large pita, served hot from the oven. Best hummus in town. Dieter's menu for those counting calories. Beer and wine served. Turkish coffee. Scrumptious desserts.We also cater for meetings and events. All this and more can be found on our website. If you're traveling to the Portland area, schedule a little time to visit downtown Gresham.
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Greeted immediately upon entering and seated right away. Almost instantaneously had a pizza-size piece of flatbread served with sesame seed, thyme, olive oil dip set down! That would be a meal in itself, but I ordered M’Jadra and it was fantastic! The lentils and rice done perfectly!
A definite recommend!! Go out of your way to get here, you won’t be disappointed!
4 based on 293 reviews
My wife and I eat here on our last day and we both had wonderful breakfasts. good service. looking forward to coming back
4.5 based on 161 reviews
We had the truffle Parmesan fries, but found the seasoning too much. As was the seasoning the Hawaiian burger. It had teriyaki sauce, ham (which I removed) and not enough pineapple and mango salsa. I found it nearly inedible.
The place had music playing too loud, though some might like it. Felt like I wasted my money.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Serving amazing breakfast and lunch all day, everyday! We have great specials and even better bloody mary's. We host private parties at night. Seasonal Patio Seating and a kid's play area. Recently remodeled.
We went to Sweet Betty's based on other peoples reviews! We are in full agreement that the food was excellent and so was the service by our server Holly! We ordered a classic breakfast which was bacon eggs and you can get a pancake instead of toast and home fries! The pancake was as big as the plate and it was delicious! Some of the best comprise we ever had! The place is pricey even by New York City standards, an average breakfast was $10 a person! So if you're looking for an inexpensive place to eat this is not it! The cream come served in a baby bottle for your coffee so be prepared! The place is very casual and very busy on a Thursday morning, however we did not have to wait at all for a table and the breakfast came within five minutes.
4 based on 187 reviews
Truffle Hunter is a great dining experience if you're looking for something out of the ordinary. The restaurant is located inside of a large old home and has been converted into a series of dining rooms and also a long enclosed veranda area.
Practically everything (if not everything) on the menu is made from scratch. Nothing quite beats homemade bread... except maybe a homemade sandwich... as big as your head. Seriously, half a sandwich will fill you... but with enough practice you might be able to eat a whole one. Typically I'll eat half for lunch and the other half for dinner.
I don't know about you, but old fashioned cooking is the next best thing to going home.
Fresh ingredients, large portions, everything made from scratch... and don't forget the pie. By the way... the pie crust is made fresh from scratch too. You can definitely taste the difference. :-)
4 based on 105 reviews
Relative birthday lunch. Good comfort food at reasonable prices. Service was attentive, but not overbearing. Without asking our guest got a cupcake with candle.
4 based on 120 reviews
The italian food: The best in town and maybe in the great Portland area
The setting: Nice, high ceilings, good atmosphere
The service: Relaxed, no hurry, great
The cooks: The best of the place. Three mexican cooks making the best italian food at high speed. What a great effort. All the credit to the boys... Thanks amigos
4 based on 59 reviews
A Northwest favorite since 1960. Our 25 locally owned Elmer's Restaurants take pride in their communities and source local, farm-fresh ingredients.
Elmers has the greatest choices for breakfasts! My friends stated the eggs Benedict was the best in town. I had the German pancake and it was delicious! My husband had a waffle and enjoyed his meal! The staff was friendly and filled our coffee cups without being asked. I recommend Elmers in Gresham for a great variety of breakfasts (all day).
5 based on 25 reviews
We had the chicken and rice curry, humus, meatloaf and cucumber & tomato salad with an iced turkish coffee. Sat at 1 of the 9 small tables. It was all very good with the coffee being an acquired taste. The curry though is what we had to order another container of to go so we could have more and share with kids. All up with extra container was $25 for the two of us for lunch. Oh, and lots of Gluten Free options and they are willing to customize things for us too!
4.5 based on 31 reviews
The couple who own this restaurant and coffee shop are totally hands-on, and everything is done perfectly. We came in on a slow, rainy day, and our lunches were absolutely fresh and prepared to order. They didn't cut any corners to save money on a slow day. The place is spotless. The espresso drinks and coffee and the baked goods were every bit as good as the lunch sandwiches and entrees. I know, because I went back for a scone later. Excellent pizza, too. Nice and comfortable décor.
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