Seasonal & local ingredients used to create beautiful and delicious dishes with French influence.
The fall of 1978 saw the opening of a small cafe on the Westmoreland end of Milwaukie Avenue that would have a profound impact on the way Portland looked at dining, and in particular, desserts. Papa Haydn was home to Portland's first espresso machine, and the lines of hungry diners were legendary. The limited menu of European-inspired pastries, sandwiches, soups, and salads soon gave way to an expanded space with a full kitchen and a comprehensive lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch menu. A comprehensive remodel was finished in late 2007, with updates including a full bar, expanded kitchen, and a heated patio.
In 1983, when Northwest 23rd Avenue and the surrounding neighborhood was little more than a hodgepodge of thrift stores, laundromats and run-down Victorians, the second Papa Haydn location opened its doors on the corner of 23rd and Irving. What a difference 27 years makes! Northwest Portland, and 23rd Avenue in particular, is now a bustling, thriving, and vital mix of retail, residential, and restaurants. A mecca for shopping, eating, and people-watching! What hasn't changed, however, is the popularity of this family-owned destination restaurant, as popular with tourists as with locals. The focus remains, as always, on the highest quality foods, beverages, and service.
Ristorante, Negozio di dolci
Breakfast, Coffee, Dinner, Drinks, Lunch
Catering service Suitable for groups Suitable for children Outdoor tables Reservations Takeaway Table service
Booking is NOT mandatory
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