Vote for Best of PDX 2018

Vote for Best of PDX 2018

Woohoo!

We've been nominated for Best Brunch and couldn't be happier. Thanks Portland!

 We are also super stoked our sister bar, The Solo Club, was nominated for Best Bar, Best Cocktail Lounge, AND Best Date Bar- dang!

Good job y'all! Go vote now for your favorites- XOXO

 

Patio Season has begun!

Patio Season has begun!

Is there anything better in Portland? We get a few months outta the year to really soak up the sun and enjoy it with a glass of champagne or a bottle of rosé. Whatever you choose, enjoy it outdoors. Patio is now open! 

Thanks to Eater PDX for giving us a shout out on their recent list 51 Portland Patios to Catch the 2018 Summer Sun

 

Celebrate Oregon Wine Month

Celebrate Oregon Wine Month

We LOVE Oregon wine at Besaw's. The photo above is just a portion of what Oregon reds we have to offer as our focus is based around PNW winemakers. For the month of May we are featuring two different flights to offer a taste of Oregon's finest wines.

Read more about Oregon Wine Month here.

Red Flight

Pinot Noir '15 Lundeen, Willamette Valley 

Pinot Noir '15 Freedom Hill, Walter Scott, Willamette Valley

Syrah Blend '14 Elaina, Ad Lucem, Columbia Valley

 

Rosé Flight

Pinot Noir Rosé '17 Brooks, Willamette Valley

Gewurztraminer Rosé '17 A Frayed Knot, Love and Squalor, Willamette Valley

Syrah Rosé '16 Rustic Rose, Couer du Terre, Willamette Valley

 

 

Besaw's listed for top pancake in Portland!

Besaw's listed for top pancake in Portland!

Besaw’s Buttermilk Pancake

The straight-up ideal of pancakedom: light and bronzed, cooked evenly throughout, with a robust flavor and buttermilk perfume. We discovered it on Day 6 of hate-stuffing our faces with forkfuls of flour and sugar, and still wolfed the whole thing down—it’s that good. The secret? The kitchen whips egg whites to a meringue and then folds ’em into the batter in order to get that “grandma-style fluff.” Best move: package a sturdy single ($4) with excellent, oversize pork sausage links made in-house ($6). Bonus: Soft swirled butter (instead of the ubiquitous Darigold pats), warm syrup, good cocktails, and, for sweet fiends, the cult Dream Cakes ($12)—cream cheese frosted and toffee sauce drizzled. (Think IHOP* special that actually tastes good.) *IHOP is terrible, people." - Karen Brookes & Kelly Clarke of Portland Monthly

https://www.pdxmonthly.com/articles/2017/12/28/the-epic-quest-for-portland-s-perfect-pancake