Steakhouses in Vancouver

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Constructed with wood milled from trees that once stood on the same soil, Riverview Restaurant?s sunlit space boasts high ceilings, exposed wood beams, and a stone-front fireplace, all which helped nab it a spot on OpenTable?s list of top 100 romantic restaurants in the country. Walls hung with original artwork surround linen-topped tables where diners savor plated steaks and seafood dishes tinged with miso, sesame, and other fusion flavors. An extensive wine list serves wine by the glass, bottle, or surreptitiously emptied flower vase, and bartenders swirl signature drinks such as pear martinis and pomegranate mojitos. Massive, floor-to-ceiling windows offer views onto manicured grounds, complete with a gazebo where patrons can reenact the scene in The Sound of Music where Rolf and Liesl cleverly disguise themselves as trees.

29311 SE Stark St.
Troutdale,
OR
US

Inn Between Steak House's menu reads like a post-modern love poem to carnivorous comfort food. The roadhouse-style restaurant?complete with a vintage pinball machine and a stage for live music?serves up everything from philly cheesesteak and sausage bites to grilled hot dogs and steak.

67858 E Highway 26
Welches,
OR
US

Stanford's Restaurant & Bar stays close to home, even as it explores and combines the diverse flavors of the US. In addition to buying fish from the Columbia River, its chefs obtain as many ingredients as possible from Washington and Oregon producers such as Inaba Farms, Ralph?s Greenhouse, and Dungeness Farm. The results: fresh grilled salmon with lemon-chive cream and a rib-eye steak that spends 48 hours marinating in pineapple and soy. As for their combinations, the chefs don't believe land and sea need to remain separate?just look at their Surf & Turf Kobe burger with dungeness crab, b?arnaise sauce, and roasted mushrooms. And both surf and turf tend spend a lot of time together atop the kitchen's wood-fired grill, too, soaking up the smokey flavor of the smoldering logs while coming to realize there aren't so many differences between them after all.

14801 Kruse Oaks Blvd.
Lake Oswego,
OR
US

We offer simple, well made food that appeals to everyone. Angus steaks, fresh seafood, create your own Ninkasi grain fed natural 1/2 pound burgers, sandwiches, fresh salads and appetizers along with fresh desserts that change daily.

211 1st Ave W
Albany,
OR
US

Sweeping views of Foster Lake mix with friendly conversations amid the diners at The Point Restaurant. The eatery specializes in fresh fare, with highlights including seafood, hand-cut Angus steaks, and house-made meatloaf for second dinner. The chefs tackle dishes from inception to finish, including making bread and pies from scratch.

6305 Highway 20
Sweet Home,
OR
US

Chef Peter Gallin had just constructed a custom grill, and was stoking its first fire with applewood harvested from a nearby orchard, when the idea struck him—the name for his Northwest-centric restaurant: Applewood. Though Chef Gallin's restaurant foregrounds its Northwest heritage, it also incorporates recipes gleaned from a childhood spent living in the Asian Pacific Rim with his anthropologist and sociologist parents, as well as French cuisine, and influences from years spent in New Mexico. He incorporates these varied culinary styles while avoiding traditional dishes, instead mingling flavors such as chipotle, lime, ginger, and orange into new incarnations.

Though he favors elegant food presentation when furnishing platters of roasted duck and northwest fish, Gallin uses only regular, relatable ingredients, which make his dishes approachable for all palates and untraceable by detectives. He brews all of the restaurant's soups in-house, designing up to six unique soups each week. West Coast wines, microbrews, and desserts made in-house complement his international appetizers and main courses. The focus on simplicity extends to the restaurant's decor: framed photographs hang above potted plants on rustic side tables, and long communal tables stand next to floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto deep pine forest. Behind a hardwood bar, flanked by exposed brick walls, hangs the giant, hammered steel apple that serves as the restaurant's emblem.

2005 SE 192nd Ave
Camas,
WA
US