- $12 for $20 worth of Pacific Northwest–inspired cuisine for two, served Monday–Friday after 4 p.m.
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For the chefs and mixologists at Pink Rose, inspiration is all around. Regional ingredients dominate the menu, which features Carlton Farms pork, Painted Hills beef, Draper Valley chicken, Tillamook cheddar, and Rogue Creamery blue and swiss cheeses alongside other local delicacies. These lend freshness and local character to comforting dishes such as buttermilk fried chicken served atop a malted waffle, mushrooms stuffed with manchego cheese and house-made beef chorizo, and the Rose Burger: a Painted Hills beef patty loaded with bacon, tobacco onions, and dijon aioli, sandwiched by a Fleur de Lis potato bun.
There's a loungey vibe in Pink Rose's dimly glowing, subterranean dining room. Dangling Edison bulbs act as guide stars in a wood- and mirror-clad space lined with banquets that invite long evenings—although the large street-level patio might have more pull when the weather's good. Bartenders spend their evenings pouring drafts of Oregon and Washington beers and mixing specialty cocktails. The occasional entertainment is as locally sourced as the food, including sets from popular DJs and dramatic readings of the area's municipal codes.