One way to make sure you're cooking with the freshest ingredients is to grow them yourself. Meriwether's grows the produce it serves at its own Skyline Farm and is proud to be among only a handful of truly farm-to-table restaurants across the country. Our menus are inspired by the Willamette Valley's peak-of-the-season abundance... Read more about our restaurant »
From craft cocktails to decadent desserts and everything in between, Meriwether’s menus celebrate the bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Seasonal ingredients from our own Skyline Farm, complemented by the best from local farmers and ranchers, winemakers, brewers and distillers, inspire our Chefs to create dishes that satisfy and delight with full-flavored, peak-of-the-season freshness. See our menus »
Meriwether's lush gardens are the perfect setting for everything from outdoor dining to special occasions large and small. Three distinct garden areas designed by Margaret de Haas van Dorsser, a renowned local designer specializing in all-season gardens, including a sunken patio, a meandering circular garden and a gazebo with a fire pit. Read more about our gardens »
The relationship between farmer, chef and diner has never been more intimate. With customers as curious about the source of their food and its path to their plate as how it tastes, we've made it a priority to shorten the distance between the field and Meriwether's kitchen. Read more about our farm »
Meriwether's Restaurant is situated on the site of Portland's 1905 World's Fair, the "Lewis and Clark Exposition." The historic building sits at the entrance to the fair, on the corner of NW 26th Avenue and Vaughn Street in Northwest Portland's industrial area. Read more about our story »
Please join us for merriment and mischief when we resume our popular Sunday Supper series beginning on Month, Date, Time at Meriwether's Restaurant and Skyline Farm. We are excited that our first 2011 Sunday Supper happens so close to Halloween.  Read more about our happeninngs »
At Meriwether's, we know how to throw a good party. Walt Disney, a man who knew a thing or two about making people happy said, "Do what you do so well that they will want to see you again and bring their friends." Read more about our events »
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