Laurelhurst Market is a butcher’s shop and a “steakhouse-inspired brasserie,” which doesn’t exactly make it a vegetarian’s haven, but it’s my husband’s favorite and I’ve had plenty of good meals and tasty salads here. I just need to shower when I get home to get the meat smell out.
Servers will help you pick a selection of salad and sides. There should be enough flexibility for vegans and gluten-free eaters, but check the menu online ahead of time. Right now, in early spring, there’s a endive and citrus salad with roasted beets, a “harvest salad” with raw and grilled vegetables on greens, smoked oy.ster mushrooms, roasted baby carrots, roasted potatoes, mac and cheese, onion rings… I’ll bet you could make a decent meal out of that.
When they first opened, they didn’t take reservations. Now they do. Recommended! You can probably walk in early on most weekdays, but peak times will require a wait
Ask and I will tell you about the time I was nine months pregnant with low blood sugar and we went here for our anniversary and I cried for about the first fifteen minutes after we arrived. AWKWARD.
3155 E Burnside