23 Hoyt, 529 NW Twenty-third Avenue at Hoyt Street
Works from PDX Contemporary Artsits DE May, Tad Savenor, Elizabeth Knight, Storm Tharp, Cynthia Lahti, Jacques Flechemueller, and Adam Sorenson hang in this new American tavern.
Bijou Cafe, 132 SW 3rd Avenue
Enjoy art over breakfast, including Drake Deknatel’s 2005 painting “Grandpa’s Leg (yellow)”. Deknatel is represented by Elizabeth Leach Gallery.
Bluehour, 250 NW 13th Avenue
James Lavadour’s “Hollow” and Molly Vidor’s “Elephant” grace this Pearl District Mediterranean eatery. Both artists are represented by PDX Contemporary Art.
Castagna, 1752 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
While sampling a seasonal, prix-fixe menu, you’ll be surrounded with works by Butters Gallery, Ltd artists David Geiser, Ming Fay, Howard Hersh, Rebecca Welch, and Doug Shaffer.
Clarklewis, 1001 SE Water Ave # 160
Elizabeth Leach Gallery’s Joe Thurston shows paintings in both the main dining room and Kindling room.
Davis Street Tavern, 500 NW Davis Street
Butters Gallery has several pieces on display by artists Carolyn Cole, Adam Shaw, Ming Fey, Elise Wagner, David Geiser, Burnd Haussmann, and Monroe Hotter
Genoa Restaurant, 2832 SE Belmont Street
Enjoy Lauria Danial’s 2007 painting “Hinterland” while savoring fine Italian dining. Danial is represented by Froelick Gallery.
Grüner Restaurant, 527 SW 12th Avenue
PDX Contemporary’s Lisa Lockhart displays one of her mixed-media works in this Alpine-inspired dining destination.
Little Bird Bistro, 219 SW 6th Avenue
Leiv Fagering’s 2009 painting “Backyard Scene” brings a little more bird to Little Bird Bistro. Fagering is represented by Froelick Gallery.
Veritable Quandary, 1220 SW 1st Avenue
Two paintings from Froelick Gallery artists Kelly Kievit and Matthew Dennison can be found in this lush, local-foods eatery.