Wilfs Gift Certificates

Published on December 17, 2014 by in News, Wilfs News

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Give the gift of a great experience at Wilfs! Our gift cards make perfect gifts for the special people in your life! Buy $100 and get $25, and buy $200 and get $50! Please call 503-223-0070 for details.

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Portland Dining Month 2014

Published on March 3, 2014 by in Events, News, Wilfs News

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Enjoy a Three-Course Meal at Wilfs for $29

Your key to the city is a fork. Explore Downtown Portland and beyond this March, when more than 90 restaurants serve up three tasty courses for just $29. Tastes to excite. Savings to savor. In addition to being the best time to eat your way around the city, a donation is made to the Oregon Food Bank with each OpenTable reservation.

  • First course (choose one): Cup of French onion soup, oven-baked with Swiss and Grana Padano cheese -OR- Fresh greens, plum tomatoes, Rogue blue cheese and toasted pecans with a Madagascar vanilla bean vinaigrette
  • Second course: Semi-poached truffle savory bread pudding topped with a sauté of mushrooms, thyme and truffle oil
  • Third course (choose one): Double R Ranch flank steak marinated in rosemary, thyme, garlic and olive oil, thinly sliced with a wild mushroom demi glace and served with chef’s potato and seasonal veggies -OR- Roasted cauliflower with pepper coulis, creamy polenta and arugula with citrus vinaigrette
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Wilfs is Back!

Published on June 13, 2012 by in News, Wilfs News

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The new air system is installed, the carpets replaced, walls painted and the dust has settled – Wilf’s facelift is ready to be seen! We’re open for lunch today at 11:30am and then Ron Steen fires up his Trio at 7:30pm. You can see some photos of the construction chaos on our Facebook page, and then come on down and see the results for yourself … Adele, Candace, Jo-Ann and all the staff have missed you – see you soon!

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Wilfs Will Be Closed 5/19 – 6/12

Published on May 16, 2012 by in News, Wilfs News

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We have some good news and some not-so-good news. First the good news…

Wilfs is Getting a Much Needed Facelift and Renovation!

Hot weather is right around the corner, and we’re gearing up for it … We’re installing a new cooling/heating system, new windows, new carpeting, and our kitchen will also be updated (Chef Deb and staff are excited about that one!) Whew … that’s a lot of work! So, what’s the not-so-good news? Well, construction begins Saturday May 19th and we’ll be closed through June 13th. But, we’ll see your smiling faces back at Wilfs when we re-open on Wednesday, June 13 for lunch at 11:30am serving our famous burgers and Reubens. Then we’ll be serving dinner that night with our traditional live jazz session with – who better top re-open – The Ron Steen Trio all evening long.

Please check our website for construction updates and the June event calendar. And thanks so much for your patience during our renovation. We’ll miss you all while we’re closed…

– The Nofields and Everyone at Wilfs

Updates on Facebook and Twitter

We’ll also be posting construction updates and photos for our friends on FACEBOOK and TWITTER. Start following us now!

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Wilfs Makes a Cameo in Stompin’ Ground

Published on February 18, 2012 by in News, Wilfs News

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Here’s a bit of video for the song, Stompin’ Ground where Wilfs makes a cameo! The song is also the theme for Stompin’ Ground, an original Comcast SportsNet production. It’s a dust-inhaling, dirt-eating, boot-stomping, heart-stopping, good-time rodeo program. It’s a real-life look at the Willis’, an Oregon rodeo family who uphold the ethics & attitudes of the western lifestyle. Take a gander into their unique & chaotic life at theranch and on the road. To the Willis’, rodeo is life. It’s always go-time. Their lifestyle is full of passion, excitement, disappointment, sacrifice, the unexpected & the unbelievable. Learn more at Comcast Sports Net

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We’re excited to share some exciting news! Wilfs Restaurant has been voted by OpenTable.com diners as one of the best in the Portland area, and onto the February 2012 OpenTable Diners’ Choice lists. Diners’ Choice lists are generated by the feedback that OpenTable receive from diners who complete a Dining Feedback Form about the different aspects of their dining experience.

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The “Too Good To Be True” Discount

Published on January 23, 2012 by in Wilfs News

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Sometimes, if it seems to good to be true, it probably is…But on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Wilfs, it is true! Join us for lunch or dinner on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, and you can receive a 18% discount on your entrée food order – all you have to do is ask! Just tell your server that you’d like to receive the Too Good To Be True discount at the time you place your order.

No check-ins, no deadlines, no programs, and nothing to sign-up for!*

All you have to do is ask at Wilfs and get your discount. Here’s an easy way to remember which days we’re offering this discount: we thought about calling this the Too Good to Be Tuesday, or the Why Can’t it Always be Wednesday discount … We’ll see you next Tuesday and Wednesday, and don’t forget to ask!

*Not valid with ‘to go’ orders. Offer only applies to our lunch and dinner food menu on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and can not be used with any other promotion, coupon or offer, or on restaurant holidays. No splits. Gratuity added to parties of 6 or more. This promotion may end at any time at our discretion. Please ask your server for details.

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Dining Month Portland 2011

Published on June 1, 2011 by in Events, Wilfs News

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diningmonthIn June the city’s chef elite, from downtown and beyond, will please every eager palate with select 3-course meals for only $25.

Please join us at Wilfs all month-long and enjoy our special 3-course offering for just $25:

  • First Course – Warm Savory Truffle Bread Pudding
    semi-poached and topped with a sauté of mushrooms and thyme with truffle oil.
  • Second Course – Wilfs Salad of the Week
    seasonal presentation
  • Third Course (choose one)
    – Catch of the Day – Chef’s presentation served with rice, seasonal local vegetables
    – Beef of the Day – Chef’s presentation served with potato, seasonal local vegetables

Wilfs Restaurant & Bar is located at Union Station, just minutes from downtown and the Pearl District. Our chef sources from our local and the Northwest regions to create incredible salads, the best sandwiches, burgers (beef and veggie), prime and tender cuts of beef and lamb. And, fresh halibut, Dungeness crab meat, and seasonal salmon for the seafood lover. Enjoy our specialty house-infused cocktails, local micro brews, and the best wine selection from Oregon and Washington. And the best local and national jazz artists perform Wednesday through Saturday.

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giving_tree_tasha_millerJoin us for a very memorable night!

Help Wilfs celebrate our 36th Anniversary and St. Patrick’s Day with a special evening of music featuring the incomparable Tasha Miller. Tasha will be celebrating her 36th year, too!

Portland favorite, Tasha Miller will be in song and many sparkling shades of green for the evening. Joining her will be her “A-team” of musicians: main man Dan Balmer (guitar), Todd Strait (drums), and Scott Steed (swinging bass). Tasha plans to fill a couple of requests…city of new orleans (for Norm) and red river valley (come and get it, Gail).

Thursday, March 17th from 7:30-10:30pm with a $8 cover. Reservations are very highly recommended: 503-223-0070 (minors welcome!)

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patrick lambOn Tuesday, March 1st, Wilfs and William Hill Estate Winery present a very special evening of music, food and wine featuring local jazz great Patrick Lamb to benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation.

save the musicWilfs Restaurant and William Hill Estate have partnered with the VH1 Save The Music Foundation to raise awareness and funds to further the Foundation’s mission to restore instrumental music education programs in schools across the country. Sales of William Hill Estate wines at Wilfs from March through April 2011 will help increase the contribution to the Foundation at a national level and support music programs in your local community.

Plus, the local distributor of William Hill Estate wines, Odom-Southern Distributors will also make a donation to The Jazz Society of Oregon, a music organization that will allocate funds to benefit local music programs in need at these schools:

  • Duniway Elementary School
  • Lincoln High School
  • Valley Catholic Music School
  • Cleveland High School
  • West Linn High School

Make your reservations now!
Call Wilfs at 503-223-0070 to reserve your space at this not-to-be-missed evening of wine, food and great music, and an even greater cause!

What is the VH1 Save The Music Foundation?
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring instrumental music education in America’s public schools, and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education. Through strategic partnerships with school districts, the Foundation provides brand-new musical instruments to public schools, jump-starting dormant music programs across the country. The Foundation maintains a partnership with the district until instrumental music is in place in every school.

Learn more about Portland jazz musician Patrick Lamb at his website.

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