Three Degrees Waterfront Bar & Grill
1510 SW Harbor Way, Portland, OR 97201
Parking: Garage, Street, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Fine Dining, Family Style, American, Fast Food, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Seafood, Bar & Grills
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
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05/27/2012Provided by Citysearch -
The hotel looked really nice. And that's about the only positive thing I will say about it. The bed was atrociously uncomfortable. It was super firm. The pillows, by contrast, were comically large and fluffy but didn't really have any give. My neck ended up being in an L shape all night. I woke up after 4 hours of sleep with a pinched nerve. At that point, my newlywed husband and I decided to get room service. They had a diminished menu so late at night, which was fine. We just didn't want to pay $9 for a candy bar from the room's bar. They didn't have everything that was in the snack basket package, and substituted the tillamook cheese with pre-cut hamburger cheese slices that was stale and old. And the ""seasonal fruit"" they provided was an orange. Not even cut or anything, just plopped carelessly in the basket. It was a giant disappointment for our first night as husband and wife. I will definitely never stay at another Kimpton hotel if I can help it. I've stayed in cheap motels that had better accommodations.
12/18/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We went there for our family's holiday dinner last night...the food was horrible, and the service was minimal and slow. Our waitress was fairly nice, but we saw very little of her...we never saw her again once our food was served...never an offer for a dessert menu, and we had to track down someone to even get the check. I left there very disappointed, and will never return!
01/22/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I've been here a few times now both for business dinners and with my family. The staff has always been extremely professional and knowledgeable and made me feel like i am dining at a 5 star restaurant. In addition all the food was amazing, made from local seasonal ingredients, and incredibly tasty.
Would highly reccommend to everyone!
06/30/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Went to dinner here with a group of friends for my birthday. When we walked in there was no one at the host desk, we stood there for 5 minutes waiting for someone to come up to us. Multiple waiters saw us and yet no one bothered to even say it will be just a minute, or let me get the host for you. It took forever for the waiter to even bring us water. Then even longer to take our order. It wasn't busy so I don't know what was going on. When we ordered our drinks my husband didn't get what he had ordered, either time. The waiter poured soup all over one person in our party. We asked for another round of drinks, she didn't even look at what we had ordered the first time and I got something totally off. I had the lamb for dinner and it was terrible. Some of it was burnt to a crispy black, other parts were too full of grissel to eat. My carrots that came with it were not cooked all the way, in fact they were almost raw. I think out of 6 of us, one person liked their food and that was because she ordered a salad. After all this the waiter took even longer to bring us our bill. I say don't waste your time here.
07/28/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We ate there last night. The stared items are happy hour items but you can not have a salad instead of fries even though the menu says they are offered. We spoke to the manager and she was defensive and said they serve thousands and no one complained before. Food was poor quality as well. Not the same place...
06/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
There was no riesling or merlot by the glass. A glass of cabernet was $11. We had 2 bottles of wine, averaging $50 each. I had the roasted beet salad and sole, neither of which was special. Even at much lower prices, it was not what I would return to. There is much greater value to be had in Portland. Sorry.