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Options include bison tartare ($14), bacon-wrapped quail stuffed with black-garlic sausage and foie gras ($19), and Gilt manhattan cocktails with one of five house-infused bourbons ($8). See the current seasonal menu and cocktail list.
The Gilt Club Restaurant caught the attention of national foodies by hosting a James Beard Foundation event and won over the public with its cameo on the first episode of Portlandia. Gilt's owner and manager, Jamie Dunn, opened his first restaurant in Chicago at the age of 24 and now tests his ample restaurateur experience on the West Coast. He prowls through the front of house in shiny gold shoes while executive chef Chris Carriker helms the kitchen, showing off the culinary prowess he featured on Food Network's Meat and Potatoes. His seasonal menus marry European tradition with gourmet local and organic ingredients, such as bone marrow, quail, and truffles, that come from businesses and farms with sustainable practices whenever possible. For groups of six or more, Chris will expand culinary horizons by crafting a custom feast around a specific cut of meat or fish.
Behind the gilded bar, a pair of bartenders whips up Gilt's well-known signature cocktails from an impressive list of 125 spirits, including house-infused liquors spiced with ingredients such as beet, habanero, and blood orange. Bartenders also gussy up vintage cocktails with house-made bitters and introduce taste buds to new concoctions crafted from Dr. Frankenstein's rejected blueprints. Described as "part lab, party swanky James Bond hideaway," by Portland Monthly, Gilt Club's decor swaddles guests in crimson curtains and high-backed booths illuminated by organically shaped chandeliers.
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