Portland’s oldest restaurant (established in 1879) boasts roast turkey all year long. Try one of their decadent Spanish coffees — it will knock your socks off.
A great first meal
First meal in Portland and this was an excellent choice! Ham dinner and turkey club were delicious and perfect portion size. The crème brûlée was good, but the magic was when we ordered the Spanish coffee! Prepared table side, it was mostly alcohol and it was literally on fire. Highly recommend Hubers!!
Super service, solid food
We went for dinner at Huber's on a recent stay in downtown Portland after a week in Seaside. After the week of seafood, we were looking for some good "landfood" and Huber's was close. For those of you who have stayed in downtown Portland, you may understand why we were wanting something close by... We arrived for dinner at 6:00. The service was prompt and professional. We had calamari fritta for our appetizer which was actually on special as part of happy hour. It was okay, not the best we've had and not the worst. For our mains, we both ordered some form of turkey dinner. I had the roast turkey with mashed potatoes and swapped out the stuffing for the roast yams - absolutely no issue with doing this. My husband had the drumstick dinner. The plates arrived and the serving was much larger than what it appears on the pictures online. Both meals were very tasty and we enjoyed them very much. My husband finished his meal with a Spanish coffee, flamed table side and the largest serving of Tiramisu we've ever seen. All in all a lovely meal. Some of the decor could use some sprucing up. We noticed that one of the beautiful ceiling panels you see was broken and sagging and some of the air vent covers were in very bad shape. But it certainly maintains some of the character one would expect in a building this old.
We went for the turkey dinner
This place was recommended and it was worth it! The turkey dinner was better than moms! The gravy was outstanding! We also tried their specialty Spanish coffee and it was great (plus it'll put a little hair on your chest). The cocktails were also very good and perfectly presented. I highly recommend! The decor is super unique and gives a 1950s vibe. I loved it. The staff were also very friendly.
Huber’s hidden heaven
Portland’s oldest restaurant. A hidden entrance next door to a barbershop leads you to a unique architectural and culinary experience. A three vaulted Art Deco glass ceiling and long mahogany bar makes the visit worthwhile before you’ve even sat down. Do make sure to reserve as this is an exceptionally popular restaurant and bar. The welcome received from the staff, and the food and drink offered are exceptionally high. Do not miss the Spanish Coffee which is the signature drink poured with great aplomb by the barstaff. If you are coming to Portland do not miss Hubert’s!
This is our go-to restaurant in Portland for longer than I care to say.
We’ve been going here consistently since the 1980s, first for the late night Spanish Coffees and now for the turkey dinners (and the Spanish Coffees too). Same owners after all of this time, a rarity in the PDX hospitality business. Great old-school ambiance.