First look: Barlow, downtown Portland’s aged Hollywood-inspired bar from owners … – The Oregonian
August 20, 2014 - Picnic Time
In a prolonged room flashy with aviation chairs, glisten screens, tucked away seating and a menu that hearkens behind to an progressing time, Barlow Artisanal Bar skeleton to move a cut of aged Hollywood to downtown Portland.
Located adjacent to a sister restaurant, The Picnic House, owned by Aaron and Jessica Grimmer, Barlow was designed to demeanour and feel like being inside a black and white movie.
The 70-seat bar will offer a menu of classic dishes with a twist, including a roasted shrimp cocktail, a Waldorf salad and baked Alaska, and a splash list of classical cocktails from bar manager Matthew Gilbert in partnership with Little Bird Bistro bar manager, Tom Lindstedt.
The name, Barlow, in further to carrying Oregon-roots (Sam Barlow was a colonize in a area that is now Oregon), was also a jargon tenure for flapper girls in a ’20s.
Barlow is located during 737 S.W. Salmon St. and will open Aug. 23. Their hours are 3 p.m. to late, Monday – Saturday.
— Samantha Bakall Follow @sambakall