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Whether you’re wanting a multi-course meal with a bottle of wine at Swank or a whiskey or two over happy hour plates at Swine, you’ll relax into the fresh flavors and warmly designed interior.

Swank and Swine is all about polishing up the rugged natural elements; its name alone suggests a playful juxtaposition between the refined and the raw. Portland prides itself in the bountiful Pacific Northwest so readily accessible in any direction, the best restaurants featuring the most current in-season fare, and Swank and Swine is no exception. By dinnertime, the morning haul from the local purveyors has been transformed into brightly colored assemblies on expansive white plates, showcasing the delicious ingredients sourced within miles of downtown.

The warm interior also harkens back to regional roots, rich leathers framed in dark woods and smooth stones with brass accents throughout the space. Swank and Swine backbars alike employ the stapled wood from a deconstructed barn from rural Oregon, the matching black walnut bartops sourced from Camby. Swine’s soaring ceilings are shielded by an arching sound barrier of golden wood planks reminiscent of a whiskey barrel, while a reclaimed copper whiskey still sits behind the tap handles. If you look closely, you’ll even see the bits of newspaper residue still stuck to the grain against the walls, evidence of the old-style insulation of century-old buildings.

Whether you’re wanting a multi-course meal with a bottle of wine at Swank or a whiskey or two over happy hour plates at Swine, you’ll relax into the fresh flavors and warm interior, leaving the crisp autumn days outside.


Swank and Swine is all about polishing up the rugged natural elements; its name alone suggests a playful juxtaposition between the refined and the raw. Portland prides itself in the bountiful Pacific Northwest so readily accessible in any direction, the best restaurants featuring the most current in-season fare, and Swank and Swine is no exception. By dinnertime, the morning haul from the local purveyors has been transformed into brightly colored assemblies on expansive white plates, showcasing the delicious ingredients sourced within miles of downtown.

The warm interior also harkens back to regional roots, rich leathers framed in dark woods and smooth stones with brass accents throughout the space. Swank and Swine backbars alike employ the stapled wood from a deconstructed barn from rural Oregon, the matching black walnut bartops sourced from Camby. Swine’s soaring ceilings are shielded by an arching sound barrier of golden wood planks reminiscent of a whiskey barrel, while a reclaimed copper whiskey still sits behind the tap handles. If you look closely, you’ll even see the bits of newspaper residue still stuck to the grain against the walls, evidence of the old-style insulation of century-old buildings.

located in the paramount hotel

Centrally located downtown in the Paramount Hotel, just across the street from Director’s Park and nestled in Portland’s green park blocks, there’s no shortage of options for entertainment nearby.

Catch a show at the nearby Portland’5 locations or the Fox Tower across the street, or make your way down to the waterfront for the view and latest festivities. Drop your bags and put up your feet after a long day of tax-free shopping at Pioneer Place and the numerous boutiques along the way.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, or happy hour, our fare will delight the tastebuds with the delicious flavors of the Pacific Northwest.

If dining before a show, please let us know so we can properly accommodate your meal.

Centrally located downtown in the Paramount Hotel, just across the street from Director’s Park and nestled in Portland’s green park blocks, there’s no shortage of options for entertainment nearby.

Catch a show at the nearby Portland’5 locations or the Fox Tower across the street, or make your way down to the waterfront for the view and latest festivities. Drop your bags and put up your feet after a long day of tax-free shopping at Pioneer Place and the numerous boutiques along the way.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, or happy hour, our fare will delight the tastebuds with the delicious flavors of the Pacific Northwest.

If dining before a show, please let us know so we can properly accommodate your meal.

808 sw taylor st, portland, or 97205 | (503) 943 5844

Reservations recommended at Swank Restaurant. Walk-ins welcome.

general manager

Ross Favors
ross@swankandswine.com

executive chef

Alexander Sullivan-Parker
alexander@swankandswine.com

sales & marketing

Rita Kriss
rita@swankandswine.com