at 822 SW 2nd Ave, Portland, 97204 United States
Southwest-inspired, fast-casual eatery in the heart of downtown Portland, OR. High Noon features frybread, arepas, salad and an elevated cocktail program.
The idea for High Noon, Aaron & Jessica Grimmer's (Barlow, Picnic House) new quick-serve concept that features an elevated bar program, developed around Jessica's nostalgic love of Navajo frybread, a favorite memory of summer festivals during her childhood in southern Utah. Frybread, known also as a "Navajo taco", is crisp fried dough covered with chili, meats, vegetables and cheeses. Head chef Casey Gipson has created a menu that highlights the frybread, but also features street corn, tortilla soup, and dessert cones. Every ingredient is locally-sourced and scratch-made. Consultant Tom Lindstedt's bar program aims to highlight the sweet and savory components of agave spirits and other flavors associated with the southwest, while offering a refreshing take on the Old West. Tequila, mescal and rye are mixed sensibly in accessible offerings that are creatively paired with the menu items. Gluten-free and vegan options available. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. To-go ordering available.
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