Did you know that Brad Cloepfil’s architecture firm designed our sister restaurant Saucebox back in 1995? It was at Saucebox that Dan Wieden discovered Allied Works. As an emerging company in the late 1990s, Allied Works was hired by Dan Wieden, founder of Wieden+Kennedy, to design their global headquarters in Portland. Together, the two firms identified a derelict warehouse in the city’s emerging Pearl District and embarked on an ambitious plan for its transformation. In early 2000, the two approached Bruce Carey at Zefiro with an idea to move his venerable restaurant to a new location in the NW cornerstone of their new building. That idea evolved into what is now Bluehour, which opened in September of 2000.
New Summer Menu in Full Bloom
Our chefs find inspiration in this warm season’s bounty of delicious fruits and vegetables to create distinctive and exquisite dinners, happy hour snacks, desserts, and casual cafe cravings. Pictured here is Pastry Chef, Kate Jentges’ scrumptious new cream cake dessert with fresh, local marionberries. See Kate’s full dessert menu below.
Bluehour is your best bet for delicious, elegantly presented food and friendly, professional service.