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Sapphire Hotel

5008 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97215
Sapphire Hotel Mojo 3/ 5
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Ambiance:
Romantic
Features:
  • Late Night
Amenities:
  • Wifi Hotspot
Products and Services:
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Beer
  • Cocktail Lounges
  • Cocktail Parties
  • Cocktails
  • Mixed Drinks
  • Wines
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markskell
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pandapuff

Wednesday, November 4, 2009
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nice lights and menu
try the cheese plate. i will go back here again and again.

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Pros: loved it
Cons: none
Recommended: Yes
NalaJoy

NalaJoy

Friday, October 23, 2009
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Great happy hour menu
Great food! Love the atmosphere! Yummy drinks! Especially enjoy their happy hour specials. Service could be a bit better but love going there.

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Recommended: Yes
frogsoup123

frogsoup123

Sunday, August 23, 2009
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cozy and cool
my favorite little spot in portland. the food is not deep fried pub food. candles and and velvet, loves it!

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Pros: that good old feeling the place gives you
Recommended: Yes
slimgrrrl

slimgrrrl

Monday, August 10, 2009
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SKIP IT!
I met a friend recently at Sapphire for the first time. I was the only one in the place when I arrived at 4:30 on a Sunday. I was promptly greeted and given a menu. My friend arrived and we waited about 10 minutes to be able to order our drinks as two other couples had come in. We drank our drinks and talked and did not see the waitress for AT LEAST another 20 minutes - well, we saw her, serving all the other tables. We were absolutely unable to get her attention and we were sitting approx. 3 feet from the bar which she passed by 700 times. Finally, after raising my hand as if to answer a 3rd grade question, she came over and stared at us blankly - I asked if we could order some food to which the reply was "sure". We orderd 2 salads and 2 apps. Then, the real wait began. We waited 1 hr. and 10 minutes for those food items while every single table in the entire restaurant flipped at least once. After flagging the waitress down again, she quickly came over, didn't ask what we needed and said "your order's coming up" - and walked away.....uh, ok, but we actually wanted to order another drink. We managed to flag her down, again, and get our 2nd set of drinks. FINALLY the food arrived. We had 2 house salads, blackened chicken and a hummus plate (not a meal you'd think would take over an hour). The food was so-so at best. Plain salad greens with a couple pieces of parmesan and 4 candied walnuts that tasted like they were from a bin at Winco. The chicken was fine, but the special honey mustard sauce was just that, only with ground musard - OoooOOOh, how gourmet. The hummus plate would have been redeaming had the bread not been stale enough to scarecely be called bread, but more 'crackers'. We then paid over $40 and will not be back. We were flabbergasted, I was embarrassed for having suggested it and we couldn't believe our dining experience. Customer service is DEAD in Portland and 'artistic' decor does not subplant the need to simply treat your customers well. Oh, and for crying out loud - get a screen door. The place was FILLED with flies! Eeewwwwww

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Pros: Air conditioning
Cons: Service, Food, Drinks, Price
Recommended: Yes
mrb65

mrb65

Tuesday, June 30, 2009
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Great place, bad breakfast
I think these guys should stick to what they do best; happy hour, light dinner and great drinks. Although our waitress was very sweet, attentive, and thorough, the eggs we undercooked, the ham was really, really salty and overcooked, and the lemon crepes were waaaaay too sweet. Add in a few 'endless champagnes', (brilliant marketing, however - only three of us had the champagne) you have a bad breakfast for four at $78 - and that's before the tip. In all, this is one of my favorite places in town for nightime fun but I likely will not be back for morning fare.

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Pros: Lots
Cons: Breakfast
Recommended: Yes
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Primary Phone: (503) 232-6333

Hours Open
Thursday 4:00pm to 2:00am
Friday 4:00pm to 2:00am
Saturday 4:00pm to 2:00am
Sunday 4:00pm to 12:00am
Monday 4:00pm to 2:00am
Tuesday 4:00pm to 2:00am
Wednesday 4:00pm to 2:00am