Established in 1995, Saucebox maintained its reputation in Portland as the place for the finest in pan-asian and pacific island cuisine with its insider vibe and unique presence. Unforgettable dishes and innovative cocktails gave Saucebox national notoriety in The New York Times, Bon Apetit Magazine, Traven & Leisure and The Wall Street Journal – but its local attention and accolades like being honored as “Restaurant of the Year” In 1998 by the Oregonian that make Saucebox a landmark of Portland restaurant and lounge scene. After 25 years of consistently satisfying the thirst and the appetite of thousands of loyal devotees, Saucebox gave in to the effects of the pandemic and permanently closed in 2020.

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