Winery & Restaurant

GRAVY is a very well known for best breakfast and lunch restaurant in town, open 7 days a week. Scrambles, omelettes, hash browns, corned beef hash, oatmeal brûlée, and challah french toast are just a few of the crowd favorites. And of course, they’re known for freshly baked biscuits and homemade gravy!

With great food one needs great wine. Portland has a crush on wine. After all, the Willamette Valley is home to over 400 wineries. Now, aficionados and casual wine tasters can tour a winery without leaving the city. Welcome to The Winery at The Bindery. More than just a wine cellar, it’s the nation’s first urban underground winery and tasting room.

The concept for an urban winery is an extension of that same craft spirit that goes into a microbrewery, a coffee roaster or a boutique distillery. Hops, beans, grain and now, grapes. More and more people are interested in making wine, but driving to the country makes it difficult if not impossible.

Designed by Waterleaf architects, the underground winery features 5,000 SF of space carefully planned to accommodate significant tons of processed fruit.


Screen Shot 2015-04-21 at 11.22.58 AMGravy was established in 2004 in Portland’s Boise-Eliot neighborhood. Since then, we’ve become known world-wide for our famously delicious, made-from-scratch recipes. Gravy’s original location is a North Portland institution, and one of Portland’s favorite breakfast and lunch spots. We’ve recently opened our second location, on Sandy Blvd in Bindery building. We open early for breakfast, 7 days a week. We don’t take reservations, so come early to avoid a line. If you need more information about our restaurant and menu, please visit our website





logo-bowandarrowBow & Arrow started their own label in 2011 with the release of the 2010 Medici Vineyard Pinot Noir. The grapes can be traced back to some of the oldest pinot plantings in Oregon with vines originally brought from Burgundy. The new underground setting at The Bindery provides a unique opportunity for Bow & Arrow to make wines using an old world technique, which produces a natural wine similar in style to those of the Loire Valley.

For more information about the winery please visit the Bow and Arrow winery’s website