Buried in the back corner of the Johns Landing neighborhood, the Corbett Fish House caters to a seafood crowd with a longing for the Great Lakes. The restaurant is in the historic Corbett Building and is filled with the charm of a dinner you'd find in Green Bay. Welcome fish and Packers fans! Corbett Fish House hangs its hat on fresh, whether it's perch and walleye flown in from Great Lakes, or sustainable catches coming from Alaska & NW coast. You'll find a great selection of gluten-free fish and chips, fish tacos, and chowders destined to perk up your taste buds. They use a rice-based flour dusting to keep the coating light and allowing the flavors to shine through. The fries are crisp and guilt free. Deep fried never had it so good. The happy hour is worth a spin and the staff have that friendly, helpful air you might find in Minnesota.
There is a solid selection of local beer, wine, and cocktail favorites. When you walk in, the green and yellow decor might fool you into thinking it's some kind of University of Oregon club. Upon closer inspection, it becomes obvious you've just dropped into a Green Bay Packer fan's basement. The place is "packed" during football season and it can feel like a party room for displaced mid-Westerners. It's a very welcoming, homey environment with some of the best fish and chips in PDX. Come in, get hooked.