June was our third stop on the Edible East Burnside Dishcrawl. You can read about our first {HERE} and our second {HERE}. June takes great pride in sourcing their food all locally. They strive to support local farms and be as sustainable as possible. All this is reflected in Chef Gregory’s dishes. Their menu changes frequently and is based on seasonal produce. This gives June’s customer’s lots of variety and delicious food to choose from. June is only open a few hours a day so make sure you check out their website below for times.

On this evening Chef Gregory prepared quite an array of impressive dishes for our palates to try.

Here’s what we tried:

Carpaccio Porchini
Roast Asparagus with homemade lamb prosciutto
Handmade Ravioli with a spicy ‘nduja filling

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I was very impressed with everything we tried at June except one thing. The Handmade Raviolis were so incredibly spicy it almost ruined everything I ate. I was only able to eat half of one because it was so over the top. I really enjoy a good kick but this was just too much. On the other hand everything was absolutely delicious and you can tell a lot of attention to detail and passion went into every plating.

2fork I gave June two forks because the raviolis were just too spicy. If I had ordered them for a meal I would have been very disappointed. The decor and vibe is great for a date night and I would return but try something else on the menu.

Side Notes:
Limited hours
Street Parking Only
Great for a date night

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