Silly’s has long been the favored cheap-eats joint for a certain kind of crunchy Portlander. For years the only dining attraction on Washington Avenue, it’s now in a new location on the same street, surrounded by hip eateries, but it’s as funky and informal as ever, with mismatched 1950s dinettes and kooky lamps and walls full of bric-a-brac. Silly’s used to have servers; these days it’s counter service, but the menu is still full of wraps crammed with tasty fillings—try the “Lamb Shank Redemption,” stuffed with shaved lamb in a creamy herb sauce. And while there are some great meat dishes (the “Slop Bucket” of pulled pork, rice, and beans is tastier than it sounds), vegans, vegetarians (and gluten-free folks) also flock to Silly’s for wraps, noodle dishes, monstrous salads, and more. There’s still sangria, a Silly’s tradition, and breaking with tradition, the restaurant now accepts credit cards.