My friend got the Chile-fried Catfish, which was even better than mine, but I didn't have an opportunity to get a shot of that before it was completely devoured. I really liked the spicy breading. They have several gluten-free beers in bottles - including all three styles of Green's.
Hawthorne Fish House has a very clearly-marked menu that has notes on what is and isn't gluten-free. The restaurant has a very clever strategy for presenting their fish as not only the healthiest, but also the best in Portland. Here's a little of what they say about their food:
"It's no accident we have Portland's Best Fish & Chips. Besides top quality fish and the best French fries on the market, we use 100% rice bran oil. The tastiest of all the cooking oils, it's not hydrogenated and contains no trans-fats. We filter the oil twice a day to keep it clean."
Overall, I think the food here was very good. I ate out on the patio because it was summertime, which I was glad of. The atmosphere inside was a bit on the drab side. The food was really worth it, though. I recommend it!