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The menu at Olympia Provisions is a merger of contemporary American dining choices with Spanish and Mediterranean sensibilities. The atmosphere is quite inviting for an intimate meal with ambient dim-lighting and a refined presentation. Olympia Provisions use locally-sourced ingredients that are assured fresh. Try the Pan Roasted Halibut or the Braised Beef Short Rib from the large-plates menu if you're too hungry to care for a sophisticated choice.
Step into the 1940s when you enter this landmark restaurant in Portland's booming Pearl District. The red vinyl swiveling stools stand poised and ready for the next customer, while the servers greet everyone with a smile and a pot of coffee. Fuller's Coffee Shop serves breakfast and lunch to loyal patrons who stop in for a quick bite. Lawyers, students, beauticians and construction workers share the counter space and conversations. Try the fish and chips for lunch while the French toast is a favorite for breakfast.
Folks in the neighborhood were sad when Ron Paul Charcuterie bid adieu, but things looked up when Peet's Coffee and Tea came to town. Perfect for street-side sipping, you will find morning coffee and afternoon tea here. Whatever you are drinking can be taken home in the form of fresh coffee beans and loose teas. You will pay $8-$12 per pound, but it is some of the finest stuff around. The business is close to trendy shopping and other restaurants in the Irvington, a historic part of Portland.
Fresh vegetables and spicy curries define the majority of dishes offered at Thai Peacock, which is popular with businesspeople and bike messengers. It sits between downtown and the artsy Pearl District. The twangs of Thai music will soothe the nerves as gold-plated Buddhas shine and smile at you from each corner of the room. Panang curry is one of the better items on the menu. For the not-so-spicy alternative, Pad Thai is a tantalizing noodle dish that will please the palate.
Enjoy the traditional American steaks in a modern steakhouse that promotes local and sustainable supplies for the delicacies prepared here. Taking the trend of farm to table concept to his heart, Chef Matt and his culinary team in the kitchen dish out excellent traditional American steaks using ingredients like grass-fed Oregon beef with the wines and beers, from local winemakers and breweries. Walk into this restaurant to gorge on the Charcuterie Board starters and move on to the succulent Pekin Duck Breast or the Pacific Wild Salmon. After finishing the dessert you can wash it down with a glass of Ponzi 2007 Vino Gelato or the Fortified Wine, to round off a complete American treat. Urban Farmer also hosts private parties for groups, so call ahead for reservations.
Owner Kristen puts her Norwegian descent to full use at her pastry shop and restaurant known as Måurice. Situated on a charming street filled with old cars and bicycles, this eatery specializes in delightful pastries and luncheonettes that combine Scandinavian and French flavors. While-away an afternoon here and choose from an eclectic selection of desserts, teas, wines and vermouth. Let Kristen entertain you with stories of her childhood, her inspirations for making pastries from fruits, and the lasting impressions her grandmother's recipes left on her mind. The desserts such as Almond Anise Seed Meringue, Currant & Rosemary Créme Scone, Lemon Souffle Pudding Cake and Bird Seed Coconut Tea Cake have rich garnishes that make guests come back for more.