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The menu at Olympic 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. Olympic 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.
Portlanders have long awaited this restaurant since the owner closed Zefiro's. Portland's most elite are again hob-nobbing with each other amidst elegant and trendy surroundings. From the high ceilings to the opulent, mirror-bedecked restrooms, nothing has been overlooked. Wine is available from nearly any region or stick with your usual cocktail from the full bar. Poultry and seafood dominate the expansive menu, but you can also find plenty of pasta and beef. Be sure to leave room for an impressive dessert; like its predecessor, the sorbets are unforgettable.
Please your palate with a memorable meal in this authentic Italian restaurant. At Serratto, you can choose one or two of more than 100 bottles of Italian wine including Sicilian vintages. The menu items are listed in Italian, but colorful descriptions will help. Choose from the varieties of house-made pastas like Seared Sea Scallops, Roasted Halibut and Risotto. Round out your meal perfectly with Cheesecake, and specialty Gelato and Sorbetto for desserts. You can also walk in here during happy hours and get great discounts on wines and other beverages.
A splendid culinary adventure awaits you at Navarre, a unique dining destination with a highly innovative take on the working of a restaurant. The interiors have a very casual, cafe-style vibe with bare walls, a wine shelf on one of the walls and a handful of lanterns hanging from the ceiling. The all-glass entrance allows a good play of natural light inside. The chef crafts an innovative selection of European small plates with influences from the Italian, French and Spanish palate. The twist however, comes with the menu. The restaurant sources only from a local community farm called the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and since the ingredients change on a daily basis, so does the menu. Which means that the essentially, the farm pretty much decides what you eat on any given day. The menu is decided daily based on the ingredients on offer and diners are then given a list to check what they wish to have. Breakfasts are an especially popular affair. Most tables in the restaurant are communal and are great not only for groups, but also to make new friends over food. The wine list has an exceptional list of no less than 50 selections that should pair up well with whatever the chef throws at you.