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Restaurants in Portland

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3 places to eat in Portland

Restaurants in Portland
Porthole Restaurant
Most of the colorful houses are restaurants, bars or cafes where monologues, and stand up comics, are advertised as the best in the entire USA. I'm talking about The Porthole, one of the restaurants chosen by the locals to eat lobster with golden red potatoes in butter, and mushroom sauce, or the seafood buffet on Friday lunchtimes. At the rear of the Porthole is a terrace which is used as a pier. It is a miniport. At night there many live concerts and at which I recommend you to be prepared to dance. Although at first it is hard to go and do it, once the first icebreaker starts, for the rest it is a breeze. And to drink, you have to try the Shipyard Beer. The Porthole website is very comprehensive. It has the phone number to book because that's something I learned in America ,that if you want to dine even in McDonalds you almost always have to book a table ...
Restaurants in Portland
Amigos Restaurant
The reasons why I recommend the Mexican restaurant Los Amigos are sevenfold. One: Their smoothies and juices. You can ask what they'd recommend to you, or get a little creative and take risks with new blends. If you like ginger ask for a Sol Azteca. Two: Their tacos with chilli and cheese ... Spectacular. Three: Happy hour and tequila. Four: Its concert hall on the ground floor of the restaurant. Five: The excellent customer service from the ever-smiling waiters and waitresses. Six: Its fun and cheerful decoration. Seven: As Sabina would say, no more reasons needed.
Restaurants in Portland
The Standard Baking Co.
If you like homemade bread made with sourdough and old style pastries you can not miss this place! If you're in Portland and you think the lobster is insipid, it's time to go to this bakery so that at least dessert will leave a good taste in your mouth. It's located in a red brick market. They have a bakery and they sell to the public too. Each day they make a different bread as proven by the board at the entrance: Oat, mold, figs and anise etc. Break the bank with the goodies made on the day and the delicious cakes: croissants, lemon tarts, chocolate and raisin cookies, carquinyolis, and blueberry muffins. Mmmmm
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