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Kann in East Burnside specializes in Haitian food that's all about live-fire cooking.
Berlu in Inner Southeast is part weekend bakery and part modern Vietnamese restaurant.
Head to República in the Pearl District for a tasting menu showcasing Mexican and indigenous ingredients.
Abyssinian Kitchen is one of Portland’s more upscale Ethiopian (and Eritrean) restaurants, located in a cozy house in Buckman.
Laangban takes over Phuket Cafe on weekend nights, and you should absolutely make a reservation.
Sit at the counter at Nimblefish, a high-end omakase spot in the Hawthorne District.
Ox is an Inner Northeast Argentinian restaurant known for their huge wood fired grill and the wide variety of meat and seafood cooked on it.
Le Pigeon is a small French restaurant on East Burnside that’s upscale enough for an anniversary dinner, but casual enough for a Wednesday.
Ava Gene’s on Division Street is a vegetable-heavy Italian restaurant with an excellent wine list that mills its own pasta flour on-site.
Renata is an Eastside Italian restaurant with a nice patio, a big wine list, and great pizzas and pastas.