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Ataula

About as close as you can get to Barcelona in Portland, Ataula is a great Northwest spot to start a night out, with a wide range of tapas and entrées, cocktails, and wine. You can grab a seat at the bar and split some paella with a date or sit at one of the communal tables and cover your table with tapas plates. The boquerones and beef tartare with house potato chips are two of our favorites, but it’s really impossible to go wrong.

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