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Nostrana has been around for more than a decade, which makes this Southeast spot a wise elder of Portland’s Italian restaurants. They serve great pasta and Neapolitan pizza so thin that you have to cut it with scissors and have a pretty extensive wine list. Though if you’re more in the “I like wine, but don’t know much about it” camp, the super friendly staff will be happy to suggest a glass or bottle to try. If you can’t make it to Nostrana for dinner, stop by for their nightly Happy Hour at 9pm instead, with pizzas under $10 and $6 house wine.

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