Deals for Dining Month

Deals for Dining Month

The citywide restaurant deal known as Portland Dining Month is back with participating venues offering three courses for $29 throughout March. The list is strong cheap jerseys and long, featuring 100 odd restaurants and breweries, providing an opportunity to experiment or try out some of the spendier places in town for (relatively) cheap. Some establishments have just the one offering necessarily a bad thing, but if you planning to check out Cocotte (which you should if you haven you better enjoy chicken liver mousse and a plate of snails. Urban Fondue wins for the most extensive choice (there about a dozen things on their menu), though most places will limit you to two or three. There may also be special beer or wine pairings available.

St. Jack It’s a good opportunity to try their northwest spot (if you haven’t already), and their menu has a nice face off between a Lyonnaise onion tarte and a housemade blood sausage. 1610 NW 23rd

Remedy Wine Bar Though primarily a wine bar, the cooking here is remarkably good and the sample menu looks ridiculously enticing: A fennel soup with chive gremolata and Pernod and milk soaked croutons as a choice to start, and a main of chicken confit with pickled mushrooms, roasted fingerling potatoes, tarragon and juniper berry. 733 NW Everett.

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