Local Restaurant Partners
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Located on “Restaurant Row” in the heart of vibrant, historic uptown, the Avenue Grill remains a local fixture for dining, drinks and conversation. The Avenue Grill’s menu brings the diverse neighborhoods found in the San Franciso area to our neighborhood.
Gourmet Magazine calls Bluehour “the most exciting restaurants in Portland,” with “the most sophisticated food in town.” Chef, Kenny Giambalvo’s Continental-Mediterranean cuisine is grounded in his Italian heritage and classic French training.
Bones…for the best steaks and lamb chops in the Southeast…The New York Times
Located in the heart of the shopping district of North West Portland, this quaint but elegant eatery features a broad spectrum of breakfast items and an extensive and delicious lunch menu. Known for their breakfast offerings, the lunch and dinner menu are equally enticing. Located at 2340 NW Westover Place, Portland, OR
The most exciting new restaurant in Cleveland is Fire, presumably named for the kitchen’s slick stainless steel, brick-lined oven and not the nearby Cuyahoga River’s former propensity to ignite. When discussing Cleveland fine dining with outsiders, the conversation’s recipient will usually reply, “Cleveland, oh.” The “oh” is not short for Ohio. It is merely a way of communicating disbelief.
Fire is an in cinerary bistro, opened last summer by chef Douglas Katz in historic Shaker Square and is convenient to commuter train service from downtown. Thirty-one-year-old Katz’s talents have glowed previously at Cleveland’s Moxie restaurant, Little Nell in Aspen, as well as for a time while fresh from the Culinary Institute, at the Boston Harbour Hotel.