The not-so-good news is that they only accept reservations for parties of 6 .
Get there early, enjoy a glass of sparkling cava or their oh-so-good sangria made with brandy and vanilla beans.
Try the griddled bacon dates in warm honey, the sautéed chard with a sunny side up egg, Steve’s Cheese Board (we dig cheese, ok?
Tuck into Ataula Montadito – silky salmon with truffle oil and marscapone on toast, pulpos, or fantastic croquetas.
Don’t leave until you’ve tried dessert featuring freshly made hot donuts or chocolate with sea salt and olive oil. (Food: Creative tapas Price: $$-$$$) (NE) – Bills themselves a Mediterranean Bistro. The Tajarin with truffle butter and truffle “pearls” is the stuff of dreams.
Great atmosphere, festive buzz, always a crowd pleaser.
Not sure how they manage to make every item on their huge menu manifest fresh and delicious, but they do.
Portland has more romantic restaurants per capita than any other city in the world. A few things are for certain: Portland does design, coziness, and low-lit ambiance really well and the prices (no sales tax) can’t be beat.