Olympia Oyster Bar
現地メンバー9人のおすすめ · 推定料金相場は4段階中3 ·
Olympic Provisions sister restaurant with a focus on delicious seafood. Try the oysters, try the ceviche, try everything. And don't skip the bread and goat butter. Who would have guessed something so simple would be so delicious. Again, splurge on a bottle of wine to pair. Heaven.
If you want a classic NW Oyster eating fest, this is the local place to go. A great foodie ($$$) spot with fresh, clean, palate pleasing pairings.
Raw oysters on the half shell locally sourced with an amazing wine list including some natural wines and 1er Cru & Grower Champagnes!
Light Rail Station
“Take the Failing Street pedestrian bridge across the freeway and walk to the Max station, only a few stops from a hub at Rose Quarter.”
“For those that indulge in cannabis, directly across the street from you is Nectar, one of the finer pot shops downtown has to offer. I recommend you browse their website as they keep a more up-to-date menu. I’ll take this opportunity to remind you that that smoking is prohibited in the unit and on the porch, however edibles and vaporization are welcome.”
“Paleo food brunch, happy hour and dinner! Great wine list as well. Try the Candied Bacon!”
“The 1905 has a lovely front patio where they serve great drinks and pizza. Usually have some live music as well in the early evenings.”
“For a city with nine months of rain, PDX sports a wealth of bar and restaurant patios. And if the city loves anything as much as it loves brunch, it’s happy hour. Combine those two things and you get a perfect summer afternoon. Some of our favorite spots for the combo are The Rambler, Aalto Lounge, Solo Club, Night Light Lounge, Interurban, Radio Room, and Momo’s. For a truly “extra” experience, move from a patio to a rooftop patio: Grab happy hour at Departure, Altabira, Rooftop Bar, or Xport.”