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Great food and always outstanding music - 7 nights a week (you don't find that often on the Main St. of a small town). Each night's music lineup is different. Check their website for details. Starts between 7-7:30 most nights.
Singers there are great and they feel supported by the staff. It's small and very intimate and the pizza and wine is good. Nice ambiance too!
Excellent pizza and salads. Vibrant community atmosphere and live music most nights.
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“Orenco Station is a MAX stop that offers a variety of ethnic restaurants (La Provence, Thai Dang...) pubs, and shops. Across the street is a local supermarket New Seasons has ready made food from self serve salad bar to made to order hot food, as well as a deli for your delight. There is a farmer's market open every Sunday, 10am-2:00 pm from late April -October. Once you have enjoyed all that Orenco Station can offer for the day and would like to move towards the city center, all you have to do is hop on the Max train which is a public transit. Max will conveniently take you to east to downtown Portland and your adventure continues.”
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Point of Interest
“The Grotto is a cool place with gardens and art to stroll through. During the holidays it is lit up at night and a festive thing to do ”
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“Was listed as one of the best Japanese restaurants in the country from a 2006 Zagat survey. An izayaka is a type of informal Japanese pub. They are casual places for after-work drinking. So HUGE saki selection and the food is made in a "tapas" style format. Many small plates of very tasty food. Expect to spend from $11-$30 on food. Pro tip" Get the gyu tataki (seared beef in ponzu sauce), trust me - you will thank me later. ”
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