We came for a weekend dinner, and I was impressed by the friendliness of the staff and the inventiveness of the menu. I had the Payne Family Pork, which was a warm pork loan sliced and served with a cool garnish of green apples and grilled fennel. The savory pork and tart garnish with a little crunch worked perfectly. I had a mushroom salad, which was really a lettuce salad with mushrooms and crispy bits of wild rice. The desert was a rhubarb crumble with Salt and Straw buttermilk ice cream - yum! The space is pretty intimate, dominated by the bar with classic record album covers. Fair warning though - the time we visited was during a very warm evening in Portland and the air conditioning was pretty poor.
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