Restaurant visit

I just wanted to make a little blurb about the restaurant that my husband and I visited while we were in Portland. Clarklewis is a little place tucked into the industrial district of Portland, Oregon that serves a very eclectic Pacific Northwest type menu. It really says a lot about a restaurant when they support their local wine industry, plus local fresh farmed ingredients and are able to do so while maintaining reasonable prices. We were really impressed with their Oregon State wine selections and how the server presented them to us when we asked her about them.  The food was delicious, the dessert was phenomenal, and our wine selection went well with everything.  The staff was very accommodating to my needs, being that I was on a scooter due to my surgery, and very attentive.  I look forward to visiting Clarklewis when we go down for the Thanksgiving holiday.





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