Fantastic flight layover. Good food and good service in old town portland. Drinks are strong and good.
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This not a luxe place. But, everything about it is just perfect: the fresh shucked oysters, fried seafood, great selection of beers, stiff drinks, adequate wine selection, old style service -- you feel like all the servers are family, a warren of dining spaces and...More
I like the verity of oyster choices Dan and Louis Oyster Bar has to offer. It is a Portland icon and has a fun décor. Stop by for a plate to share with a friend. Or better yet take a group and have a tasting....More
Food continues to be very good as I remember. This historic significance of this restaurant is what brings many people back. The waitress shared that her husband is the fourth generation owner/chef with their kids who help out on weekends being the 5th. I have...More
This place has a good variety of oysters from the region, cozy atmosphere, welcoming service and good variety of wines and beer. They are located near old town, lots of tourists around, pricing is slightly high, you could find same or similar variety elsewhere for...More
My family and I ate there this last Saturday evening. This was a memorable occasion for us as it was a very favorite place for us to eat when my parents were alive. It had been many years since we have eaten there. The restuarant...More
This is a gem of a place. Has an adorable bar in the front of the restaurant. They have some of the best seafood stews around. We came in for happy hour and a crab louie. Sat in the bar and had a great time....More
It was fun to find an oyster po'boy in Portland for lunch. In addition the raw oysters were incredibly fresh and very delicious. it was fun to try all six different kinds.
we wanted to have lunch before the portland women march against hate, and had a wonderful time....i had a corona, and my partner had a guiness...we each had a salmon louis salad and shared a cup of clam chowder.....the food is excellent, the interior cozy,...More