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With Portland's hunger for Peruvian food growing ever bigger, Limo could become a favorite among foodies who like their raw fish limey, checks manageable and ambience homey. But first, it needs to overcome an identity crisis.
Located in the building off Northwest 23rd Place that once housed Cameo Cafe, Limo's digs—an old house with offices upstairs—is the size of an upscale coffee shop. The place is tiny and candlelit, offering a cozy dining experience enhanced by a sprawling patio. Eating at Limo feels like attending an dinner party staffed by friendly servers who know their wine pairings and ingredients and what to recommend to less-than-adventurous eaters whose experience with raw seafood ends at the sushi bar. (Read more...)
Like Alberta and the Pearl District, NW 23rd is joining the ranks of hosting a Thursday night street celebration where restaurants, stores and other businesses (like the new Umpqua bank between NW Flanders and NW Glisan Streets) stay open late and join together in offering sweet deals for shoppers and diners. Here are a few of the great deals you can get from restaurants:
If you come out with a bunch of friends, head over to Limo (pronounced lee-mo) on NW Everett and NW Westover. Limo is a newer restaurant in the Northwest scene but has already received pretty rave reviews (My own to follow soon!). Limo is hosting happy hour starting at noon tomorrow through 10 pm. Select bottles of wine are also half off. (Read more...)