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[PDX] - Wildwood, clarklewis -(and a lunch) - or am I missing the boat?

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[PDX] - Wildwood, clarklewis -(and a lunch) - or am I missing the boat?

MsAC | Jan 6, 2006 12:58 PM

After reading the archives and the tip sheet, I think I need help. Here's the scoop:

Coming in early Feb with friends. My husband and I have been a few time previously - the couple we are bringing have not. We travel to eat, we like to share and we generally order more food than the table can eat. Looking for somewhere that has a Portland/NW food/local source kind of vibe. Spendy is ok.

I need a late night for Friday (we get in at 8), a Saturday night and a nice early dinner/late lunch for Sunday (need to be at the airport at 6)((that's the one I am most worried about)). Here's what I was thinking - am I doing ok or am I missing something? (also, I always take breakfast recs!)

*Wildwood - we've eaten here, but for the latenight/lite menu. I'd like to see what the kitchen does with a full meal.
*Higgins - this was my first choice, actually, but WOW has it gotten panned here lately.
*clarklewis - actually saw this in the United magazine spread on Portland in Nov - like the concept, but seems like their meats aren't as good, and that's important to us. Also, how loud is loud?
*Park Kitchen - I keep seeing this pop up - so I am intrigued.

I know we'll be visiting Moonlight Chocolates, but I see I need to add Sahagun? Also, can anyone tell me about Pix? Worth going late at night after a meal and suffering the consequences? ;-)

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