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Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro

1303 Ne Fremont St, Portland, OR 97212
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  • 1
    0.1 mi

    Whole Foods Market

    0.1 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    5
    1 review
  • 2
    0.85 mi

    Salt & Straw

    0.85 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    4.5
    26 reviews

    If you are fond of sweets and ice cream, you must check out Salt and Straw. They have an amazing selection of uniquely flavored ice creams. I was able to try their Pear with Blue Cheese ice cream and the Meyer's Lemon Chocolate Sorbet. I have never tasted anything like these two flavors.

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  • 3
    0.69 mi

    Tasty N Sons

    0.69 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    4.5
    20 reviews

    Love this place for breakfast or brunch--there are two of them, one in SW and one in North Portland. Delicious Food. The downtown location is a very hip place, good bar and a lively scene.

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  • 4
    0.75 mi

    Toro Bravo

    0.75 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    4.5
    9 reviews

    The great thing about tapas is you never get bored with your meal. There's always another small plate coming out. Get here early because you'll be fighting for a spot at this immensely popular spot. Order the Chef's tasting menu.

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  • 5
    0.76 mi

    Helser's On Alberta

    0.76 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    5
    6 reviews

    The Crimini Hash is to die for. Go on a weekday to avoid the wait, or order for pick up.

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  • 6
    0.81 mi

    Petite Provence

    0.81 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    4.5
    7 reviews

    True French style patisserie! Oh my goodness what's not to love! An amazing selection of the most decedent pastries to compliment you beverage. Lovely staff and fantastic design and atmosphere!

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  • 7
    0.74 mi

    Tin Shed

    0.74 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro

    Great brunch and no line. Service was prompt but not fluffy

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  • 8
    0.49 mi

    Ned Ludd

    0.49 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Ned Ludd typifies the Portland brunch experience, right down to the Kerr sealed glass cups (don't Portlanders ever worry about dropping and breaking the glass cups?). The emphasis is on locally produced vegetables and light breakfast dishes that won't make you feel guilty in a gluttonous way. They also take reservations, which is almost unheard of in Portland (at least ...

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  • 9
    0.77 mi

    The Bye and Bye

    0.77 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    3.5
    3 reviews

    On artsy NE Alberta Street, the Bye and Bye might be Portland's oldest vegan bar, and it's definitely among its finest. All the booze here is free of animal products (believe it or not, not all alcohol is vegan), but it's the awesome food (mostly bowls and sandwiches) that draws in everyone from diehard omnivores to strict teetotalers to this ...

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  • 10
    0.94 mi

    Cadillac Cafe

    0.94 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro

    One way to beat the weekend Breakfast crowds is to go really early. The very knowledgeable guy at my hotel's front desk raved about Screen Door and opined that the Cadillac Cafe and Tin Shed would be acceptable second choices. However, Screen Door opens at 9 AM, while the two alternatives are open at 7 AM. And since Cadillac Cafe ...

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  • 11
    0.92 mi

    McMenamins on Broadway

    0.92 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    4
    2 reviews

    With McMenamins, some locals might see a regional chain among a plethora of more interesting choices. Ah Portlandia! After visiting a number of their establishments, I'm reminded of the huge Pappas chain in Houston. Both that Bayou City family and the McMenamin Brothers have their various concepts and execute them consistently well. And for those lucky enough to enjoy their ...

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  • 12
    0.51 mi

    Pok Pok Noi

    0.51 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    3.5
    2 reviews

    Went to Noi for brunch after being completely ignored at Grain & Gristle for 15 minutes (no one even greeted us!). But what a freakin' awesome decision. The wait staff was immediately welcoming as we walked in (I guess there's no way to ignore us as we were pretty much on top of the bar 5 steps in). We sat ...

  • 13
    0.76 mi

    The Grilled Cheese Grill

    0.76 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro

    Great food and fun atmosphere. Take a risk and try something you wouldn't traditionally have. A must try for grilled cheese lovers.

  • 14
    0.94 mi

    Franks Noodle House

    0.94 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    5
    1 review

    Less than two blocks from the Ginkgo House, some of the best and freshest oriental noodle dishes ever made-and it is in an old house. Featured by Guy Fieri on The Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives". Say hello to Frank when you're there.

  • 15
    0.89 mi

    Ciao Vito

    0.89 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    5
    1 review

    Definitely worth a check out if you are in the mood for Italian. You know an Italian restaurant is worth its weight when the chef allows natural flavors to shine in each dish as opposed to smothering their dishes in sauce. quality of food was good and the pricing was worth it although it is on the pricier side (about ...

  • 16
    0.69 mi

    The Tin Bucket

    0.69 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    5
    1 review

    Over 40 revolving local and semi local revolving taps. Porters. Stouts. Lagers. Ciders. You name it. They got it. Well over 300 in bottle selection as well. Growlers to go. Lovely wooden table high top seating. Casual atmosphere.

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  • 17
    0.9 mi

    The Cheese Plate

    0.9 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    5
    1 review

    I've recently become a fan and contributor to Kickstarter, a crowd funding site. I recently contributed to a Cheese Plate campaign and received their recipe for Cheddar Ale Soup for my trouble. I was also in Portland last weekend, and got a chance to visit The Cheese Plate in person. I didn't advertise my association, and simply enjoyed select part ...

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  • 18
    0.75 mi

    Ox

    0.75 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    5
    1 review

    The centerpiece of this northeast Portland newcomer—inspired by Argentina rather than Texas, Memphis, or Kansas City—is the custom-made, wood-fired grill, a massive stainless-steel beast from Ann Arbor–based Grillworks. Grab a counter seat in front of the action, and order the Asado Argentino, a sizzling combination platter of steak, ribs, sweetbreads, chorizo, and morcilla, a blood sausage made with walnuts, raisins, ...

  • 19
    0.76 mi

    OX Restaurant

    0.76 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    5
    1 review

    Outstanding grilled food and side dishes. One of the best places to eat in Portland. For a special night out on the town this is #1 for me. It is expensive but worth it.

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  • 20
    0.89 mi

    Back To Eden Bakery

    0.89 mi from Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro
    3
    2 reviews

    "Gluten The New Al Qaeda" This Bakery is Gluten free, which I have some previous experience with my Son's Mom and before this kind of thing became "fashionable". There's the vegan stuff too, and I found it all very tasty and in a friendly and well appointed environment. You never know what goodness you can find by just wandering down ...

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