Best restaurant that I ate at in Portland. PROS: - Amazing drinks. No matter what the concoction, they seem to find the perfect balance in each mixed drink. - Peruvian tapas - i love tapas regardless since it makes it easy to share a variety. It's no different at Andina, the food is to die for CONS: - Nada TIP: ...
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