Accanto Wins 2017 Experts' Choice Award and Best of Portland
April 22, 2017
We are delighted to inform you that Accanto has received our 2017 Experts’ Choice Award.
Accanto is among the recipients of the 2017 Experts' Choice Award from TripExpert. The Award reflects the views of journalists and professional travel writers and is bestowed on only the best restaurants around the world.
With accolades from sources like Zagat, Gayot and Not For Tourists, Accanto is one of the highest rated restaurants in Portland on TripExpert.com. TripExpert's unique rating approach takes into account expert reviews in travel guides, magazines, newspapers and other respected sources.
As one of the top restaurants in Portland, Accanto has also received TripExpert's Best of Portland award. Travelers can be confident that it is an outstanding choice for dining out in Portland.
More than 120 restaurants are vying for your attention for March's Portland Dining Month 2017. But with every restaurant delivering the same special—three courses for $29—which will you eat at? Use the curated map below to help you find the best Portland Dining Month deals to fit your style.
Firstly, the map gives preference to high-end restaurants in which the $29 price tag is an extreme bargain. Secondly, it gives preference to new and noteworthy spots worth taking for a test drive. Lastly, it features those restaurants that have proven to supply good deals in the past, which is to say they do not simply cut down on portion sizes but develop smart, tasty, and plentiful plates just for you.
Without further ado, here is where to eat for Portland Dining Month 2017. And as with all Eater maps, note the map points are not ranked: They're organized geographically.
Accanto has risen to new heights beneath executive chef Chris Frazier, who took over summer 2016, and for PDM, each course comes with two options, including two of those exceptional house-made pastas.
2838 SE Belmont St
Portland, OR 97214
February 23, 2017 by VacationIdea Staff
Portland is known for being a foodie's paradise and its selection of Italian restaurants certainly doesn't disappoint. The focus is on fresh, local, and sustainable, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t get your fill of traditional Italian flavor.
Portland restaurants serve everything from wood-fired pizzas to creamy risotto and families will be delighted to find affordable kid's menus in many of the eateries. Whether you're craving the taste of Tuscany, the flavors of Sicily, or simply some good old-fashioned Italian-American comfort food, you are sure to find something that will hit the spot.
Portland Monthly, July 31, 2013
"We’ve come a long way since the days when bar-only menus were limited to burgers and beer. Pubs and restaurants alike have elevated their offerings, so say hello to the new, improved counterparts to craft cocktails and small batch spirits. Whether your drinking PBR or a paloma, you'll enjoy top-shelf bar food at one of these seven Portland spots."
- The Oregonian
"Like a lot of casual offshoots of upscale restaurants, Accanto -- side dish to Genoa -- has emphasized ambience, pasta and cash flow. The corner cafe has become a popular neighborhood hangout, with salami shuffled across tortellini, an array of Italian and Northwest wines by the glass, and a doubly inked atmosphere where squid meets tattoos."
"Accanto's happy hour lasts for just one hour during weekdays, but it offers hearty portions of pasta at a deep discount (like a wedge of lasagna for $6). Drafts go for $3.50 and are best paired with $3 deviled eggs. Says one reader, "for quality interesting food Accanto is fabulous.""
"All day tomorrow (Wednesday, May 8), 18 Portland-area restaurants will pledge a portion of proceeds to the Raphael House, a local agency dedicated to ending domestic violence."
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