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Portland’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

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Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in Portland? You’re in luck.

From a playful tasting menu in Kerns to a hot spot serving “First Generation American Food” in Hollywood, we have you covered with this continuously updated list of hot new debuts.

And if you’re seeking out some beloved Portland spots that are now bookable on Resy, we’ve got you covered here.

ÄNIKS Kerns

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Äniks fish
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If you think dining out has become a little too conformist and monochromatic, you’re in for a treat. Guided by tarot cards and the artistic whimsy of chef Ryley Eckersley, a meal here is anything but conventional.

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Äniks fish
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The Yanick Room Southeast Portland

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Be the friend everyone wants to be friends with and book the private room at Gregory Gourdet’s award-winning Kann. You’ll get 10 courses featuring the best of Gourdet’s vivid Haitian menu, from the plantain brioche buns to griot and pikliz, all served family style.

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Hidden Kitchens Clinton

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Tasting menus here fuse together traditional Vietnamese dishes, family recipes, and inspiration from other Southeast Asian cuisines, resulting in flavorful dishes like grilled octopus with banana flowers, and pork belly braised in coconut water served over sushi rice. The wine pairings are incredibly thoughtful, too.

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Grana Pizza Napoletana Kerns

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The menu is small but mighty, where simple ingredients shine on chewy, crusty, and sometimes very foldable Neapolitan-style pizzas. Think: a perfect Margherita pizza, or one with ricotta, broccolini, and preserved lemon. That, a Caesar, and some panna cotta is all you really need.

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Xiao Ye Hollywood

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Xiao Ye space
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The restaurant feels familial, from the floral wallpaper and mismatched chairs to the diverse dishes that come from family recipes and inspirations picked up along the way. That could mean Mexican-Szechuan mashups or something as straightforward as “almost classic” rigatoni alla gricia. It all works. 

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Xiao Ye space
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Ya Hala – Fairuz Room Montavilla

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Ya Hala has long been known for its homey Lebanese and Middle Eastern menu and bustling, cavernous space. But for something unique, check out what’s going on in the intimate 32-seat Fairuz Room. There, an ever-evolving prix-fixe spread, filled with things like asparagus moussaka, beef shank with Swiss chard-stuffed kibbeh dumplings, and baklava made with Oregon hazelnuts, is meant to feel like a homespun dinner party.

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