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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Henry Ford's Restaurant Review: The chic supper clubs of the 1950s are mostly history in Portland, except for this great spot that time forgot. The gorgeous bar recalls an era of flagstone terraces when people dressed for dinner, and the man always ordered for the lady. The dining room is usually filled with regular patrons who enjoy playing the big shot in a completely unpretentious setting. The willing waitstaff will recite the evenings menu that offers basic steak, chicken, fish and seafood selections. The Fred Flintstones-sized Porterhouse is one of the more famous dishes here, but the seafood choices are usually safe bets as well. All dinners arrive with completely American accompaniments: Green salad, biscuits, glazed carrots and baked potato. This fabulous hideaway is like time traveling to a delicious frozen moment in fine dining history.