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111 N. Los Robles Ave. (E. Union St.) Send to Phone
Branch of the Portland-based chain of seafood restaurants that’s often better on the page than on the plate.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED McCormick & Schmick's Restaurant Review

: This branch of the Portland, Oregon-based seafood chain is handsomely dressed up with dark woods, brass and leaded glass. A cozy bar is ideal for casual meals and the patio is a popular good-weather option, particularly during the restaurant's lively happy hours. Despite its daily-changing menu offering dozens of fresh fish specialties---and always a good selection of Pacific Northwest oysters---we've always been a bit under-whelmed by the food. Although dishes like almond-crusted trout with dill cucumber relish, and sea scallops with chipotle carrot sauce and fried leeks sound terrific on the menu, they don’t quite meet expectations on the plate. Appetizers tend to be more reliable though mundane, including crab cakes with spicy hollandaise sauce, rock shrimp popcorn with rémoulade, and clam chowder. Wine prices are typically affordable, and the desserts are satisfying.

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