In addition to being the name of our next cat, Mr. Tuna has quickly become a Portland institution. They have a sushi stall at Public Market House, as well as a roving sushi bar that pops up at breweries and events around town (they keep their Instagram updated with their location). If you’re in Portland over the summer, make it a point to catch them when they pop up at The Shop by Island Creek Oysters. Get a spot outside on the deck, and do rounds and rounds of oysters and handrolls.
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Eventide Oyster Co.
Come to this small oyster bar for an excellent twist on the lobster roll and some of the best, most interesting takes on seafood in town.
Duckfat in Old Port is a tiny spot serving not-so-light dishes like poutine with duck gravy, brisket sandwiches, and milkshakes.
When you need a family-friendly spot, or just want to sit on the water, head to Flatbread Company for some flatbread pizzas.
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Izakaya Minato on Washington Ave.’s menu includes sashimi, fried chicken, and udon for when you want Japanese food and are also being indecisive.
The Shop By Island Creek Oyster
Island Creek Oysters harvest some of the world’s best oysters and The Shop is where they offer a selection to the people of Portland.
Island Lobster Company
Only reachable by ferry on Peaks Island, Island Lobster Co is where you should grab a lobster roll before biking and exploring the beach houses.
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