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With it's tin-tiled ceilings, bank of windows, soaring mirrors and robin's egg blue walls, Little Bird (Petit Oiseau) is the perfect romantic-yet-casual place to take a date, especially that hard to please Francophile date. Snack on frogs legs or escargot, dine on Coq a Vin or duck confit, add a glass or bottle of vin from their impressive selection and top it off with a decadent dessert and later a walk along the Seine Wilamette!

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Happy Hour Info: Criminally overlooked, Little Bird features one of the classiest happy hour experiences in Portland. In fact, they’re so classy they don’t even call it a happy hour, instead referring to it as “Early and Late Hour Specials.” Whatever nomenclature they choose, I am DOWN with it—especially if they continue serving their much-loved Little Bird burger at the very affordable price of $5. Surrounded by onions, goat cheese, pickles, and butter lettuce, the contents are embedded in a soft artisan bun that easily carries this thick ’n’ hefty, perfectly cooked patty. And because I’m fancy, I like to pair it with foie gras and toast ($12, ordinarily $19) and the best Old Fashioned Fumée ($7 at happy hour) this city has to offer. Truly, this drink is as beautiful as Ryan Gosling’s more handsome brother, and if it weren’t so delicious, I’d just stare at it for the entire evening. WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
Mon-Fri 3-5 pm (6 pm in bar), daily 10 pm-midnight, reduced-price cocktails and beer, $1.50-20 menu

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