Made with OLO fragrances Courtesy of OLO

Critic’s note: This occasional column is about stuff that I eat or drink (or buy) that you should eat or drink (or buy), too. It may be about items that are locally made, or they may not be, but you’ll be able to find them in town. And you should.

When shopping for scents for my home, “restaurant bathroom” isn’t normally the first thing that comes to mind. But most restaurants aren’t uber-chic Tusk.

Arguably one of the most beautiful restaurants in Portland, Tusk is also one of the best smelling. Submarine Hospitality, the brains behind Tusk and Ava Gene’s, teamed up with two local businesses so that you can take a bit of the magic home.

Courtesy of Maak Lab

Grab a bottle of their castile liquid hand soap, made with OLO Fragrance for $25. It’s got a great Mediterranean citrus and incense vibe going, but doesn’t make your hands smell for hours afterwards. It’s definitely inspired compliments from houseguests.

And my living room has been particularly woodsy smelling since I set out the Tusk/Maak Lab partnership candle ($35). With patchouli (no, it doesn’t smell like hippies), cypress, and musk, it’s all Stevie Nicks witchy cool. Both are available at the restaurant and would make pretty unique Portland gifts—or take them home for yourself, because we all know you’re not gonna be able to recreate that hummus.