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non ethnic sunday night seafood dinner

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I am looking for a seafood restaurant with lots of choices, something like Fin used to be. I know I could get a few good choices at places like Paley Place or Park Kitchen, is that my only route to go? I will be spending 3 weeks in Vancouver and will get my fill of ethnic restaurants there.

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Park Kitchen
422 NW 8th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

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  1. Jake's Crawfish - pedestrian, but open Sundays and a good variety.

    1. Yes the open Sundays is a challenge because of the way fish markets work. I like the Fishwife on Lombard, but it's not open on Sundays.

      1. Jake's and Southpark are the only places in town I can think of with mostly seafood menus with lots of choices that are not Japanese. I am not a fan of either, but would pick Southpark over Jake's. http://southparkseafood.com/menus/men...

        Irving Street Kitchen is big and usually has about 3 fish/seafood choices for entrees. That's a lot, usually you will find one or two. I have not eaten there, but some friends of mine love it (a couple most certainly do not, though...have to be honest, since I can't tell you myself, ya know? ;o). http://irvingstreetkitchen.com/flash/

        Cabezon is not open on Sundays, but would be a rec otherwise: http://cabezonrestaurant.com/dinner/

        Honestly, we are not a city with a great fish-centric non-Asian restaurant, making the loss of Fin even more painful...

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        1. re: JillO

          I like the menu at Cabezon and the Fishwife. I had planned to hit one of the food cart pods on Saturday night. I would switch my plans to one of these two if you thought I could find an open food truck pod on a Sunday night.