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About Olympia Provisions Northwest
Olympia Provisions Northwest is the convivial west-side answer to our intimate Southeast location. Marked by a string of patio lights on an otherwise industrial stretch adjacent to the Pearl District, OPNW offers a menu of lovely farm driven fare in an airy windowed setting, accentuated by our antique French rotisserie, towering walls of wine, and elegant living greenery. Executive Chef Eric Joppie is known for his long-standing commitment to working closely with local farms, foragers and fisheries. His cuisine highlights this love of the Pacific Northwest with seasonal accents on OP classics like prime rib and rotisserie chicken in addition to bountiful vegetables, market fish, and elegant flavors throughout our menus.
Portland, OR 97209-2519
Contemporary European, Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Happy Hour: Everyday 3:00pm-5:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Olympia Provisions also offers charcuterie boards, cheese platters, and beyond that will delight and amaze your guests at any party or event. Please visit our website for more information or contact the restaurant directly.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Olympia Provisions Northwest has various private dining options for groups of all sizes. Please contact us directly or visit our profile on Open Table's Private Dining section.
Olympia Provisions Northwest has multiple private dining options for your needs. From our open chef's kitchen area to our intimate tasting room we can accommodate groups both large and small, day and night.
Olympia Provisions Northwest Ratings and Reviews
We were seated 30 minutes late and had a reservation. We ordered food at 1:15 and received our food one hour later. First time we have had brunch there. Never experienced this type of service at dinner. We will not return again for brunch. Food was tasty but Luke warm.
We went for our 15 year anniversary and it was wonderful. The flavors were exciting and lively ( I highly recommend the scallops and the French charcuterie plate). Our server was friendly and knowledgeable. We enjoyed the meal with both Champagne and Sherry off the very cool wine list. It was an excellent experience all around, glad we went.
The food was very good. We stuck with the cured meats, sausages, and pickled vegetables. The service, although not bad, was the weakest aspect of the meal. Even though it was not very crowded, the staff appeared too busy to be engaged much less friendly. Again, not rude, just not that happy to be there and less happy to talk with patrons.
OP has become one of my must go to restaurants when I am in the Portland area. I love the Ye Ol Pickle Back with the collaboration of OP and Oregon brewing on the Pilsner paired with any of the meat boards. The breakfast menu is always a delicious adventure of unique tastes to satisfy a variety of taste buds.
First time at Olympia. Not a foodie but discerning. Comfortable environment/atmosphere, nicely put together. Good menu. Everything very tasty and nicely executed. Charcuterie boards delicious. Absolute best pork chop I've ever had. All perfect portions and quality. Everything a little different but nothing pretentious. Exactly what you are looking for in a casual date-night dine-out experience. Bartender/server was stretched a little thin on table coverage. Made excellent beverages though! Overall a strong A. Mos def will be back.
This was our first visit to Olympia Provisions Northwest and we were impressed....with the food selection, wine list, quality of the food and the service. On a weekday evening it was quiet and our food arrived quickly. Every bit was delicious! We'll definitely be returning.
I could write an entire book and still not say enough about how awesome this place is! The food was thoughtful without being fussy. Really well done and oh so goood! The staff was super warm and welcoming. Attentive but not hovery. We felt like we were having a nice low key dinner at a friends home. Chill place away from the bustle and chaos of down town but still close and easy to get to.
I have eaten at the southeast location several times and I've had a great experience. We decided to try the North location and was very disappointed and the menu choices that differs from Southeast, And how extremely rude the staff was especially when one of them was the manager again shocked that he being The manager would treat customers with short burst of unnecessary sarcasm and shortness in conversation when we spent a couple hundred dollars on a special occasion with friends and family was overall embarrassed to have taken them to this establishment but to call Portland home to such rude people, this is not how you conduct business and keep repeat customers will definitely not be back to this location only southeast from here on out
We had an amazing meal and experience. The manager, who doubled as our server for part of the time, was delightful and incredibly knowledgeable. He totally made the night. The neighborhood was a little suspect but well worth the trip. The food was so interesting and perfectly cooked and seasoned. It was one of the best meals I've had in ages. I had the smoked pork chop and my fiance had the halibut. Both were excellent. The starters were exceptional as well. Don't let the location scare you off, you will love it.
The team graciously accommodated our party and our puppy outside. Service was very attentive, dog friendly, and knowledgeable about both drinks and food. Highly recommend starting with one of the charcuterie boards (it includes one cheese selection as well) - the Spanish Board was excellent and easily shareable among 4 people. Some of our favorite plates were the seasonal appetizers that included amazing tomatoes. The homemade tonic water was also a hit with the group.
Overall the time spent at Olympia Provisions was pleasurable. The gnocchi my wife had was talked about for two days after she ate it. My brother loved his steak and the mushroom crepe with goose foot greens(?) I had was interesting, delicious, and well executed. We had the French Board charcuterie and it too was excellent and the baked alaska for desert was a pleasant suprise. Service was a little slow (only one waiter for 5-6 tables that night) but not so much that it became an issue. Plus he was friendly and attentive when he was at our table. The only real knock against our dinning experience comes from the mixed drinks. Both mixed drinks that were ordered were, and I hate to say this, quite bad. There was something off about the proportions of the ingredients. Luckily there was a nice pilsner and IPA on tap. Overall we had a pleasant experience but it was somewhat let down by the price of the food (just a little too much) and the mixed drinks. I'd go back though.
I had read Elias Cairo's book before I flew out to Portland for a trip with the U.S. Grains Council. Wonderful lunch of learning and new flavors to share with friends. Waitress was exceptional and very patient with all of my questions about charcuterie. I could not have asked for a better enlightening experience to bring my journey through the book to life! Thank you for mastering the old world skills of meat curing and preserving the recipes for all of time in your book. Photos were breathtaking!
Twice now, the beef entrees that I have ordered have been tough and not worthy of the otherwise quite good reputation of the restaurant. First time was a ribeye, which was half fat or gristle and hard to cut. This time, flank steak, which could scarcely be cut with a steak knife and required true grit to chew. Really a disappointment.
Specifically went on a Saturday night to try their charcuterie, as I'll be catering a wedding later in the month. I mentioned I'd be contacting the sales group, and was dining there that night to see how they pair their cured meat with wine.
It was very slow, yet our service was even slower. No one came to check on us, and didn't have answers to some basic restaurant inquiries.
The quality is amazing; the portions small, but expected. Would have set better if we'd seen at least one smile.
This is my second time at this location. The first time I chalked it up to an off night.
Sadly, I'm looking for other local vendors who I feel would appreciate my business...a wedding of 250 is nothing to sneeze at.
I'm not at all hard to please, so it pains me to leave this review.
I just spent 20 minutes giving an extensive review of this restaurant. I switched, briefly, off your web site, and see I need to start over. Please fix that terrible feature!
I had lots to say about menu and preparation: all very negative, but documented.
I will not go through this Open Table revue again. Too much work to help you.
Bottom Line: Recipes for the pork chop and the fresh fish are not good.
Preparation: Terrible: Pork chop over cooked; fish a bit over cooked; Romano beans totally wilted and limp, and on and on. Maybe the regular chef was not there that evening. Who knows?
The food was awful, and I am a cook of 45 years.
Pricing is way too high for what is touted as elegant food on the menu, by its description, but is served terribly prepared.
This is a one time only customer stradegy
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