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October 18th, 2006 12:00 am LIZ CRAIN | Food Reviews & Stories

Restaurant Guide 2006


Since mid-summer, Mississippi Station has been serving fresh and inventive Pacific Northwest foods to songsters and showgoers from neighboring Mississippi Studios�along with a slew of Portland folks�in a warm (two hearths and a brick pizza oven warm) and inviting setting. The owners of Mississippi Studios co-own Mississippi Station, so it's eat, drink and be merry with live music in-house, silent movies in the side lot and shows next door nightly. The menu changes weekly but always features several intricate seafood entrees, as well as a couple of meatier standbys. Farm-direct sourcing leads to local, seasonal delicacies given the special treatment: Think tempura-battered fennel, arugula pesto pizza with smoked mozzarella, and wild coho salmon in a white-wine herb sauce. (LC)

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