Its 13-foot ceilings are criss-crossed in black walnut beams, with gorgeous marble floors and inviting jade leather banquettes.
The last day of service is Saturday, November 18. The adjacent bar, Opal, will remain open.
Omerta slathers itself in the red sauce of tradition, embracing the candlelit quirks of Italian fine dining in the spirit of a folklorist seeking to preserve the ancient customs of an endangered culture.
This is a town where food and drink dominate the economy. Bartenders and servers are Portland’s middle class every bit as much as the much-touted creatives of the tech economy.