One of the Oregon Coast’s best seafood restaurants will pop up in Portland this weekend
Regional Ocean, Newport’s desired destination restaurant and seafood industry, will deliver some of its signature dishes to Portland this weekend.
Chef Enrique Sanchez-Rodriguez, who has cooked at the bayfront cafe because it opened in 2005, will just take in excess of Flying Fish’s Chef Shack cart from 1 to 8 p.m. April 2 and 3. There, he will whip up Area Ocean favorites these as smoked black cod deviled eggs, teriyaki tuna kebabs and moqueca de peixe, a creamy Brazilian seafood stew.
Neighborhood Ocean, which purchases its seafood directly from spot fishermen, was now nicely known further than Newport but produced even more inroads into Portland for the duration of the pandemic. In 2020, proprietor Laura Anderson introduced DockBox, a meal package system featuring fresh new seafood and Area Ocean recipes with a weekly pickup alternative in Southeast Portland.
Traveling Fish, a cafe and marketplace that we compared to Neighborhood Ocean in our manual to Portland’s best new dining establishments very last 12 months, released its Chef Shack in the restaurant’s parking lot in January, hoping to spotlight a different chef every month or so. Impending Chef Shack appearances include things like Eli Marroquin of Portland Pupusas y Taqueria on April 9 Mike Aldridge of Mid-Metropolis Smash Burger on April 16 and Don Salamone of Burger Stevens on May possibly 14.
Facts: Capture Neighborhood Ocean chef Enrique Sanchez-Rodriguez cooking up some of the Newport restaurant’s signature dishes at Flying Fish’s Chef Shack, 3004 E. Burnside St., from 1 to 8 p.m., April 2-3.
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— Michael Russell, [email protected] @tdmrussell