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Reviewed March 14, 2020 via mobile

We are here from Nashville and what a treat this place is! The Hero sandwich was Delicious. The perfect balance of meat, bread and lettuces with that dressing. The potato soup was so unique and those olives were Devine! We will be back!

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed December 11, 2019

Visited Sunday, November 17th, about 11:30 a.m. Hostess told me it'd be 30-40 minutes as we didn't have a reservation. I asked if we could sit at the bar and she said there was only one available stool, there were two of us, the stool...was hosting a patron's handbag.) I told her I was unable to wait for that long if I didn't have a seat to rest and she rudely informed me that all available seating was only for those who were eating. I have never experienced someone being so incredibly insensitive to someone with a special circumstance. Clearly she's in the wrong line of work. No common sense, courtesy to find ONE seat, like the one hosting a handbag? Apparently she wanted it for a man who walked in after I did. My email to management went unanswered so accommodating ADA visitors is not important. Shoutout to the SE location who provided excellent service and food (oh and a seat!). I would guess both locations are owned by same folks, so not sure why such different customer service. We did call ahead to the SE location and asked if there would be a spot for me to wait and the host just took us right to a table very near the entrance so I didn't have to walk far. That exceeded our expectations, all we were hoping for was a seat to wait. So kudos to the nice staff (host especially) at the SE restaurant. I would like to suggest that the hostess at the NW location receive some empathy and customer service training or possibly a new job if she is not suited for the restaurant field.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed December 9, 2019

A little-known treasure, out of the hustle of NW Portland. A great place for a quiet, relaxed dinner for two.

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed August 16, 2019 via mobile

What a great find. This place has it all. Good food, drinks, service, and cool ambiance. A must try are the Italian Hero sandwich, roast beef sandwich (with potato salad made with mustard and not mayo) and the stout ice cream & brownie. Will definitely...be back.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed June 3, 2019 via mobile

Olympia Provisions and this particular location of it is a phenomenal thing. Great raw oysters, cheeses and cured meats. Outstanding eggs Benedict choices, omelets, bratwurst hash and more. The folks who work here are incredibly nice and bought into what Olympia Provisions is about. They...even have a fantastic cucumber soda. I’ve eaten here for brunch and lunch and been blown away every time. It’s located in a funky location under I405.More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed January 7, 2019

If you love charcuterie, this is definitely the place for you! All of their sausages, salamis, are house made. They also have a delightful selection of cheeses and mustards. That being said, none of the above appeals to me, however, I found myself here with...a group who loved all of these! Many of the items on the menu were unfamiliar to me, but once the decision was made on what to eat, the end product was wonderful! I had the Galette, which was a great combination of ham, butternut squash and apples. Other members of the group had a delicious pasta, a selection of ham and mustards and sausages. Each of us was pleased with our meal. Final conclusion: even if you are not a huge fan of charcuterie, don't avoid this delightful place.More

Date of visit: January 2019
Reviewed October 14, 2018 via mobile

Me and my 2 sisters were visiting last night from out of town and chose this restaurant on recommendation from a bartender at their other location. Our server was knowledgeable about the menu but was very unfriendly and rude throughout our meal service. He really...put a damper on our fun evening with his bad service and attitude. The couple sitting next to us commented that the server acted as if he didn't want to me there. The food was average but the presentation was nice. We would not go back.More

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed October 7, 2018 via mobile

Went with a group of 10. Service was terrific. Food less so. The bagel sandwich was about a 2 pound chunk of bread, burned on outside, not toasted inside. The two who ordered this did not eat the bagel. The eggs were okay, edible but...bacon nothing extraordinary which I didn’t expect given their focus on meat. The zucchini bread was good but slathered with too much cream cheese- order it on the side. Orange juice tasted fermented and undrinkable. Lots of leftover food for a group who normally cleans the plate. Omelette the best choice for egg dishes. Eggs Benedict with forest mushrooms was light on mushrooms and heavy on hollandaise. Probably wouldn’t go back for brunchMore

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed July 5, 2018 via mobile

We had quite the experience for brunch. The server was very kind and understanding as we got off to kind of a rough start with our youngest dropping a full glass of orange juice in the cement floor. They cleaned it and gave us a...new one as well. The pancakes were delicious and the poached eggs were perfect. The laser potatoes were also cool. We got a meat sampler which was fun and bought a couple sausages to go.More

Date of visit: July 2018
Reviewed July 3, 2018

We visited the NW location, which is very convenient for visiting some really good breweries. Wayfinder has some killer lagers...would have been a good draft offering at Olympia come to think of it ;-) I wasn't feeling meaty when we went so opted for the...cheese sandwich called The Randy. The Randy has apples, blue cheese, escarole, and toasted hazelnuts. Overall it was good. The ciabatta didn't really work for me. I think would have been elevated by using a different bread, possibly a good sourdough, and maybe even pressing the sandwich. Partner had the Italian sausage sandwich and that was fantastic--the melted provolone on top was a nice touch. This was by far the better sandwich, leading me to believe that Olympia Provisions really focuses on the quality of their meats and if you come here, you should come hungry and fully carnivorous. Highly recommended.More

Date of visit: July 2018
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