New to Portland we accompanied our cousin expecting to sit down for a good but not great meal. Boy, were we surprised. From the friendly greeting (this coming from a Southerner) at the door to the sitting down at the table we decided that we might be in for a meal worth remembering and we were not disappointed. The pork tenderloin, a special for the night, was chosen by three of our party and it was as tender as any pork any of us had ever eaten (remember we are from the South and know something about pork). I chose the Osso Bucco with a little hesistancy since the restaurant is not an Italian restaurant, but it was a specialty of the restaurant. The dish put to shame the Osso Bucco I had at Spiaggia in Chicago. The staff was very attentive and again made us feel as if we were regulars of the restaurant.