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Andina Rose Wine Dinners

6:30 pm, Monday July 14 | $65 + tip.
Andina
1314 NW Glisan St.
 

Early summer, for a certain sort of sophisticate, always means a crisp glass of rosé and a little wind in the cheeks. Preferably on a yacht or a portico. At Andina, it means the same thing: They're holding their annual pair of rosé wine dinners with 25 different rosés and a wide range of grape varietals, paired up with family-style tapas in the Tupai space upstairs from the restaurant. "Family style" means fend for yourself, man, it's rosé season. Tapas include 12-month Serrano ham, sashimi-style yuzu salmon, pork-belly kabobs and sea bass baked in salt. Call ahead for reservations.




Where: Andina
Phone: 228-9535
Address: 1314 NW Glisan St.
Website: andinarestaurant.com

 
 

Andina

1314 NW Glisan St.
Portland, OR
 
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