Tex-Mex Migas, Refritos, Rice & Beverage $14
Come in for fresh farm eggs from Trent Family Farms scrambled with spicy jalapeño, organic corn tortilla strips, and 3-milks queso barra, finished with salsa ranchera and served with Mexican rice and refried beans. Choose a draft beer or sparkling limeade made with fresh squeezed lime juice, all for $14!
Lunch Hours are Wednesday-Sunday 11am til 2pm.
Lunch is counter service; Order at the counter and we do the rest!
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March is Portland Dining Month!
Enjoy 3 courses for $33 every night in March. See our menus below!
Wild nettle tortilla filled with fresh local salad greens, toasted pepitas, avocado, Portland Creamery goat milk feta, cilantro vinaigrette
Pork Chile Verde entree
Pork shoulder slow-cooked with tomatillo, red & green peppers, cumin and green herbs, served with cilantro-lime rice and yellow and blue tortillas
Drinking Chocolate dessert
Habanero-caramel drinking chocolate with whipped cream
Vegetarian & Vegan
Salad Taco appetizer
Wild nettle tortilla filled with fresh local salad greens, toasted pepitas, avocado, cilantro vinaigrette
Tamales Cooked in Banana Leaf entree
Three tamales, one with Oaxacan black beans cooked with pasilla de Oaxaca chile & avocado leaf, one with blue corn & quesillo & lastly, one with local kale quelites style, all with salsa verde, poblano rajas, grilled onion, queso cotija
*Vegans are served two bean and one kale tamale instead of one with cheese, and no cheese garnish
Tangerine Sorbet & Citrus Compote dessert
Pinolo tangerine sorbet topped with grapefruit, blood orange & husk cherry compote
Make Your Way to the Clinton Theater for ‘Agave, Spirit of a Nation’ April 2nd at 6pm
Join us for Portland’s only screening of this feature length deep dive documentary into the world of Tequila and Mezcal, today’s fastest growing spirit.
From the red highlands of Jalisco to the mountains of Oaxaca, the film follows three Mezcal producers into the most biodiverse environment for agave in the world.
Narrated by Damián Alcazar (Narcos) and filmed by Ernesto Pardo, it is an intimate glimpse into the lives of those who dedicate their days not just to Mezcal or tequila, but to agave and all that comes with it.
A ticket buys you entry to the film, a question and answer session with the director, and a Mezcal tasting following the film, hosted at Xico. You’ll even be able to taste some of the Mezcal featured in the movie!