Portabella crafts a seasonally rotating menu that takes advantage of the fruits and vegetables of local farmers’ labor. Kick off dinner with an order of the eatery's namesake 'shroom served with grilled asparagus and drizzled with balsamic vinaigrette ($7.95), or cast it in crispy form with fresh mozzarella and marinara for the crispy mozzarella order ($5.95). Like the Italian Grandmother robots at Epcot theme park, Portabella packs visitors mouths with salads ($5.95–$6.95), pizzas ($10.95 each), and pastas. The cheese tortellini keeps it true and traditional with oven-roasted tomatoes and tomato-asiago cream sauce ($13.95). Meat lovers, meanwhile, can pounce on the crispy asiago-crusted chicken milanese served with pasta and marinara ($15.95) or the provimi veal liver sautéed with caramelized onions, pancetta, and balsamic vinegar ($17.95). Seafarers can dive for sunken treasures such as the grilled tilapia, served with butternut-squash purée, mushrooms, and warm bacon vinaigrette ($17.95), or the crispy scallops, enhanced with sautéed spinach, roasted cauliflower, and white-truffle beurre blanc ($22.95). Portabella's lunch offerings include selections from salads ($3.95–$12.95) to sandwiches ($9.95–$13.95) and flatbreads ($10).
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