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- $15 for $30 worth of Portuguese cuisine for two or more
- $25 for $50 worth of Portuguese cuisine for four or more<p>
The dinner menu features seared pork loin ($17), grilled boneless hen ($18), grilled shrimp ($19), Angus sirloin steak ($22+), and baked salmon stuffed with shrimp and crab ($22).
Years ago, the building now occupied by O'Porto Restaurant built bicycles. Today, the converted factory still carries an industrial-themed appearance and echoes with the distant dings of ghost bikes. But the space now churns out traditional Portuguese cuisine—a service that earned O'Porto the honor of "Best Portuguese Restaurant" from CT.com for 2013. Executive chef Adelino de Sousa relies on many of the ingredients from Portugal's former colonies: rice from Asia, hot peppers from Africa, and cinnamon from India, just to name a few. He transforms those elements into artfully presented dishes, including seafood-based entrees, such as baked salmon stuffed with shrimp and crab and grilled filet of sole.
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