A beautiful luncheonette situated in the heart of Portland, Måurice is a haven in the city. Blending French & Nordic cuisines, you can’t help but slow down, breathe in, and enjoy the finer things in life. You’ll find fresh flowers on every table, one of the many touches that make this place special. It has become my favourite place to dine in Portland, and quite possibly the world. Recommendations: the daily quiche, a glass of rosé, and a currant + rosemary scone.
Website
mauricepdx.com
Address
MÅURICE, 921 Southwest Oak Street, Portland, United States
Current city: Belgrade
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