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816 N. Russell, Portland, OR 97227, United States

Lucy Brennan opened the Mint, a 40-seat Latin and Mediterranean-tinged bistro, in 2001 in the city's historic Frederick Torgler Building and derived its name from the Greek symbol for hospitality. The menu showcases Pacific Northwest ingredients and includes a burger with house-smoked bacon and pickles, and Red Bend rockfish with cauliflower puree, roasted spinach, and garlic chips. Brennan expanded next door in 2003 with 820, a cocktail lounge with an 18-foot bar, sunken seating, and an outdoor patio. The bar serves 48 different cocktails, including the Ad Lib, made with a cilantro and vodka mojito and sugared rim. 

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Mint/820

Lucy Brennan opened the Mint, a 40-seat Latin and Mediterranean-tinged bistro, in 2001 in the city's historic Frederick Torgler Building and derived its name from the Greek symbol for hospitality. The menu showcases Pacific Northwest ingredients and includes a burger with house-smoked bacon and pickles, and Red Bend rockfish with cauliflower puree, roasted spinach, and garlic chips. Brennan expanded next door in 2003 with 820, a cocktail lounge with an 18-foot bar, sunken seating, and an outdoor patio. The bar serves 48 different cocktails, including the Ad Lib, made with a cilantro and vodka mojito and sugared rim.