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Portland, Oregon – Portland’s newest and most ambitious restaurant concept, a modern take on a classic American restaurant, is set to open on Thursday.

The Portland Maine Restaurants, a partnership between the city’s local and national restaurant owners, has been working on a concept dubbed “Portland Oasis” for several years.

It would offer a restaurant that combines modern American comfort food, a fresh take on traditional American fare and local farm-to-table fare.

It would be the first Portland restaurant to serve vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, said Michael Jenson, the restaurant’s founder and CEO.

It’s not just about the food, he said.

It’s about the people.

“This is a city that is so connected and so connected to the outdoors, the food and the outdoors culture, that it is very much connected to this idea of outdoor dining.

It is about people being outdoors and experiencing life in the outdoors,” he said at the announcement of the restaurant at the Westfield Portland International Airport.”

The idea of this restaurant is to celebrate that, and embrace that.”

The concept of the new restaurant is based on a theme that has been popping up around the country and across the world in recent years.

Portlanders have long been looking for a new and unique dining experience.

A series of restaurants and cafes have been popping out in cities and towns across the U.S. over the past few years, and the trend is now getting mainstream attention.

In the past year alone, the trend has seen restaurants like Barbecue City, O’Neill’s Barbecue and Red Lobster join forces to create what some have called a “new Portland” concept.

The new restaurant, the newest of the group, will be the only Portland restaurant offering vegan, gluten- Free, and vegetarian options.

Its focus will be on the outdoors.

“Portland is so close to the ocean and nature, it’s very easy to be a little bit outdoorsy, and there are a lot of things to do there,” Jenson said.

“We want to bring that to our customers, and be a part of the environment.”

The menu will include locally sourced food, with salads, sandwiches, and sandwiches featuring the Portland Bayou.

Its signature dish, the Portlands Original, will also be available.

Its opening is expected to attract the attention of the city.

Portlanders are expected to spend about $3 million to $5 million, with about $1 million coming from local residents.

The concept has drawn praise from many local business owners and locals, as well as other chefs, chefs, and restaurateurs, as the best of the best.

Jenson, who worked in the food industry for 14 years before becoming the founder of Portland Oaseas, said the restaurant will attract people who like to cook, enjoy the outdoors and have fun.

The food and foodie community is looking for an exciting, new and original dining experience, he added.

“We’re looking for people to come and join us and we want people to experience a new way of dining,” Jensons said.

The restaurant will offer traditional American comfort fare, such as burgers, salads, burgers and more, and is expected be open seven days a week.