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Dealfeed: Little Bird Bistro, Xico and Smallwares Help Make Mondays Tolerable

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Little Bird Bistro
Little Bird Bistro
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DOWNTOWN — Starting today Little Bird Bistro launches a new early bird/night owl happy hour menu and its loaded with screaming deals. Oysters on the half shell are $1.50 each. The Little Bird Burger was $9 at happy hour, now it's just $5. If you want to get fancy, there's foie gras with jam and toast, either as a torchon ($12) or seared ($16). And house cocktails are all $3 off. The early bird menu is available Monday-Fridy from 3 p.m. to  5 p.m. (plus 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the bar). The late night menu is available daily from 10 p.m.-12 a.m. throughout the restaurant.

DIVISION —  Pollo Norte sold out? That's ok, Xico is there for you. On Monday nights from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., the acclaimed modern Mexican restaurant on SE Division offers a $22 rotisserie chicken dinner for two that includes their signature salsas, beans, rice, and tortillas made from masa ground in-house. House wine is $5 and margaritas are $6. Reservations for the rotisserie dinner are highly encouraged, as they sell out fast.

CLINTON — Sok Sab Bai, the Cambodian food cart that was so good it went brick-and-mortar, offers its happy hour menu all night on Mondays. From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., you can get an assortment of Asian drinking snacks on the cheap like the saucy Cambodian sandwich (like a banh mi/pot roast mash-up) for $6, and spicy fried wings or crispy chicken skin salad for $5.

DOLLAR OYSTER ALERT Broder Nord has been killing it with its dollar oyster nights on Saturdays. Now Smallwares is getting in the game, bringing you $1 oysters every Monday night starting February 16.

Smallwares

25 North Fremont Street, , OR 97227 (503) 206-6421 Visit Website

Little Bird Bistro

215 Southwest 6th Avenue, , OR 97204 (503) 688-5952 Visit Website

Xico

3715 Southeast Division Street, , OR 97202 (503) 548-6343 Visit Website

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