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Oso Market & Bar Extinguishes Its Burners

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You have two weeks left to eat its Basque and Spanish-inspired dishes

Oso Market & Bar
Oso Market & Bar
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After nearly three years, Oso Market & Bar is closing at 726 SE Grand Ave., and the last day of service will be September 2, according to a press release Eater received today. With a heavy focus on wine and an exceptional brunch, Oso Market & Bar focused on serving Basque and Spanish dishes and also offered a marketplace full of cheeses, conservas, and wines.

In their announcement, owners Colin Howard and Holly Johnson say Oso Market & Bar will maintain regular hours for the next week, and from August 30 to September 2, it will serve dinner only. The announce continues:

On Friday, September 2, Oso Market will run its final service. Portland, we thank you for your love and loyalty over the last three years. It has been the energy, enthusiasm, and fine tastes of our customers that made us who we are. We will take these next few weeks to celebrate the great relationships we have made along the way as well as honor the hard work and talent of our staff. We look forward to a new set of opportunities and making more time for our friends and family. Long live great food and great wine!

Oso Market & Bar

726 SE Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97214

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