Olympia Provisions

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 9 publications
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9 expert recommendations


Bon Appétit

How much charcuterie can you eat? (Answer: A lot). Full review →


Fodor's Tick Choice

Salumist Elias Cairo made a name for himself throughout the country with his artisanal charcuterie. Full review →


Frommer's 33

Now it's the place to go for the best pancetta, chorizo, and fennel-pocked finocchiona in town. Full review →


Gayot 12.0

Olympic Provisions is a leader in Portland's charcuterie renaissance. Full review →


Lonely Planet

Just a few items like biscuits with sausage gravy, keilbasa hash and three kinds of benedicts. Also at 107 SE Washington St. Full review →



Not every dish here includes the signature charcuterie, but most of the menu, clear through to the desserts, bursts with the vividness and intensity of chorizo. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

A dinner that changes seasonally may include pan-roasted octopus or choucroute, a dish comprised of sauerkraut, pork, and potatoes. Full review →



This delightful salumeria—amazingly, given all the house-cured meats here, Portland’s first—has both a retail side and a restaurant side. On the retail side, you can take home savory... Full review →


Zagat 4.2

Fans of these "cool" but "cozy" European-style salumerias in the Northwest District and Buckman like that they have a "big-city deli and butcher-shop feel". Full review →

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