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Porto is a Michelin-starred love letter to the fishing villages and farmsteads along the Atlantic Coast of Portugal and Spain’s Galicia.

Porto showcases wild-caught imported seafood, gourmet tinned seafood and exclusive wines from this delicious corner of the world. From inside our artfully appointed dining rooms guests can enjoy a chefs tasting or decadently combine it with seasonal expressions from our a la carte menu. No matter where you sit, the intoxicating aromas from the wood-burning ovens and grills will heighten the culinary journey. 

Fresh, wild caught fish imported weekly travels to Porto’s wood-burning ovens and grills where Executive Chef Marcos Campos, Culinary Director Erwin Mallet and Executive Pastry Chef Shannah Primiano take center stage at our expansive chef’s island and chef’s counter.

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Open-flame cooking, the most primitive of all culinary techniques, was specifically chosen for its ability to impart a sublime range of flavors, trigger nostalgia and tap into smoke-scented memories. As on land, seasonality and sustainability plays an important factor in the sea, limiting the availability of many items to a two- to three-month season. Curing and smoking, with a light hand, are techniques used to ensure that the fresh fish Porto imports can be enjoyed later into the year despite fishing seasons coming to a close. The wood-burning oven stays busy even while the restaurant is closed, its embers slowly turning fish bones into a rich stock or helping to enrich the flavors of an over-night stew. Leftover herbs get a second life as various infusions used in Porto’s cocktails.