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Decarli is an ambitious restaurant created by Jana and Paul Decarli, a husband and wife team who, along with their professional staff, are dedicated to food, wine, and providing an excellent dining experience. Rustic Italian cuisine is served, featuring polenta fries w/ gorgonzola butter, pizzettas and espresso-braised shortribs. Also serving Sunday brunch that is quickly becoming a local favorite! High ceilings, original fir floors, brass chandeliers and brick walls define this comfortable space with a birdseye view of the open kitchen from the bar. Come for dinner, happy hour, or brunch.

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  1. Delicious Day Trip in the Gorge With Paul Decarli

    written by Kerry Newberry on September 14th, 2015

    Chef Paul Decarli takes a tasty journey from the soul-satisfying Italian classics of his Portland-area restaurant to wine in the Columbia River Gorge.

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