Cafe Portofino

Cafe Portofino

Café Portofino, located at 970 Rivers St., is an international garlic house featuring five-star cuisine in a casual atmosphere. Offering appetizers, salads, homemade soups, sandwiches and pasta dishes in addition to daily seafood and stir-fry specials, Cafe Portofino has quickly become a local favorite. All menu items are under $10! The Tap Room features an extensive beer and wine list in addition to darts, billiards and live music! Reservations are accepted and large parties can easily be accommodated.

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Business partners and operators, Burt Myers and Sandee Ashby, combine their talents in one of Boone's most unique restaurants. Myers' 22 years as a local Executive Chef and Ashby's 17 years as the sole proprietor of three restaurants in Honolulu, Hawaii is evident in their creative Thai, Eurasian, Italian, and Seafood dishes.. Myers is most proficient and known for his homemade sauces that top off the menu items and daily specials.

Cafe Portofino
970 Rivers St.
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: 828-264-7772
Web: http://www.cafeportofino.net/

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