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Question about Le Pigeon

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I am in Portland for the next two days and was just wondering since i am solo, do i need to make a reservation at le pigeon and if so whats a good time to go...thanks in advance...

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I would assume you'd need a reservation, I think they're on opentable...

Little Bird is Gabriel Rucker's other restaurant so if you can't get in at Le Pigeon, you might want to try that.

Good luck and post pics, I keep meaning to get over there and just haven't made it yet!


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It is my understanding that the kitchen counter seats are reserved for walk ins. Though I would call to confirm.


Robert R

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