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King Tide Fish and Shell is one of the newest seafood restaurants in Portland, located inside RiverPlace hotel with stunning views of the river. King Tide offers classic American seafood classics dishes, like clam chowder and lobster rolls...
08-10-2018 | USA Today
Don't expect halibut cheeks or bluefin collars—so far, King Tide is mostly about familiar flavors seen through a new lens. The crab cakes and loaded fries are among the standouts. But even when the dishes fail, you can't beat the riverfront view.
07-31-2018 | Willamette Week
The recently rebranded King Tide Fish and Shell in the Kimpton RiverPlace Hotel has a front-row seat to the fireworks display, and is taking full advantage of it with a party on the patio. Guests will have a chance to grab 4th of July staples like cedar-plank salmon and slow-cooked pork ribs from a buffet served from 7 to 9 p.m., followed by the fireworks display over the river.
06-22-2018 | Eater Portland
A spacious foyer organically links the lounge and bar to the dining room, which boasts colorful patchwork rugs, leather and denim seating, nautical floor lamps, and brightly hued seaglass artwork.
06-18-2018 | HospitalityDesign
Chef Lauro Romero built his entire menu at the newly opened King Tide Fish and Shell on the waterfront in Portland, Ore., around sustainable seafood. Among his signature sustainable seafood options is wild line-caught Oregon rockfish, which he offers three ways on his menu: as part of his signature fish n’ chips, as a ceviche and an entree.
05-18-2018 | Nation's Restaurant News
At King Tide Fish & Shell, a new restaurant that opened on April 26 in Portland, Ore., diners can enjoy clam chowder poutine-style in this dish featuring fries topped with chowder sauce, razor and manila clams and bacon pieces.
05-10-2018 | Restaurant Hospitality
While King Tide Fish & Shell will be more of an upscale dining experience, they also plan to host a summer pop-up along the waterfront with more casual dishes like fish tacos and ceviche.
04-27-2018 | Fodors
Replacing Three Degrees in the Kimpton RiverPlace, King Tide will serve American seafood classics, including a raw bar. Powell’s cocktails will be mostly fish-friendly and bright, with some dark spirits as well. Summer pop-ups will return to the waterfront, but no word on exactly what that means yet.
03-08-2018 | Eater Portland
Eateralso reported that the Kimpton Hotel’s new Three Degrees rebranding has a new name and focus. It’ll be called King Tide Fish & Shell and will open this April.
03-02-2018 | The Portland Mercury
"...both the dining room and bar will have a somewhat classical design with hints of a nautical theme, and plenty of wood fixtures, evoking a Pacific Northwest fishing lodge."
02-23-2018 | Eater Portland
"King Tide Fish & Shell is set to open on the banks of the Willamette River, taking over the former Three Degrees space, this April."
02-23-2018 | Portland Food & Drink