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Olympia Provisions Southeast


503-954-3663 107 SE Washington St
Portland, OR 97214


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Olympia Provisions Southeast is open with 4 outdoor covered patio tables. Each table has it's own mini "fireplace" and heater and can seat up to four guests. Please make a reservation through Open Table ahead of time due to limited space. And, while we're doing our best to keep the patio warm wear a jacket! It's cold in the Winter!

 

**On Monday 2/8 our on premise out door dining will be closed while we construct a new patio. We will remain open for take out.**

**On Tuesday 2/9 our on premise out door dining will be closed for lunch while we construct a new patio. We will open at 5pm for dine in and take out.**

Hours

Dinner: Nightly 5pm-9pm

Brunch: Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10am-3pm

Lunch: Monday-Thursday11:30am-3pm

Happy Hour: Daily 3-5pm

 

Tucked into one of Portland’s beautifully restored industrial buildings, Olympia Provisions Southeast has grown from establishing the city’s first salumeria to being a destination for refined, European-style dishes. Our menu here is guided by the capable hands of chef Katherine Roe, and reflects an innovative approach to the traditions of rustic Spanish and Mediterranean cooking. In combining these methods with the clean, bold flavors of the Pacific Northwest, Roe's dishes highlight the locally-sourced meats and seasonal vegetables you’ll find on her menus.

Right now we are open for lunch, brunch, happy hour, and dinner. We have four covered and heated patio tables available for reservation or walk in seating. We also have options available for pick up or delivery through call in, Tock, or Caviar.

Our Amazing Staff


  • Emily Hannah-Lewis

    SE Bar Manager/Sommelier

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    Emily Hannah-Lewis

    SE Bar Manager/Sommelier

    Emily's first exposure to restaurants was getting underfoot at her mother's coffee shop in Southern California, which instilled a lifelong love of food and a passion for hospitality. After four years in LA doing everything from pouring beer and waiting tables, to washing a dish or two, Emily moved to Portland, OR in 2014 and began her career at Olympia Provisions in late 2015. Under the guidance of Jess Hereth, Emily was able to discover and foster her love and passion for low intervention wines and craft cocktails, taking the helm as bar manager and wine educator in September of this year. 
    When she's is not at work she can be found enjoying a glass of Riesling or Nero d'Avola, and enjoying the company of her husband and two dogs, Evie and Bina. 
  • Jessica "Jess" Hereth

    Wine Director / Operations Director

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    Jessica "Jess" Hereth

    Wine Director / Operations Director

    Jess' first job was in the dish pit of a panini cafe where she worked to save money for her first trip to Europe. Since then she graduated summa cum laude in French, rode elephants and motorcycles in Southeast Asia, taught English in Champagne, and worked in just about every restaurant position that doesn't require actual cooking skills.  After almost 9 years with Olympia Provisions Jess not only oversee's the daily operations of the OP restaurants, but with the help of the fabulous staff she curates the OP wine programs as well. Jess studied wine formally and is a certified sommelier, receiving the top grade in her class. She has a solid foundation of global wine regions, styles, and wine making practices, and is an adamant supporter of small production, minimal intervention wines. In 2018 she was named one of Food & Wine Magazine's top 7 sommeliers of the year. Jess also makes wine under her label Stick Figurine. When not at OP you'll likely find her gardening with her two dogs, picnicking in remote areas of Oregon, or learning to throw clay.  

  • Joe Vannaman

    Master Pickler

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    Joe Vannaman

    Master Pickler

    As a child, Joe began making pickles in his grandmother’s kitchen. He recalls summer afternoons in rural South Jersey sealing mason jars of applesauce, fruits, tomatoes, and pickled eggs. Joe maintained his passion for cooking and later attended the Philadelphia Restaurant School. After a stop over in New York, Joe eventually made his way to Portland and began working at Olympia Provisions in 2010. Joe not only loves making artisanal pickles, but in his spare time, he enjoys rockin’ out on his bass with his band, Sleeptalker.