FINO is a 62-seat, locally owned, neighborhood bistro, bar & pizzeria, located in North Portland's historic Kenton district. The restaurant has 2 distinct personalities. Up front is the take-out counter where you can get your pizza to go (slices and whole pies) or grab a seat and a cocktail at the intimate bar and order any dish from our extensive menu. Follow the glowing tomato lights down the hallway to arrive at our spacious 48-seat dining room, perfect for date night or dinner with the family. With a décor of plush earth tones, glass mosaics & light fixtures from local artists and heavenly aromas wafting through the air, FINO is a feast for the senses.
Owner and operator Jason Riley purchased FINO in the fall of 2018. Seen as an homage to the classic Italian neighborhood restaurants of his New England youth, FINO was the ideal space to create the positive, inclusive neighborhood restaurant which he had envisioned for so many years. We take great pride in carrying the torch of Kenton’s neighborhood Italian Bistro and look forward to being host to all of your many celebrations of life.
Our dishes feature the freshest ingredients available including locally grown produce and locally raised, hormone free meats from Nicky USA, Cascade Natural, Carlton Farms and Draper Valley Farms. Numerous vegetarian, vegan & gluten free options are available including our popular vegan pizza, made with a creamy roasted pepper base and topped with house marinated tempeh and vegetables. The full bar features our not-to-be-missed signature Fino cocktails made with house infused rum & vodka, an extensive wine selection, as well as 6 rotating taps pouring the very finest in locally brewed beer.
Join Us - 7 Days a Week 11:30am – 10pm
Happy Hour: 4-6pm M-F/ Beer, wine, cocktail & food specials
Reservations Policy: We take reservations for parties of 5 or more
An 18% gratuity may be added for parties of 5 or more
We accept Visa & Master Card
Abundant street parking is available, as well as complimentary parking in our private lot behind the building, with one handicapped space (accessible from McClellan Street)