Coquine opened in 2015 as a cozy little spot in Portland’s quiet Mount Tabor neighborhood. Since then, it’s become one of the Pacific Northwest’s most acclaimed restaurants without losing its charm. Dinner comes as either four- or seven-course menus, with optional oysters, caviar and wine pairings. During the day, Coquine is a marketplace with everything from pasture-raised meats and plastic-free home goods to wine, beer and coffee. The market and restaurant also gives 1% of each purchase to fund regenerative farming initiatives.