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Exterior of the Woodstock restaurant in February 2021, during the COVID-19 pandemic
Ate-Oh-Ate is a Hawaiian restaurant with two locations in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. Named after the area code 808 in Hawaii, the restaurant's logo depicts a "happy, well-fed" pig.
Description and history
The original restaurant was slated to open in August 2010, as of May. Benjamin Dyer opened the 40-seat restaurant along East Burnside Street on September 11, initially operating from 11am to 8pm. A grand opening party was held on October 19. The interior has high ceilings, skylights, exposed wood, a 50-foot-long mural, and "several island-themed tchotchkes".
Dyer, David Kreifels, and Jason Owens opened a second location ("Ate-Oh-Ate 2.0") in southeast Portland's Woodstock neighborhood, in October 2016, with a slightly smaller menu. The 600-square-foot space seats 48 people.
Ate-Oh-Ate offered takeout and delivery service during the COVID-19 pandemic, as of May 2020.
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