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open everyday: 4-12
dinner menu: 5-10
happy hour: 4-6 & 10-12

1005 se ankeny street
portland or 97214




Call 503-233-4129 from 1p – 9p daily, or book online with Resy.
Reservations required for parties of 6 or more.

Open from 4-12
Happy Hour 4-6 & 10-12
DInner Menu 5-10

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Eater, Portland OR by Brooke Jackson-Glidden

Duck Fat Madeleines Land on SE Ankeny Next Month

Normandie, the seafood-heavy restaurant coming to the former Rue space, opens Nov. 1.

Normandie, the mind-boggling seafood restaurant taking over the abandoned Rue space on SE Ankeny, now has an opening date. Starting November 1, the restaurant will sling eyebrow-raising dishes like sea urchin blini and croque madame croquettes alongside a bar packed with sparkling wine and calvados……[read more]

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Eater, Portland OR by Brooke Jackson-Glidden

A Restaurant Inspired By The Coast Heads To SE Portland

Normandie, the seafood-heavy restaurant coming to the former Rue space, opens Nov. 1.

Eclectic, seafood-heavy restaurant Normandie will open in the abandoned Ruespace this October, with a team of talented folks behind it. Normandie will serve everything from oysters on the half-shell to charred octopus with peaches, all in an airy, 62-seat space…..[read more]

The 10 Most Anticipated Openings in Portland This Fall

From rogan josh to fried chicken sandwiches

A handful of Veritable Quandary alums are opening this eclectic restaurant in the former Rue space, and the menu alone, designed by chef Heather Kintler, is turning heads….[read more]



May 21st: A Fine Line

May 21st, join Normandie’s sommelier and co-owner, Amanda Cannon Winquist at the Willamette Valley screening of “A Fine Line,” with the filmmaker Joanna James in attendance 7pm.

“A Fine Line” explores why less than 7% of head chefs and restaurant owners are women hearing candid insights from world renowned chefs. A personal story unfolds of a small town restaurateur on a mission to do what she loves while raising two kids and the odds stacked mightily against her.

click here to watch a trailer

Amanda will partake in the post-screening panel hearing insight from Restaurateurs, Chefs, Winemakers and Food Activists about the state of the hospitality industry and what we can do to make more diverse, inclusive environments with women at the helm 8:15pm