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Spending one night at the RiverPlace hotel on Tuesday 26 August 14. Will have a car. Thought about eating somewhere within walking distance and had looked at McCormick & Schmick's but after reading recent reviews am undecided.

Would prefer to be able to walk but can certainly use the rental car if needed. No particular favorite cuisine; sushi is not a particular like. Smart casual attire (or less) preferred as well as low(er than a Lady Gaga concert) noise level. Budget not a big issue.

We will have come in from a couple of nights at Cannon Beach where I suspect we'll have eaten seafood.

Appreciate any recommendations and thanks in advance. Yes, I have read the recs here but wanted something a bit more current.

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