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Dining for 20 dimes.

  • Apr 22, 2009
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Combing the city  for the utmost happy hour menu can be a wondrous occasion unearthing jewels like:  Wings for a quarter, $1 oysters, 2-for1-1 sushi, and 16" gourmet pizza for just $5. But no menu can compare to the deals offered at McCormick & Schmick's. For about 20 dimes you can dine on the cheap!
The famed $1.95 menu boast healthy-sized burgers, fried Mac and Cheese bites, Shrimp Ceviche and delicious crab cakes. For $3 more all the big-spenders can order the an Ahi Tuna burger and fries. Can't go wrong for what it costs to park downtown.

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April 23, 2009
I've never had an issue with the food,however I have been a bit tipsy when I visited. LOL! Too bad no good deal on drinks.
April 22, 2009
The food deals are indeed crazy...sometimes the items seem a bit greasy however, at $1.95, I realize I should not be too picky. There is a McCormick's by our office and I sometimes wish that they would have happy hour pricing on beers, because they have a good selection of drafts.
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review by . May 25, 2010
McCormick & Schmick's happy hour is pretty decent when it comes to the kind of food you can order. If you're looking for cheap drinks, this may not be your place. Their happy hour doesn't include any good deals on alcohol, just crazy prices on plates that could be considered close to meals. My favorite is their $1.95 burger. It's pretty much the size of your standard restaurant burger and it comes with fries. Done deal!       The food on the menu during happy hour is …
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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants NASDAQMSSR is a publicly traded American seafood restaurant and catering chain, based in Portland, Oregon, USA with 87 locations under various names in the United States and six in Canada. The company dates its roots back to the 1970s, with Bill McCormick's purchase of Jake's Famous Crawfish Restaurant, a 100-plus year-old restaurant in Portland, Oregon.[3] McCormick hired Douglas Schmick for management, and the two formed Traditional Concepts in 1974, the precursor to the McCormick & Schmick's restaurants.[3]

The original McCormick & Schmick's restaurant was opened in 1979 in Portland.[3] As of 2009, there are almost 100 restaurants and catering locations in the United States and Canada. They specialize in fresh seafood, though they also serve steaks from the same wholesale supplier used at Morton's Restaurant Group steakhouses.
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