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HOURS

Sun–Th 11-9:30
Fr-Sat 11–10:00
Tues Closed

LOCATION

79 Portland St.
Portland, ME 04101

CONTACT

207 808 8533

info@isaportlandme.com

Isa is a cozy neighborhood bistro serving an eclectic yet seasonally driven menu. The dishes are influenced by the places we've been and the things we love.

 

You've asked for it so Happier Hour is happening!  4:30-5:30pm Weekdays.  Closed Tuesday. 

We accept reservations for parties of 6 or more.

Parking is available in our lot behind or on Portland Street.

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Purveyors

 

PRODUCE
Stonecipher Farm | Bowdoinham, Maine

TEA
Nellie's Tea | South Portland, Maine

COFFEE
Tandem Coffee | Portland, Maine

RABBIT
Sumner Valley Farm | Sumner, Maine

MUSHROOMS
North Spore | Westbrook, Maine

 

STANDARD BAKING COMPANY
Portland, Maine

MICUCCI'S GROCERY
Portland, Maine

UPSTREAM TRUCKING
Portland, Maine

A WEE BIT FARM
Orland, Maine

 

 

 

OWNERS

Suzie St. pierre

Suzie has extensive industry experience in Maine, Washington DC., and New York City, both serving and managing.  Her love of the business (and her husband) has brought her home to finally open the place they have talked about for years.

Isaul Perez

Isaul has worked in New York City for years, cooking primarily French and Italian cuisine.  His Mexican heritage combined with his years of experience gives the isa menu a unique twist. 

PRESS

Where to eat now- ISA

September 27th, 2015 

Check out the article in the September issue of the Old Port Magazine.

Four More Restaurants for the Coming Soon Files

January 21st, 2015 at 6:31

According to Portland Food Map, photographer Suzie St. Pierre is converting the first floor and basement of New World Kitchens at 79 Portland Street to "a small casual bistro-style restaurant. St Pierre has 15 years experience working in restaurants outside Maine." The new restaurant will have fine-dining institution Back Bay Grill as a neighbor.
 

Isa Owners Suzie St. Pierre and Isaul Perez Eager to Inhabit Unsaturated Bayside

Jan 20 2015, 12:08p

It's been a few months since the announcement of Suzie St. Pierre's plans for the basement of the New World Kitchens building at 79 Portland Street. At the time, details were scant; she didn't even have a name for the casual bistro.