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Our waitress was lovely and the restaurant coped with what was clearly a very busy mid-week sitting. Great scallops, pork and chocolatey pudding. Smart and interesting menu and food very well presented. Only mild criticism was that cocktail pre dinner not so great full of ice so watery rather than having that cocktail kick but the pinot with dinner was great!
A large group of us dined at Celilo in June of this summer and all of the food was fantastic. The service was great too, very attentive, even though we were a such a large group.
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The mussel appetizer and cheese selection was very good. We shared our entrees so that everyone could enjoy the different choices. Especially wonderful was the pork loin, the tagliatelle, the scallops! Then for the dessert our favorites were the apple tart and the chocolate trio.
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Their inventive cocktails and local wines were also worth mentioning. We will definitely go back. We shared the cheese plate and although the bread was weird overall it was very good. Drinks were good too and nice decor. My husband and I decided to go to celilo for our one year wedding anniversary dinner. We were excited and thought that the menu sounded wonderful. Very soon we started to get let down because the host that sat us smelled strongly of BO! We were horrified that such a nice restaurant would permit an employee to be like this, but we had hopes of our waiter being a different person.
Again we were let down. Not only was the host our waiter but everytime he came back to our table we had to hold our breath!
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He was nice enough but seemed so unsure of what he was doing. When he asked to take our order it was like he didn't know if he should take it or not. When our food finally arrived we felt as if we were the couple in the credit card comercial that had been waiting for months to get into this one nice restaurant but to be dissappointed that the portions were so small that they called it elf food. We did enjoy the small amounts that were on our plate but right after we left Celilo we walked directly across the street to the pizza place.
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Review of Celilo Restaurant and Bar. Celilo Restaurant and Bar. Celilo Restaurant and Bar is not available for your requested time. Choose another time, or search restaurants with availability. Ranked 10 of Restaurants in Hood River. Restaurant details Good for: Bar scene, Business meetings, Local cuisine, Romantic, Special occasions. At Celilo, we are committed to a healthy and sustainable future. Our menus feature Pacific Northwest cuisine made with fresh and local ingredients. Reviewed October 8, Write a Review Reviews This is the first modern critical study of Thomas Hood, the popular and influential nineteenth-century poet, editor, cartoonist and voice of social protest.
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Acclaimed by Dickens, the Brownings and the Rossettis, Hood's quirky, diverse output bridges the years between and and offers fascinating insights for Romanticists and Victorianists alike. Lodge's timely book explores the relationship between Hood's playfulness, his liberal politics, and contemporary cultural debate about labour and recreation, literary materiality and urban consumption.
Each chapter examines something distinctive of interdisciplinary interest, including the early nineteenth-century print culture into which Hood was born; the traditional, urban and political ramifications of the grotesque art and literature aesthetic; the cultural politics of Hood's trademark puns; theatre, leisure and the 'labour question'. Lively and accessible, this book will appeal to scholars of nineteenth-century English Literature, Visual Arts and Cultural Studies. Hood and the minor: Hood and the grotesque 5.