Photo by John Valls

Pasta (and much more) on the menu this weekend!

We're not yet open for dine-in service, as we’re still planning the safe reopening of our space. In the meantime, our patio pick-up is a great way to get your Nostrana fix, and our menu features some of our all-time favorite dishes — like this Paglia e Fieno “straw and hay” egg and spinach fettuccine. Served today (Thursday) with house smoked ham, shaved porcini mushroom, Your Kitchen Garden snap peas, spring onion, white wine, butter, parmigiano, and chive!

Order now for pickup this evening, or starting at 10am for same-day pickup later this weekend.

We'll be quietly opening a few tables on the patio in the near future for a casual experience with reduced staff interaction in the days to come. Follow us on Instagram to know when the patio opens in this limited capacity.
Thursday – Sunday, from 4pm – 8pm

Orders are exclusively accepted online for contactless patio pick-up. To place your order visit:

Our menu is updated daily. Same-day takeout ordering is available from 10am. Please note the ability to arrange a scheduled pick-up time during checkout.
Photo by John Valls


We're lucky to live in Oregon where the agriculture and seafood bounty is incredible!  A longtime staple at Nostrana is the Tuna Conserva Salad, made with Albacore tuna, white beans, red onion, and giardiniera (which is available for takeout menu).

The good folks at Oregon State University, in partnership with the Oregon Department of Agriculture, put together the Seafood Finder, a website dedicated to helping home cooks source delicious seafood right from Oregon waters. We share our Tuna Conserva recipe with you in hopes that you will give it a try at home. It's a great summer dish.

Salad of Oregon Albacore Tuna Conserva
with cannellini beans & house giardiniera

1 onion, thinly sliced
Olive oil poached tuna, drained and oil reserved and strained
Corona beans, drained
Giardiniera (Italian pickled vegetables)
Black peppercorns in a peppermill

Soak onion in cold water, squeezing with your hands and changing water every 10 minutes, until sweet and mild, about one hour. Drain well.

Combine beans and tuna and moisten generously with reserved oil. Arrange on a platter, top with the onion and garnish with giardiniera, drizzling a little of its pickling juice.
Garnish with red onion and grind black pepper over salad. Serve at room temperature.

Olive oil-poached tuna conserva

1.5 lbs fresh albacore tuna, brought just to room temperature
1 qt. extra virgin olive oil, light in flavor but with good aromatics
4 sprigs fresh thyme
8 whole garlic cloves, peeled
1 tsp black peppercorns, whole
The peel of one lemon (peeled with a vegetable peeler, without the white pith)

Cut fish into 1” thick, 6-7 oz. portions
Put oil in a sauce pan that will hold the fish fillets in a single layer. Add all the aromatic ingredients and heat on low heat to 150 degrees F for about 15 minutes. Add the fish and adjust heat to maintain a temperature of about 130 degrees F. It will take about 8-10 minutes for tuna to be done. It should be just opaque almost throughout. Let tuna cool in oil and refrigerate in its’ oil. It will keep for several days. The oil, kept refrigerated, can be strained and used once more for poaching more tuna (do not add any more herbs, etc. and discard when tuna is used.).

Baked Cannellini beans

2 ½ cups dried Corona beans, or cannellini or gigande beans
10 cups water for soaking
5 sage leaves
5 cloves garlic, peeled
3 Tbs extra virgin olive oil
1-2 Tbs coarse sea salt

Soak beans in water at least 8 hours or overnight at room temperature (if longer, soak in refrigerator).

Drain beans and place in a 3 quart saucepan and cover with 10 cups fresh water.
Add herbs, garlic and olive oil, bring to a boil, skim off any scum that forms, cover and simmer over the lowest possible heat until tender.
(Alternatively the beans can be brought to a simmer, placed in a 250 degree F oven, covered and cooked until tender).
Cool beans for 15 minutes in their liquid before adding salt to taste

Adapted from Quick Pickles, by Chris Schlesinger

8 cups total of any of the following vegetables in season:
Carrots, peeled and cut into 4” strips
Red bell peppers, seeded and cut to strips lengthwise
Radishes, whole or halved
Celery, cut into 4” strips
Cauliflower, cut into bite sized florets
Baby turnips, trimmed whole

7 large cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
3 Tbs fresh oregano and thyme sprigs
3 cups champagne vinegar
1 ¾ cup water
2 Tbs sugar
1 Tbs kosher salt
4 bay leaves
2 tsp fennel seeds
2 tsp black peppercorns

In a large non-reactive container combine vegetables with the garlic and fresh herbs and mix well.
In a medium non-reactive saucepan combine remaining ingredients and bring to a boil over high heat.
Reduce to low and simmer for 3 minutes, stirring to dissolve salt and sugar. Immediately pour hot vinegar mixture over the vegetables and mix gently. Allow to cool at room temperature, uncovered, then cover and refrigerate. The pickle tasted best in 3 days and will last for a month, covered and refrigerated.
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