O'Porto Restaurant infuses traditional Portuguese cuisine with modern touches, and that appeals to a broad variety of diners, said owner Sergio De Sousa. "The modern cuisine tends to be healthier, lighter, with more grilled food and a lot of fish and seafood," De Sousa said. OPorto also celebrates the 12 regions of Portugal with a reasonably priced, monthly prix fixe menu, each of which is dedicated to a different geographical area. His favorite? "There's a region near Lisbon called Erisseira," De Sousa said, "an up-and-coming region for surfing. We serve a dish called arros marisco, a mixture of seafood, shrimp, scallops clams mussels with rice and sauce with cilantro like a bouillabaisse. Its very popular."