Tommy O’s Pacific Rim Bistro

801 Washington St, Vancouver, WA, United States

360.694.5107

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At Tommy O’s Pacific Rim Bistro, the vibrant, rich flavors of the cultures that compose the Pacific Ring of Fire serve as the inspiration behind our fresh and flavorful fare.  One of the best Happy Hour and Weekend Brunch destinations in Vancouver we also offer a full Sushi menu with creative and delicious options.  Lunch and Dinner choose from selections like Macadamia crusted Halibut, Kona coffee-rubbed Flat Iron Steak, or Island style cuisine like Teriyaki Chicken, Kalbi Ribs, and Coconut Shrimp!  We are happy to offer many gluten-free and vegetarian options as well.

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