Get the night started with pan con queso. It's cheesy good. Porçao's menus are presented on iPads for a few reasons. Because the menu is seasonal depending upon what's available, it's constantly changing, and the tablets eliminate the need to reprint, which is good for the environment. It's also nice to be able to see photos of the items you're thinking about ordering, and these definitely do the food justice.
Okeechobee molasses-cured salmon is thickly sliced and served alongside buttered toast and with citrus clabber cream and a house-made mustard ($12).
Veal marrow is broiled for a change and topped with royal red shrimp, herb salad, and a toasted horseradish crumble ($18). A fattie but goodie.