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After years of creating extreme dinners in unlikely settings, 32-year-old Courtney Sproule has found a home for her elaborate Francophile parties. And with a chandelier-lit kitchen, wall-projected movies, and changing menus choreographed to tempt and amuse, the longtime acolyte of Portland’s French food godfather, the late Robert Reynolds, has reimagined what a restaurant can be. This is Din Din, a sweetly designed, picture-perfect Northeast Portland reincarnation of Sproule’s roving supper club of the same name—and a whimsical homage to her dad’s nightly chortle, “What’s for din din?” It’s as original as anything in Portland, and as close as can be to eating in a friend’s home. 

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