Just 373 days after closing its doors for what most speculated would be the last time, the legendary Belmont Street Eatery Genoa will begin dinner service on December 1st. The building that housed Portland’s most influential and legendary eatery since 1970 has been gutted to its studs, thanks to new owner Trish Eiting. Genoa will have a new look and feel having been completely redrawn and reworked by Works Partnership Architecture and Siteworks and a new direction with Chef David Anderson at the wheel. Longtime Genoa manager and owner Kerry DuBuse is part of the team, and the new Genoa will reportedly serve many of its old favorites. Bagna Caoda anyone?

As first reported by The Oregonian, Genoa will add a casual wine bar called Accanto.