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Jul 9, 2014
Woodsman Market shutters, a Jade District night market hits Fubonn, the Doug Fir gets a menu overhaul, Harvester seeks a new name, and tickets go on sale for Nicky USA's Wild About Game
Jun 19, 2014
The Portland Farmers Market returns to Pioneer Courthouse Square, Ración gets a new bartender, Nonna and DOC shake up their service, and more updates from around Portland
Jun 6, 2014
Tickets are now on sale for the June 22 hoedown featuring breakfast fare from six top Portland restaurants and six of the city's best bloody marys.
Jun 5, 2014
Do your future self a solid and stop waffling on those Feast commitments. Some of the hottest events of the 2014 lineup are selling out soon.
Jun 5, 2014
Want to develop a healthy kombucha habit without shelling out a few bucks a day at the store? Start making it yourself!
Jun 4, 2014
We say goodbye to Bar Dobre and Sauvage, say hello to Case Study Coffee and Little Big Burger on Alberta, and look forward to a new era at Laurelhurst Market.
Apr 22, 2014
We say hello to Kachka, Boke Bowl West, and Jackknife, bid farewell to Good Keuken and Viking Soul Food, and share two chances to dine out for a great cause.
Apr 15, 2014
Whether you’re looking to learn to bake bread, make your own cheese in under an hour, or tap into bartending tips from a Portland pro, these cookbook events have you covered.
Feb 13, 2014
Creamy Stumptown cold brew in a carton, chocolate from a treehouse, and Mexican mole — we've rounded up a new batch of Oregon-made goods for your snacking pleasure.
Jan 22, 2014
Shut Up and Eat expands to a DIY sandwich-building deli, Growlers Hawthorne debuts with 40 taps, Mi Mero Mole offers Super Bowl snacks, and more of the city's hottest food stories.
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