Eat Beat Team

Sign up for Portland Monthly’s weekly Eat Beat newsletter to stay up on the hottest new restaurants, happy hours, and top chefs. Karen Brooks has been cooking up opinions on Portland’s restaurant scene for 20 years. On Eat Beat, Brooks teams up with gastrophile, twitter-machine, and photographer extraordinaire Allison Jones and contributing writer and avid cook Ben Tepler. Join them as they dish on food news, chew over new restaurants, and sniff out the best bites in the city. Follow Allison on Twitter, and feel free to ask for local restaurant and bar recommendations any time!
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Thumbnail for - Market Makers: The Country Cat
Aug 6, 2009
In a city where chefs and farmers are by far the biggest local celebrities, the Portland Farmers Market in the South Park Blocks at PSU is where you’ll find them every Saturday morning. The...
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Aug 4, 2009
Jeff Kovel is a lucky man. Not only is he one of the city’s more talented designers (Skylab Architecture), he’s about to share an address with a Chris Israel eatery. Later this year, Israel and...
Thumbnail for - It’s Time for Portland to Recognize Beard’s Legacy
Jul 23, 2009
This week, the board of the International Association of Culinary Professionals is visiting Portland to plan its forthcoming global conference slated for April 2010. Last night, over a splendid...
Thumbnail for - Roux Is No More
Jul 17, 2009
I returned from vacation this week to sad news. Byron Beck reported Thursday that Roux has closed its doors. There was a time a few years ago when this Cajun restaurant on N Killingsworth Street...
Thumbnail for - Portland’s Best New Doughnuts
Jul 6, 2009
I’m a bit of a purist when it comes to my occasional doughnut. I have no use for sprinkles, and I find powdered sugar to be messy. While maple or chocolate frosting is generally delicious, it’s...
Thumbnail for - The Voodoo Burger in the New York Times
Jun 30, 2009
Sometimes in Portland, we take our weirdness for granted. We are indeed a city where midnight bike rides attract 20,000 naked cycling enthusiasts, where our most-renowned amenity is not a sports...
Thumbnail for - Beaker and Flask Debuts
Jun 25, 2009
I’m sure bartender and newly minted restaurateur Kevin Ludwig was growing tired of the question. And truth be told, the food fans were getting sick of asking, “When’s Beaker opening?” I tried not...
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Jun 24, 2009
If you ever doubted that NE 30th Avenue was the most serious contender to NE 28th Avenue’s restaurant row, you can put your doubts to rest today. Several hours ago, Micah Camden, the 30-year-old...
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Jun 17, 2009
With live-music venues Holocene and the Doug Fir Lounge, the ever-popular RonToms, and the alt-rock flesh parade at Union Jacks, the Lower Burnside and Morrison neighborhood is already one of...
Thumbnail for - Enter the Grown-Up Snickers … With Bacon
Jun 15, 2009
  Here’s something to celebrate. Local chocolatier and former Park Kitchen sous-chef David Briggs has recently unveiled a candy bar for adults. Dubbed the “Raleigh Bar,” Briggs’s latest and...
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