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Apr 30, 2013
Our digest of Portland’s top upcoming food and drink events, including a DIY kimchi class and Breakside Brewery’s 3rd Anniversary Block Party.
Dec 13, 2012
We want to hear your picks for the best affordable bites in Portland.
Nov 1, 2012
When it comes to celebrating with sparkling wine this holiday season, think local first. Here, Portland Champagne expert David Speer shares his take on the state of Oregon bubbles.
Nov 2, 2011
This August I was fortunate enough to be invited on a press junket to Taiwan along with a couple of magazine writers and chef types. This was my second trip to Taiwan, the first being a broke-ass...
Oct 26, 2011
Around midmorning on Friday, the new Bunk Sandwiches (211 SW Sixth Ave) opened its floodgates to hordes of curious downtown business folk clambering for Bunk’s famously gutsy—and...
Oct 6, 2011
When Navarre’s John Taboada launched his second eatery, Luce (pronounced loo-chay), in early September, his goal was to avoid photos, blog posts, and Yelp reviews for two weeks. A month later,...
Sep 14, 2011
The carefully considered coffee still flows at Café Velo on the corner of SW Sixth Avenue and Pine Street, a few flaps away from Little Bird on the bus mall. But instead of North African street...
Jul 26, 2010
Today I finally made it to the Pioneer Courthouse Square outpost of The Portland Farmers Market, where I ran into my friend Liz Crain, who’s riding high having just published her first book, The...
Jul 14, 2010
It’s been about a year since Navarre chef and 2009 Oregonian Restaurant-of-the-Year recipient John Tobaoda announced he would debut his new event space, Luce, which is located on the southwest...
Jul 1, 2010
There are two types of Fourth of July fried chicken in Portland, Oregon: Country Cat ace chef Adam Sappington’s, and the fried chicken of everyone else. True, there are many great varieties of...
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