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Thumbnail for - Sephardic Flavors at Scott Snyder's Levant
Mar 27, 2013
FIRST IMPRESSIONS
How a new French-Arabesque restaurant on E Burnside fuses the cuisines of Spain, Portugal, North Africa, and the Middle East into one of the boldest openings of the year.
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Mar 13, 2013
FIRST IMPRESSIONS
A neighborhood Vietnamese spot brings a wallet-friendly happy hour and expertly crafted cocktails to Northwest Portland.
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Aug 29, 2012
FIRST IMPRESSIONS
Portland’s food cart community enters the bagel fray.
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Jan 11, 2012
FIRST IMPRESSIONS
If Portland had an official banh mi sandwich, it would look something like this: slow-cooked, stuffed to the brim with mostly local pork, layered with creativity, and served with potato chips....
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May 11, 2011
Best of PDX
Dearest Eat Beat Readers: It is with a heavy heart and a rumbling belly that after 10 months of chronicling our fair city’s culinary scene, I must say goodbye. Although I’ve loved every interview...
Thumbnail for - Let Them Eat Fish
Apr 18, 2011
OPENING DAY
  Expectations were high for the debut of St. Jack’s new Sunday brunch. Chef Trent Pierce’s seafood-anchored menu promised to be a different take on Portland’s standard put-an-egg-on-it brunch. To...
Thumbnail for - Flesh-Free Fine-Dining at Northeast’s Natural Selection
Mar 30, 2011
First Impressions
  I’ll admit it: I had reservations about my reservations at Natural Selection (3033 NE Alberta St), chef/owner Aaron Woo’s new higher-end vegetarian/vegan eatery. Why? Despite being a life-long...
Thumbnail for - Good Eats at Grain & Gristle
Jan 5, 2011
First Impressions
Glancing around Grain & Gristle’s warm and woody interior (a U-shaped maple bar, exposed beams, wood table tops and chairs, wooden salt and pepper shakers), I have the distinct impression...
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