In only a few short years, Coffeehouse NW has become a coffee institution in Portland. The light-filled shop on West Burnside Street has continued to innovate from one year to the next. This year? A revamped food menu featuring pastries from baker Adam Kennedy (calling himself Broken Frame), including a fabulously simple European-style sandwich of prosciutto and butter on baguette ($4) and whimsical kumquat brioche ($3). Another innovation: Drip coffee four ways. You choose among French press, Eva Solo, Melitta or Chemex—four different kinds of filters that strain out different amounts of sediment and oil from the shop's Stumptown coffee, leaving you with as clean or dirty a cup as you like.