September 27th, 2012 6:15 pm | by RUTH BROWN Food & Drink | Posted In: Future Drinking

Future Drinking: Tasty N Alder Opening West Side; A New Cidery

And more new places to eat and drink in Portland


Our weekly round-up of Portland restaurant and bar gossip, via OLCC liquor license applications:

The previously announced west side outlet of John Gorham's Tasty N Sons, Tasty N Alder, has applied for a full license for the revamped Cox's Dry Cleaners building at 580 SW 12th Ave. According to a press release I got last week, the restaurant is supposed to open early 2013, and will serve the original Tasty N Sons brunch menu as well as a new dinner menu focussing on "steak, chops and meat."

Awesome pun alert: A new cider maker called OutCider has applied for a winery license (cideries require a winery license, not a brewery license).

Bob and Alice's Tavern at 6517 SE Foster Rd. has changed hands: from Bob and Alice's LLC to Pants and Dreams LLC. The new owners are named Amanda and James.

John's Restaurant at 8608 N Lombard will now just be called Dads. Nope, no apostrophe—just more than one dad. Quite progressive, really.

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