Food Reviews & Stories
Montavilla has long been home to some of Portland’s better
pizza. To my mind, at least. Flying Pie makes excellent classic
pizzeria pies, moderately thick and covered in a blanket of salty
Footbag championships organizer explains modern hacky sack.
Of course Portland has high-level, competitive Hacky Sack.
Considering our city is home to sizable Quidditch and unicycle scenes,
you shouldn’t be surprised to see serious interest in the lunch-
Our blind taste test of 40 bottled double IPAs available on Portland shelves.
Double IPA is the new IPA. That became obvious when we set
out to taste test a variety of summer seasonal beers. I expected
Belmont Station’s coolers to be crammed with marionberry wits and
21st Avenue World Cup Beer Garden
625 NW 21st Ave., 202-744-1496, facebook.com/worldcupbeergarden. 8:30 am-9 pm daily.
Go for: Breakfast sandwiches with beer and bros.
When it opened in 2011, the r
In 1984, a time capsule was buried in Pioneer Courthouse
Square. Inside, with a pair of Nikes, a boom box and a “Frankie Says
Relax” T-shirt, went two bottles of Henry Weinhard’s ales. Henry
Ticket one: Peach Slap, from the Portland Deschutes
brewpub, is a mild but deeply complex sour made with peach puree,
habanero peppers, juniper and pink peppercorn. It was the consensus
Lately, everyone is chasing charity with
beer. Portland will soon have its first nonprofit brewery, Ex Novo, not
far from its first nonprofit pub, Oregon Public House. And at that
[ROCK…WITH ACCORDION?! WHAAA?] It’s hard to rock out in
this wacky, post-Mumford world. Not necessarily to perform rock
music—that’s been pretty much the same since the ’60s—but to be