Frice Pastry & Philippe’s Bread
4082 N Williams Ave., 971-266-8348.
Ask Kurt Huffman how much his restaurant empire
ChefStable used to spend on bread, and he’ll answer qui
BEER AND CIDERBelmont Station & Biercafe
4500 SE Stark St., 232-8538, belmont-station.com.
Kind of like Mary Tyler Moore to Dick Van Dyke, Belmont
Station is a now wholly independent spinoff o
Benessere Olive Oils and Vinegars
907 SW 9th Ave., 206-5317; 1428 NE Broadway, 281-6389; benessereoil.com.
Oh, to be innocent and skinflinty again, and not know just
what a difference the right oi
5211 NE 148th Ave., 253-5103, thebarnproduce.com. Open June 1-Thanksgiving. Closed Sunday.
Smack in the middle of one of the most industrial
stretches of Portland—near the airport and m
Pickle chasers, drunken cornhole, wine pubs of the future and everything else you need to know about Portland bars this year.
Our livers hurt, but our hearts are full.
To make this guide to Portland bars, we have traveled the
wine lounges and beer pubs of Portland, the cocktail halls and juke
joints and paint-thinner
5424 NE 30th Ave., expatriatepdx.com. 5 pm-midnight daily.
Recently it’s become vogue for Portland’s trendier drinking
establishments to offer a selection of fine old books to
2880 SE Gladstone St.
C-Bar does not fuck around. There are 15 pinball machines here, mostly obscure, with a weird emphasis on cult sci-fi: Doctor Who, Flash Gordon and Star Tr
Multnomah Whiskey Library
Pepe Le Moko
The Richmond Bar
(NEW!) Angel Face
14 NE 28th Ave., 239-3804. 5 pm-midnight Sunday-Thursday, 5 pm-1 am Friday-Saturday.
Angel Face is precious. The food is little and lovely from
oyster to meurette—not surprisin