The Portland International Film Festival ends with stage blood, suicide bombings and sled dogs.
Movie Reviews & Stories
It’s the home stretch of the Portland International Film
Festival, and judging by the final crop of movies, it’s going to be a
cruel push to the finish line. That’s not to say there’s noth
Food Cart of the Year: Burrasca
113 SE 28th Ave., burrascapdx.com. Lunch and dinner Tuesday-Saturday, lunch Sunday. Cash only.
Our 2014 Food Cart of the Year doesn’t really feel like a
300 N Killingsworth St., 285-4867, enatguada.com. Lunch and dinner Monday-Saturday.
The thing with Ethiopian restaurants is they all serve the
same basic lineup of dishes�
2035 SE Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., 477-4252, trinketpdx.com. Breakfast and lunch daily.
In Southeast’s sea of sausage gravy-soaked brunches,
Trinket has quickly proved itself both useful
5331 SW Macadam Ave., 227-3136, szechuanchefportland.com. Lunch and dinner daily.
There’s something piercingly lonesome about a vast Chinese
restaurant hall, something that summo
2333 NE Glisan St., 971-302-6002, thesudra.com. Lunch, dinner and late night daily.
The Sudra doesn’t serve Indian food, whatever they try to
tell you. Nowhere that ch
2088 NW Stucki Ave., Hillsboro, 531-9500, chennaimasala.net. Lunch and dinner Tuesday-Sunday.
Finding Indian food in Portland proper that hasn’t been
dumbed down for the locals