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Not So Common After All

Clyde Common sets the high-ceilinged bar for creative gastropub fare.


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Clyde Common, which opened in early May, has attracted more positive buzz than just about any place in town. The bare, high-ceilinged space in the new Ace Hotel, just off West Burnside Street, is fill ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Heidi Yorkshire

Space Oddity

Rocket's American-food revolution isn't off the launch pad just yet.


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Let's deconstruct a hamburger. On the most obvious level, it's a ground beef patty on a bun, often topped with tomato and lettuce, with a pile of French fries on the side. When I ordered a dessert ca ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 4, 2007 Heidi Yorkshire

Lost at sea

Bay 13 needs to steer toward bolder waters.


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Bay 13, the splashiest addition to the Pearl District's restaurant scene, bills itself as Portland's "first sustainable seafood restaurant." We'll get to the sustainable part later, but let's start wi ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 28, 2007 Heidi Yorkshire

Dish Review


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Looks: 10, Food: 01 The Pearl's new Ten 01's visuals are stunning, but its menu needs a big tuneup. [January 31st, 2007] The neomodernist design of the new Ten 01 is so striking that when you walk in you might imagine for a moment that you're in a bigger, flashier city—maybe Las Vegas or Chica   More
 
Sunday, March 18, 2007 Heidi Yorkshire

LIFE AFTER ZEFIRO

Forget nostalgia, 23Hoyt builds its own Northwest legend.


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When Bruce Carey, Chris Israel and Monique Siu opened Zefiro in 1990, the restaurant blew through the Portland scene like a gust of fresh wind. Local diners were thrilled to find a restaurant that rem ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 28, 2007 Heidi Yorkshire

Hiro's Welcome

Hiroshi redefines sushi as it floats from Lake O to the Pearl.


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Buddha knows, Portland has plenty of sushi restaurants. You can get your raw fish on toy trains, on buffets or at top-end spots like downtown's Murata. You'd think this niche needed no more options&md ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 24, 2007 Heidi Yorkshire

Dish Review


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August 9th, 2006] One of my favorite pizzas in town, at Ken's Artisan Bakery in Northwest Portland, has been available only one night a week. Owner Ken Forkish, whose breads are second to none, began his pizza quest modestly about a year ago, serving a few pies in a small space on Monday nights. Bef   More
 
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 Heidi Yorkshire

Restaurant Guide 2006


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Simpatica is the perfect name for this easygoing establishment, where the three boisterous chef-owners (the same crew behind Viande Meats) revitalize classic culinary themes with the panache of jazz musicians infusing new life into familiar standards. For sheer deliciousness, the food usually can't    More
 
Friday, October 20, 2006 Heidi Yorkshire

Restaurant Guide 2006


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The abrupt departure of impresario Michael Hebb from clarklewis last spring got plenty of attention, but time has proven that the most important member of the team is still there: chef Morgan Brownlow. If anybody's going to write an obit for this restaurant, it won't be because of the food. The menu   More
 
Tuesday, October 17, 2006 Heidi Yorkshire

Restaurant Guide 2006


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Though chefs intone the "local-seasonal" mantra nonstop these days, is there another restaurant in town that can top chef-owner Marco Shaw's impressive commitment? With the exception of things like citrus that just don't grow here, 11 months out of the year all—yes, all—the produce, meat   More
 
Tuesday, October 17, 2006 Heidi Yorkshire
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