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CHEAP EATS: Free Eats


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We Portlanders aren't afraid to put our money where our mouths are, knowing that fine food is one of the greatest joys of life, and that what we eat affects our health, too. Sadly, though, sometimes w ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 28, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

Dish Review


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When the streets are thick with rush-hour auto traffic, biking can feel like swimming upstream. That's why we love the shot of bike friendliness that Black Sheep Bakery infuses into the morning bike commute with its counterculture version of the drive-thru espresso shack.   The new shop, opened   More
 
Sunday, March 18, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

Dish Review


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When self-righteous bohemians rail against gentrification�despite being a major watershed for yuppie invasions themselves�I just want to slap them. I can see where the person was coming from who graffitied "gentrification this way" on the side of the newly opened Francis (see "Trouble in Wonderl   More
 
Sunday, March 18, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

Dish Review


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There's nothing wrong with a plate of greasy fried shrimp. OK, maybe there is. Linda Moles, owner of inner Southeast's seedy trans-fat emporium My Father's Place, seems to understand that just because you want to eat cheap, it doesn't mean you want to feel cheap. Her spinoff project the Side Door, j   More
 
Sunday, March 18, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

Dish Review


Food Reviews & Stories
There's nothing wrong with a plate of greasy fried shrimp. OK, maybe there is. Linda Moles, owner of inner Southeast's seedy trans-fat emporium My Father's Place, seems to understand that just because you want to eat cheap, it doesn't mean you want to feel cheap. Her spinoff project the Side Door, j   More
 
Sunday, March 18, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

Dish Review


Food Reviews & Stories
Sometimes it feels as if, in our search for cultural authenticity, Portlanders miss out on the experiences that bind our country together. Like the Americanized Mexican restaurant where you go with coworkers for after-work margaritas. Luckily, Los Baez lets us be one with our suburban brethren while   More
 
Saturday, March 17, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

mex appeal

Los Baez dishes up classic Mexican-American combos.


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Sometimes it feels as if, in our search for cultural authenticity, Portlanders miss out on the experiences that bind our country together. Like the Americanized Mexican restaurant where you go with c ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

The Side Door

Come in for a casual bite—hold the fries.


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There's nothing wrong with a plate of greasy fried shrimp. OK, maybe there is. Linda Moles, owner of inner Southeast's seedy trans-fat emporium My Father's Place, seems to understand that just because ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 7, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

Dish Review


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These fish and chips are breaded with a light layer of crunchy rice flour to stay true to Wisconsin tradition; happily this method is also gluten-free for the celiac-disease sufferers in the house (no trans fats either) and makes for less of a debilitating gut bomb than the typical heavy beer-batter   More
 
Wednesday, March 7, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen

Dish Review


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The local branch of a Salem-based family empire Los Baez recently opened in a spartan concrete box on Burnside. Warm chips and fresh-tasting jalapeño salsa arrive almost instantly and provide brain fuel for decoding the excessively long convoluted menu. A typical dinner plate at $8.95 combine   More
 
Wednesday, March 7, 2007 Shoshanna Cohen
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