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Pizzeria Otto: Floppy Disc

Wood-fired pizza ain’t easy. Roseway’s new Pizzeria Otto gets it wrong.

Food Reviews & Stories Oak, folks! Fuel of the future! Now’s the time! Oak’s where you want your money! Crazy? Like a fox. The electric oven is on its way out. In the last year, at least five new wood-fired pizz ... More

Dec 17, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Umai: Food Cart Review

Food Cart Reviews To get to Umai, you need a little faith. Turn down a street that doesn’t look like a street, and behind the Hazel Room and Red Velvet Parlour, facing a wall with quotes about murder, you’ll ... More

Dec 17, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Drank: Pamplemousse Citrus IPA (Lompoc)

Drank Lompoc Brewing is responsible for my favorite new Portland IPA of the year, a quickly disappeared one-off called White Album. That beer was a collaboration with Portland Brewing co-founder Fred ... More

Dec 17, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Civic Taproom & Bottle Shop: Bar Review

Tater Toss

Bar Reviews Teaming craft beer with fancy french fries makes a lot of sense. So far, the smartest move made by the owners of the young Civic Taproom & Bottle Shop (621 SW 19th Ave., thecivictaproom.com) is ... More

Dec 17, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Bamboo Izakaya: Cod is Great

Bamboo Izakaya is a weird take on Japanese, but the fish is divine.

Food Reviews & Stories Done right, the Japanese izakaya is a party that makes you forget the indignities of the 14-hour workday with a barrage of bold flavors and bolder liquor. Portland is drunk with them lately, fro ... More

Dec 10, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Russian Horse: Food Cart Review

Food Cart Reviews A Russian horse must be no-nonsense and a hard worker, built for terrible winters. But at Russian Horse food cart, stick with snacks and desserts—food for dawdlers and wastrels. The Sellwood ... More

Dec 10, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Earl Blumenauer’s Fruitcake Ice Cream (Salt & Straw)

Food Reviews & Stories Every year, bow-tied U.S. Congressman Earl Blumenauer sends fruitcake to friends, family and favored local news outlets. This year, there was a twist. Local ice-cream monolith Salt & Straw m ... More

Dec 10, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Big Trouble: Little Chinatown

Bar Reviews Why give Old Town caviar when spicy chicken fingers will do? Easy Company, the space’s former ChefStable bar, had heady ambitions for the old Ping restaurant space, slinging fancy cocktails, c ... More

Dec 10, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Go Fish

A meat eater dives deep into Davy Jones’ Locker.

Food Reviews & Stories This fall, I idiotically pledged to become a fish eater for 31 days. No good reason. I like seafood, I thought, so how hard could it be? But once you’ve told anyone about a resolution—wh ... More

Dec 3, 2014 12:01 am by MICHAEL C. ZUSMAN

#BadBrunches Be Like

Basic brunches do selfies with berry basil muffins, not Smallwares.

Food Reviews & Stories The brunchlash is here. A few years after the pecancake displaced the vodkatini at the center of young bougiehood, the haters have come out to do what haters do. In August, the world got a boo ... More

Dec 3, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Pips & Bounce: Bar Review

Bounce to This

Bar Reviews Kickstarter users have backed some weird things. Though it’s several steps closer to normal than, say, a $50,000 potato salad or a Zach Braff movie, Pips & Bounce (833 SE Belmont St., 928- ... More

Dec 3, 2014 12:01 am by JAMES HELMSWORTH

Zaatar: Double Generous

Tony Karam is back with an excellent new Lebanese place in the Pearl.

Food Reviews & Stories The last crumbs of the appetizers have been cleared, and the salad plates are stacked with the pita basket atop. There are no unused glasses. Still, there’s no empty space on the table when th ... More

Nov 26, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Haan Ghin: Food Cart Review

Food Cart Reviews Portland now has a second contender for an iconic food-cart chicken dish from Southeast Asia, and its name is mii gai. Nong Poonsukwattana, maker of Portland’s go-to Thai chicken-and-rice di ... More

Nov 26, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

The Ranger Station: Park Life

Bar Reviews If you somehow woke up inside The Ranger Station (4260 SE Hawthorne Blvd., 894-8455, rangerstationpdx.com), it would be easy to believe you were actually inside a ranger station. The tiny and ru ... More

Nov 26, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Beer Review: Arctos (Baerlic Brewing)

Drank What makes winter ale wintery? That’s a matter of intense debate, especially in Portland, where spiced Christmas ales were long rejected as insufficiently beery beers. Personally, I tend to fa ... More

Nov 26, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Buki

Food Cart Reviews Takoyaki is like the corn dog of Japan—a savory snack for streetside stalls and festivals. But Japan being Japan, the little fried flour balls are generally filled not with pork but chewy octo ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Homemade Hooch

The hills of Portland are crawling with moonshiners.

Drank If there’s any such thing as a commercial version of pawpaw brandy, neither I nor my buddies in Mountain View have ever heard of it. You can’t buy commercial pawpaw wine, let alone pawpaw ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by BRIAN YAEGER

Fat Head’s: The Great Middle West

Bar Reviews The Pearl District’s newest brewpub, Fat Head’s (131 NW 13th Ave., 820-7721, fatheadsportland.com), really channels the spirit of suburban Cleveland. That’s not a knock. There’s a lot to l ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Drank: Organic Fuggle IPX (Hopworks Urban Brewery)

Drank Fuggles aren’t especially sexy hops. The British-bred variety offers a reliable yield and is closely related to the Willamette hop, having a similarly mild, earthy nose and sometimes veering i ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Still Life: Distillery Guide

Oregon is in high spirits.

Distillery Guide Kentucky might be known for its whiskey, but it only has about 20 distilleries. Oregon’s got more than 50. And though Washington gets nationwide attention for its 87 craft-distillery licenses� ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Distilleries in the Portland Area: Distillery Guide

Distillery Guide Big Bottom Whiskey 21420 NW Nicholas Court, Suites D-8 and D-9, Hillsboro, 608-7816, bigbottomwhiskey.com. They don’t get much foot traffic at Big Bottom, which sits in an industrial park just w ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Distilleries Around Oregon

Distillery Guide Bendistillery  19330 Pinehurst Road, Bend, 541-318-0200, bendistillery.com. Bendistillery is known for their clean, midpriced Crater Lake spirits, especially their smooth lava rock-distilled ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Portland Distillery Tours

See for yourself.

Distillery Guide On foot: Distillery Passport  distillerypassport.com. For $20, a distillery-row passport nets you free tastings at the six (soon to be seven) Distillery Row craft distilleries. Just note t ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Drinkin’ Restaurants

Restaurants with great cocktails.

Distillery Guide Aviary 1733 NE Alberta St., 287-2400, aviarypdx.com. Aviary makes dishes that are already potent cocktails of cuisines. But the cocktails manage to keep up. Try the canicule, a complex little nu ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Cocktail Bars by Neighborhood: Portland Distillery Guide

Distillery Guide NORTH/NORTHEAST Angel Face (pictured above) 14 NE 28th Ave., 239-3804, angelfaceportland.com. This twee bar serves lovely oysters and steak tartare along with improvised drinks, inside a luxu ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Distillery Map

Distillery Guide Click on map for larger version:1. Big Bottom Whiskey 21420 NW Nicholas Court, Hillsboro, 608-7816, bigbottomwhiskey.com. 2. Bull Run Distilling Co. 2259 NW Quimby St., 224-3483, bullrundistiller ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

The Oregon 12-Bottle Liquor Cabinet

A starter kit of local liquors to make classic cocktails.

Distillery Guide Sometimes all you need is Old Crow bourbon and flat Diet Coke from a 2-liter bottle. We don’t judge. But for those who want to cheaply make some of those $9 to $13 pre-Prohibition cocktails ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Five Oregon-Distilled Whiskeys to Try

Distillery Guide The Emerald 1865 (pictured above) Ransom Spirits The Emerald is made from an 1865 Irish whiskey recipe, made in an alembic still from grain grown on Ransom’s farm, then aged three years in oak ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Five Oregon-Distilled Gins to Try

Distillery Guide Aria (pictured above) Bull Run An exceptional, classic dry gin, complex but direct, with a blend of juniper, cilantro, cardamom and citrus zest. Superbly balanced and perfect all by its lonesome ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Five Oregon-Distilled Rums to Try

Distillery Guide Donlon Shanks (pictured above) Cannon Beach Mike Selberg’s rich Donlon Shanks amber just mopped up at the American Distilling Institute’s competition, judged the best dang rum made in Americ ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Five Oregon-Distilled Vodkas to Try

Distillery Guide Dystopia (pictured above) Industrial Row This unfiltered vodka is just about creamy, and you can taste the character of the Bob’s Red Mill whole wheat and rye used to make it. Sip straight and ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Five Oregon-Distilled Fruit Liquors to Try

Distillery Guide Pear Brandy (pictured above) Clear Creek This Bartlett masterpiece was the first craft-distilled spirit in Oregon to become truly famous—called the greatest in the world by fetishists on the E ... More

Nov 19, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Chongqing Hot Pot

Food Reviews & Stories It’s downright heartening when a restaurant is willing to hand you your own ass in a stainless-steel bowl. In keeping with its eponymous pepper-bathed region of China, soup spot Chongqing Huo ... More

Nov 12, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Beaverton Sub Station

Food Reviews & Stories Beaverton Sub Station isn’t much of a secret, judging by the noontime line, which runs out to the street. The back wall is covered in newspaper clippings, including an Oregonian column by Stev ... More

Nov 12, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Drank: Bourbon Barrel-Aged Aztec (Breakside)

Drank If you’re going to do a bourbon barrel-aged beer, you’re going to want fresh barrels. That’s hard given that most bourbon is made three time zones away, but the difference is huge—a swee ... More

Nov 12, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

There Be Monsters: Barrrrrrr

Bar Reviews Near where ocean waters cascaded off the earth’s edge, old maps had a warning: “Here be dragons.” At Portland’s old-time Hal’s Tavern, you might have needed the same heads-up; the bar ... More

Nov 12, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Joe vs. Bonnie

Say you wake up under a bridge in Slabtown. Do you eat breakfast at the gas station or the dive bar?

Food Reviews & Stories Come fall, Portland is cold and brunch lines are long. That’s true year-round, of course, but this is when people start getting surly. It’s wet, it’s windy, and the asshole ahead of you on t ... More

Nov 5, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW SINGER

Drank: The Conversion (Logsdon Farmhouse Ales)

Drank Dave Logsdon has forgotten more about yeast than most brewers will ever know. Dubbed “the most important figure in Oregon beer that you’ve never heard of” by Beervana blogger Jeff Alworth, ... More

Nov 5, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Pono Farm Soul Kitchen

Food Reviews & Stories Pono Farm Soul Kitchen is like a Star Wars prequel: You show up in Hollywood, heart on your sleeve, ready to love it. And what’s not to like about Pono Farm? It’s a Japanese “soul food ... More

Oct 29, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Drank: Eternal Oktober

Our blind taste test of 29 lagers from across Oregon.

Drank For a kind of beer that’s best fresh, the world’s top lagers are very old. Germany’s best—think Augustiner, Tannenzäpfle and Neumarkter—have been at it for a couple hundred years. M ... More

Oct 29, 2014 12:01 am by JAMES HELMSWORTH

Sup Broder

Chef Derek Hanson’s excellent new dinner menu at Broder Nord shows the lighter side of Scandinavia.

Food Reviews & Stories Sweden isn’t all heavy food and revenge killing, whatever you’ve seen in the movies. Dinner service quietly died in August at Scandinavian bruncherie Broder Nord, but it was revived in Septe ... More

Oct 22, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

The Pines: Riding High

Riding High

Bar Reviews The view from the upper deck of any basketball arena is notably lacking once you’re off the concourse. So linger awhile at The Pines (1 N Center Court St., 797-9619), the Moda Center’s spaciou ... More

Oct 29, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

The Big Legrowlski: Just like, uh, my opinion, man.

Bar Reviews Way out in the Pearl there was this minimalist 15-tap bar…bar I wanna tell ya about, bar by the name of The Big Legrowlski (812 NW Couch St., 206-6481, biglegrowlski.com). That’s the thematic ... More

Oct 22, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Kachka, 2014 Restaurant of the Year

The party of the year is vodka drunk and fish happy.

Restaurant Guide Kachka is like a party at Mom’s house—if your mom grew up near Minsk and had a weird thing for Lenin.  In a room decorated with both Soviet propaganda posters and carved window frames from ... More

Oct 14, 2014 07:00 pm by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Drank: Big Ol’ Pumpkin (10 Barrel)

Drank There’s no pumpkin in a Pumpkin Spice Latte. Obvious, right? Well, there’s often no pumpkin in pumpkin beers. The flavors you associate with round, orange squash come mostly from the spices co ... More

Oct 22, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Portland Restaurant Guide 2014: Editor's Note

Restaurant Guide Editor's Note: Holding the LineThe hottest debate in Portland’s food scene is both trivial and dire: What should be done about those lines?  That queue in front of your favorite restaurant ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Old Salt: 2014 Restaurant of the Year Runner-Up

Setting a new standard for sustainable comfort food.

Restaurant Guide Skin is the new wing. Of that, Old Salt’s Ben Meyer is sure. “Go to New Seasons and look at the deli case, and you’ll see their biggest seller is boneless, skinless chicken breast,” he says ... More

Oct 14, 2014 10:30 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Top Five Restaurants of 2014: Number 4, American Local

Road-tripping from Wisconsin to Japan.

Restaurant Guide The American Local was made on the road—in a cheese-logged Wisconsin bar called the Old Fashioned, and amid the cream and sugar of Iowa’s Waffle Stop Grill. It was made in the piled, loose ... More

Oct 11, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Top Five Restaurants of 2014: Number 3, Ataula

A new best tapas in town.

Restaurant Guide Ataula celebrated its one-year anniversary in late August, with flamenco music and dance. The packed house was rollicking, which says a lot since this was a Wednesday night in the barely noticea ... More

Oct 12, 2014 12:01 am by MICHAEL C. ZUSMAN

Top Five Restaurants of 2014: Number 5, Expatriate

Playful, worldly excellence and damn fine drinks.

Restaurant Guide Not so long ago, Portland’s bars and restaurants were distinct. For the purposes of this guide, a restaurant was a place you could happily dine without drink. A bar, meanwhile, was a place tha ... More

Oct 10, 2014 03:45 pm by MARTIN CIZMAR

Free the Animals: Restaurant Guide 2014

Our picks for excellent vegetarian and vegan fare.

Restaurant Guide Bar Avignon: Meatless small plates outnumber those with animal protein on the menu’s “Finger Food” and “For Sharing—Or Not” sections. Bete-Lukas: Bete-Lukas offers a seven-item vege ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Bustin’ the Glutes: Portland Restaurant Guide 2014

Where to find the best wheat-free options in town.

Restaurant Guide Andina: Luckily for Portlanders, Peruvians naturally forgo most things wheat. Though they do love their meat, the gluten-free, vegan and veggie menus are pages long; bigger than the full menu at ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Around the State: Restaurant Guide 2014

Where to eat well elsewhere in Oregon.

Restaurant Guide Astoria Albatross & Co., 225 14th St., 741-3091. Local foodniks were thrilled when Eric Bechard left his lauded McMinnville restaurant Thistle to bring “fallow deer heart tartare with his ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Wine, Dine: Restaurant Guide 2014

Old grapes go well with everything.

Restaurant Guide Enso 1416 SE Stark St., 683-3676, ensowinery.com. This urban winery is a tops of the new wave, from its urban-garagiste ambience to its affordable $5 Resonate reds and whites to $10 taster trays ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Beer Buddies: Portland Restaurant Guide 2014

Restaurants with great beer lists.

Restaurant Guide Higgins Bar 1239 SW Broadway, 222-9070, higginsportland.com. Though most patrons—federal prosecutors, Oregonian reporters—at the dim back bar of pioneer locavore Greg Higgins’ restaurant d ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Hottest Pop-Up Unrestaurants

Our Restaurant Guide would not be complete without a survey of the year’s hottest trend: Dinners cooked by trained chefs in commercial kitchens on semi-regular schedules for slightly above-market prices.

Restaurant Guide Holdfast 337 NW Broadway, 226-1400, holdfastdining.com. In order to “avoid the trappings of a traditional restaurant,” William Preisch (Chuck’s Diner of Cleveland, the Bent Brick) and Joel ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Incoming and Outgoing: Restaurant Guide 2014

Restaurant Guide Very New or Not Yet OpenBend-based Pono Farm Soul Kitchen opened a Portland restaurant in July, serving beef-heavy Japanese fare from a family that owns both the farm and the table. Hotel Rose rest ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Counter Attack: Sandwiches

Restaurant Guide Tails & Trotters 525 NE 24th Ave., 477-8682, tailsandtrotters.com. Tails & Trotters serves a loosely Eastern-style pulled pork with peppery vinegar sauce, housemade garlic aioli which, in ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Counter Attack: Latin

Restaurant Guide Angel Food & Fun 5135 NE 60th Ave., 287-7909. Former Bluehour sous chef Manuel Lopez offers rich, surprising Yucatecan meats and stews. Get the smoky relleno negro ($10)—midnight-black fro ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Counter Attack: Burgers

Restaurant Guide Slowburger 2319 NE Glisan St., 477-5779, slowburger.net.  Spun off from a dim Southeast Grand Avenue bar, the namesake burger at this Ocean microrestaurant is a half-pound of perfectly medi ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Counter Attack: Italian

Restaurant Guide Handsome Pizza 2730 N Killingsworth St., 247-7499, handsomepizza.com. Handsome’s wide, crisp-bottomed pies strongly resemble the standard-setter at Apizza Scholls. Each emerges from a super-ho ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Counter Attack: Asian

Restaurant Guide Bollywood Theater 2039 NE Alberta Ave., 971-200-4711; 3010 SE Division St., 477-6699; bollywoodtheaterpdx.com.  The Division Street sequel is bigger and flashier than the original box-office ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Drink Mobile

How beer helped save the food-cart phenomenon.

Food Reviews & Stories Tidbit Food Farm and Garden doesn’t look much like the apocalypse. It’s a sunny afternoon, and Portland’s newest food-cart pod—with 20 eateries, a mobile apothecary and a school bus sell ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Drank: Tropical Thunder (Gigantic with Larry Clouser)

Drank Hops get all the credit, but yeast does a bunch of the work. Even those big, juicy fruit flavors you like in an IPA are often due as much to the yeast strain as Citra or Simcoe. Tropical Thunder, ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

First National Taphouse: Bar Review

Second Oregon

Bar Reviews In theory, at least, the area surrounding Portland State University needs more bars. The school has 30,000 students, making it our state’s largest such institution, and yet the bar scene aroun ... More

Oct 15, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

BTU Brasserie: Restaurant Review

The city’s moribund brewpub food scene gets a Szechuan kick.

Food Reviews & Stories A bold prediction: Brewpub food in Portland is going to get better, and fast. Sure, it’s been 30 years since Oregon brewers won the right to sell onsite, and those decades have seen little e ... More

Oct 8, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Keep Arequipa Beered

A West Linn native brings Portland beer to a charming Peruvian city.

Drank Arequipa, Peru’s second most populous city, sits in the high desert of the Andes. Other than the 500-year-old Baroque cathedrals, it’s a lot like Bend, says Casey Workman. “We were in Are ... More

Oct 8, 2014 12:01 am by JAMES HELMSWORTH

Iconic Lounge: Bar Review

Hollywood Babylon

Bar Reviews When one thinks of classic Hollywood, certain images immediately leap to mind. A brooding Marlon Brando in a tight T-shirt, cigarette perched between his fingers. Dustin Hoffman being seduced by ... More

Oct 8, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW SINGER

Hot Plates: Our Favorite Portland Restaurants This Week

Food Reviews & Stories A list of the five spots we're excited about right now—maybe taquerias we've loved forever, maybe seafood spots with special menus this week. It's designed to answer that age-old question: Where should we go out to dinner tonight?
... More

Dec 9, 2014 04:59 pm by WW Culture Staff

Buzz List: Where We’re Drinking 
This Week

Food Reviews & Stories Our pick for the top brewpub, dive bar or wine lounge might change by the time you've finished reading this. But here are the spots, new and old, that we're most excited about right now. ... More

Dec 9, 2014 04:45 pm by WW Culture Staff

Mediterranean Exploration Company: Restaurant Review

John Gorham’s Mediterranean Exploration Company on choppy seas.

Food Reviews & Stories “Mediterranean Exploration Company” is a mouthful, but there’s no word wasted. Recipes are, indeed, pulled from across the region that begins at Gibraltar and ends at the foot of the Zag ... More

Oct 1, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Barlow: Bar Review

Ceaselessly into the past.

Bar Reviews The new downtown bar Barlow (737 SW Salmon St., 227-0705, barlowpdx.com)—not to be confused with the no-frills, wood-paneled NoPo dive Barlow Tavern—strives for old Hollywood glamour. This sis ... More

Oct 1, 2014 12:01 am by REBECCA JACOBSON

Drank: Billy Whiskey (McMenamins)

Drank It takes a long time to make good whiskey. At minimum, two years in the barrel, though your favorite midshelf bourbon spent seven or more. Oregon’s fledgling distilling industry thus has a few ... More

Oct 1, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Coffee Issue 2014: Coffee Rules Everything Around Me

Our favorite new Portland cafes.

Coffee Guide FOURTH ESTATE COFFEEHOUSE 7373 N Burlington St., 384-2756, fourthestatecoffee.com. The new Fourth Estate Coffeehouse is almost as old school as the entire notion of the Fourth Estate. Carved int ... More

Sep 24, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Market Guide 2014: Introduction

From the Editor

Market Guide Look, you gotta eat every day. We get this. And because the demands of your growling stomach are as incessant and irritating as A Prairie Home Companion on NPR weekends, it’s easy to fall into routi ... More

May 7, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Bar Guide 2014

Pickle chasers, drunken cornhole, wine pubs of the future and everything else you need to know about Portland bars this year.

Bar Guide 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 ... More

Apr 9, 2014 12:01 am by WW Staff

Cheap Eats 2014

Cheap Eats From the Editor Portland is a great place to be a cheapskate. Each year, we put out our Cheap Eats guide to the best restaurants in Portland with dinners under $15 and lunches under $10, and ea ... More

Feb 19, 2014 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Beer Guide 2014

Get your fill.

Beer Guide Behind a fleabag motel on the eastern outskirts of Gresham, you’ll find it: the mythical tobacco store with a growler filling station. There, surrounded by Donettes and Romeo y Julieta cigar ... More

Feb 5, 2014 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR
 

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