Central Nonstandard

Central opens up its curtains and menu, featuring diverse small plates.


Food Reviews & Stories
When tiny Central first opened a little over a year ago, it was planned as something of a craft-cocktail hipster speakeasy, unmarked and secreted away in a narrow back alley of otherwise chaotic   More
 
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Douchebags Not Alllowed: Barmuda Triangle's Ankeny Car-Free Zone Is a Go

Dustin Knox Central Ankeny Barmuda

News
Following up on our story about business owners' efforts to clean up the nightlife in downtown Portland: The city is set turn one block of Southwest Ankeny Street into a car-free zone with outdoor tables for diners.The City Council is set June 15 to consider a proposal from the Portland Bureau of Transportation to make Ankeny car-free between 2nd and 3rd avenues starting June 21. The proposal came ...   More
 
Thursday, May 26, 2011 JAMES PITKIN

Douchebags Not Allowed: City Transportation Boss Meets Bar Owner for Car-Free Ankeny

Dustin Knox Central Ankeny Barmuda

News
Our story about downtown bar owners' efforts to dissuade douchebags and pedestrianize a block of Southwest Ankeny Street apparently captured the attention of Tom Miller, head of the Portland Bureau of Transportation.The day the story hit the streets last week, Miller met with Dustin Knox outside the bar Knox owns on Ankeny in the heart of downtown's Barmuda Triangle.Miller—who could not be reached ...   More
 
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