Future Drinking: Chilean Food, Plus Uno Mas Uno Mas

And a new cidery, distillery and brewery to boot

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Food & Drink
Our sorta weekly roundup of gossip about new openings and change-ups in the bar and restaurant biz, courtesy of OLCC license applications:Because you can never have just one: Mextiza's Oswaldo Bibiano is making uno mas Uno Mas taquiza on the west side, at 1914 W. Burnside St., in a low-visibility space inhabited for just three months this year by the Portland Urban Bistro, next to a condo-complex Dollar ...   More
 
Friday, December 6, 2013 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Future Drinking

Din Din supper club goes brick and mortar, and more new places to eat and drink in Portland

yent006

Food & Drink
It feels like forever since I've done a Future Drinking post. I'm not lazy, there just haven't been many Portland liquor license applications lately. This post will cover about three weeks' worth of apps, and it's still brief.Biggest news first: Looks like chef Courtney Sproule's roaming supper club, Din Din, is settling down. Sproule has applied for a full license for 920 NE Glisan St. According to ...   More
 
Monday, July 30, 2012 RUTH BROWN

Five "Classic" Burgers the Oregonian Missed

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Food & Drink
Breaking news! Your hamburger is a snob. That's the gist of the latest installment in the Oregonian's bizarre crusade against good food—a 2,000-word piece in today's A&E insert that purports to name the ten best "classic" burgers around Portland."In close-in Portland, the bistro burger reigns supreme: jaw-aching creations amped up with pork belly or foie gras," writes Michael Russell. "But the ...   More
 
Friday, December 9, 2011 BEN WATERHOUSE

Little Big Burger Is Open


Food & Drink
Prolific restaurateur Micah Camden has opened his fourth restaurant in as many years in the Pearl. Little Big Burger (122 NW 10th Ave.), his first foray beyond the borders of his foodie fiefdom on Northeast 30th Avenue, serves burgers, fries, floats and beer in cans—and that's it. The menu is small enough to fit comfortably on the A-frame board outside. I tried a cheeseburger ($3.75, pictured above) ...   More
 
Saturday, September 18, 2010 BEN WATERHOUSE

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