Trolley Drunk

Take the Portland Streetcar drinking tour.

The Portland Trolley (which, let’s be clear, is just a bus) is offering $98, five-hour wine tours to three urban wineries. The owner says discounts are always available, but who needs tickets to a d   More
Wednesday, August 19, 2015 MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Brews Made for Walking

Six urban hikes and where to get beer, post-trail.

Summer Guide
The Gorge gets all the glory. Mount Hood steals all the cover shots. It’s normal to covet what’s far away, so when summer hits, you hit the highway. But there are plenty of surprisingly beautiful    More
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 ANDI PREWITT

Winter Guide 2013: Stone Cold

A WW correspondent learns to keep her beer off the curling rink.

Featured Stories
The Evergreen Curling Club posts three rules by the rink. First, shake hands. Second, if you win, clean the ice. And third, winners buy the first round of drinks. That final rule pretty well e   More
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 REBECCA JACOBSON

Future Drinking: Aug. 21-25

This week's liquor license applications, glossed.


Food & Drink
Lots of applications in this week's OLCC blast: First and most exciting, Prost! owner Dan Hart is teaming up with Tasty n Sons/Toro Bravo chef John Gorham and prolific restaurant investment firm Chefstable (whose portfolio includes Ping, St. Jack, Grüner and others) to open a new bar, Interurban, in the former Lovely Hula Hands building at 4047 N Mississippi Ave. The name likely draws on Portland's ...   More
Friday, August 26, 2011 BEN WATERHOUSE

Future Drinking: Oct. 31-Nov. 3.


Food & Drink
82nd Avenue's Main Street Restaurant and Lounge has closed. Taking its place is Saigon Pearl Restaurant & Lounge, a Vietnamese bar with pool and video poker. Solar-powered, vegan burger cart Off the Griddle is opening a brick-and-mortar offshoot named AnD Cafe at th former Cafe Monet space at 5420 E Burnside St. It will serve breakfast and lunch.Little Big Burger has applied for a full license—liquor ...   More
Thursday, November 3, 2011 BEN WATERHOUSE

Five Beers to Avoid at the Oregon Brewers Festival

Hell or High Watermelon

Food & Drink
The Oregon Brewers Festival begins in just over an hour, with 84 breweries offering their wares for evaluation by the thousands of beer geeks and frat boys who will transform Tom McCall Waterfront Park into a dusty wasteland by the time the festival closes on Sunday. There are plenty of brews to be excited about this year (the lineup is only 20 percent IPAs!), and quite a few Oregon brewers making ...   More
Thursday, July 28, 2011 BEN WATERHOUSE

FOOD & DRINK: Hot Produce Row Patio-Porn; Beer and Reopening Update too.

Okay, maybe patio-porn isn't a real term (Dwell's sure to co-opt it soon). But the prospect of lazing around and drinking a cold pint on soon-to-be-reopened Produce Row's pretty, new quasi-covered patio—instead of its old, creaky, fern-adorned old patio—in the near future makes me very happy. I am a simple woman. Details about the 36-year old Eastside Industrial suds institution, ...   More
Friday, May 28, 2010 KELLY CLARKE


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