The wine bar is poised on the edge of something new.
Think back to the birth of Portland’s craft brewery bars
back in the ’80s and ’90s: It was exciting. Rather than emulating the
Just down the road from Hawks PDX sex club and My Father’s Place, Oso Market + Bar (726 SE Grand Ave., 232-6400, osomarket.com)
joins Enso, Clay Pigeon and Sauvage wine bars at the frontier of
Although the bar is dubbed “savage” in French, nothing at Sauvage (537 SE Ash St., No. 102, 971-258-5829, sauvagepdx.com)
falls below perfectly refined—except maybe the taxidermied goose