Drink 2011: Vintage Cocktail Lounge


Bar Guide
Many of us have entertained fantasies of opening a little bar in our basements and garages, a cozy place with stools and red walls and lots of wood where we might fill shelves with an expansive liquor collection and eat sandwiches with our friends. Jaeymee and Justin Akins did just that, albeit not in their garage.   More
 
Monday, January 24, 2011 BEN WATERHOUSE

Portland Cocktail Week: Meet the Bartenders


Food & Drink
Many of Portland and America's best "mixologists"—that's a fancy word for "bartenders"—are gathered here for Portland Cocktail Week. With such a wealth of knowledge on all things boozy in the one place, we cornered a few of the cocktail world's movers and shakers at the bar: Craig Hermann Bartender at Thatch Tiki Bar in Portland Favorite drink right now? Three Dots and a Dash. It's a mix of ...   More
 
Saturday, October 23, 2010 RUTH BROWN

Portland Cocktail Week: Shake-off at the PDX Cocktail Invitational


Food & Drink
Bluehour's Art Tierce at the PDX Cocktail Invitational Portland Cocktail Week and the Great American Distillers Festival wrapped up on Sunday, with both events culminating in the finals of the PDX Cocktail Invitational at the Tiffany Center. Top local and visiting bartenders battled it out with signature creations in heats on Saturday, with judges whittling the field down to just four: Ali Tahsini ...   More
 
Monday, October 25, 2010 RUTH BROWN

Portland Cocktail Week: Meet (more) Bartenders


Food & Drink
As Portland Cocktail Week winds up in one big messy hangover, we caught up with more of the top-shelf local and visiting bartenders hanging around Portland's bars on the weekend. Audrey Saunders Owner of Pegu Club in New York Favorite drink right now? I don't have one. We've created so many drinks, it's like having kids. Every one has a different personality, you birth every one of them. We sit ...   More
 
Monday, October 25, 2010 RUTH BROWN

Gulf Coast Oil Spill Benefit Dinner and Concert at Disjecta


News
Lend your ears and raise some funds: Jeffrey Jerusalem, Housefire, Future Historians, SAFE and more artists will perform at the PDX Gult Coast Benefit Sunday, Aug. 1 at Disjecta. Funds will go to help fishermen affected by the Gulf Coast oil spill. Tickets are on sale now, and for a $40 minimum donation you'll get a Southern-style seafood dinner, cocktails and a raffle. The Oregon Bartenders ...   More
 
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 Sarah Davidson

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