No wonder there’s always a line.
By next year, Southeast 82nd Avenue will have its own giant indoor food hall, plus a parking lot full of food carts
Cindy Li’s handmade dumplings are nothing short of a revelation.
“Portland is a food city,” Aye says. “People here are very eager and willing to always try new things.”
The bar’s open every day of the year, and patrons organize extensive potlucks each Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Patrons organize extensive potlucks on Thanksgiving and Christmas, and raise hell amid parking-lot fireworks on the Fourth of July.
Ever since Chinatown moved east to 82nd Avenue and beyond, decent Chinese food in the center of Portland has been as elusive as protests in Tiananmen Square.
It’s probably the biggest holiday in the world. At New Year, people in the U.S. tepidly wait for New York’s ball to drop. But the Chinese people go balls to the wall.
If the soup ends up anywhere other than your mouth, that’s a fail.