At Function, every bar is a pop-up.
Where to eat this week.
If you really want to understand what makes Nimblefish the best day-in, day-out sushi restaurant in Portland, watch Auger make the rice.
If you love something in this city, especially a food cart, you need to support it. Especially in these dreary winter months
They’ve built their bottle collection to a near-insane 90 sakes by the glass, more options than almost anywhere in the U.S..
But nowhere in the city, or maybe even the country, can approach what Roadhouse achieves with his otherworldly sousaku (“creative”) plates.
We visited just about every K-Town Korean spot within walking distance of the Beaverton Transit Center to find the best.
They’ve built their bottle collection to a near-insane 90 sakes by the glass ($6-$14 for four ounces), more options than almost anywhere in the U.S.
Chef Cody Auger of Fukami—the omakase-style sushi we’ve called the finest in town—has signed a lease to open a new sushi restaurant called Nimblefish in the former Boxer Sushi location