The new cafe will serve not just its signature sweets, but also breakfast, brunch, lunch and booze.
You’ll need to find a low-elevation site if you plan to sleep under the stars in late May or early June.
“Rent” is now scheduled to begin on June 1 and will run through July 10.
The river town dive bar lies about 50 minutes from Government Camp, where the company’s production facility is located, so beer won’t have to travel far.
Line 63 provides service between Pioneer Courthouse Square and the International Rose Test Garden and Portland Japanese Garden.
It can seat 200, and features a mezzanine, private dining rooms, patio with room for games like cornhole, and a full bar.
The underground tube was off-limits in 2020 and then closed early last year due to construction.
The Interstate 84 exit to the recreation site had just reopened before the rockfall.
Alas, poor brewery.
The historic site will celebrate Independence Day with a new family-friendly tradition: Summer Fest.
Permits must be on hand between 9 am and 6 pm, seven days a week, between May 24 and Sept. 5.
The recipe for the signature crust includes Oakshire’s Italian-style Pilsner, which imparts a hint of malt flavor and helps the dough rise.
Flora has a swankier, more refined feel when compared to the rowdy beer bar, and the drink lineup changes weekly.
Gabriel Owens was riding along the double black diamond Cannonball Trail in 2016 when he was paralyzed in a crash.
Attendees learned that the traditionally biannual event will now be held every year.