“Local elected leaders need to find a way to improve the situation, or they’ll soon be replaced with new people willing to be a lot crueler.”
You can now reserve a stool inside the hidden bar perched above the new Beaverton Loyal Legion taproom.
The Yes Please Smash Burger is finished with a cheese sauce, which gets poured directly on the burger during cooking, resulting in a fricolike crusty crispy cheese halo.
In other news: Governor faces addiction friction.
Hefe Day is back in person just weeks after the iconic Widmer Brothers beer won a silver at the prestigious World Beer Cup.
A lot of voters don’t trust him. But others trust the media even less. “WW is just mad the guy wouldn’t genuflect to their interview request,” one writes.
You will leave Suckerpunch as sober as you were when you walked in, but the thing is, Portland’s first non-alcoholic bar still works its magic.
Mercato’s Jerry Lasagna is named after Mingo chef Jerry Huisinga, who’s been feeding Portland pasta for three decades.
In other news: Congressional candidate starts union drive at Intel.
The McMenamins UFO Festival is back, Portland Opera’s former music director will take the stage again, the Pickles debut their documentary, and Triangle sings about sex work on a barge.
“WW’s endorsement of Hardesty: It’s you, not her.”
It was the first time the two teams shared the pitch at Providence Park.
TopWire Hop Project—the beer garden that opened in the middle of Crosby Hop Farm in 2020—has announced that it will kick off its third season with a selection of special collaboration beers.
Phuket Cafe is Akkapong “Earl” Ninsom’s newest restaurant and co-venture with bartender Eric Nelson. After barely a month, waits can run long for Ninsom’s new, twisted take on Thai cuisine, a niche he owns.
In other news: Booze war begins.