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  1. Henry Higgins Boiled Bagels Opens Retail Cafe TodayRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Eater

    Leah Orndoff , former general manager of the revered Kettleman's bagel chain, started Henry Higgins Boiled Bagels with two other Kettleman's alums two years ago, after the infamous Einstein Bagel Co. takeover .

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  2. Look Inside Long-Awaited Renata, Which is Secretly Open NowRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Eater

    It's owned by two fine dining veterans, the husband and wife team of Sandra and Nick Arnerich, who worked at French Laundry, among other high-profile institutions. The kitchen is helmed by Matt Sigler, an alum of some of San Francisco's top Italian kitchens, including Flour and Water, Salumeria, and Quince.

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  3. Imbibe Magazine's Negroni Week Brings Insanely Creative Spins on the Cocktail ClassicRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Eater

    Bartenders across the country push the drink's boundaries, and you can taste the results all week from June 1 through June 7. In 2013, Imbibe Magazine came up with an on-the-fly idea: Let's celebrate the Negroni cocktail by encouraging bar owners and restaurateurs across the country to dream up different twists on the classic cocktail, run those specials for a week, and when the week was up, have each joint donate a portion of their Negroni proceeds to the charity of their choice . That year, a couple hundred restaurants and bars signed on, making the inaugural fundraiser a modest success.

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  4. Shift Drinks Bar is Now Open; Take a Look InsideRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Eater

    Tonight at 7 p.m., Shift Drinks bar opens its doors in the old Terminal Sales Building, and it is, perhaps, the best use of old office space, ever. The ugly drop ceiling tiles are gone, as is the bad carpet.

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  5. Take a Look Inside Marmo Italian Cafe, Now Open DowntownRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Eater

    The casual Italian cafe is open late on weekends, and soon will be extending weeknight hours and its cocktail menu. After graduating from USC business school, managing Cafe Nell for a year-and-a-half and managing operations at ChefStable for another two-and-a-half more, Kevin Chambers knew it was time to strike out on his own and run his own place.

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  6. Kahveology Coffee Shop Now Open In SellwoodRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | Eater

    Coffee Roaster Justin Knox has ambitions that extend far beyond coffee. He also plans to donate $1 million of his profits to local and global charities by 2025.

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  7. The Eater PDX Booze Map: Where to Drink NowRead the original story

    Wednesday May 13 | Eater

    Eater's handy Heat Map highlights the hottest new spots to grab a bite to eat. But because Portland is famously alcohol-inclined , we'd like to offer the accompanying, periodically updated Cocktail Heat Map , which shines the spotlight on the bars where dedicated tipplers are killing their livers right now.

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  8. Produce Row is Back in Action Today After 8 Month ClosureRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | Eater

    Today is the day Produce Row's many fans have been waiting for: The venerable industrial east side pub is back in action after going dark for 8 months. To recap, previous owner Alan Davis surprised the city by closing the popular spot in early September after a 40-year run.

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  9. Satellite Dream Pizza Opens in Sellwood on MondayRead the original story

    Friday May 8 | Eater

    After first announcing that it was opening a second Portland location last August, 30-year-old American Dream pizza on NE Glisan has finally spun off its Southeast Portland offshoot. Satellite Dream Pizza is opening on Monday in Sellwood, in the space that was formerly Renee's Cafe.

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  10. Where To Get Your Cinco De Mayo Fix In PortlandRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | Eater

    Since tomorrow's Cinco de Mayo, we thought we'd let you in on a few specials that'll be offered by a few local Mexican spots tomorrow, and round out the list with a few perennial favorites-and one outlier. Did we miss something? Let us know where you go for margaritas, tacos and mezcals in the comments below.

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  11. Pedal Parlor Angles To Bring Ice Cream To Where You LiveRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | Eater

    Morgan St Theater's Jared Goodman is hoping to bring his home-based ice cream socials to the streets of Portland this summer. Morgan St Theater' s Jared Goodman is betting that a lot of you do-last month, he launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise the funds needed to take his popular Morgan St Theater monthly ice cream pop-up concept mobile.

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  12. Opening Report: Tracking the Restaurants That Opened in AprilRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | Eater

    On April 2, the folks behind Bamboo Sushi officially and permanently dropped their Bamboo Izakaya concept and reopened their former drinking foods spot, making it their third Portland Bamboo Sushi location. If you were a fan of the izakaya, there's still some comfort to be had: The menu features about five dishes from the old izakaya menu, including eggplant, asparagus salad, green salad, black cod and budino .

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  13. Taco Pedaler's Adorable Brick and Mortar Spot Now OpenRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Eater

    Melanie McClure and her team of bicycle-riding taco vendors have been bringing $2.50 tacos built on housemade tortillas to all corners of Portland since 2011. But today, she's officially gone brick-and-mortar, opening the doors to Taco Pedaler's first permanent space just in time for lunch.

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  14. Cartopia Adds Sunday Night Movies; Bicycle-Powered Crab Cart LaunchesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Eater

    The Brunch Box cart has been evicted from their spot at the SW 5th and Stark pod. April 29 marked their last lunch service there.

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  15. Go Behind the Scenes at Stumptown Coffee's HeadquartersRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Eater

    Welcome back to Unfiltered , the column by Emily McIntyre that explores the new, the old, and the futuristic in one of the most dynamic coffee scenes in the world. The door to a growing coffee empire is hard to find, its weathered handle lost against the rich brown of the wood.

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  16. Free Stuff at Tabor Bread Tonight; Two Derby Day EventsRead the original story

    Apr 28, 2015 | Eater

    An online farmers market called JustFreshy.com just launched in Portland, and it's celebrating with a kick-off party at Tabor Bread tonight, April 28, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. They'll be giving away free t-shirts, snacks, beer and wine. JustFreshy is like a Craigslist for local produce growers, home gardeners, and crafters who want to buy sell or trade their goods.

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  17. The Portland Kitchen's Cookoff; Dig A Pony Dives Into CheeseRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2015 | Eater

    The Portland Kitchen , an after school program that teaches culinary skills to local high school students, is showcasing its young talents in its first annual cook-off today , and it's open to the public. Sponsored by Whole Foods, the event puts kids in teams and gives them $20 to shop for ingredients at the Whole Foods Market My Street Grocery Trolley.

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  18. Pearl District's Silk Vietnamese Restaurant Becomes Pho Van FreshRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2015 | Eater

    Silk Vietnamese Retaurant , the upscale spinoff of the Pho Van chainlet, closed near the end of March to remodel, rebrand and reopen on April 7 as Pho Van Fresh . The prime Pearl District corner spot on NW Glisan is now a fast-casual version of the Pho Van outlets on SE 82 and Beaverton.

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  19. A Guide to Portland's Gluten-Free PizzasRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2015 | Eater

    Pizza is so much more than sauce- and cheese-topped dough. It's a food group. A necessity of life.

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  20. Owners of Dar Salam Expanding with New Iraqi Restaurant DowntownRead the original story

    Apr 21, 2015 | Eater

    When Tiffany and Ghaith Sahib opened Aladdin's Castle CafA food cart in 2011, they hoped to serve as ambassadors of Iraqi culture using the common language of food. "One of our goals was to help people to see the more positive and beautiful side of my husband's home country," says Tiffany, a Portland native.

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