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  1. Ecotrust Selling Edible Portland, Last Issue on Newsstands TomorrowRead the original story

    Yesterday | Eater

    Communities magazine, Portland has always seemed like the epitome of the brand's target audience. We're surrounded by local, sustainable, family farms, we're bursting with farm-to-table restaurants, we have a strong DIY culture.

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  2. Get Free Voodoo Doughnuts, Delivered, When Postmates Launches Next WeekRead the original story

    Thursday | Eater

    Although Portland is supposed be one of the most active cities in the nation, somehow we've recently become a hot-bed of meal delivery services, giving us every reason to be both gluttonous and slothful . Last week Caviar launched its premium service, offering a $5 flat-rate delivery of meals from a carefully "curated" set of places like Smallwares and Little Bird Bistro.

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  3. John Taboada Helps Japanese Store Recreate Navarre RestaurantRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Eater

    In the latest installment of Japan -hearts- Portland, Eat Beat brings word that John Taboada , chef-owner of Navarre on SE 28th Ave., has helped launch a recreation of his restaurant - complete with vintage cookbooks on shelves and crates of produce on chairs - in the lifestyle store Niko And... , which is located in the trendy Harajuku district of Tokyo. It's kind of a head-scratcher.

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  4. Drink Up: Boozy Events to Plan Your Week AroundRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Eater

    The nonprofit Lemonade Day aims to teach kids entrepreneurial life skills through something they're already familiar with: operating a lemonade stand. To celebrate the launch of the Portland chapter and encourage kids to register for the event in May, they're hosting a party tonight, March 2, from 7 to 9 p.m., featuring three Portland Trailblazers and Portland Timbers players, a lemonade beer from Coalition Brewing, plus snacks from Face Rock Creamery and chef Cathy Whims through Chefstable Catering.

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  5. Ruby Jewel Plays with Cake and Cookies; Coors Launches Gluten-Free Beer in PortlandRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Eater

    Now that it's Girl Scout cookie time, you could make your own Samoa ice cream sandwiches, but then you'd probably eat a whole box worth. It's safer to leave that task to Ruby Jewel, which will be squishing its vanilla ice cream between two Samoa cookies from Feb. 27 through March 1. The treats cost $2, and $1 from each will be donated to the Oregon/SW Washington Girl Scouts council.

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  6. Opening Report: El Gallo Taqueria Debuts; Garden Bar Opens Second LocationRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Eater

    The tight selection of tacos and burritos has expanded to include several more options of each, plus Native American-style fry bread, sides like cactus slaw, and tres leches cake for dessert. To drink, there's always a local beer on draft and Mexican beers in bottles and cans.

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  7. Caviar, the Premium Meal Delivery Service, Launches in PortlandRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Eater

    A new meal delivery service has officially launched in Portland today and the jury is still out on why it matters. Caviar is a San Francisco-based meal delivery service, now in 10 major cities, that sets itself apart from companies like Delivered Dish and Portland Pedal Power by partnering with trendy restaurants that don't normally deliver.

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  8. 20 of the Best Coffee Shops in PortlandRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Eater

    Making a list of the best coffee shops in Portland is no easy task. This city is a mecca of great coffee, bursting with talented roasters and baristas.

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  9. Einstein Bros. Bagels To Close NE Broadway LocationRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Eater

    Another Einstein Bros. Bagel shop that was formerly one of the five beloved Kettleman's Bagel locations will close its doors.

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  10. Chefs Already Drooling Over New Portland Knife HouseRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 | Eater

    It's only one week old, but Portland Knife House on SE Belmont is already a hot topic among local chefs, several of whom have been happily posting photos of their shiny new purchases on their social media feeds. The sister location to Phoenix Knife House in Arizona, a boutique restaurant supply that owner Eytan Zias opened eight years ago, Portland Knife House is Zias' "passion project," a more selective and focused outlet that's aimed at industry professionals, though home cooks are more than welcome.

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  11. Cocktail Pro Jim Meehan Reveals His Portland PlansRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 12 | Eater

    Jim Meehan is one of the country's top bartenders. A man who has been at the forefront of the craft cocktail movement, honing his craft at New York bars including Gramercy Tavern, and Pegu Club, before launching PDT and earning the the James Beard Foundation's first Outstanding Bar Program Award in 2012.

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  12. Valentine's Eventwire: Din Din Gets Sexy; Woodblock Chocolate Pops Up DinnerRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 10 | Eater

    Karl Holl and James Serlin, the former Perbacco San Francisco chefs now part of the LETumEAT collective that's farming and cooking its way around Portland, have launched a new pop-up dinner series that kicks off with a Valentine's Day dinner at Woodblock Chocolate's factory and tasting room Feb. 14. Woodblock supplies the cacao husks they use in the pig feed at the LETumEAT Farm, and the pork, as well as single-origin chocolates, will be the highlight of the five-course dinner. Seatings are at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets are $115 per person including beverage pairings from Soter Vineyards, Brooks Winery, Commons Brewery's Chocolate Stout, and Ransom Spirits.

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  13. Hungry Heart Dessert Cart Opens Bakery in MontavillaRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | Eater

    Hungry Heart cupcakes , the roving, sugar-spun food cart that has catered to everyone from office workers to TV stars, has sold the truck and quietly opened a brick-and-mortar bakery in Montavilla. Just around the corner from The Country Cat, on SE 80th Avenue, the bakery opened January 3, serving up a daily rotating selection of regular and mini cupcakes, and gluten-free French macarons, plus morning pastries like coffee cake, almond croissants, and savory scones.

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  14. Free Chefs Week Parties; St. Jack Launches Late Night Happy HourRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 5 | Eater

    Chefs Week kicks off tonight, but even if you didn't get tickets, you can still hit the four free after parties. Tonight at 10 p.m. head to Jackknife Bar for drinks from Amity Vineyards, Bacardi, Double Mountain Brewery, and Union Wine.

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  15. Check out Purrington's Cat Lounge, Which is Actually Quite CoolRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2015 | Eater

    In case you've been blissfully offline for the past year or so, Japan's cat cafe craze is now sweeping the States. New York has them, as do LA., Seattle, and now, yes, Portland.

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  16. Vintage Menu Power Hour: The Pagoda and Rucker's Coffee ShopRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2015 | Eater

    In honor of Classics Week , we're bringing you a whole hour of posts dedicated to vintage Portland menus curated by collector and graphic designer Reed Darmon. At the tail end of 2008, the Hollywood district's eye-catching Chinese restaurant The Pagoda , closed its doors after nearly 70 years.

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  17. Vintage Portland Menu Power Hour: Hilaire's EncoreRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2015 | Eater

    In honor of Classics Week , we're bringing you a whole hour of posts dedicated to vintage Portland menus curated by collector and graphic designer Reed Darmon. Hilaire's Encore was located Downtown on SW Washington "sixty steps below Broadway."

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  18. Vintage Menu Power Hour: Jolly Joan's and Top of the CosmoRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2015 | Eater

    In honor of Classics Week , we're bringing you a whole hour of posts dedicated to vintage Portland menus curated by collector and graphic designer Reed Darmon. Jolly Joan sandwich shop was reportedly the largest restaurant in the state, and in business from the 1930s through the 1960s.

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  19. Horst Mager: Portland's First Celebrity ChefRead the original story

    Jan 28, 2015 | Eater

    Amid the rapid-fire restaurant openings and steady stream of transplants, it's easy to loose the thread of Portland's culinary history. So as we continue our Classics Week celebration of the city's stalwarts, we decided it's time for a few history lessons.

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  20. Northeast's Shan Dong Spinning Off Chile-focused Kung Pow on NW 21stRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | Eater

    The chef/owner of Shan Dong , one of Northeast Portland's most popular Chinese restaurants, is branching out to NW 21st Avenue. Henry Liu is taking over the former Blue Olive space and transforming it into Kung Pow , where he plans to make Szechuan-inspired dishes so spicy "people are almost scared to come in," he says.

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