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

    6 hrs ago | 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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  2. Northeast's Shan Dong Spinning Off Chile-focused Kung Pow on NW 21stRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | 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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  3. Portland's 25 Oldest Restaurants Worth Checking OutRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Eater

    Though it's easy to get distracted by the onslaught of new restaurants opening almost every week, it's good to remember that Portland still has a fair amount of decades-old stalwarts that have stood the test of time for a reason: They're good. So to kick off Classics Week, we rounded up our top-25 picks for the oldest restaurants in town that are worth a visit.

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  4. Handsome Pizza Teams Up with New Seastar Bakery to Open on NE KillingsworthRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Eater

    The corner of NE Killingsworth and NE 16th Avenue is all fired up. Handsome Pizza , Will Fain's wood-fired venture that operated out of a North Portland garage up until December, has found a new home in the newly renovated One Stop building, which houses Tea Bar and Prospect Bottle Shop , and is just steps from Podnah's Pit and La Taq .

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  5. Grand Central Bakery Shutters Sawtooth Cafe Two Months EarlyRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Eater

    Earlier this month, Grand Central Baking announced it would be closing its Sawtooth cafe at 2240 NW York in order to use the space to expand its production facility. The family-owned company's bread sales were booming and they needed more room.

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  6. Ponce's, a Beloved San Diego Mexican Joint, to Spin Off Rocio's in PDXRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | Eater

    Rocio Meza grew up in the restaurant industry. Her father, Ponce Meza , a Mexican immigrant who spent a decade working his way up restaurant ladders in San Diego, opened the doors to his eponymous restaurant in the fall of 1969.

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  7. Hot Lips' Hollywood Location Opening MondayRead the original story

    Friday Jan 9 | Eater

    While we'll always miss Pal's Shanty, it's always a good thing when locally owned, sustainability-minded Hot Lips opens another location. As we reported in October , the Pal's Shanty family gave up the ghost on trying to resurrect the space after it was torched in a botched burglary, and Hot Lips stepped in to finish the job and open its sixth Portland location.

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  8. Grand Central Bakery Closing NW Cafe to Expand ProductionRead the original story

    Monday Jan 5 | Eater

    Grand Central Bakery will be closing its NW cafe in the Sawtooth Building on NW York March 31 . But there's a silver lining: The 25-year-old, family-owned company will be using the space to expand production of its line of wholesale breads .

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  9. From Cat Cafes to Happy Hour Deals: Our Most Popular Stories of 2014Read the original story

    Dec 24, 2014 | Eater

    As we finish out 2014, we're looking back at the year's most popular posts. It's a mash-up of exciting openings, sad shutters, must-eat and drink lists, and freebie alerts.

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  10. Chizu, Steve Jones' New Japanese-Inspired Venture, to Open DowntownRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2014 | Eater

    Portland's favorite cheesemonger Steve Jones is taking the best of the best from his east side Cheese Bar - the cream off the top, if you will - and bringing it Downtown. By mid-February Jones plans to open Chizu at 1126 SW Alder, nestled in a tiny 450-square-foot storefront next to Multnomah Whiskey Library.

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  11. The Ultimate Guide to New Year's Eve Dining in PortlandRead the original story

    Dec 19, 2014 | Eater

    Sometimes the best part about New Year's Eve is the camaraderie of counting down to midnight alongside a room full of people. The champagne toasts, the Auld Langs Syne, and the communal feeling that everyone is ready for a fresh start.

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  12. Henry Higgins Bagels Launching Retail Shop in Foster-PowellRead the original story

    Dec 18, 2014 | Eater

    The boiled bagels, which are commonly considered among the best in town, are mainly sold wholesale, or at a few farmers markets and the weekend pop-up inside the Half Pint Cafe . But now the two-year-old bagelry will have its own retail space at SE 64th Avenue and Foster Road .

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  13. Mapping Portland's Most Missed RestaurantsRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2014 | Eater

    There's an intrinsic heartbreak when a restaurant shutters. No matter what you thought of the place, it signals an end to the hope and energy and optimism that you know was there when it first launched.

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  14. Prospect Bottleshop Now Pouring on NE KillingsworthRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2014 | Eater

    The block around Podnah's is fast becoming a culinary oasis. Earlier this month, Tea Bar opened in the newly renovated One-Stop building .

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  15. Stars and Giant Doughnuts Come Out For "Wild" Movie PremiereRead the original story

    Dec 9, 2014 | Eater

    Portlanders may not put away their jeans and plaid for the symphony or ballet. But they'll do it for Reese Witherspoon.

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  16. Watch Tommy Habetz and Other Portland Notables in Bob Mould Music VideoRead the original story

    Dec 8, 2014 | Eater

    Alt-Rocker Bob Mould picked Portland to film his music video "The Descent," which was released back in 2012. But then he came back for more.

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  17. Late Night Pancake House and Cocktail Bar Coming to NE PortlandRead the original story

    Dec 1, 2014 | Eater

    The Beaumont/Grant Park/Hollywood area is both teeming with families and getting an influx of young adults thanks to a spate of newly constructed apartments and condos. So what restaurant would be the perfect common denominator for two such disparate target markets? An all-day/late-night pancake house with cocktails , of course.

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  18. Big, Hot Slice of Pizza News and ReviewsRead the original story

    Dec 1, 2014 | Eater

    What's Cyber Monday? In Portland, it's apparently Pizza Monday since we have a hot batch of pizza-related news today. The Oregonian's Michael Russell reviews SE Division's Pizza Maria , which is helmed by Sean Coyne , the opening baker at Thomas Keller's Per Se in New York and the former head baker at Grand Central Bakery.

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  19. Events to Remedy Thanksgiving OverloadRead the original story

    Nov 26, 2014 | Eater

    Cooper's Hall: Today, Wednesday Nov. 26, happy hour starts early and lasts all day until 6 p.m. at Cooper's Hall. Get four free tastings of Cooper's Hall label wine, and fill up a growler from one of the 34 wine taps and you won't have to pay $6 for the refillable bottle.

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  20. Check out Clive's $480 Pour-Over Coffee Maker, Now Brewing at the new TOMS StoreRead the original story

    Nov 21, 2014 | Eater

    Clive Coffee , Portland's high-end coffee equipment boutique, has put a high-tech spin on one of the most low-tech forms of brewing: the pour-over. Instead of physically having to pour hot water onto the coffee grounds in your cone filter, the $480 Ratio will do it for you.

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