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  1. Ricardo Segura, Former Chef-Owner of Patanegra, Launches Tertulia DinnersRead the original story

    Friday Apr 10 | Eater

    A warm new pop-up dining concept recently launched in Northeast Portland, introducing Pacific Northwesterners to the Spanish tradition of tertulia , an informal gathering where food is served along with music, literary or artistic chat, and an enormous dose of goodwill. Chef Ricardo Segura , who for 17 years operated Tapeo, then Patanegra , in the Northwest Portland space now occupied by Ataula, recently launched his intimate, twice-a-week Tertulia dinners in the Mount Tabor Coffee Roaster space at NE Glisan and NE 69th Ave. There he's serving up community spirit along with some truly inspired tapas.

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  2. Block and Board Butcher Shop Heading to Terwilliger This SummerRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Eater

    Southwest Portland is getting a new boutique butcher shop. Erick Paulson , a food lover and former investment banker, is launching Block and Board at 8421 SW Terwilliger Blvd. later this summer, where he'll offer a full butcher case of local, naturally raised meats alongside six taps for growler refills.

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  3. Chef Greg Newman to Helm Swift and Union Pub in KentonRead the original story

    Monday Apr 6 | Eater

    Swift and Union , the Tabor Tavern spinoff coming to Kenton later this spring, has found its chef. Owners Ken "Zig" Naffziger and Kristen Siefkin have hired 20-year industry vet Greg Newman to lead the kitchen.

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  4. Produce Row Will Live Again After Seven-Month ClosureRead the original story

    Monday Apr 6 | Eater

    The news last fall stunned the city: Alan Davis was closing the always-bustling Produce Row cafA after a 40-year run. It didn't make sense.

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  5. Portland Gets a New Asian Street Food Cart; Cackalack's Goes Brick-and-MortarRead the original story

    Friday Apr 3 | Eater

    Welcome to Cartwire, in which we round up the latest news from the ever-changing world of Portland food carts. Asian Street Food - A newcomer to downtown's SW 9th and Alder cart pod, Bing Mi! opened in January and serves up Chinese crepes called jian bing.

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  6. Opening Report: Tracking the Dozen Restaurants That Opened in MarchRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Eater

    Batter, Griddle and Drinkery unleashed its all-day, late-night pancake and cocktail house March 1. The menu is built on batter in various forms , including hotcakes, waffles and crepes, all topped and stuffed with a wide range of sweet, savory and oddball combinations. The 65-seat restaurant also has a full bar.

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  7. MOD Pizza Opens at PDX; Clarklewis Installs Rooftop GardenRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Eater

    Portland International Airport now has pizza on demand. Seattle-based MOD Pizza opened its first airport store today in PDX's newly renovated C Concourse.

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  8. Meet Dapper & Wise, SE Division's New Coffee LoungeRead the original story

    Mar 20, 2015 | Eater

    Beaverton-based, small-batch coffee roaster Dapper & Wise quietly opened the doors to its first Portland cafe on March 7, on a busy corner of SE Division's restaurant row. Owned by Evan Aldrete and his business partner Tyler Geel , who also own the Insomnia Coffee Co.

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  9. 14 of Portland's Best Tacos, MappedRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2015 | Eater

    Chains aside, there is no such thing as a bad taco. Sure, some tacos are better than others, but they're all good, and they're good at all times, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and standing at the corner of SE 6th and Morrison at 3 o'clock in the morning.

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  10. Take a Look Inside Chizu, Opening Monday March 16Read the original story

    Mar 13, 2015 | Eater

    He's picking out 30 special cheeses to showcase behind glass along the 11-seat bar. Just tick off the ones you want and any accompaniments from the sushi-style ordering card.

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  11. Opening Alert: Steve Jones Aims to Unleash Chizu March 16Read the original story

    Mar 12, 2015 | Eater

    Cheese and beer is a beautiful thing, which is why Steve Jones has made it his life's mission to bring perfectly paired cheese and libations to the masses. First he gave us Cheese Bar on SE Belmont in 2010, and on Monday he's planning to open the doors to Chizu , his 18-seat downtown jewel box, where cheese plates will get the sushi bar treatment.

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  12. Christopher David Cafe Has a Real Deal Flat WhiteRead the original story

    Mar 12, 2015 | Eater

    In January, Starbucks introduced the " flat white ," perhaps Australia and New Zealand's most popular coffee drink. But most Americans had no idea what it is, and after trying it, what all the fuss was about.

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  13. Opening Alert: 10 Barrel Aims to Open Portland Brewpub Monday March 16Read the original story

    Mar 11, 2015 | Eater

    Rumor has it that as long as the remaining permits are approved as expected, Bend-based 10 Barrel Brewing will finally open the doors to its Portland brewpub on Monday, March 16 , in the Pearl District spot formerly home to Mellow Mushroom pizza. When it does open, it'll join Fat Head's , Deschutes , and Henry's Tavern to make the Pearl District's old Brewery Blocks a literal description of the area.

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  14. Cadillac Cafe on NE Broadway Sold to New OwersRead the original story

    Mar 10, 2015 | Eater

    The Cadillac Cafe , with its vintage car, rib-sticking brunch plates, and perennial crowd milling around outside waiting to get in, has been a fixture in Irvington for more than 20 years. And though the original owners are retiring and selling the business, its legions of fans need not worry: The new owners have promised not to change a thing.

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  15. Look Inside BJ Smith's Smokehouse Tavern, Now Open on SE MorrisonRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2015 | Eater

    East-siders who have fallen hard for BJ Smith's sliver of a barbecue joint on NW 21st no longer have to venture to the west side to get their fix. Today, Smith officially opened the doors to Smokehouse Tavern, basically a slightly more deluxe version of his original Smokehouse 21, and it serves the full menu until midnight every night.

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

    Mar 5, 2015 | 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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  17. Get Free Voodoo Doughnuts, Delivered, When Postmates Launches Next WeekRead the original story

    Mar 5, 2015 | 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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  18. John Taboada Helps Japanese Store Recreate Navarre RestaurantRead the original story

    Mar 4, 2015 | 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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  19. Drink Up: Boozy Events to Plan Your Week AroundRead the original story

    Mar 2, 2015 | 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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  20. Ruby Jewel Plays with Cake and Cookies; Coors Launches Gluten-Free Beer in PortlandRead the original story

    Feb 26, 2015 | 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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