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One of Portland's top food cart pods is closing, meet Hollywood's hot new (old) dumpling spot and the debut of a two-story Elvis-themed bar.

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Author Danielle Centoni collaborated with 40 of Portland's best chefs and bartenders to create a collection of recipes that reflects our place in the food world.

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In March, Spitz Mediterranean Street Food, a Los Angeles-based chain centered on Turkish spit-roasted meats, opened its first Portland location.

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Mostly doughnuts.

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"Is it just coincidence this is playing out during Burger Week?'' U.S. District Judge Michael W. Mosman asked in court.

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We'll continue to add to this list as we try them. Stay tuned for our 10 best later this month.

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Departure restaurant's executive chef Gregory Gourdet offers tips for creating a colorful, carefully curated kitchen in Northeast Portland's Burnside Bridgehead. Watch the kitchen cam as he prepares a Sexy, Pan Asian dinner at the James Beard House Aug. 10.

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The 2017 solar eclipse is the perfect excuse to throw and late-summer brunch/viewing party. And since the eclipse dovetails with tomato season, it's a great time to showcase summertime dishes.

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Pok Pok is no longer the most exciting Thai restaurant in town, but you know what to expect and that might be exactly what you're looking for.

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Celebrate Milwaukie's first food cart pod, plus hot sauce galore, tacos, elephant garlic and more in August.

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At the slim Mississippi Avenue bistro, peak summer veggies are the focal points of a Pacific Northwest-inspired menu.

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Two more of Portland's food cart pods, The Cubby Hole, home to The Oregonian's best new food cart of 2017 Gumba, and the carts at The Gantry at Zidell Yards will have to find new homes by the end of the month.

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Omerta, a white-tablecloth Italian restaurant from a Mario Batali protege, and Opal from restaurant- and bar-opening dynamos Kurt Huffman and John Janulis, will open to the public Aug. 8 in the former Westin Hotel.

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The magazine's annual long list gives the Rose City its due.

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Eater National's recent survey of America's worst restaurant names featured not one but two Portland restaurants.

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With high temperatures heading into the 100s this week, the last thing you want to do is heat up the house by turning on your oven. These dishes will keep you fed and cool.

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This week, we're looking for your suggestions on who makes the Portland area's best old-fashioned milkshakes.

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Do-it-yourself ice cream sandwiches are customizable, not to mention fun and a perfect outlet for culinary creativity.

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From Twinkies to Snickers, we tried them all. (And nearly induced a pair of heart attacks in the process.)

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Here are our favorite 20 restaurants on the coast, from Astoria to Newport, where you’ll find everything from classic fish and chips to fine dining with the best tableside view.

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More than 80,000 people are expected to attend Waterfront Park's five-day festival, the largest beer gathering on the West Coast.

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Omerta and its sister bar, Opal, are expected to open August 1 in downtown Portland's Dossier hotel.

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The top 10 places to eat in Portland right now.

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The India Pale Ale is the grand Poobah of craft beer. Here are the 10 most recognizable to ever come out of Oregon.

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Next spring, Gorham's Toro Bravo Inc. restaurant group will open "Third n Tasty" just off downtown McMinnville's historic Third Street in the upcoming Atticus Hotel.

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The new menu -- offered Monday and Tuesday, for now -- is a breath of spicy air for the five-year-old Thai restaurant.

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The recently-shuttered Northeast Portland restaurant will host special events focused on paella and Puerto Rican food this summer.

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After a fire, Big's Chicken returns to its old digs offering a streamlined menu of chicken thighs, sandwiches, grilled corn and potato salad.

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Last month, the 14-year-old barbecue spot in Northeast Portland opened a streamlined, mustard yellow and brick red barbecue counter in the former Hokusei space along Southeast Belmont Avenue.

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