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If you’ve never you happy houred at The Old Gold, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, you order at the bar, then take your seat. Second, there are no signature cocktail discounts, but...

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Morgan Gary says her eco-conscious laundromat-bar-cafe has been six years in the making. Initially, she said she found herself thinking—while washing her own clothes as a student—that too many...

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To put a very fine point on it, the reason we go to Bamboo Sushi is for the sushi. And we will go—as evidenced by the small lines that continue to form before the doors open, even after two years...

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In July of 2012, Oklahoma native and the kingly named William F. Steuernagel V opened a cheese and cracker snack cart. That cart may no longer be in operation, but you can still get your snack on...

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When The Woodsman opens for its nightly dinner service, the place fills up fast. Not so for its weekend brunches—at least for now. But that should change, because what the kitchen puts out is...

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As a longtime cycling enthusiast, Lanette Fidrych has had her share of flats. The thing was, she never knew what to do with her pile of spent inner tubes as they’re notoriously difficult to...

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Interurban’s happy hour menu has a diverse bench that runs deep. Your only task whilst sipping on a draft beer or a glass of the slyly named Sword Fight (a Kentucky Mule made with Fighting Cock...

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Chef Jason French’s brunch menu changes often, but there will always be, with a few twists and turns, signature dishes that should win over even the most adventurous eaters. Take French’s apple...

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The menu at Mazen Khoury’s downtown Lebanese restaurant is long and lovingly broken down to credit dishes based on the recipes of his father, sisters and, chiefly, his mother. But if Habibi’s...

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Thanks to television shows like Grimm and Portlandia and films like Gus Van Sant’s Drugstore Cowboy and Paranoid Park, Portland has become a filmmaker’s playground, considered—like Austin and New...

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This February belonged to the music makers and, not surprisingly, the restaurateurs. Aaron Barnett’s St. Jack shuttered one space and opened another three days later. The boys from Bunk opened yet...

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Madrona Hill Cafe's brunch isn't really a brunch. And, as its name implies, it's definitely more cafe than restaurant—but that won't necessarily disappoint you. In fact, it shouldn't disappoint...

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When discussing our city of eaters, St. Jack’s Aaron Barnett zeroes in on what now seems to be a sturdy fact, if not an aphorism: Portlanders no longer do dinner and a movie; they just do dinner...

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For 10 years, the folks on the line at Park Kitchen have been putting out well-executed, yet playful happy hour plates (like fluffy salted cod fritters and gently fried chickpea fingers served...

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For the time being, the brunch served each Sunday morning at Jose Chesa and Cristina Báez's Ataula is somewhat of an open secret. Just don't expect that to last long. Chesa's egg plate (soft baked...

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After a brief hiatus, Winn Perry & Co., which closed its shop in the Ford Building in 2011, is back. Jordan Sayler and Kurt Foster’s new space stocks much of the same goods that it formerly did,...

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There are few places where you can belly up to the bar and quiz the chef about what he'd eat tonight, but Bar Avignon, with its open kitchen, is one of them. If he's not in the weeds, chef Eric...

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The ice and snow may have melted, but some small businesses are still digging their way out of the storm that led many local businesses to limit their hours or close their doors altogether last...

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If you think that biscuits and gravy are a tired dish worthy of a long nap, you might want to reconsider. Everything that's made in Paul Davis and Emily Anderson's kitchen is from scratch...

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If you frequent any of Portland's many farmers' markets, you might know John and Gabrielle Esbeck—they run crêpe stands at six of them. Now, their crêpes have a permanent home in the 22-seat space...

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The first thing you should know about Trinket is that the menu's subject to change at any time, whether due to what's in season or owner Gina Helvie's whims. Lucky for you, she knows her way...

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Do you require more personalized attention to reach your fitness goals in 2014? If the work-at-your-own-pace environment of the traditional gym isn’t motivating enough and cycling classes sound...

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Since opening the doors to her "inauthentic Asian" eatery Smallwares, Johanna Ware has become something of a media darling. And (unless your tongue's broken), you'll be powerless to agree that...

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Thanks to its two happy hours, Cassidy's has long been a destination for veterans of Portland's service industry. In fact, most of its hours are happy hours—of the 10 hours it’s open, six of them...

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If the standard gym routine fails to excite you in 2014, try supercharging your workout with a high-energy and -intensity spin session. Sweating bullets to the beat of your instructor’s playlist...

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It’s the new year and that means it’s time to get your butt in gear. Sometimes the only motivation you need is knowing where to go. In an effort to help you fulfill those resolutions you declared...

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No matter where you’re from or where you go, you can almost always rely on one thing: There will be pizza, and it will be delivered. If it’s too cold to venture outdoors, or if there’s a big game...

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Two thousand thirteen was bookended by new businesses as January and December were the months that saw the most new openings, which goes to show that holidays and post-holiday hangovers can slow...

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Much like the Portland man, the ladies of the Rose City have diverse and distinctive tastes. But, one thing they all have in common is that they love a locally crafted gift. This holiday...

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While many a Portland man may be bearded and bundled in flannel, not all modern Portland men are alike. Whether you've got a fashionista, libation hobbyist, or active biker and hiker on your list,...

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