Newest Additions
Food Adventures in Eugene
February 5th, 2013
in Eugene

Oregon, my Perspective
Rants, raves and pictures.
February 5th, 2013
in Portland

Outside The Interzone
Miscellaneous thoughts on politics, people, math, science and other cool (if sometimes frustrating) stuff from somewhere near my favorite coffee shop.
September 1st, 2012
in Corvallis

10 Bloggiest Oregon Cities
Portland (Many)
Corvallis (93)
Eugene (88)
Bend (64)
Salem (43)
Beaverton (40)
Hillsboro (23)
Astoria (19)
Ashland (12)
Tigard (10)

More Cities »
Other Oregon Aggregators
ORblogs 2.0
Bend Blogs
ORblogs R.I.P - Thanks Paul!
Portland Bars
Advertisements
Oregon Wine Tours
Portland Interior Design
Oregon Photographer
Jobs in Portland
Buy Gable Vents
Rounded Gable Vents
The Worst Bar in Portland
Portland New Years
Business Attorney Portland
Oregon Wineries
Trivia/Pub Quiz Questions
DUI Attorneys Portland
Dean Kirkland

News

http://www.neighborhoodnotes.com/

Located in Portland

Last update: January 20th, 2016 at 11:52 am

ping: http://ignoregon.com/ping/893

249 post clicks in the past 90 days

Neighborhood Notes City-Wide RSS feed for News

Portland is at risk of losing another important piece of its history, Centennial Mills. $13 million dollars, two failed proposals, and lack of basic care that caused serious deterioration of the...

[0 clicks]

Melissa Mayer and Maylin Chavez love oysters, and they want you to, too. Their new almost all-things oyster bar, inspired by their recent tasting trip to Paris, is now open for dinner, Saturday...

[0 clicks]

Steven Smith Teamaker, the first name in local tea—and perhaps even in the world—has just opened its doors to a brand new facility on the southeast side of the river. The new enormous industrial...

[0 clicks]

When you’re hungry for Mexican food and dying for happy hour, you’ve got some wide-ranging options. You can brave the lines (don’t worry, they move fast) at ¿Por Qué No?. You can try the stewy...

[0 clicks]

Nicolle Dirks and Jose "Pepe" Arancibia met in Boston in 1996. Not long after, they found themselves married and living in Chile, where they ran a vegetarian restaurant that they called Epif. When...

[0 clicks]

January 1 kicked off—appropriately—with Bloody Mary Day. That day has come and gone, but Portland sure continues to make some keepers. Here’s a rundown of some of our favorites that we’ve had over...

[0 clicks]

If you’ve been coveting your friends’s new bar set, chances are it was handmade right here in town courtesy of Lucas Plant, Daniel Osborne and Katie Burnett’s Bull in China. For a year, you could...

[0 clicks]

Move over Distillery Row: With the recent opening of Aria Gin (which joins Bull Run and Clear Creek distilleries), NW Portland’s Slabtown neighborhood has its very own distillery district. All of...

[0 clicks]

Portland’s beer scene just got a lot more interesting. Thad Fisco, who sells industrial brewing supplies at  Portland Kettle Works, has teamed up with a trio of friends (Chris Sears, Patrick Walsh...

[0 clicks]

Solomon Flores, along with the help of his mother, Berni Pilip, is now bringing the residents who live a little deeper in North Portland’s neighborhoods a 40-seat cafe that offers sandwiches (bánh...

[0 clicks]

For years, Erika Reagor has operated Thrive, a health-forward catering operation to feed Portland’s banquet class. She still has that mobile business, but now she has a new headquarters in the...

[0 clicks]

After nearly three years of closing his pizzeria on SE Milwaukie Avenue, baker Mark Doxtader is at it again, reopening Tastebud, which has now been reborn out in Multnomah Village. The 40-plus...

[0 clicks]

Four years after opening its second spot on W Burnside Street, the folks behind Sizzle Pie have finally opened the doors to their long-awaited Quality Bar, directly adjacent to the pizzeria in...

[0 clicks]

If you’re looking for a good place to unwind for happy hour, look no further. The corner of SE Grand Avenue at Morrison has it all: Russian drinking fare, craft cocktails, late night burgers a...

[0 clicks]

For several years, brewmaster Alan Taylor has overseen all of Pints Brewing Company’s beer-making operations. He still does, only now he’s opening his own brewery, a family-friendly 200-seater in...

[0 clicks]

A year after leaving the executive position at downtown’s Little Bird, chef Erik Van Kley—with the help of his friend, Daniel Neely, and his sweetheart, Gabriella Ramos—has put the finishing...

[0 clicks]

When she was a little girl growing up in Syracuse, New York, Melissa Bartoszewski hasted taking her medicine—what kid doesn’t? So her interest was piqued when a family friend—a chiropractor,...

[0 clicks]

You can do an awful lot with an egg, and these 13 Portland restaurants show how you can turn something so humble into something out of this world. Last Friday was World Egg Day. Not the most...

[0 clicks]

October is National Pizza Month and if you’ve been paying attention lately, you know that Portland is now rich—very rich—in bread, sauce and cheese. For a while, the only game in town seemed to be...

[0 clicks]

Recently, I had the privilege of participating in a fascinating discussion about our responsibility to small, local businesses. If they disappoint or upset us, is it okay for us to flame them in a...

[0 clicks]

Alisa Fairweather grew up in Pennsylvania, moved to Portland in 1996, had a pair of kids and, until recently, worked as an administrator for a local university. But one day, she decided she wanted...

[0 clicks]

Brunch Box’s brick and mortar is a tiny place—there’s only seating for about 10 (not including a few sidewalk tables that are put out when it’s nice), plus a short standing bar, á la Seattle’s...

[0 clicks]

Susan Hess Logeais’ lengthy and impressive resume includes stints as a model, actor, dancer, mother, activist and filmmaker. From the covers of Vogue and Elle to acting alongside Nicolas Cage, her...

[0 clicks]

Depending on when you show up for this late-riser dim sum brunch, there may be a wait—but it’ll be a short one because the servers wheeling their carts around bring items to your table faster than...

[0 clicks]

Aestheticians Jami Sherman and Shannon Milligan both grew up in Portland, and both have loyal followings that trust them with their skincare needs. (Sherman used to operate Treatment while...

[0 clicks]

Pretty much every bar and restaurant in this town offers some discounted eats and drinks during happy hour. But often, those discounts are a weekday thing only. When it comes to these generous eat...

[0 clicks]

While New Year’s resolutions often focus on the self—get fit, save money, travel more, spend time with family—don’t forget that helping others and supporting your local community are also...

[0 clicks]

A resolution is a nice thought, but to make good on your good intentions, you actually need resolve: making a choice and sticking with it. Getting in shape may be the most common New Year’s...

[0 clicks]

For two-plus years, we’ve been documenting this city’s many, many brunch spots. But you know what? Brunch isn’t simply a weekend thing. For this list, it’s more accurate to call these brunches...

[0 clicks]

CeCe Cummins and and Joel Mikkalson’ beading business may be a quarter of a century old but it’s brand new to Portland. (It previously operated for five years in Santa Fe and another 17 in Santa...

[0 clicks]