Food Reviews & Stories
I miss my sandwich. I feel like we didn’t see enough of
each other. There was our initial meeting (hello, long stems of
seasoned, blackened green beans, chipped Parmesan, soft-boiled egg and
Food Reviews & Stories
It’s a good thing Brian Steelman’s taquerias don’t call
on that electric yellow margarita mix that turns your fingers into
sticky toys from the 25-cent machine—the food is sloppy enough, not
Portland stages the second round of a local design competition.
Fashion Feud—a live fashion design competition—is coming back to Portland for the second round of competitive couture (the winners of the three initial rounds will compete this May in the finals). Watch and vote as Portland designers Nelli Millard and Lamontario Kent outfit models using mystery cloth (from NYC...
Attention food lovers who like to make their opinions know (so...all of us): Portland Food and Drink's the third annual "Best of Portland" survey is running, and Food Dude wants to know the usual (best date restaurant, worst service) and the unusual...
Portland beat the checkered kitchen pants off of other Northwest cities with five nominees for the "People's Best New Chef" award, sponsored by CNN and Food & Wine magazine. Top chefs from Departure(Gregory G...
This Valentine's Day, let the Portland Aerial Tram hoist you and your beau to the best view of the city. OHSU invites sweethearts up to the tram's upper platform for hot cider, cookies and a panoramic view of the Portland skyline and Cascade Mountain Range. Be sure to check out the in...
A local trio on what it takes to make a mean non-alcoholic beverage.
It's hard to choose between chunky drinks and jelly ones. Harder yet to even consider downing a "White Fugus Bird's Nest" (Wonderfarm). Thankfully, Portland's got a trio of dudes who don't scare easily when it comes to liquid libations...as long as they're non-alcoholic.
What to do on Valentine’s Day if you really don’t want to do anything.
Don’t swap out the five-course dinner and
Champagne for Swanson’s and Jim Beam just yet. If you find yourself
alone on Valentine’s Day—or sharing the day with a date who hates every
Everything you could ever possibly want to do on Valentine’s Day—or not.
Love may mean never having to say you’re sorry, but
you’re damn sure to be apologizing if you don’t at least acknowledge
this holiday of schmaltz. Luckily, Portland’s restaurants, clubs and