1416 SE Stark St., 683-3676, ensowinery.com.
This urban winery is a tops of the new wave, from its
urban-garagiste ambience to its affordable $5 Resonate reds and whites
to $10 taster trays
1239 SW Broadway, 222-9070, higginsportland.com.
Though most patrons—federal prosecutors, Oregonian
reporters—at the dim back bar of pioneer locavore Greg Higgins’
Where to find the best wheat-free options in town.
for Portlanders, Peruvians naturally forgo most things wheat. Though
they do love their meat, the gluten-free, vegan and veggie menus are
pages long; bigger than the full menu at
Albatross & Co., 225 14th St., 741-3091.
Local foodniks were thrilled when Eric Bechard left his
lauded McMinnville restaurant Thistle to bring “fallow deer heart
tartare with his
2039 NE Alberta Ave., 971-200-4711; 3010 SE Division St., 477-6699; bollywoodtheaterpdx.com.
The Division Street sequel is bigger and
flashier than the original box-office
2730 N Killingsworth St., 247-7499, handsomepizza.com.
Handsome’s wide, crisp-bottomed pies strongly resemble the
standard-setter at Apizza Scholls. Each emerges from a
Angel Food & Fun
5135 NE 60th Ave., 287-7909.
Former Bluehour sous chef Manuel Lopez offers rich,
surprising Yucatecan meats and stews. Get the smoky relleno negro
2319 NE Glisan St., 477-5779, slowburger.net.
Spun off from a dim Southeast Grand Avenue bar, the
namesake burger at this Ocean microrestaurant is a half-pound of