Living cheap and well in Portland: $1 Beers, $1 bowling and the $20 one-hour massage.
Remember when the Great Recession ended?
Neither do we.
While economists say
the nation has been on the mend, and the Dow reached a new high this
month, it sure doesn’t feel that way in Port
Food Cart of the Year: Holy Mole
Southeast 33rd Avenue and Hawthorne Boulevard, 347-4270. Hours posted weekly at facebook.com/holymoleportlandor.“In Mexico,” says Juan Fernando Otero, “we d
Reel M’ Inn
2430 SE Division St., 231-3880. Lunch and dinner daily.
There are few constants in this world:
The Cubs won’t win the Series, Dick Cheney is an asshole, miniature golf
Milk Glass Market
2150 N Killingsworth St., 395-4742, milkglassmrkt.com. Breakfast, lunch and early dinner Tuesday-Sunday.
You really shouldn’t be in a hurry at Milk Glass Market.
230 NW Lost Springs Terrace, No. 22, 746-6322, clutchsausagery.com. Lunch and dinner daily.
Hot dogs, they tell us, are the new big
thing in upscale old-school. Traveling New York chefs s
HK Cafe, 4410 SE 82nd Ave., 771-8866. Dim Sum, lunch and dinner daily.
If you’re a regular at Wong’s King or Ocean City, you
might be surprised to find this neon-lit dining hall in
Southeast 33rd Avenue and Hawthorne Boulevard, 502-4428, umaipdx.com. Lunch Wednesday-Sunday.
To get to Umai, you need a little faith. Turn down a
street that doesn’t look like a street