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Drink 2007: Hotel...Motel...Holiday Inn


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HI-BALL: Never mind Grandpa's yellow-tinged hanky; old is classy. Or, at least, remodeled vintage is. The Mallory Hotel may now be the Hotel deLuxe, but its infamous bar, the Driftwood Room (729 SW 15 ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 23, 2007 Jessica Machado

Close encounters of the hipster kind

With business booming and young'uns snatching up homes, the heat is on in FoPo.


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Where Highway 26 forks at the fast-food vortex of T-Bell and KFC, head southeast down Foster Road, past the discount tobacco shack and "variety" store selling VHS tapes and wind-up toys. Take note of ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 2, 2007 Jessica Machado

Hammy's

Clinton Street's late-night pizza savior wants to make a pig out of you.


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Sick of soaking up that last unnecessary cocktail with Plaid Pantry nachos? Well, meet your new friend Hammy. Yes, he sounds delightful, not like a late-night indulgence you'll regret in the morning. ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 10, 2007 Jessica Machado

Dish Review


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Sick of soaking up that last unnecessary cocktail with Plaid Pantry nachos? Well, meet your new friend Hammy. Yes, he sounds delightful, not like a late-night indulgence you'll regret in the morning. But, contrary to the piggy connotations, Hammy's isn't a sub-sandwich shop or barbecue pit. It's the   More
 
Wednesday, January 10, 2007 Jessica Machado

Dish Review


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French fries are like the goodwill ambassadors of the culinary worldno boundary is too unsafe for them to cross. Dunk the starchy wedge in Indian curry, Italian aioli or good ol' American ketchup, or serve it with a greasy burger or in a bowl of shellfishno one will complain. Especially not beer d   More
 
Thursday, January 4, 2007 Jessica Machado

Dish Review


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Leaving the bold and brazen in downtown Portland, the new Masu East plays the role of subdued little sister to the Japanese restaurant's original Southwest 13th Avenue outpost. No anime silhouettes on Saturday nights, no mod mural behind the sushi bar. Out east, the only noise is the chatter of neig   More
 
Thursday, January 4, 2007 Jessica Machado

NORTH 45

A Northwest 21st Avenue bar goes from Wimpy to world pub grub.


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French fries are like the goodwill ambassadors of the culinary world—no boundary is too unsafe for them to cross. Dunk the starchy wedge in Indian curry, Italian aioli or good ol' American ketch ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 27, 2006 Jessica Machado

Where Everybody Knows His Name

Ron Toms creates a bar in his own image, and it looks like Dayton, Ohio—circa 1960.


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If you're going to name a bar after yourself—and you're not a McMenamin—you better know what you're doing. Luckily, Mr. Ron Toms does. His new lounge on East Burnside Street is a swanky kn ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 20, 2006 Jessica Machado

Masu East

The Japanese restaurant's second outpost is deliciously low-key.


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Leaving the bold and brazen in downtown Portland, the new Masu East plays the role of subdued little sister to the Japanese restaurant's original Southwest 13th Avenue outpost. No anime silhouettes on ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 Jessica Machado
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