8029 SE Stark St., 477-6030, tanukipdx.com.
[WOW!] Chef-owner Janis Martin’s
Montavilla izakaya is a dim, nearly unmarked space frequented mostly by a
small, self-selecting group of adventurous
601 SE Morrison St., 234-4102, taradpdx.com.
[PORK POT HIGH] Tarad Thai’s
interior looks like a ’70s Chiang Mai bodega designed by Hollywood, a
home for Viet-vet expats who moved to the Thai
580 SW 12th Ave., 621-9251; 3808 N Williams Ave., 621-1400 (Tasty N Sons); tastyntasty.com.
From Toro Bravo to Tasty N Sons and now Tasty N Alder,
John Gorham has made a career out of never h
926 NW 10th Ave., 841-5463, yamasushiandsakebar.com.
[AVOID THE BLOWFISH]
Yama means “mountain” in Japanese, on the face of it a bewildering name
for a sushi restaurant. But Yama is also the
It’s 11 in the morning, six hours
before dinner service begins, and Trent Pierce is already three hours
into his workday. In the open kitchen of his tiny avant-seafood
restaurant, Roe, tucked
Movie Reviews & Stories
It’s easy to forget this while hanging at an average
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You probably already know the story behind the new T
Alberta Street party dive The Nest, which was
destroyed in a fire last year (the sole evacuee was a cat, which
firefighters treated with oxygen), inspired virulent loyalty among its
Stuff to help you enjoy riding your bike for the six wet months to come.
Photos by Misha Ashton mooreThere’s a lot to be said for biking in the rain. Sure,
Portland’s winter skies are gray and leaky and the sun falls behind the
West Hills so, so fast. On the othe
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Rough-cut Mexican restaurant Prehispanica still excels in places.
Food Reviews & Stories
Just one block south of Tasty n Alder and
across from Saint Cupcake, at the dusty frontier of the past year’s
West End restaurant boom, lies something vanishingly rare in Portland: