WW writers remember their favorite dishes from 2012.
Food Reviews & Stories
The Woodsman Tavern’s roasted trout in crazy water
is crazy—like a fox. Chef Jason Barwikowski has created a trifecta of
salty, savory and acidic that makes me want each bite more than the one
The July 6, 2011, issue of Willamette Week
hit the streets with a glowing review of a new Northeast Alberta Street
restaurant. The food was “cerebral” and “playful.” It “surprises and
Food & Drink
WW's 2012 Restaurant Guide is out today—as always, it is a beautiful full-color magazine full of food porn and excellent advice. And it's free. You really should pick up a copy. But we also wanted to offer a little something extra for our readers on the information superhighway, so we sent multimedia journalist Emilee Booher down to our restaurant of the year, Aviary, and runner-up, Smallwares, to ...
Portlanders are not big on dessert. It’s not that we’re
health conscious, exactly—it’s that we indulge elsewhere. Or so says
Jeff McCarthy, the former pastry chef at closed-down Ten 01 and
Illegal fireworks are exploding in Oregon. Portland’s new fire chief is cracking down.
You thought it was a victimless crime, a Portland rite of passage.
You drive across the
Columbia River, fill your trunk with powerful fireworks that are legal
in Washington, and then smuggle the
Food & Drink
Huzzah! Undaunted by fire damage from an illegal July 4th firework, the chefs behind Aviary will host a series of pop up dinners in Andy Ricker's Ping starting Monday, July 18 while their restaurant is rebuilt. Details about the dinners as well as a fundraiser organized by other local chefs in the presser below. Who says community spirit is dead?Portland’s vibrant, supportive community of restaurants, ...