Trinket serves cheery brunch in a dim den of horns and silver.

Food Reviews & Stories
In August, wild-eyed chef Eric Bechard surrendered the Kingdom of Roosevelt after only six months in business. The ambitious native-foods menu apparently out-weirded Portland with wood-pigeon live   More
Wednesday, December 18, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR

Scoop: Fair Trade, Single Origin Gossip.

PORE OVER THE PLAN: Because making pour-over coffee is a pain, someone in Portland is handcrafting $480 coffeemakers that basically automate the Chemex. Clive Coffee founder Mark Hellweg claims his    More
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 WW Culture Staff

Kingdom of Roosevelt Moving

Breakfast Nook Called Trinket to Take Its Place


Food & Drink
Eric Bechard's wild-game restaurant, Kingdom of Roosevelt, will be moving from its location on 2055 SE Cesar Chavez Ave. The restaurant's name harks to the terrain of the local Roosevelt Elk, and focuses heavily on wild game and locally foraged ingredients, served on the menu with poetic names such as "fallow deer heart tartare with his marrow" and "wood pigeon liver custard with elderflower and ...   More
Thursday, August 22, 2013 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Creature Comforts

Kingdom come, in Portland as it is in McMinnville. But who’s game?

Food Reviews & Stories
The Kingdom of Roosevelt’s menu may be a minor literary work, short prose that begins with “Fallow deer heart tartare with his marrow,” continues to “Eggs in various forms” and closes on   More
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR


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