The intersection of Northeast Killingsworth Street and
30th Avenue hardly needs another culinary contender: That corner is
already home to Cocotte, Beast, Expatriate, DOC and Yakuza. But now
Wilder bar and cafe in Concordia, run by former fluoride booster, opens to a rave from the former mayor
Food & Drink
Willamette Week reported in August that Raquel Luz Bournhonesque, co-director and co-founder of Upstream Public Health—the lobbying group best known for its campaign to fluoridate Portland’s water—planned to open a local-sourced, organic-heavy Northeast Portland bar and cafe called Wilder.Well, it opened up at the end of November at 5501 NE 30th Ave., and Michael Russell over at The ...