Woodsman Tavern: Restaurant Guide 2014

Restaurant Guide
4537 SE Division St., (971) 373-8264, woodsmantavern.com [NICE FOLKS] Sitting down at the Woodsman is as close as most of us will ever come to staging our own Kinfolk suppe   More
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Adrienne So

The Fifty Plates: Delaware Scrapple

Eating the whole pig, German style.

Food Reviews & Stories
Scrapple is made of things you don’t talk about in polite company. It is a loaf of slurried pig—snout, eyeball, liver and heart—made mealy with corn and served fried. It is a comfort both    More
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Woodsman Tavern one of the Top 10 Whiskey Bars in the Country, GQ Says

Thus cementing its shark-jumping obsession with Portland


Food & Drink
Ah, GQ . It seems like only six months ago that the magazine's food writer Alan Richman suddenly decided, five years after seemingly every other food critic in the country, that Portland was an amazing fresh-local-organic-seasonal-idiosyncratic food mecca deserving of pilgrimage by the heavily bankrolled East Coast foodie set bored of tablecloths and good service.GQ's abstention had ...   More
Monday, May 6, 2013 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Can You Trust a Chef to Write About Food?


Food & Drink
Chefs can be great food writers: They certainly know the product, the players and the trade. If they’ve got a way with words, they can be a joy to read. But chefs don’t—can’t—have objectivity. They have allies and enemies. They owe favors. They too often see things through the lens of their own career.Or so it seems to me.Which is why something in a Portland Mercury blog post caught ...   More
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 by Martin Cizmar

A Prim Woodland

The Woodsman Tavern tastes good and looks better.

Food Reviews & Stories
It’s Thanksgiving eve and the Woodsman Tavern is bustling. The harried staff darts about as diners seated on iron-legged drafting stools blend together in the richly dim room. A pale, slightly b   More
Wednesday, December 14, 2011 MARTIN CIZMAR

Stumptown's Duane Sorenson Selling... Flowers?


Food & Drink
It's no new news that Stumptown Coffee founder Duane Sorenson is opening a restaurant on Southeast Division Street next to the original Stumptown Coffee location (though here's a little factoid: the business was originally registered as Haymaker in 2008, changed to Bow and Rifle in January this year, then changed to its current name, the less violent-sounding Woodsman Tavern, two weeks later), but ...   More
Thursday, September 22, 2011 RUTH BROWN


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