Get blitzed at Burgerville starting this Friday.


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Updated with more info: It's really happening! Tomorrow, Friday, May 1, Burgerville will start serving local wine and beer at its Salmon Creek location in Vancouver. That's right—order a Widmer Hefeweizen to go with your pepper bacon cheeseburger. Genius! (We've got a call in to Burgerville to find out when Portland might start getting some sudsy action too). According to the Burgerville ...   More
 
Thursday, April 30, 2009 KELLY CLARKE

Chef Greg Perrault trades DOC...for the barnyard.


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A major shakeup over at Micah Camden's Northeast Portland empire: We've heard that Chef Greg Perrault is leaving D.O.C., the Killingsworth 'hood supper house that he created with Camden in 2008. "Yes, Greg's leaving," Camden confirmed via phone from San Francisco. "He's done an amazing job. He wants to go work on a farm, he wants to go butcher for a while. I can't stop him. " Camden says ...   More
 
Friday, August 7, 2009 KELLY CLARKE

Some Thoughts On Our Restaurant Guide


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Willamette Week's 2009 Restaurant Guide is out today, inside every issue of this week's paper. We had a blast, as always, putting the guide together, and noticed a few things along the way that didn't make it into the guide. First, turnover. The following restaurants that were in last year's guide have either closed or undergone such drastic changes that they might as well have: 23Hoyt, Alberta ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 BEN WATERHOUSE

EVENTS ROUNDUP: Valentine's Day for your stomach.


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Valentine's Day is approaching, whether you want to admit it or not. The silver lining of this cheesy consumer lovefest? It gives local restaurants an good excuse to cook fabulous prix fixe meals with fun themes (scroll down to the Heathman to see what I mean). Take charge of your fake holiday plans and reserve a table for you and your beloved (or, alternately, for you and a group of hungry friends ...   More
 
Sunday, February 7, 2010 KELLY CLARKE

EAT: More Details on Cognito


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As we reported in last week's Scoop column, there are two restaurants moving into the former home of It's A Beautiful Pizza on Southeast Belmont Street: Hall of Records, a combination record shop and bar, and Cognito, a collaboration between owner Wayne Sabbak, who also owns the property, and chef Jeffrey J. Kingman. Kingman gave us a call to correct an error in our original item (he's spent recent ...   More
 
Friday, May 7, 2010 BEN WATERHOUSE

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