Food Reviews & Stories
Looking to get in touch with Portland’s beer culture this week?
Well, you could go
where the national beer magazines send you, enjoying Rogue’s
carpet-flavored beer then heading over to Ap
In Portland, every day is Record Store Day. This is a guide to all of them.
3636 N Mississippi Ave., wearebeaconsound.com.
Noon-7 pm daily.
With its clean, minimalist design, Beacon Sound has the
air of an art gallery, which might als
The highlights of this year’s Soul’d Out Music Festival.
Robert Glasper Experiment
Exhibit A in the case for jazz’s
survival, pianist Robert Glasper’s fluid combinations of jazz, R&B
and hip-hop sound as organically related as these not-so-di
The Replacements played a lot of terrible shows. The only one it apologized for happened in Portland.
About the time the couch crash-landed on Southeast Ash
Street, it became clear this was a Replacements show that would live in
always brought out the worst in the Replacemen
Where to find the best wheat-free options in Portland.
for Portlanders, Peruvians naturally forgo most things wheat. Though
they do love their meat, the gluten-free, vegan and veggie menus are
pages long; bigger than the full menu at
3570 SE Division St., 232-3004, atlaspizzapdx.com. Lunch and dinner daily.
Metalheads who drive Chevy Cavaliers have long been the
unsung heroes of the American pizza industry in p
Richard Speer’s 10 favorite shows from 2002 to 2015, in chronological order.
Julia Fenton’s Devices and Desires
(Mark Woolley Gallery, April 2003)
Visually extravagant with pink feathers and over-the-top
sculptures, this show was also deeply thoughtful in its critique of
Grant’s Philly Cheesesteaks
1203 NW 23rd Ave., 477-7133. Lunch and dinner Sunday-Friday, closed Saturday.
The Philadelphia cheesesteak is a stupidly simple creation, and exactly the sort of th
Pollo Norte, 5427 NE 42nd Ave., 287-0669, pollonorte.com. Lunch and dinner Tuesday-Sunday.
When Pollo Norte opened, they did not advertise. But there
was a deafening chorus of whis