Eat Beat's News to Chew

Top food news stories from around Portland, including the third location of Sizzle Pie and Sunset Magazine's picks for the Northwest's top markets, cheese shops, fish mongers and more.

By Allison Jones October 10, 2012

Get ready Eugene. Sizzle is coming.


Westmoreland: Relish Gastropub will soon open in the former funeral parlor most recently home to The Woods music venue. The casual restaurant will offer sharable plates, sandwiches, bar snacks, and daily happy hours in addition to twenty beers on tap, twenty-seven wines by the glass, and house cocktails. 6637 SE Milwaukie
SE Milwaukie: Mark Doxtader's woodfired oven-powered eatery Tastebud has announced extended hours for autumn, offering two new nights of pizza and roast chicken dinners for dine-in and take-out. Hungry diners will now be able to feast away from Wednesday through Sunday, 5 to 9 pm, with an All-You-Can-Eat-Pizza and Salad Night each Sunday. 3220 SE Milwaukie


NE Alberta: Neighborhood Italian spot Ciao Vito is ready to debut a recent remodel, a new chef (Jose Chesa, a Spanish-born recent NYC resident who put in time at New York's Fleur de Sel and Puerto Rico's Bodegas Compostela), and a new menu spiked with flavors from France and Spain. 2203 NE Alberta


NW 23rd: Southern-inspired Southland Whiskey Kitchen, the latest eatery from Casa del Matador's Nathan Opper and Zak Melang, will officially open Thursday, October 11th. The menu includes hundreds of bottles of whiskey, heritage cocktails, wine and beer, and its own small-batch sodas in addition to slow-cooked BBQ, mesquite-grilled steaks, and Southern classics like shrimp and grits, catfish po’boys, and fried chicken. 1422 NW 23rd Ave.


Eugene: Sizzle Pie, the late-night pizza joint catering to the East and West Burnside crowds, is taking its signature brand of drunk-friendly pie a few hours south to Eugene. The pizza slingin' spot's third location is set to occupy a space in downtown Eugene's Broadway Commerce Center, with an expected debut date of New Year's Eve. 


Sunset Magazine: Sunset's latest Top 50 Local Food Shops feature shines the spotlight on some primo regional butchers, cheesemongers, bakers, fish mongers, charcuteries, and grocers. Among the most notable? Portland's own Laurelhurst Market, Cheese Bar, Little T Bakery, Flying Fish Co., Chop Butchery & Charcuterie, and the cute-as-abutton Woodsman Market. Click here for the full food-lovers list.

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