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Broder Soder, North Valley Vineyards, and Hop Dog are open, Coquine and Nomad.PDX expand their hours.

By Katie Vaughan August 11, 2015

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Southwest citizens can now get their hands on gravlax and aebleskivers without crossing the river. Broder Soder opened last week at Nordia House, the Scandinavian culture and community center. 8800 SW Oleson Rd

Now you can get your modernist dining fix late at night thanks to Nomad.PDX. On August 16, the former pop-up is adding an a la carte menu that will be available from 9pm to 1am, in addition to their regular tasting menu on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. 1200 SW Morrison St

With less time to devote to burgers, the former owners of Little Big Burger can focus on hot dogs. Hop Dog opened last week and will be serving up a variety of dogs, from “The Harvey,” with standard fixin’s, to “The Mick,” with Olympia Provisions chorizo, chimichurri, and queso fresco. 412 SW 12th Ave


As of last Friday, Belmont’s pop-up turned brick-and-mortar Coquine has added breakfast and lunch hours. Coffee and pastries, like biscuits with honey thyme butter, will be available in the morning. Lunch will include a porchetta sandwich with lemon, mint, and basil. New hours: Wed-Sun, 8am-3:30pm and 5-10pm. 6839 SE Belmont St 

Former Little Bird chef Erik Van Kley is scheduled to open his new restaurant, Taylor Railworks, in the first week of September, offering “refined American cuisine.” 117 SE Taylor St 


Soter Vineyards’ sister company, North Valley Vineyards, has opened a tasting room in Newberg near the Allison Inn and Spa. In addition to samplings of their debut “Origins Series” AVA Pinot Noirs and other exclusive vinos, they will also offer wine blending classes for small groups. 28800 NE Bell Rd, Newberg


Portland Business Journal reports that Dave's Killer Bread, the organic Portland bread brand, has been purchased by Flowers Food Inc. (owners of Wonder Bread and Tastykake) for $275 million. Dave's Killer Bread was born as a spinoff of NatureBake in 2005, with ex-con Dave Dahl (brother of then-CEO Glenn Dahl) as the mascot for their farmer's market-proud brand. 

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