Eat This Now
Summer Eats: Fun in the Sun
Karen Brooks, Kelly Clarke, Rebecca Jacobson, Sam Pape, Benjamin Tepler, and Sarah Williams
Bring the kids. Brings the dogs. We’re having Lao crispy rice salad and tater tots for dinner.
The 25-year-old Portland institution gets a refresh, with updated classics, a bar menu, and cannabis-fed pig roasts.
Lush gardens, swanky marinas, grill mastery, frosty drinks, ice cream overload. And a llama.
Garden bowers. Yacht-side patios. Slurping banana pudding milkshakes and swilling beers with llamas. We’ve got ideas.
Bridgeport, Widmer, and Rogue revamp themselves for the New Portland beer scene.
The booze guru will craft cocktails—and dole out morning-after Emergen-C—at his bodega-inspired Foster-Powell bar.
From sci-fi wine tastings and curated club parties to a LGBTQ history walking tour, there are plenty of original ways to celebrate Pride in Portland.
The 67-room Lower Burnside respite also houses Hey Love, a new lounge concept from alums of Rum Club, Dig a Pony, and Mississippi Studios.
Coffee and mocktail whiz Ro Tam is joined in the kitchen by the Fenrir crew, with Tanglewood Chai slushies coming down the pike.
The Pepe Le Moko cocktail wizard appeared on Late Night to promote his book—and make Huber's Spanish coffees.
Marty Patail and Kelly Clarke
Before, Adam Robinson's Mondays-only bar night was Holdfast's sidepiece. Now, the industry hangout stirs up sweet trouble seven days a week in SE Portland's former Associated space.
With the loss of the Know, the vegan, all-ages, underground music venue steps into the breach.
Pride: The Prequel
Before the rainbow flag flew high, queer life unfolded in bars both wild and discreet. Then the city decided to shut it all down.
The Southeast Portland bar has replaced its meat patties with the plant-based Impossible Burger, citing environmental concerns.
Distilled from imported Syrian anise and Willamette Valley pinot grapes, Oregon Arak has a foot in both worlds.
River Pig's Ramzy Hattar is planning Zizou—an 8,000-square-foot music lounge in the recently vacated Oba space.
The barmen behind Portland's double-decker ode to the King know how to create a space that's always on your mind.
Drink Here Now
Our city's latest crop of watering holes is wild, bright, and a little spooky.
Benjamin Tepler, Fiona McCann, Eleanor Van Buren, and Ramona DeNies
Holiday Survival Mode
We've got insider's guides to three of Portland's most show-offable neighborhoods.
Hunting for your next bottle? Head underground to NE Alberta's Les Caves.