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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.
… including a mash-up of natural wine and hip-hop, outdoor movies at Pix Patisserie, and a sushi class at Providore Market.
Eat Beat Team
Camping Guide: Bring the Heat
From forest fondue to an off-the-grid old-fashioned, these recipes bring culinary swagger to the backcountry.
Camping Guide: Free Wheelin'
Here's your deluxe, all-PNW guide.
Eat Here Now
Don't skip this SE 82nd Avenue strip-mall spot.
Word of Mouth
Rollicking Southern food to $225 negronis, here's what to devour on a trip up north. Plus: tips from an Emerald City culinary insider.
Karen Brooks and Allecia Vermillion
The downtown spot is good. But where's the spark?
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.
Oregon exports nearly $4 billion worth of goods to China. What could the trade tiff mean for our state?
Best Restaurants 2018
Global Comfort Food
This is the quirky California-born Mexican-Asian dessert cafe chain even a Portlander can love.
Weirdly enough, they’re all from Sudra-adjacent chefs.
Field to Table
Like sipping pinot in a vineyard as a multicourse meal unfolds around you? One of these three dozen farm dinners will probably fit your palate.
Though to call this new Eastern Oregon gem "charming" is like calling Timberline Lodge "nice."
Eat This Now
From her Aloha cart, La Vang-Herr aims to make Hmong sausages (and culture) as recognizable as Vietnamese banh mi.
Squishy goubuli baozi and perfect wonton soup are in the house.
Smoked maple leaf-wrapped chèvre to chicory-infused cold brew, this national traveling craft food show didn’t disappoint.
… but there were well-deserved wins for Seattle’s Edouardo Jordan and for diversity of all sorts.
Mama Sans Drama
Mother’s Day is fast approaching. Don’t just take her to brunch again.
Sarah Hutchins and Kelly Clarke
With ceremonies, a slew of vendors, and classes on proper tea preparation, 2018 will be a full-on bonanza.