Beer Bulletin

I’d Tap That

Zwickelmania is for brew believers

02/10/2010 By John Chandler

goat

A Feast of Goat at Metrovino

Because goat will be the new pork

02/09/2010 By Eat Beat Team

Extracto

Second Extracto Location Opens

The locally adored cafe and roasting company unveils new digs

02/08/2010 By Eat Beat Team

Drinking Locally

Stumble Zone Northwest

Strolling on the avenue

02/05/2010 By John Chandler

Landon

Sommelier Erican Landon to Leave Ten 01

Landon heads to wine country. The Heathman’s Jeff Groh to replace

02/03/2010 By Eat Beat Team

Locavore

Ranch to Table

Buy your meat from local Portland farms, or butchers, or farmer's markets, using this resource guide to get started.

02/03/2010 By Hanna Neuschwander

Editor’s Note

Accidental Foodie

Editor in Chief Randy Gragg compares Portland's gourmet scene to other cities, particularly Boston. This spring, the International Association of Culinary Professionals will hold its annual conference in Portland.

02/02/2010 By Randy Gragg

The Sporting Life

Saints and Sazeracs

Super Bowl needs a super drink

02/02/2010 By John Chandler

Musical Interlude

Drinking Songs!

Got a favorite? Let’s hear it.

01/28/2010 By John Chandler

Accanto

Accanto to Add Happy Hour

Genoa 2.0’s Neighborhood Wine Bar Adds Cheap Daily Vittles and Swils

01/28/2010 By Eat Beat Team

ferran

El Bulli to Close

The World’s Best Restaurant to close for two years in 2011

01/26/2010 By Eat Beat Team

Drinking Locally

Barrel Roll

Whiskey at Urban Farmer

01/21/2010 By John Chandler

Drinking Locally

Sprint to Spints

New alehouse has the goods

01/20/2010 By John Chandler

INTRODUCING…

Red Onion Thai Cuisine

Even as Thai joints spread across the city like Starbucks, Red Onion stands out from the pack with an adventurous menu.

01/19/2010 By Kaitlyn Evans

INTRODUCING

Fats

The newest member of Micah Camden's culinary empire, Fats, gives Portland the taste of a British gastropub. And poutine.

01/19/2010 By Rachel Ritchie

Nebb-ulous

Cellar Notes: February 2010

The nebbiolos of the Piedmont region of Italy are some of the most food-friendly wines out there. Here are a few of our favorites.

01/19/2010 By Condé Cox

Pour

Hive Minded

The ancient drink of the vikings gets reinvented as a sharp, fiery elixir.

01/19/2010 By Hannah Feldman

SAVOR

A Rustic Crostata Makes the Perfect Home for Your Leftover Preserves

Take advantage of the multitude of mason jars filled with local fruit by making heritage deserts such as Julie Richardson's jam crostata.

01/19/2010 By Deena Prichep

Portland Plated

Bold World Cuisine

After a tour of duty through world-renowned kitchens in Spain and France, Matt Lightner brings those European flavors back to Portland as head chef of Castagna.

01/19/2010 By Mike Thelin