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The recently opened Voicebox Karaoke Lounge brings the Tokyo trend of private “box” karaoke—no audience, no KJ, just you, your pals, and your best rendition of “Hungry Eyes.”
At Evoe, a new eatery next door to Pastaworks on SE Hawthorne Boulevard, diners can discover the true art of snacking.
A high-octane combination of age and alcohol makes barley wine an effective antidote to winter.
The only thing local chefs love more than leaving their mark on our food scene is leaving a mark on themselves.
When a simple salad of arugula collides with “high-tech American” cuisine, what’s a modern American diner to do?
For food-weary Portlanders, this downtown culinary refuge offers good company, warmth and sustenance.
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Is the staff at the Pearl's newest restaurant confident in what they have to offer, or are they covering up for a perceived lack?
After relocating to the northern end of the ever-expanding N Mississippi Ave in December, the new Lovely Hula Hands still offers similar atmospheric enchantment.
Chef Dustin Clark has assumed control of the burners at Wildwood.
A few Willamette Valley winemakers are beginning to make a name for themselves with syrah.
Saraveza Bottle Shop & Pasty Tavern
On an up-and-coming North Portland strip, Lincoln soothes with humble dishes, simple flavors, and steady service.
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This neighborhood eatery may resemble an open and airy French bistro, but its menu suggests it’s more of a continental hybrid.