Editor’s Note

A Yeon Centennial

After a century of conservationist work, collection of art and architecture, John Yeon finally gets the recognition he has long deserved.

03/09/2011 By Randy Gragg

Sweet Stuff

The Quest for the Quintessential Doughnut

Forget frou-frou—we scoured the city in search of the simple circles, logs, and mounds of sugar-injected pastry that make us feel like a kid again.

03/09/2011 By Anna Sachse

Interview

5 questions for: many wonders woman, JENN LOUIS

The cook, caterer & new tavern creator makes us feel hungry, thirsty, and unintentionally guilty about how little we do.

03/07/2011 By Anna Sachse

Cheap Eats

The Best Mex this Side of the ’Burbs

La Bonita opens a second outpost, bringing burly, budget-friendly burritos and more to North Portland.

03/02/2011 By Anna Sachse

Best o' the Best

P Town’s Top Three Cheese Plates

It was a fattening job, but someone had to do it—we ferreted out three of the city’s most swoon-worthy cheese plates for your sampling pleasure. ...

02/23/2011 By Anna Sachse

Happy Hour

Happy Hour of the Week: Gilt Club

The HH menu at this relaxed-glam Old Town cocktail den needs a little shaking, or maybe just a stir.

02/21/2011 By Anna Sachse

Interview

5 questions for: master pasta maker, ADAM BERGER

The proprietor of Northeast’s Tabla Bistro talks positivity, pasta, and tasty places other peeps are eating.

02/16/2011 By Anna Sachse

Savor

A Portland Entrée

Chef Thomas Boyce serves up a simple seafood pasta dish to add to your recipe repertoire.

02/14/2011 By Rachel Ritchie

Food News

Announcing Clyde Common’s New Themed Dinner Series

The hip downtown eatery begins a monthly Sunday dinner series by indulging in the decade of greed.

02/10/2011 By Anna Sachse

Happy Hour

Happy Hour of the Week: 23Hoyt

New-ish chef Amber Webster is contributing winners to the truly cheap happy hour at Northwest Portland’s trendy dinner den.

02/09/2011 By Anna Sachse

Holiday Eats Cheat Sheet

Procrastinator’s Special: Valentine’s Day

EAT BEAT’s guide for slackers who have failed to make their V Day dinner reservations.

02/07/2011 By Anna Sachse

Good Deed Eats

Big-Hearted Bites

Three local events that pair filling up with philanthropy.

02/04/2011 By Anna Sachse

Interview

5 questions for: NE Portland pioneer, Sarah Pliner

As NE Alberta’s Aviary takes flight, one of the three chefs talks cuisine and collaboration.

02/02/2011 By Anna Sachse

HISTORY

Portland's Ecotraditions

Portlander's deep connection to their surroundings has been around since... well, forever.

02/02/2011 By Randy Gragg and Melissa Dalton

Cheap Eats

Getting Dressed at Café Hibiscus

It’s a taste of Switzerland with Aloha flair at this hole-in-the-wall NE Alberta eatery.

01/31/2011 By Anna Sachse

Interview

5 questions for: crackerjack chocolatier, AUBREY LINDLEY

The co-owner of downtown’s Cacao Drink Chocolate shops chats about trends and sweet treats.

01/28/2011 By Anna Sachse

Holiday Eats Cheat Sheet

7+ Valentine’s Day Dining Options

Our tips for a handful of cool places to eat on the night when love is given a monetary value.

01/26/2011 By Anna Sachse

Cheap Eats

Choose Your Own Cheap at Panera Cares

Everyone can afford to eat at this novel new café in the Hollywood district.

01/24/2011 By Anna Sachse

Happy Hour

Happy Hour of the Week: Little Bird

The peeps behind Le Pigeon are now feeding eager beavers with their downtown bistro’s new Early Hour menu.

01/21/2011 By Anna Sachse

Portland Monthly Presents

Private Schools Guide 2011

Finding the right hallowed hall for your child isn’t an easy process. But we can help you get started with stats on more than 100 area private schools, and profiles of 12 that are excelling in everything from science to community service.

01/19/2011 Edited by Kasey Cordell