So it’s supposedly “spring” out there, but I’m sensing soup season is still in fine form. Until we’re hitting 40s, 50s and 60 degree weather pretty regularly, you’ll find me slurping down these noodle soups. Part 2 of the Noodle Breakdown, commence! Mi Sen: In Part 1, there was a bit of a focus on […]
In Portland, things are always going on. Art shows, documentaries being shown, First Friday Art Walks, new restaurants opening, lines out the door…the list goes on and on. Sometimes, you need to slow down and just experience something. And a date night is a great excuse for that! Whether you’re with someone or not, who […]
Let’s be honest here: after a night out on the town, sometimes all you want is something to eat! And that something is probably cheesy, greasy and heaven in your intoxicated state. But how hard is it to remember these places, especially when you’re in that state? Here’s my tried and true list of go […]
We’re in the midst of a foodie revolution here in Portland. Everything is all about food; even the Farmer’s Market gets accolades for fresh produce and availability to everyone through tokens and letting people with food stamps get the things that they really need. So how does tapas fit into this beautiful and energetic city?
Hole in the wall: a place of solitary confinement; dungeon. (noun) This is the loose definition of a “hole in the wall”. Not exactly accurate, but it certainly captures the negative connotation behind the words “a hole in the wall restaurant”. Now, many people have said and will continue to say that there is no […]
If you love Portland, then you know that Harding Lee Smith’s The Rooms are an integral part of the food scene here. It’s undoubtedly impressive that they are all so incredibly successful, yet they are all completely different. With only an open kitchen concept and names to link them, each Room is completely unique.