Sip + Eat articles

On a Roll

On a Roll

A popular chainlet of Portland Vietnamese restaurants continues its rapid expansion with a cozy new outpost at 10th and Couch. The team behind Bambuza (100 NW 10th Ave, 503-477-6641, bambuza.com), which opened its new Pearl location in June 2017, takes no shortcuts when it comes to ensuring an authentic Vietnamese dining experience. “Last year, we

Von Ebert Brewing

Tap Recital

Three lauded breweries—Von Ebert (formerly Fat Head’s), Rogue, and BridgePort—have recently upped their games. “We only shut down for eight days,” says Tom Cook, referring to the time span between the closing of Fat Head’s Brewing and the opening of its already much-acclaimed successor, Von Ebert Brewing (131 NW 13th Ave, 503-820-7721, vonebertbrewing.com). “They were

Summer Ales in the Pearl

Summer Ales in the Pearl

Salud! to the Pearl District’s Summer Ales Abacaxi – Back Pedal Brewing Award-winning Abacaxi derives its name, which means “pineapple” in Portuguese, from the tangy tropical fruit that infuses this refreshing hefeweizen. Learn more Cold Brew IPA – Rogue Ales Head to this handsomely remodeled Pearl brewpub to sip this punchy java-juiced IPA brewed in collaboration with

Family Style

A new neighborhood trattoria offers refined Tuscan dining among friends. Although it’s quickly earned a loyal following for its fabulous food and genial service, Nicoletta + Beppe’s (1230 NW Hoyt St, 503-208-2992, nicolettabeppes.com) is still a relatively new face to some, having opened just last July. However, this elegant yet relaxed trattoria in a narrow,

Irving Street Kitchen Outdoor Dining

Outdoor Apps

Four inviting neighborhood eateries with alfresco seating  and superb small plates Late summer afternoons, when the sun is still high above, are perfect for kicking back with a cool cocktail and nibbling on appetizers on a breezy patio. You might take advantage of the tempting happy-hour deals offered at many Pearl District eateries, but sometimes

25 Reasons to Love Summer

Emerald parks, dapper dining, and shops bursting with warm-weather fashion and gear—our favorite ways to celebrate the season By Andrew Collins, Fernando Nocedal, and Ellee Thalheimer with illustrations by Angela Southern. Click here to see the full layout of this feature in our digital flipbook. 1. Salud! to Summer Ale – Local Brewery Summer Offerings

Smooth Sippin’

’Tis the season for that boldly refreshing yet milder and less-acidic coffee libation, the cold brew. We’re fond of the silky version from Sisters Coffee, best enjoyed with a splash of cream and perhaps a snack from their new toast menu—try a slab of seeded whole wheat topped with almond butter and sliced bananas! Other

Rosé for Days

Fresh strawberry and rhubarb notes brighten Cerulean Winery’s delicious tempranillo rosé. Thelonious Wines also stocks an oft-changing international roster of carefully selected rosés, from Provence to Mendoza. Number 5 in our feature 25 Reasons to Love Summer Emerald parks, dapper dining, and shops bursting with warm-weather fashion and gear—our favorite ways to celebrate the season Written

A Tale of Two Taverns

Sophisticated food and drink intersect with a convivial neighborhood vibe at Tanner Creek Tavern and Pearl Tavern. TANNER CREEK TAVERN Venerable Portland restaurateur David Machado has once again struck gold with a restaurant and bar that’s fun for a casual gastropub experience or a grand culinary feast. It’s an impressive feat, launching a hotel restaurant that’s

Local Flavors

Spring is here! Tuck into these bounteous fresh salads and savory seasonal soups. We know Spring weather in Portland can be, shall we say, fickle. If it’s a sunny May afternoon with the scent of flowers and fresh-cut grass in the air, you might find yourself craving a fresh salad of local greens, beets, herbs,

A Tale of Two Taverns – Pearl Tavern

Sophisticated food and drink intersect with a convivial neighborhood vibe at Tanner Creek Tavern and Pearl Tavern. PEARL TAVERN After a slightly bumpy beginning, this lively neighborhood space has found its footing—and a loyal following. It seemed like a recipe for a hands-down success: combine a highly visible corner location in a burgeoning business and

Portland Dining Month

Eat Your Heart Out

2018 Portland Dining Month Returns in March Throughout Portland Dining Month, which runs from March 1 through March 31, you can enjoy three-course meals for just $33 at more than 125 of the city’s buzziest restaurants, including such Pearl favorites as the outstanding Peruvian restaurant Andina, and the stylish mod-American eateries Bluehour (one of their artful dishes

Out To Lunch

Thousands of folks enjoy their midday meals in the Pearl District’s cheery cafés and sophisticated bistros. Here’s a look at eight of the greats. World Foods The aisles of this veritable United Nations of culinaria overflow with tempting edibles. What you might not know about this family-owned market with a decidedly Mediterranean bent is that

A Moveable Feast

A new local service takes the time and labor out of preparing healthy home meals. It would come as no surprise to anyone who knew Frank Manning during his formative years in Wisconsin that he’s now running a food company. After all, this is a guy who, at the tender age of 12, bought a

Top