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  1. The History of Chinese Food in Portland, America's Second-Oldest ChinatownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Eater

    Portland sometimes gets a bad rap for not having great Chinese food. But as with everything, you just need to know where to look.

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  2. Wildwood Won't Become A Pharmacy | Chefs Week PDX Takes Over Whole Foods Hot BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Eater

    It turns out you probably won't be able to buy Tums and toothpaste in the former Wildwood space on NW 21st Avenue. A Rite Aid spokesperson tells the O the company has decided to not go through with the lease.

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  3. Son of a Biscuit to Become a Garden Bar | Clyde Common Owners Launch New Bar ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Eater

    Garden Bar , the rapidly expanding build-your-own salad restaurant that just opened a new downtown location in January, will take over the former Son of a Biscuit space at SE Division & 20th. Owners Ana Chaud and Christopher Handford tell Eater they're hoping to be up and running by early March, if not sooner.

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  4. The Best Portland Pop-Ups to Try NOWRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Eater

    For those who want to taste the hottest dishes before anyone else, tracking local pop-ups is what it's all about-but it's epically tricky. Many pop-ups change schedules and locations regularly, and what is a Portland pop-up one day might be a new Washington D.C. pop-up the next .

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  5. Super Bowl Food PSA: Portland Restaurants With Killer Delivery OptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Eater

    Until recently, Portland noticeably lacked delivery options aside from pizza when it came time for the Super Bowl. Fast forward to today, and the list of delivery options is pretty impressive, thanks in great part to all of the restaurants that have hired independent contractors, such as Caviar and Postmates, to do their delivery for them.

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  6. Where to Watch Super Bowl 50 in PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | Eater

    Sad but true- You won't be able to catch the big game at the ambitious new Century sports bar, which had hoped to open for Super Bowl Sunday, as it's still under construction. But there are plenty of spots in town that will cater to you and your large group of rowdy friends on February 7. If you want to stick with your favorite football-loving bar, by all means, do so.

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  7. World's 'Only Airport Distillery Tasting Room' Confirms PDX DetailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Eater

    Right now, House Spirits Distillery is a game changer. In November, it opened the largest distillery in the Pacific Northwest at 65 SE Washington St., and now it's poised to open the world's only airport tasting room operated by a distillery.

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  8. Are You Prepared for the Chick-fil-A Revolution?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Eater

    No, seriously, are you? The fast-food chicken restaurant announces Hillsboro opening date, with around a dozen more Portland-area locations planned, and it has a history of getting caught in ideological controversies. The Christian-minded fast food chain serves fried chicken sandwiches with cheese; fried chicken with egg on breakfast biscuits; and simple fried chicken strips and nuggets for dipping.

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  9. Cafe Owner Up for Mayor of PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Eater

    The owner of Arleta Library Bakery & Cafe and assistant program director at First Stop Portland, Sarah Iannarone will likely confirm her run for Portland mayor later this month, WWeek reports . Iannarone and her husband Nick own and run Arleta Library Bakery & Cafe, located in the Mt Scott neighborhood at SE 72nd Avenue and Harold, and the cafe is known for having one of the city's best takes on biscuits and gravy, made all the more famous by the Food Network's .

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  10. Pastini Pastaria to Boil Its Last Noodle on NW 23rdRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Eater

    Today, the Portland Food and Drink blog announced that Pastini Pastaria will close its Nob Hill location at 1506 NW 23rd Ave., a block from St. Jack. The local Pastini mini-franchise still has five Portland-area locations, as well as locations in Corvallis and Bend, and it has been filling Portland's need for cheap pasta since 2001.

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  11. What?! Are the Japanese Ramen Gods Coming to Portland?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | Eater

    Credited with bringing "fish into the ramen fold" by Lucky Peach magazine and for reliably long lines even after more than a decade in operation, Japanese ramen franchise Afuri has filed for a Portland liquor license at 921 SE 7th Ave. , WWeek reports . This is just more proof Japan and Portland's love affair grows more sultry , and according to the liquor license, the forthcoming restaurant intends to operate seven days a week and stay open until 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

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  12. The Ultimate Guide to 2016 Winter Restaurant Openings in PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | Eater

    Winter 2016 brings some of the most anticipated restaurant openings of the entire year, from the reopening of 113-year-old Besaw's , to one of the most anticipated openings in the nation, Pine Street Market . Y The Situation: From the team behind the creative Spanish tapas and paellas restaurant Ataula come two new concepts: 180 will be a small churros and drinking chocolate bar, and located adjacent, Chesa will focus on paellas cooked in a charcoal oven and never-before-seen small plates.

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  13. Streamlined Sandwich Shack ChkChk Announces Grand Opening on NW 23rdRead the original story

    Jan 8, 2016 | Eater

    The latest restaurant to offer a quality-minded take on fast food is poised to open on NW 23rd. ChkChk is the fourth restaurant from up-and-coming restaurateurs Aaron and Jessica Grimmer , and they tell Eater ChkChk has set its grand opening for February 5. Menu details are still shaping up, but the restaurant will focus on two sandwiches: a fried chicken sandwich and a fried chickpea sandwich, both of which will come in a variety of theoretically lip-smacking sauces .

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  14. Watch Hungry Heart Bakery Win $10,000 on the Cooking Channel's Sugar ShowdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2016 | Eater

    The Hungry Heart Bakery , specializing in cupcakes and located just around the corner from The Country Cat at 414 SE 80th Ave., just rocked the Cooking Channel 's Sugar Showdown , winning $10,000. Owner Jax Button opened the bakery in February 2015 after operating a successful food cart, and on Sugar Showdown, she said she'll use the money to purchase new equipment, including a refrigerator and delivery truck.

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  15. Tracking the Restaurants that Opened in December 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2015 | Eater

    Kristofor Lofgren 's Bamboo Sushi opened its fourth Portland location in mid-December at 404 SW Stark St. in downtown Portland's West End. The 64-seat space comes with a trio of perks: it offers lunch; it delivers that lunch via Postmates ; and it takes some reservations, too.

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  16. The Early Word on High Noon, the New Downtown Fry Bread SpotRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2015 | Eater

    Located just up the street from Luc Lac at 822 SW 2nd Ave., High Noon opened up in September with a menu of fry bread tacos, arepas, and other Southwestern fare. Now, word is trickling in from amateur reviewers and food critics on when and what to eat at High Noon, and we've put it together in a little something we like to call, The Good News -"High Noon is a Southwestern oasis in the desert of [...] Southwest Portland," says the Merc's Andrea Damewood .

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  17. New Bamboo Sushi West End Interior RevealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2015 | Eater

    After months of construction , Bamboo Sushi 's fourth location is poised to open today, December 17, in the West End. It will be the first Bamboo to serve lunch and a menu of both sustainable sushi and izakaya dishes, and it will also be Bamboo's last Portland location, according to owner Kristofor Lofgren , who says Bamboo Sushi intends to expand outside of the city.

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  18. The Georgian Cheese Bread Trend Leaves Portland with Kargi GogoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2015 | Eater

    When it opened nearly three years ago, the Kargi Gogo food cart brought foods from the country of Georgia to Portland, and just two months ago, it brought the Georgian cheese bread trend . Portland responded appropriately with open mouths and wallets, but despite their successes, owners Sean Fredericks and McKinze Cook are moving on , stating on Facebook, "When we opened in 2013, our intention was never to operate a food cart forever."

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  19. In-N-Out Expansion Plans 'Do Not Include Portland' | Gastro Mania Going Brick-and-MortarRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | Eater

    In-N-Out tells Eater "our expansion plans unfortunately do not include Portland, Oregon at this time." This comes on the heels of the company's acquisition of a property in Grants Pass .

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  20. The Oregonian Reviews Portland's Best Taiwanese FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | Eater

    The Oregonian's Samantha Bakall and Michael Russell are amped to find four Taiwanese restaurants in the Portland area . They say Sellwood's Wei Wei is the best.

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