Classics Week 2015

Watch Greg Denton Make Ox's Bone-Spiked Clam Chowder

Welcome to The Hot Dish, a behind the scenes look at the making of the dishes of the moment. This week, in celebration of Classics Week we take a look at Ox Restaurant's bone marrow clam chowder, a...

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Check out Purrington's Cat Lounge, Which is Actually Quite Cool

Admit it: You thought it would be all kitsch and crazy cat ladies.

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Where to Eat on Super Bowl Sunday

Anywhere with a TV will have the Super Bowl on this Sunday. And it seems no bar — or restaurant with a bar — can open without a flat screen somewhere, so your chances of finding a seat to watch the...

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Portland's 25 Most Iconic Dishes

If restaurants have the ability to achieve something like cult status, it's often as a result of one iconic dish that's influenced the local culinary scene, usually the dish that ravenous...

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Seattle's Best Bets for Thai Food and Super Bowl Eats

Welcome to CascadiaWire, a weekly collection of restaurant news from up-and-down the Pacific Northwest corridor.

Classics Week 2015

Take a Look at the Epic Food Hall Portland Took For Granted

Amid the rapid-fire restaurant openings and steady stream of transplants, it's easy to loose the thread of Portland's culinary history. So as we continue our Classics Week celebration of the city's...

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Top Chefs at Whole Foods in the Pearl; Free Crepes; Dumpling Dreams Come True

Time for a tasty round up.

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Seattle's restaurant scene is reason enough to hop on a plane to the Emerald City, but this February there's another great reason to visit. The inaugural Seattle Museum Month lets downtown Seattle...

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180 Years of America's Classic Desserts: From Baked Alaska to Marionberry Pie

Classic desserts and where to find them.

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Starbucks Slings Blue-and-Green Seahawk Frappuccinos Because Sports

Nothing screams "team spirit" quite like a colored Frappuccino.

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Portland's 25 Oldest Restaurants Worth Checking Out

Classics Week 2015

The Birth of Besaw's, Where Slabtown and NW Trendy-Third Collide

Amid the rapid-fire restaurant openings and steady stream of transplants, it's easy to loose the thread of Portland's culinary history. So as we continue our Classics Week celebration of the city's...

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Top Chef Boston Episode 13: Cómo Se Dice "Elimination"?

To thoroughly enjoy the glory that is Top Chef Boston, please welcome Alison Leiby, who will be here every week to take us through the season.

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  1. 1 Portland's 25 Most Iconic Dishes
  2. 2 Portland's 25 Oldest Restaurants Worth Checking Out
  3. 3 The Essential 38 Portland Restaurants, January 2014
  4. 4 Where to Eat on Super Bowl Sunday
  5. 5 The Essential 38 Portland Restaurants, January '15
  6. 6 Check out Purrington's Cat Lounge, Which is Actually Quite Cool
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Coops Cookies' Late-Night Delivery Service is a Stroke of Genius

Fresh-baked cookies delivered to your door with milk (and lighters).

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14 Brunches with a Global Beat

Classics Week 2015

Horst Mager: Portland's First Celebrity Chef

An empire builder and TV personality, with a lasting legacy.

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Learn to Stir Like a Pro at Multnomah Whiskey Library's Cocktail Class

Plus, it's a guaranteed seat.

Classics Week 2015

Get to Know the Man Behind Portland's Oldest Restaurant

School is in, with the author of "Portland: A Food Biography."

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Portland's Most Anticipated Spring Restaurant Openings

At this point, Portland's restaurant scene is pretty much stuck in turbo mode. Not that we're complaining. It seems every week there's news of local talents launching new ventures — and...

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RingSide Steakhouse, Tuesday at 5 P.M.

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You Can Get a Seven Dollar Dinner at Lucca This Week

Wood-fired pizza for $7 and it's not from a cart.

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Nuvrei Bakery Opening New Location in Downtown's Big Pink Building

The second location is set for the lobby of the U.S. Bancorp Tower.

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Water Treatment Company Brews Up Plan to Make Beer from Sewage Water

This should make for some very interesting beer labels.

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How Chefs and Restaurateurs Are Reviving America's Classic Diner Spaces

Old-school diners get a modern interpretation.

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Portland Restaurants and Bars with Fireplaces, Mapped

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Kimberly Paley on Dancing, Cravings and 20 Years of Staying Power

Welcome to Lifers, a feature in which Eater interviews the men and women who have worked in the restaurant and bar industry for the better part of their lives, sharing their experience.

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Blue Star Donuts' Fourth Location Headed for NW 23rd

It's officially official. Blue Star Donuts will indeed be bringing its pastry chef-y, fried dough creations to Northwest 23rd Avenue. Proprietors Micah Camden and Katie Poppe signed the lease on a...

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Drink Up: 10 Bloody Marys Worth Waking Up For

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Davenport's Week of Pop-Up Dinners Features Biwa, Screen Door and More

The lineup goes from seafood bistro to Japanese izakaya.

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15 Places Where You Can Sip Beside an Outdoor Fire Pit

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Northeast's Shan Dong Spinning Off Chile-focused Kung Pow on NW 21st

Chef/owner Henry Liu is bringing on the spice.

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Brian Spangler of Apizza Scholls Joins Ned Ludd for a Pizza Social

Monday Feb. 2 will be an epic night for pizza.

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