File this one under Danger + Romance. As it has in years past for the Best/Worst Day Ever, Bluehour once again hauled out a crowd favorite for those diners who want a little dizziness with their romance. A rose-festooned white-washed swing for two, once again, descended from Bluehour's ever-so-high ceilings for Valentine's Day. Not only did it give lovers a chance to push their dates to new heights before and (hopefully not) after dinner, but it also gave a few well-positioned diners the chance for an amazing view of skirt-wearing, panty-free patrons who decided to throw caution to the wind for the night. Now that's amore.
Bluehour Busts Out Valentine's Day Prop, Diners Swing
by Byron Beck
Holy Trinity Barbecue prepares to close later this month, Cafe Reina says goodbye to the King neighborhood, and more Portland spots that aren’t reopening after the coronavirus pandemic ends