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Signs of Life at Portland Penny Diner; PaaDee Parties

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DOWNTOWN—And now, photographic proof of life at Vitaly Paley's downtown Portland Penny Diner, which is now aiming for a post-Thanksgiving opening date. The spinning sign, which measures six feet in diameter, went up at the corned or Stark and Broadway earlier this afternoon; the penny, apparently, continually rotates. [Eater Tracking]

KERNS—Thai spot PaaDee officially celebrates its first anniversary with a party this Monday, November 12. Owner Earl Ninsom promises food and drink specials from 5-10p.m., with 20 percent of all the evening's proceeds to benefit the Oregon Humane Society. More information here. [EaterWire]

EVERYWHERE—Worthy Friday linkage for beer nerds: Delightfully accented scientists claim they've bioengineered a "better beer foam" that can potentially stay frothy for hours. [NPR]


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Portland Penny Diner

410 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97204 503 228 7222

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