clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Cocotte Halts Brunch; Sake Fest PDX; New Zupan's

NORTHEAST—Despite its ability to deliver a killer rabbit hash, NE Killingsworth bistro Cocotte has announced that it will stop Sunday brunch service, in favor of an all-night Sunday happy hour that aims to be industry- and neighborhood-focused. The spot's final Sunday brunch service is slated for this weekend (April 15). In a bit of good news, though, chef Kat Liebman and Zoe Hackett will offer special brunch events on holiday weekends, and will also extend their weekday happy hour schedule: Guests can get the happy hour bar menu starting at 4pm, beginning next Tuesday. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN—Attention Japanophiles and sake fans: The now-annual Sake Fest PDX is set to pour tomorrow (Thursday, April 12) at downtown's Governor Hotel, promising tastes of more than 80 different sakes and bites from 17 of Portland's sake-enthusiastic restaurants (ranging from Masu to Kale to Park Kitchen). The $49 general admission ticket, still available online, includes unlimited tastes, as well as free admission to the official after-party at Saucebox. More information here. [EaterWire]

LAKE OSWEGO—Zupan's Markets has announced the grand opening date of its newest location, in Lake O's Lake Grove neighborhood: The 20,000-square-foot market will swings doors open next Wednesday, April 18. [EaterWire]

Cocotte

1521 Hyde Street, , CA 94109 (415) 292-4415 Visit Website

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Portland newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world