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Tommy Habetz at Paley's; Cultured Caveman's New Cart

NW/ALPHABET DISTRICT—Bunk Sandwiches' Tommy Habetz closes out the recurring anniversary dinner series at Paley's Place tomorrow (Thursday) night. Though previous dinners featured collaborations with Paley alums like Gabe Rucker and Jason Barwikowski, Habetz's appearance celebrates the ongoing friendship between the two chefs, which will manifest in five courses like stuffed grilled quail and chicken-liver ravioli. Reservations are $125 (including wine pairings and gratuity) and available here. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN—And a downtown cart makes three. Last month, the Paleo-friendly food cart Cultured Caveman announced plans to open a location downtown — its third since debuting on NE Alberta in summer 2012. Food Carts Portland brings word that the cart is now open on SW Stark and 3rd, not at SW 10th and Alder as originally planned, and features a pared-down menu of build-your-own Paleo bowls. [Facebook]

E. BURNSIDE—Should the urge to create-your-own z'houg at home ever hit, Tasting Table delivers the recipe Scott Snyder uses at his French-Arabesque restaurant Levant. For the uninitiated, z'houg is a Yemeni condiment made of garlic, cilantro, parsley, and spices. [TT]

Levant

2448 E Burnside Street, Portland, OR 97214 503 954 2322

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