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Stumptown's Roastery Tours; Toast Launches Dinner

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CENTRAL EASTSIDE INDUSTRIALStumptown Coffee Roasters is now offering guided tours of its east side headquarters. Tours take place each Wednesday at 1p.m., and the $15 tour includes a half-pound bag of coffee "that is roasted before your very eyes." For more information, or to book a tour, email here. [EaterWire]

WOODSTOCK— Popular brunch restaurant Toast has finally launched its long-awaited dinner service. According to a press release, the SE neighborhood spot will now serve dinner three nights a week, Wednesday through Friday, offering dishes like gnocchi with roasted chicken; a lamb burger topped with Brussels sprouts and served with bulgur wheat salad; and sauteed manila clams (served with toast, of course). Brunch is still available seven days a week. [EaterWire]

NW/ALPHABET DISTRICT— The next installment of the Portland Food Adventures dinner series is set for this upcoming Monday, February 10 at the buzzy tapas spot Ataula. As per usual, the six-course dinner includes beverage pairings, face-time with chef Jose Chesa, and gift certificates to some of his favorite spots (including Besaw's and Irving Street Kitchen). A portion of proceeds at this event will be donated to Oregon Dog Rescue; tickets are $125 and available here. [EaterWire]


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Stumptown Coffee Roasters

1026 Southwest Harvey Milk Street, , OR 97205 (503) 224-9060 Visit Website