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Little T's After Hours Pop-Up; Rosé Celebration at Andina

DIVISION/CLINTON— Yet another pop-up supperclub, everybody: Xico pastry chef Mindy Keith, partner Richard Batley, and Little T Baker's Dillon DeBauche have announced the launch of their After Hours Supper Club, offering a six-course "communal dining" experience that'll kick off in Little T's SE Division bakery on Thursday, July 24. An early menu suggests possible courses like Dungeness crab with corn brodo and popcorn puree; braised goat leg with lentil na'an; and an olive oil and honey fry bread, topped with eggplant and mozzarella. Reservations are $90, including wine pairings by Illahe Vineyards, Guild Winemakers, and Scenic Valley Vineyards. More information and tickets available here. [EaterWire]

PEARL DISTRICTAndina's eighth-annual rosé celebration is set for July 14 and 15: During each family-style dinner (one seating per event), sommelier Caryn Benke will offer 25 rosés, paired with a selection of tapas (from rosemary-smoked octopus to chancaca-marinated pork belly to salt-baked sea bass with escabeche). Reservations are $65 and available by calling the restaurant at 503-228-9535. [EaterWire]

CENTRAL EASTSIDE INDUSTRIAL— Rum Club proprietor Mike Shea will take over the bar at Cascadian-Scandinavian spot Fenrir tomorrow night (Wednesday, July 9), offering a menu of classic rum cocktails. According to co-owner John Dudek, the event will also see the rotation of new items on the menu, including pork noodles with summer vegetables and rhubarb jus, and a raw lamb salad with watermelon radishes and mustard caviar. More information here. [EaterWire]

Photo of Little T American Baker courtesy max d. via Foursquare

Fenrir

2005 SE 11th, Portland, OR 97214

Little T American Baker

2600 Southeast Division Street, , OR 97202 (503) 238-3458 Visit Website

Xico

3715 Southeast Division Street, , OR 97202 (503) 548-6343 Visit Website

Andina

1314 Northwest Glisan Street, , OR 97209 (503) 228-9535 Visit Website

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