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Southern Restaurant Slated for NE Prescott's Tiga Space

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Photo of Tiga courtesy Kevin K. via Yelp

NE Prescott's eight-year-old bar Tiga will apparently close up shop by September, as a new restaurant has already announced intentions to take over its space: WWeek reports "Southern breakfast spot" Muscadine (presumably named for the grape) will debut in the space later this fall. The project, from chef Laura Rhoman (who's long been in the kitchen at Slappy Cakes but is also an alum of Higgins and Atlanta's lauded Canoe), promises to highlight regional Southern cuisine, from Acadia to Appalachia.

Per WWeek, Muscadine is aiming for an October opening. Tiga has not yet announced its closing plans; more information as it becomes available.
· Southern Breakfast & Lunch Spot Muscadine Planned [WW]
· All Previous Coming Attractions [Eater PDX]

Muscadine

1465 NE Prescott St., Portland, OR

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