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Stanich's New Hours; Stray Dogs Pop-Up Announces Brick-and-Mortar Location

OpenTable declares 13 Portland restaurants "fit for foodies," and Olympia Oysters announces next pop-up, too.

Stanich's Restaurant
Stanich's Restaurant
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STANICH'S -- The historic burger spot, which may or may not have invented the bacon burger during its 65+ years in operation, will roll out new hours this weekend. Owner Steve Stanich says that, from now on, Stanich's will be open Sundays and closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

STRAY DOGS -- One of Eater Portland's most anticipated 2015 fall openings, the forthcoming brick and mortar from Stray Dogs will be located in the Ocean complex at NE 24th Ave between Glisan and Sandy. The news won't surprise anyone who's attended a recent pop-up dinner: Stray Dogs is already serving pop-up dinners in the space. The news was announced today by Portland Monthly.

OPENTABLE -- OpenTable released its Top 100 Fit for Foodies list, a list of restaurants that serve the type of food that foodies like. Of the 100 restaurants, 13 are located in Portland, and the rest are spread across 21 states and the District of British Columbia. Yep, that means 29 states didn't have a single restaurant make the list, but Portland has 13. The Portland restaurants to make the list are Ava Gene's, Aviary, Bar Avignon, Beast, Castagna, DOC, Le Pigeon, Natural Selection, Noisette, Olympia Provisions Northwest, Park Kitchen, Roe, and Uptown Biliards Club. The list was compiled using 5 million OpenTable reviews.

OLYMPIA OYSTER BAR -- If you're like us and can't wait for Olympia Oyster Bar to open its restaurant, you can take the pressure off by attending its pop-up September 10 at Beer City Bottle Shop on N Mississippi. From the event page, the Suds and Bivalves pop-up will be a feast of Hama Hamas oysters with beer pairings for $45.

Stanich's

4915 NE Fremont St, Portland, OR 97213 (503) 281-2322 Visit Website

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