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Cracker Barrel Confirms First Portland-Area Location | Ground Kontrol Is Expanding

Ned Ludd launches Steak Mondays.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
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TUALATIN—Earlier this week, the Pamplin Media Group reported that Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, the massive, multi-state diner chain, might open its first West Coast location in Tualatin, and now WWeek confirms the news. So prepare for all-day breakfast and corn muffins with real butter: The permitting officially goes through sometime mid-March. [WWeek]

OLD TOWN/CHINATOWN—Located at 511 NW Couch St., Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade is taking over its neighboring space, formerly home to Backspace Cafe, adding 4,000 square feet and a state-of-the-art bar with twelve taps. The arcade has kept Portlanders' thumbs busy since 1999, with a huge selection of vintage pinball machines and games—not to mention adult beverages and classic fare like corn dogs and Frito pie. [PoMo]

NORTHEAST—Mondays at Ned Ludd continue to be a special night, with its new Steak Mondays dinner series. Every Monday, the wood-fire-fueled restaurant will serve three-course steak dinners for $55 for one person, or $85 for two. Currently, the steaks come from Oregon's Laney Family Farms, and dinners include one glass of red wine. Here's the current menu:

[EaterPDX]

Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade

511 NW Couch St, Portland, OR 97209 (503) 796-9364 Visit Website

Ned Ludd

3925 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, , OR 97212 (503) 288-6900 Visit Website

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