NORTHEAST—Brought to you by Jaret Foster and Mona Johnson, the team behind Foster's Craft Cooking and the Oyster Social pop-up, Tournant (pronounced toor-nahn) is a new culinary event space that will host guest chef pop-up dinners, private events, and more. It's located in the former Din Din space in Northeast Portland's Bison Building and can seat 45 people and offer standing room for 65.
Foster and Johnson will also host their own dinners in Tournant, as well as Oyster Social pop-ups, and their catering company will also be based there. No events have been announced yet; however, Tournant confirms that the pop-ups currently operating out of the space will continue to do so (Thali Supper Club, Basque Supper Club, Meadowlark). Interested in renting the space, throwing a pop-up, or learning more? Contact them using the website. [EaterWire]
KENTON—Prince Coffee confirms it will hold its grand opening tomorrow, April 9, with free, homemade stroopwafels—those Dutch waffle and caramel syrup sandwiches—for the first 200 customers. Things kick off at 7 a.m. at 2030 N Willis Blvd. The coffee shop doesn't have a website, but it has this Instagram page, and you can see Prince Coffee's coffee and "treats" menu below: