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Delphina's Bakery Closes 30-Year-Old Cafe; Bartini Remodels

Wine country celebration, Counter Culture, attracts big-name Portland restaurants

Delphina's Bakery Cafe
Delphina's Bakery Cafe
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CARLTON—€”Oregon's International Pinot Noir Celebration is one of the largest pinot noir parties in the world, and each year, the Salmon Bake sells out almost instantly, as it did this year. But as a pre-party to kick off IPNC, Anne Amie Vineyards holds the Counter Culture food and wine event, and 2016 promises heavy-hitting talent, with participating restaurants including Pok Pok, Bamboo Sushi, Coquine, The Country Cat, Pizza Jerk, Smallwares, and many more. Counter Culture goes down at Anne Amie Vineyards July 28, and you can get tickets here. [EPDX]

NORTHEASTDelphina's Bakery has delivered the freshly baked goodness for more than three solid decades, but sadly for customers, that's all over: Delphina's Bakery has closed its cafe, located at 4636 NE 42nd Ave. There is good news for wholesale clients: The wholesale side of the business remains in operation. The bakery was founded by  Al Edelman, Stan Nowack, and Michael Cronin, and Greg Mistell (Pearl BakeryFleur de Lis) joined the team in 1984. Greg and his wife Carolyn sold to Essential Baking Company in 2012. [WWeek]

NORTHWESTBartini—the trendy Northwest bar known for its huge happy hour menu of $4 martinis—has remodeled. So along with its regular white-boothed swankiness, you'll find about twice the indoor seating, thanks to a room-length banquette, plus other smaller revamps, like new tables, overhead lighting, and decorations, including a wall of mirrors for perfecting your bad self. [EPDX]

Bartini

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