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Every Forthcoming Restaurant and Bar in Portland

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Wondering what restaurants and bars are opening in Portland? Use this continually-updated list of forthcoming restaurants, bars, and breweries. It's organized by anticipated opening date and neighborhood. Know of a restaurant announcement we missed? Let us know in the comments or through the tipline to get it on the list. And head here for the honed list of most anticipated restaurant openings for fall 2016.

Restaurants Expected to Open Fall 2016

VANCOUVER—After ten years working the pizza oven at Ken's Artisan Pizza, chef Alan Maniscalco is opening a pizzeria of his own, Rally Pizza, in Vancouver, at 8070 E. Mill Plain Blvd. [Oregonian]

VANCOUVER—Joining Rally Pizza in Vancouver will be the third location of Hopworks Urban Brewery, the family-friendly bicycle-themed brewery. It hopes to open by Halloween, at 17707 SE Mill Plain Blvd. [Mercury]

VANCOUVER—Also jumping the river to the same part of Vancouver is Smokehouse Provisions, the third Smokehouse from B.J. Smith (Smokehouse Tavern, Smokehouse 21). [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN—Headwaters is the hotly anticipated restaurant by Vitaly Paley taking over the former Heathman Restaurant in The Heathman Hotel. [PoMo]

DOWNTOWN—The beloved Portland chef and former executive chef of ImperialDoug "Douggie" Adams will open lunch and brunch spot, Bullard, inside the new Woodlark hotel, coming to SW 9th Avenue and Alder Street. [Oregonian]

DOWNTOWN—Veritable Quandary could be reborn at Q Restaurant, expected to open Downtown at SW 2nd and Taylor this fall. Q Restaurant will be managed by VQ general manager Erin Hokland and feature the cooking talents of VQ executive chef Annie Cuggino. [Oregonian]

DOWNTOWNKim Jong Smokehouse is in the works inside Pine Street Market food hall, and it's a collaboration concept from big-name chefs Earl Ninsom (Langbaan, PaaDee), B.J. Smith (Smokehouse 21), and Han Ly Hwang (Kim Jong Grillin'). [PoMo]

DOWNTOWNWater Avenue Coffee Roasters expects to open its second cafe location across the street from Pioneer Courthouse Square this October. [EaterWire]

SOUTH WATERFRONTKoi Fusion is on the move again, and this time, it's opening a 7,000-square-foot bar with four food carts inside. Called Cart Lab, the creative concept will throw open the doors at 1831 SW River Dr. [WWeek]

NORTHWEST—Soon, you won't have to head to NE Dekum Street to visit Breakside Brewing. It's opening a new brewery and pub beside New Seasons at NW 22nd and Raleigh. [New School Beer]

SOUTHEAST—After closing Sen Yai, Andy Ricker is expanding his Pok Pok empire with the addition of Pok Pok Wing, which should open soon at 3120 S.E. Milwaukie Ave., just off SE Powell. [Portland Business Journal]

SOUTHEASTFerment Brewery, led by former pFreim head brewer Dan Petersonwill pour its suds in a taproom inside the massive Yard building at the east end of the Burnside bridge. [New School Beer]

SOUTHEAST—The third location of Tilt, the factory cafeteria-styled burger spot, will also throw open the doors inside of The Yard building. [EaterWire]

SOUTHEASTTaking over the shuttered P.R.E.A.M. is Associated, and it'll feature the cooking talents of former P.R.E.A.M. chef Nicholas Ford. Expect a neighborhood-bar vibe, cocktails, and a menu of pizzas and tacos. [EaterWire]

SOUTHEASTDanwei Canting currently operates as a pop-up, serving the melting pot of regional Chinese cuisines found in Beijing, with Kyo Koo (Bluehour) leading the kitchen. It has signed a lease at 811 SE Stark and expects to open fall 2016. [EaterWire]

SOUTHEAST—Opening in the same building as BiwaBar Casa Vale will be a new bar fueled by a love of sherry and flame-cooked meat. It's spearheaded by Nate Tilden (Olympia Provisions, Clyde Common, Spirit of '77, Pepe Lo Moko, The Richmond Bar). [WWeek]

SOUTHEAST—The Stacked Sandwich shop will serve familiar sandwiches prepared by Gabriel Pascuzzi, the experienced chef with a fine-dining background behind the PN26 pop-up. PN26 will also hold pop-ops in the shop, and it plans to open at 1615 SE 3rd Ave. in time for the holidays. [EaterWire]

SE DIVISION—Froyo-sensation Eb & Bean will open in the former Koi Fusion location at 3040 SE Division St. It is tentatively planning to open the doors in October. [PoMo]

SE HAWTHORNE—The out-of-the-cereal-box brewery Scout Brewery is known for somehow making creative but balanced beers with everything from Cocoa Puffs to maple syrup. It started as a beer cart in Portland food cart pods, and now, it is opening the Scout Beer brick and mortar brewpub at 1516 SE 10th Ave., just off Hawthorne, this September. [EaterWire]

WOODSTOCK—The counter-service Hawaiian restaurant Ate-oh-Ate is coming to the corner of SE 52nd Avenue and Woodstock. Prepare for kalua pig sandwiches, teriyaki plates, and spam-heaven loco moco from the team behind Laurelhurst MarketReverend's BBQ, and Simpatica Dining Hall. [Oregonian]

SE FOSTER-POWELL—Portland's first S&M coffeeshop is opening at 5224 SE Foster. It'll be called The Moonfyre Cafe, have a dungeon, and serve Nossa Familia coffee. [WWeek]

NORTHEAST—The modernist supper club Nomad.PDX, currently residing in KitchenCruwill finally have a brick and mortar this fall. It's opening at at 575 NE 24th St., just steps from Han Oak. [PoMo]

NORTHEAST—To be located at 111 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in the new Slate building, Cosube is a forthcoming surf shop, cafe, and beer bar that'll offer surf board rentals, growler fills, and coffee to go beginning at 6 a.m. It's aiming to open in October or November 2016. [WWeek]

NORTHEAST—Taking over the former Kerns Kitchen at 2935 N.E. Glisan St., the Mexican rotisserie chicken hotspot Pollo Norte is opening its second location this fall. [Oregonian]

NE KILLINGSWORTH—The popular Indian food cart specializing in dosa wraps, Tiffin Asha, is planning to open a brick and mortar at at 1670 NE Killingworth St., across from Hat Yai and Podnah's Pit. [PoMo]

N KILLINGSWORTH—Another surf-shop-coffee-shop combo, Up North Surf Club plans to open at 1229 N Killingsworth St. this fall. [Oregonian]

ST. JOHNS—The Gabagool food cart, serving Italian street foods, has signed a lease at 7911 N Lombard Ave., near Mama San Soul Shack. It's aiming for an October opening. [EaterWire]

ST. JOHNS—Serving a variety of build-your-own meatball creations, from pastas to panini, 24th and Meatballs will join Royale Brewing's Garrison Tap Room and The Sudra at Two-Thirds, a growing complex of micro-restaurants, at 8773 N. Lombard St. Upon last check, it expects to open in September. [EaterWire]

PDX—Brioche-style-doughnut-sensation Blue Star Donuts is heading to the Portland International Airport, likely by November. [PoMo]

Restaurants Likely to Open Winter 2016/2017

WEST SIDE—One of Portland's best seafood restaurants, Roe is leaving SE Division and heading west. An exact location has not been released. [Oregonian]'

DOWNTOWNSt. Honore Bakery has announced it'll expand with a fourth location, this one inside the Morgan Building at 720 SW Washington St. Plan to start smelling the scents of freshly baked croissants December 2016. [PBJ]

DOWNTOWN—Judging by the signs on the windows, the La Jarochita food cart is opening a brick and mortar downtown on the corner of SW 4th and Pine. [EaterWire]

WEST ENDRick Gencarelli's Beer Belly beer bar is expected to open at 1205 SW Washington St., connected to sister-restaurants Lardo and Grassa, located on the same block. [Oregonian]

N WILLIAMSTaking over the old Lardo North is former Aviary co-founder and co-chef Jasper Shen. Located at 4090 N. Williams Ave., the XLB restaurant will be dedicated to serving Chinese plates like the ones Shen's mom used to make for him growing up. [Oregonian]

NE BROADWAY—There's a two-story karaoke bar coming from a dream team seemingly only Portland could amass: Capitol Bar is a new project involving the ChefStable restaurant group (Ox, St. Jack, Lardo) and members of Portland's Lightning Bar Collective (Century, Jackknife, Bye and Bye), and the venue is owned by David LaChapelle, famous for directing music videos for people like Elton John, and for his photos, which have appeared in Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair. It hopes to open by the end of 2016. [WWeek]

SOUTHEAST—Promising beer, music, barbecue, pizza, and a 100-seat deck, the Wayfinder brewery and pub hopes to open at 304 SE 2nd Ave this fall or winter. It comes from a talented team: Podnah's Pit owner Rodney MuirheadDouble Mountain Brewery co-founder Charlie Devereux, and Sizzle Pie and Relapse Records founder Matt Jacobson. [Oregonian]

Other Forthcoming Restaurants

DOWNTOWNTop Chef Masters winner and owner of San Francisco's CockscombChris Cosentino has announced he's opening a restaurant in Portland. No other details have been confirmed. [KATU]

THE PEARL DISTRICTHolstein's Shakes and Buns, specializing in shakes and burgers, started in Las Vegas and has a second location in Orange County. Portland will be home to its third location, when the restaurant takes over the long-empty P. F. Chang's space at 1139 NW Couch St. [EaterWire]

NORTHWEST—Local indie rock group, The Dandy Warhols, are looking to open a bar called Old Portland in a portion of their 10,000-square-foot mixed-use space. [WWeek]

PORTLAND—Former Le Pigeon chef de cuisine Andrew Mace scrapped his Maritime food cart after only a few days to temporarily move into Han Oak. Mace vows to open a Maritime brick and mortar, aiming for 2018. [Oregonian]

PORTLAND—The intimate, small-plates restaurant Fenrir closed August 2015. It is expected to reopen in a venue with more space at some point down the road. [Oregonian]

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